Day Trading With StochRSI [Stochastic RSI Trading Strategy

The BTCUSD pair might make a bullish move in short-term as the gap between the moving average narrowed. However, the STOCHRSI(14) & Willian %R to indicate that the Bitcoin is in the overbought zone as we see a huge trading volume in the last few days.

The BTCUSD pair might make a bullish move in short-term as the gap between the moving average narrowed. However, the STOCHRSI(14) & Willian %R to indicate that the Bitcoin is in the overbought zone as we see a huge trading volume in the last few days. submitted by Berreka to priceanalysis [link] [comments]

Bull confirmed: Solid Bollinger bands trend and StochRSI hasn't left 60! plus fundamentals are strong too for an easy $15+ short term. [medium term "flippening" could hit ETH/USD fifty after Bitcoin's ETF outcome]

Bull confirmed: Solid Bollinger bands trend and StochRSI hasn't left 60! plus fundamentals are strong too for an easy $15+ short term. [medium term submitted by hmontalvo369 to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Bitcoin - New Trend Beginning?

Hello traders. Today I'm going to give you an update on bitcoin and where the price is heading next. I will be writing in a longer term perspective.
There are really great stuff coming for bitcoin that makes it fundamentally strong investment at these low levels. Following news and keeping eyes on these projects that are coming to bitcoin might give you an idea. I'm trying to keep this unbiased and also it is worth to keep in mind that this is not an financial advice. Do your own research and if you decide to invest or trade these decisions are totally up to you.
Overall sentiment and atmosphere is very bearish. Main reason for this is that a lot of people bought at the high prices, expecting high returns but each time it showed signs of a bullish reversal, downtrend resistance was hit and it dropped even lower. This is likely a good buying opportunity because when overall sentiment is pessimistic, markets are likely to recover soon after. This is known as "the herd effect" when majority of people follows a bit behind and have made some losses.
Anyways let's get to the technical part.
In the both charts (Linear & Log) - both downtrend lines got violated and it got pierced through. Linear managed to recover back above of the uptrend line and which also rejected strong support level found at $6.800.
[Image 1 LOG-chart]
[Image 2 LINEAR-chart]
The linear chart (Longer term) is showing us signs of recovery on the daily timeframe.
StochRSI has taken oversold position, pointing upwards and has a plenty of space to move upwards. RSI agrees with StochRSI when it took oversold position, bounced and now is pointing upwards Hammer pattern which can be found at $6.800 level. The price is heading towards the first resistance zone which has acted previously as a support area. This area should not be neglected as the price might have a minor pullback from this level. More details on this down below.
[Image 3 The Daily Chart]
Confirmations are very important when it comes to trends. The daily candle needs to close above of $8000 resistance level to give a bullish confirmation and that the price is wanting to move further upwards or needs to break above of it with force to indicate that buyers are back in the game.
To see full bull mode on, the price needs to breach above of the second resistance level which can be found in between of $9.000 level and $9.500 level. This is why it's crucial to follow the price movement near to the first resistance zone and see which direction it will take from there. It's worth noticing that after huge downtrend, recovery should not be expected to happen quickly. Recovery from a bear trend takes time and will gradually turn in to a bull trend.
[Image 4 The 4h Chart]
The 4h chart (medium term) is showing signs of exhaustion and minor pullback should be expected soon.
StochRSI + RSI takes overbought position Hovering close to resistance zone ( formed by $7.500 level and $8.000 level) where it's likely to have minor pullback before moving back up again. No bearish divergence other than on the 1h chart (not reliable / confirmed yet) Conclusion: The daily and fundamental aspects of bitcoin are showing that with these prices it's likely a good opportunity to open longer term trades. If it does manage to break above of the first resistance zone, then there are two ways to enter this breakout:
The breakout The retest of the breakout For the short term traders minor pullback should be expected and for the longer term, it's starting look good.
DISCLAIMER: Please be aware this is not financial advice. You are responsible for your trading and investing decisions. It is highly recommended to do your own research before investing anything.
https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@yarbitcoin-signs-of-the-recovery-in-process-new-trend-beginning-technical-analysis-4-3
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[Daily Discussion] Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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4h NEO TA: Indicators and support lines are obvious for upward breakout; good news keeps coming

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[Daily Discussion] Sunday, December 29, 2013

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Bitcoin - Trading Made Easy

Trading doesn't need to be so difficult. It's plausible to trade with very simple way. Here's an example:
On the daily chart every time RSI takes oversold position together with StochRSI it's about to have a reversal. In to advanced version other indicators may be applied such as volume, Moving Averages and etc. Just to get enough of confirmations that it's going to happen.
Bitcoin just took oversold position on the both indicators and let's see how it's going to play out. 😉
https://twitter.com/YarrPiratez/status/980805089001656321
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[Daily Discussion] Thursday, May 08, 2014

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If you were to write a BTC/LTC trading bot, what features, strategies, and architecture would you use?

