Category: Learning

Average True Range – ATR

Simão Ferreira

In this article, we’ll explain why the Average True Range (ATR) indicator is important, and how to properly use it in algorithmic trading. Table of contents What is ATR? How is ATR calculated? Common uses An example strategy using ATR on Tuned Conclusion What is the Average True Range (ATR)? ATR was developed by J.…

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Price Action Series Chapter 2: Support and resistance

Simão Ferreira

From a price action perspective, the most important skill to being profitable is being able to identify dynamic support and resistance zones. This is the foundation of trading and the most important skill to master. You don’t want to be the one buying the top and selling the bottom.  If you miss the other chapters…

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Price Action Series – Chapter 1

Simão Ferreira

Today we will start a new series on our blog aiming to explain the basis of technical analysis and the importance of price action (with support and resistance concepts). This series is divided into eight chapters which will be spread over eight blog posts (Chapters) : 1: Technical Analysis: the Basics 2: Support and Resistance…

What is the Momentum Indicator and how to use it on Tuned?

Dale Brown

In this article, we’ll be talking about the Momentum indicator.We’ll be exploring what it does, its common uses and how it can be applied to Tuned and algorithmic trading in general. Table of contents What is the Momentum Indicator? How is Momentum calculated? Common uses An example strategy using Momentum on Tuned Conclusion What is…

The Number That’s Everywhere, Even Our Markets

Matt Young

Table of contents: What is the Fibonacci sequence? The golden mean in our behavior In practice In May 2021, Dogecoin (DOGE) entered the hall of fame when it topped at 0.74 USDT. This growth also popularized a number of other dog-related cryptocurrencies, ahem Shiba Inu (SHIB). We’re not here to speculate on the next DOGE…

The Importance of Diversification

Dale Brown

Table of contents: What is diversification? Process of diversification on Tuned Understanding the risk to reward ratio of strategies and syndications Know your risk tolerance Choosing a mix of high and low risk strategies The monitoring and rebalancing process Conclusion What Is diversification? Diversification is the act of spreading your investments across various asset classes…

Trading Strategies Supported By Tuned

With Tuned, traders using Tuned Script or Pine Script Alpha can develop trading strategies, backtest them and run them live on their favorite exchanges. In this blog post, we’ll give you a quick run down on what strategy creators on Tuned are doing today. With your feedback, we aim to support all quantitative traders, so…

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