Takashi EMA Cross


Long Term Trading (standard inputs)

Takashi EMA Cross

EMA crossovers are one of the main moving average strategies. The strategy consist in applying two exponential moving averages to a chart: one longer and one shorter. When the shorter-term EMA crosses above the longer-term EMA, it's a buy signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting up. This is known as a "golden cross". Meanwhile, when the shorter-term EMA crosses below the longer-term EMA, it's a sell signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting down. This is known as a "dead/death cross".

After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time Fast EMA crosses Slow EMA, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades.

This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance and Volatility Movements.

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