TLDR: I want to write or find a good low-risk trading bot, and if I make it myself, I need some advice.
Background: I've been a hacker and programmer for 17 years, coming from a DIY and experimental background rather than an academic one. I'm more of a jack-of-all-trades than an expert at any one thing.
I have picked up C, Obj-C, C#, some PHP, a little JavaScript, a little Perl, and a little C++ over the course of my career, and I feel like I must know enough to write a bot from a technical standpoint, but I certainly am not a Trader and have next to no idea what I am doing in the market.
Part of my reason for wanting to run a bot is that over the past few weeks I have learned that no matter how much good trading advice I read, I am a total noob. I am subject to panic sells and buys even if I know it goes against my proper strategy or the position I've entered. I am also at the level where my TA is just barely better than reading tea leaves. Luckily, I have only been trading with a few of my bitcoins and have been holding the rest, so I haven't done much damage to myself yet.
I am curious about the process of writing and using trading bots, but so far the help I have been able to find googling is very vague or hard for me to grasp as a noob. But, as a software engineer, I am interested in the general concept and would like to try it myself. Can anyone with previous bot experience help with a little guidance on these topics? Thanks.
I know it's a bad idea to put your API key and secret in a file. Is it safe to have them submitted in a form as long as it's over HTTPS, say if I had a bot script hosted on my web server? Or, would it be better to have them only as environment variables? How would I go about doing that if I'm not a sysadmin? Does this mean I should be running the bot only on my local system?
At its focus, I would like this bot to be able to make small amounts of money off of LTC/BTC price differences and the smaller, more predictable fluctuations of the bid/ask spread within a single currency.
What features am I going to need to effectively manage this type of strategy, and what sort of features would be overkill or lead me down paths of very little productivity or profit?
I am not good with math. I barely understand trig, can't do calculus to save my life. What indicators would you use that I could be able to understand the math behind enough to program checks and rules into a bot?
I have been watching StochRSI at various time periods, and it seems to be a fairly accurate predictor of some trends, but there's an awful lot of noise as well. 10/21 EMA crossings seem to be even noisier. They happen all the time on the shorter period charts, and often will cross multiple times in a day, even on the 1h chart.
What indicators would you use if you were writing a bot for low-risk trading?
What simple rules would you put in place to make the basic trades, and what rules would you write in order to act as checks and balances against other stupid bot rules?
How would you avoid being manipulated by other bots?
Is this a fool's errand? Should I just download someone else's bot code, or use an Ichimoku bot on cryptotrader.org? I don't want to be a fish and just use a bot that someone else is going to manipulate, and I don't want to get a trojan or have all my bitcoins stolen, or pick a buggy or malicious bot that trades me into $0 immediately.
So, I still think I may want to try writing one myself, but my attempts so far have been poor. I can't even seem to get the authentication working to read from the BTC-E API when I copy and paste the code from their own site.
If this really is a bad idea for a self-driven noob software project, let me know, and then I'll just Buy & Hold and do other stuff with my free time :)
Otherwise, I would appreciate some advice in choosing my path, or perhaps a collaborator who would want to work on a bot together.
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Buy Signal from StochRSI

I have been using the Stochastic RSI oscillator to time my bitcoin buys to gain a favourable entry price. After a high of $1160 on BitStamp price corrected today to under $900 and the StochRSI signalled a buy. I consider any price under $900 a bargain considering recent price action.
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[Question] Bitcoin Trade/Price Alerts

I want /bitcoin's opinion of a bitcoin trading tool I developed.
I have dumped hundreds of hours into a program that does Bitcoin backtesting with various bar lengths (min, hours, double hour, etc) with live and historical data. Profitable algorithms have been tested based on industry standard trading indicators like:
After the backtests proved comfortable returns, I hooked up email/SMS alerts to notify me when to make trades. The last few months have been very financially reward, but that isn't why I wrote this.
I wrote this, because Bitcoins are awesome, I love programming, and I love financial trading.
In future versions, I plan on adding:
Now, I am seriously considering turning this into a website for anyone to use, but I don't want to waste my time building out an awesome website if no one would be interested in using it.
So, tell me /bitcoin, would you use such a website? If not, why?
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[UPDATE!][Open Source] Avarice Automated OKCoin Trading Infrastructure

