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
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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.
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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.
When we update the script, you will need to go into the TV library again, and re-add the same script, as you did when you started. Your alerts will also need to be re-set with the current version of the indicator.
After months of user feedback and testing, we have suggested used that can be applied to the MarketGod Tools.
- When setting alerts, mark the notification preference as ‘once per bar close’ – Note that this will only affect the notifications you are receiving on the price action/indicator action and do not include when the alert prints on your chart, which is completely separate.
- Heikin Ashi candles will provide the easiest visual to follow changes in trend. Our alerts are not absolute value alerts, and will not change based on the changes in price per-say, but changes in overall market trend. This said, you will not see the price the trend changed at, but the period the change occurred.
- Depending on the version, you may have different experiences with each, between and on any given period, the indicator may have reacted differently. We have worked hard to build a tool that uses real time data and will not give ghost alerts/false reads. We suggest that you wait until the candle has closed to have “confirmation” that the signal had ‘painted’ or not painted. You will notice that our real time alerts may cause ‘flickering’ of the painted candle, however we suggest in times of normal market flow, to wait for confirmation. This may change in an environment like cryptocurrencies, in which ‘dumping’ may solidify the pending alert.
- Note: Unfortunately, we reach a fallacy within some of the criteria and the limitations of Pine Script. To use real time data, means to use the input price that is called in a moment of time. Because the price is ‘live’ when doing this, the input is affected the parameters established within the buy and sell criteria. This was designed as such under the thinking that the candle is pulling data from the most recent open, close, high, or low that Tradingview has available. That is not the case however, and it will pull the data at that exact moment. While effective for quick data, this creates a situation where the indicator will not know what data is confirmed until we program it to include the ‘most recent close’, which is considered repainting to Tradingview, as it is using historical data to make real-time decisions, and could potentially manipulate the alert itself as something that was faked/recorrected after the event had occurred.
- Signals given on a higher time frame will immediately override the lower frames. IE, IF XRPBTC gives a 1D ‘Buy’ while also giving a 1 Month ‘Sell’ alert, the trader should follow the monthly alert.
- When a Buy/Sell Alert paint on the chart, it is intended to signal a change in trend. The periods of sideways trading will cause several alerts to pop up in a short amount of time, and that should alert the trader to use their trading knowledge that in an uptrend, we are likely to move up quickly and this period of consolidation is bullish. This is the reverse in a downtrend, as the consolidation will trigger the alerts, likely ending in a break to the downside.
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.
On backpainting – it has been verified several times that when the indicator prints its alerts, it is not backpainting, offsetting, or manipulating its alert, in order to look better visually. We can assure you we will continue to keep it this way, to maintain the integrity of the tool.
You may have noticed that when you set an alert, the Tradingview app/desktop site will warn of backpainting. After researching and verifying with the team at trading-view itself, we can guarantee it is because we are pulling historical data for some of the criteria, but not reversing our buy/sell alerts to look better overall.
These go hand in hand with the referenced issue from above, back painting. In the event your alerts are misfiring, let us know and we will work with you to double check the settings are right on your end, and that the coding is right on our end.
Does your indicator have periods of time when the alerts flicker on and off repeatedly? That is ok, this is real time data, and therefore the painting will not finish until the candle is confirmed, and when the alert flickers as such, it is unconfirmed until the start of a new period.
Yes and no. We add you to a strategy that is very successful and can be tinkered with. It is not exact to our signature tool, but does very well.
We are focusing on automating the tool in the future so the backtesting strategies may not be a priority at this time.
No! As mentioned several times across these pages, this is not a end-all-be-all tool that will have you win all the trades you make. That said, Using the higher frames will clear the noise for you and validate the signals that DO come in. Doing this on the low time frames (IE 1min-15min range) will be troublesome and tedious. PATIENCE!
Just as how our founder Eric Thies would recommend, (DYOR) Hold your position. On the next sell signal, ignore & then double down on a buy. OR cut your loses and try again at a later time. Mathematically speaking, you have the odds in your favor, but outcome is not guarenteed.
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.
We have found these situations to be an easy fix – it is likely your alert triggered from an older version of the indicator, which continue to exist even after an update.
Go into your Tradingview alerts manager –> clear all –> re-add new alerts.
Unfortunately, this applies each time we have an update.
This is normal. See Suggested Uses for recommended fix in these scenarios.
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.