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RSI and Price Trends
Kevin Luo's The RSI & Price Trends was published in the June 2015 Stocks and Commodities article titled The RSI & Price Trends.

This is from the NT 7 Download site
 
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March 18th, 2019
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SuperTrend Strategy 5 *
Strategy based on SuperTrend indicator, you can play with the code to adjust it. There are time frames of when to trade in the code and other things that could be of use.  
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January 29th, 2017
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Trading News on your NT Chart 5 *
I'm not a developer, but I thought other Big Mike members who would be looking in this section would like to know about a cool NT7 indicator that places upcoming news from Forex Factory on a chart. This free indicator is offered by Day Trade To Win, who I have no allegiance to. So, free and useful.

DJTrader 2/2015
 
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February 18th, 2015
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Trend Follower 4 *
It uses a DM +/- and a MACD Crossover strategy. It works good on the ES_F 15min with 15 tick stop loss. Play around, have fun. Let me know what you think. It also gets you out of trades on exit positions if the conditions no longer warrent
 
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April 28th, 2013
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Keywords: dmi macd
Data export 5 *
This is another NT data exporter.
I hope it gives some value over other exporters.
It exports Bar data (time, open, close, high, low, volume) as others and adds values of two indicators of you're choice.
An output file will be created in NT root directory, by a name of an instrument.

p.s.
Thanks to : @Gomi and @NJAMC for the inspiration.
 
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March 1st, 2013
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Keywords: export
Print ETF SQN Dashboard
Version 1.0

For those of you who follow Dr. Van Tharp, you will know that he does a monthly market update with a spreadsheet of multiple ETF and the corresponding SQN values. I wanted to create something similar but with multiple SQN values so I can track shorter and longer term trends.

When you run this strategy, it will output an Excel Spreadsheet to the directory you specify in the parameters.

There are multiple requirements to run this strategy. This makes use of Microsoft's Interop functionality to generate an Excel spreadsheet. Therefore you MUST have Microsoft Interop installed and add a reference to the Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excell.dll in NinjaTrader. You can learn more about how to do this here. And a big thank you to DionysusToast for his contribution.

You will also need to add the list of ETFs used by this Strategy to NinjaTrader's Instrument List. You can import the instruments by downloading the 2 text files found in the following links, and importing them into NinjaTrader. Be sure to import that into the correct Exchange as stated in the text file title.


NYSE Instrument Import List

Nasdaq Instrument Import List

You can find out about importing Instruments via a text file here

Once the instruments are installed, import the NinjaTrader zip file. You can find a YouTube video on how to do that here.

To run the strategy, go to the Strategy Analyzer and make sure the Time Frame you choose has a minimum of 1 year of data. Select the directory you want the file printed to, and then run the strategy. Once done, go to the directory and you will have an Excel Spreadsheet file waiting for you.
 
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January 5th, 2013
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strategy for Volatility Breakout Pattern 4 *
Not my personal work but that I'd share:


Volatility Breakout Pattern


Description

The squeeze takes advantage of quiet periods in the market when the volatility has decreased significantly and the market is building up energy for its next major move higher or lower. Period of low volatility are identified as the times when the bands "move closer together". How do we know that the current narrowness is really narrow enough to qualify as low volatility? By adding Keltner Channels and momentum index oscillator as per mentioned in John Carter's book Mastering the Trade.

While Bollinger Bands expand and contract as the markets alter between periods of high and low volatility, the Keltner Channels stay in more of a steady range. The momentum index oscillator is used to estimate the direction.

How does this Setup work?

The quite period is identified whent he Bollinger Bands narrow in width to the point that they are actually trading inside of the Keltner Channels. This marks a period of reduced volatility and signals that the market is taking a significant breather, building up steam for its next move. The trade signal occurs when the Bollinger Bands then move back outside the Keltner Channels. Use 12 period momentum index oscillator to determine whether to go long or short. If the oscillator is above 0 when this happens, GO LONG; if it id below 0 then GO SHORT.

Usually the moves are explosive when the BB Width is lowest over past 6 months which comes to across 126 days and hence we need more than 126 price data bars. Also choose BBWidth < 0.05 for better results in the strategy for daily data.

Strategy includes trailing stop and stop loss as variables so you can easily backtest as well as use optimizer.
 
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October 27th, 2012
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AI Judgment Indicator 5 *
MACHINE LEARNING Indicator: this has been placed in the Strategies as it is intended to function with an AI system. Other AI users may find this indicator useful.

This Indicator was designed to use for Logistic Regression classification. This indicator is not optimized as it is only useful on Historic Data. The goal is to start at the newest historic point and work backwards to determine if a trade should have been made.

You can use this indicator real time and you can see it repaint. Not sure it is useful but brings a different perspective on the price action. It is based upon the "PriceActionSwing" indicator.

This indicator should export the following dataseries:
Classification: Current -1.0 = short, 0.0= Chop/sideways, 1.0 = Long
SwingPoint: 1 if at a high point, -1 at a low point, 0 otherwise; Mainly used to compute other values
BarsToSwing: Number of bars to the next swing point, indicates length of time for trend/chop
TicksProfitAtSwing: The number of Ticks of profit between the current point and the next Swing Point (potential profit), negative for short, positive for long ticks
 
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October 5th, 2012
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Keywords: indicator machine learning
Lagged Moving Average Crossover 3 *
Simple strat that waits a certain number of periods before using the moving average crossover signal.

Here is the thread where it is discussed.
www.bigmiketrading.com/ninjatrader-programming/14365-ninja-trader-strategy-wait-10-bars-before-entering-into-trade.html
 
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October 26th, 2011
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Keywords: average cross crossover moving over lagged
Alarm for LB bars
This strategy was created by redratsal. The alarm sounds when the bar prints.
Thank you red for the strategy and zac for the wicked LB bars.
Works on NT7.
 
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June 28th, 2011
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