Hello again BitcoinMarkets! Firstly, here's the Github Project. As always, the README is well maintained, and it will probably answer questions better than this post will. This is the third update regarding this project. Here are the previous two posts: http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/275hrc/open_source_avarice_automated_okcoin_trading/ http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/27kjjc/updateopen_source_avarice_automated_okcoin/
There have been a plethora of new features, improvements, cleanups, and fixes since the last posts.
For any of the following changes, you may also look at the commit logs on Github. Without further ado, here are some recent changes with small bits of info accompanying:
(Yet) Again, this is only as powerful as your configuration. However, I've attempted to create a strong base for community involvement; one that can additionally be easy to understand and configure for even the most common of trader. Also worth noting that quite often, even the simplest strategies can be profitable.
If you have a suggestion, please don't hesitate to post no matter your ability to contribute. I will not complain about "too much" community involvement.
Regards, John Galt
EDIT: Just merged loggerdb branch and fixed scheduling issue with resuming. What does this mean for you? WE NOW SUPPORT RESUMPTION :) https://github.com/Galts-Gulch/avarice/commits/master . So if you have 30m candlesizes and MACD with defaults, quit immediately after a candle for a computer reboot, the reboot takes 12 minutes, then the software handles the database, then resumes running in 18 minutes (and will let you know that) :) This ultimately would save you that 13hours of getting enough data to act on again.
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[project]Open source Avarice automated OKCoin trading infrastructure

Hello CryptoDev! Firstly, here's the Github Project. As always, the README is well maintained, and it will probably answer questions better than this post will. This is the third update regarding this project.
There have been two prior (non cryptodev) posts about this. The first post includes basic info and background on what made me decide to start this project. The second includes some additional updates. http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/275hrc/open_source_avarice_automated_okcoin_trading/ http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/27kjjc/updateopen_source_avarice_automated_okcoin/
There have been a plethora of new features, improvements, cleanups, and fixes since the last posts.
For any of the following changes, you may also look at the commit logs on Github. Without further ado, here are some recent changes with small bits of info accompanying:
(Yet) Again, this is only as powerful as your configuration. However, I've attempted to create a strong base for community involvement; one that can additionally be easy to understand and configure for even the most common of trader. Also worth noting that quite often, even the simplest strategies can be profitable.
If you have a suggestion, please don't hesitate to post no matter your ability to contribute. I will not complain about "too much" community involvement.
EDIT: Just merged loggerdb branch and fixed scheduling issue with resuming. What does this mean for you? We now support resumption! https://github.com/Galts-Gulch/avarice/commits/master . So if you have 30m candlesizes and MACD with defaults, quit immediately after a candle for a computer reboot, the reboot takes 12 minutes, then the software handles the database, then resumes running in 18 minutes (and will let you know that) :) This ultimately would save you that 13hours of getting enough data to act on again.
Regards, John Galt
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StochRSI Tutorial Cryptocurrency Basics #2 - Stoch Rsi and Aroon Indicators Daily & Weekly Crypto Overview: Negative Stochastic RSI Crossover For BTC & Alts Binance Trading Tips: The Stochastic RSI Indicator Stochastics RSI

© 2020 Binance.US. All rights reserved. NMLS ID: 1906829 I have been using the Stochastic RSI oscillator to time my bitcoin buys to gain a favourable entry price. After a high of $1160 on BitStamp price corrected today to under $900 and the StochRSI signalled a buy. I consider any price under $900 a bargain considering recent price action. BTC USD (Bitcoin / US Dollar) This is the most popular Bitcoin pair in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of Bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoincharts is the world's leading provider for financial and technical data related to the Bitcoin network. It provides news, markets, price charts and more. Let’s analyze the Bitcoin StochRSI chart above, by plotting the 200 EMA (Exponential moving average) and the %D of the StochRSI. We can clearly see the divergences, and we only take signals in direction of the main trend. TIP: You should never take countertrend entries trading StochRSI divergences, just stick with the main trend on the market.. The reason I only display the %D is simple.

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