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MarketGod Buy and Sell Indicator for Tradingview.com

How it Works

The process for adding our users and how our primary indicator + accompanying strategy function

MarketGod for Tradingview

Our Process for Adding Users

Our only goal is to help you win trades. We do so by offering a suite of solutions for our users on various 3rd party sites, which they can use as they please. Our main channel for our tools is on Tradingview.com.  If you are unfamiliar with Tradingview, here's a synopsis on their advanced charting platform, which you can use for free (independent of MarketGod Trading). 


Our toolset, which is called MarketGod for Tradingview, consists of 5+ different Buy and Sell Indicators, which users can add to their chart via the Tradingview Public Indicator Library. 



Users purchase access to the algorithm on our site here, and then we manually add them to the permissions list on Tradingview, where they have lifetime access thereafter. 

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MarketGod for Tradingview is written in PineScript, their native programming language  

How the MarketGod Indicator Works

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Step 1| Potential Trade Identified by Algorithm by Technical Analysis

First, our solution uses technical analysis to monitor and measure a given market ticker. We can analyze and apply the tool to every market ticket imaginable. This includes

  • Cryptocurrency
  • FOREX 
  • Commodities
  • Equities 
  • Indices 

Step 2| Identified Ticker is Monitored and Price Action Confirms Technical Assessment

Once the tool identifies a criteria met by the technical indicators, our price action function analyzes factors such as relative volatility,  and other price related measurements that are seen in  trend change.

Step 3| Statistical Probability of Success Measured

Lastly, the algorithm confirms the potential move by measuring the trades probability of success. This calculation is dependent on our proprietary function, MarketGodf(x). 


When the calculation results in a statistically probable environment for success, MarketGod alerts users of the incoming move. 



Step 4| Execute Signal and Alert User

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