Learn the basics on getting started with MarketGod. These are our recommendations from our team and suggested uses for optimizing and making the most of its use. While we expand this section continually, let us know if you're in need of additional help by emailing [email protected] or joining our Discord Community.
Hello and welcome to MarketGod Trading. Whether you are new to the toolset or a seasoned veteran, we appreciate your presence and hope to maintain your trading success, and ideally add value to your trades prior to making them. If you've just purchased access to MarketGod for Tradingview, we will get you added shortly.
This guide aims to Establish a framework / fundamental understanding of what our tools do, so they can utilize and apply them best. In addition,
If you're just getting started and don't know how to add MarketGod in the Tradingview Public Library, we recommend you start in the tutorials section for assistance.
To start things off - we highly recommend
Additional Resources for our Tools Include
If you've seen MarketGod in the Tradingview Library, You have likely noticed you have access to MarketGod v5, MarketGod v6, MarketGod v7, and MarketGodx. At the time of this writing, Only v6 and v7 have an accompanying back-test published, but we are working to have back-tests for v5 and MarketGodx rather soon as well.
MarketGod Versions and the Differences Between Them
NOTE: When we update to a new version, users will need to delete all prior alerts set for the now previous version. This prevents ghost alerts from occurring, where the signal is not printing but the alert has fired.In theory, MarketGod version become more accurate as they progress. This will be more easy to see when we release MarketGod v1, v2, v3 and v4 by June 2020.