The MarketGod Trading Tools are a series of indicators that were released by Eric Thies on Tradingview.com in early 2019. Originally released free of charge, the tool quickly gained traction in the community and became popular across crypto communities, forex groups, and options markets alike. Wanting to further its development, the decision was made to create a premium community that could benefit from the tool, and enable a strong team to come and build the indicator into what it is intended to be.
Our tool is designed for experienced traders and investors alike. This tool is not intended for novice traders, any unfamiliar with tradingview.
Yes, absolutely – Our signature tool, the MarketGodPro Tradingview Indicator was built and designed to be used across any market that you can trade. Trade everything including
- Forex (Foreign Exchange / Currencies)
- Commodities (Gold, Corn, Oil, etc)
- Funds – ETFs, Mutual, etc
- Penny Stocks
Thank you for your business. While the process will normally be short, Please allow up to 6 hours for processing, while we are growing at the rate we are.
To make sure you are added quickly as possible, please remember to do the following
Confirm a user account on Tradingview. We’ve found new accounts/unconfirmed accounts have challenges when we try to add them.
Have provided us with your Tradingview username and email. These are the only details we need once you’ve paid. We will add you ASAP. Please keep an eye on your junk mail, and we will inform you once we confirmed your add.
No, once purchased, the user will be a customer for the entire lifespan of that tool. With MG Pro will be the last ever released.
You will receive any future updates to the tools released under the Market God Trading Tools name.
We will likely release automated bots, other various tools, and mobile apps that will also carry a price, but the access to the MG Pro indicator will remain for current customers.
No, while we plan on developing automated tools down the road, our tool is limited to being an indicator as of now.
You will need a Trading View account. You can create one at no cost: https://tradingview.com.
Not at this time. Please check back at a later date.
None, at all – we have a one-time start-up cost, which you pay when you start. From there it is lifetime access on specifically this MarketGodPro Indicator.
After an update
- Clear old alerts
- Delete old version from chart
- Follow this guide to re-add
Eric Thies – Indicator Author & MarketGod Trading Founder
The indicator is based off of the real-time price movements of a given chart, and bases its decisions off of the value when the period closes. This in mind, when you see a green or red alert on a chart, it is recommended to wait for the end of the period, to confirm that the alert is still there and verified as complete. This is extremely important, as waiting on the indicator to complete its candle confirmation will ensure that we are giving accurate and effective alerts to our users.
Once the candle closes and the printed alert is confirmed, it is recommended that you examine buy/sell areas around the closing price of the previous candle.
Our tool does not backpaint – see suggested uses for reference on what to expect
Referenced several times as a user-caused issue.
- Delete old alerts & reset to current version
- make sure your alerts were set in Normal Candles, or HA, not the opposite of what’s delivered. IE setting alerts in HA mode but checking in normal candle mode
Yes – there is a backtest strategy for v7 that is published for users with the tool
When we release an update, via tradingview, you will need to refresh your browser, and re-add the indicator, as you did when you started.
This is related to one of two issues
- Clear old MarketGod Alerts – they will continue on old parameters, in the event we update. After each update, they need to be reset.
- You set the alert at a tine you were in a different chart mode IE Heikin Ashi vs Regular candles
See above. If confused, see suggested uses.
Miss the pump from an overdue buy sign? Price dumping without warning? These things happen. We’ve found moves like these are quickly reversed. That said, this tool is one of several you should be using when trading
Having trouble when setting alerts? If the menu appears like it does above, use your arrow keys if on desktop. Top is buy, one arrow hit down pairs with sell. This is a gap on tradingview’s end.