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Ascending, Descending and Symmetrical Triangle Chart Patterns
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A triangle is a chart pattern formed when two trendlines are converging. When the resistance line is increasing and the support line is horizontal, we call this chart pattern an ascending triangle. When the support line is decreasing and the resistance line is horizontal, we call it a descending triangle....
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Stock Bounces off its Previous Resistance or Support Line
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Here is an interesting screen that scans your stocks universe looking for the ones that are bouncing off their previous resistance line (Breakout followed by a bounce). The resistance line is calculated based on the "AutoSR" function and it uses 150 bars as period and 10 bars as lag value....
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Transform any order into a limit order selectively based on a trading rule
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

I bet most or all of your trading systems use the same order types to buy and short securities. My strategies also use single order type logic to enter all positions.

Here is a money management script that updates the default order type depending on a trading rule. The script transforms...

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Generic Trading System Template
by SystemTra.de, uploaded several months ago

This Generic Trading System Template can be used as a starting point for your own trading system developments. It includes all the simulator settings that can be parameterized as well as examples for ranking, optimization, stop-setting, entry/exit rules and limits.
The template is grouped into settings that are likely to get...

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Trending Up/Down using Ten Moving Averages
by MikeMM, uploaded several months ago

This indicator tells you whether a security is trending up or down based on ten moving averages (instead of just one). This is accomplished by calculating ten moving averages with different periods (20, 40, 60 ..., and 200) and then comparing them with the close price. For each trading bar,...
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Volatility-based Position Sizing Method with Adjustable Parameters
by clonex, uploaded several months ago

This MM script is a simple improvement version Tom Huggens "Historical trading volatility-based system to adjust trade sizes"
You can change and optimize period of stddev and moving average.

Here is Tom Huggens description:
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Vary the Start Date of a Trading System Simulation
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Every trading system you develop must be thoroughly tested to ensure that it is robust enough to continue outperforming the market in the future. One of these tests consists of changing the simulation or backtest start date and verifying that this doesn't affect the strategy performance. By changing the start...
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