The Miyagi 10in1 Overview: step-by-step until you get it

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Miyagi + Alerts combines multiple trigger conditions in an easy to use format.

Each trigger or filtering condition is selectable and able to be combined using the selector checkboxes. Trigger or filter conditions can be used on a different timeframe chart than the current user selected chart.
For instance, the user’s chart can be set to a 15M for entry however using filtering from a 30 minute RSI. It is recommended to not use a lower timeframe chart setting than the current chart timeframe. VWAP has been the main condition for entry for our trading community for quite some time now, however using VWAP alone can lead to poor entries and bags.
Miyagi adds filtering conditions which can then be used to improve entries as opposed to simply using VWAP alone.

Miyagi + Backtester: The attempt at mastering something for the best results.

Miyagi indicators combine multiple trigger conditions and place them in one toolbox for traders to easily use, produce alerts, backtest, reduce risk and increase profitability.

MIYAGI 10IN1 TVINDICATORS

Check Tradingview → Indicators → Invite only scripts

Miyagi Tradiding Indicator alerts

Miyagi Alerts

With this tradingview indicator version you can enter trades, use this to send alerts to your bot

Miyagi Visuals

Indicator package to show all oscillators from the Xin1 indicators, so you can see why an alert is fired or avoided

MIYAGI 10IN1 : 1 OF 10

Alert version 1.03 ith EMA trigger

  • EMA Trend Type is user selectable for Trendfollowing or Countertrend which allows you to countertrade the markets.
  • Beside the “Simple Moving Average” the EMA has a multiplier. Calculation is SMAxMultipier / SMAxMultiplier of the previous candle.
  • Faster moving average crossing slower moving average is changing the trend direction. CrossUp means long trend, crossdown means short trend.
  • EMA: Takes two “Exponential Moving Averages” into effect for filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, length and sources. 

 

Miyagi Trading view EMA Setting preview

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
First Lenght: the faster moving average line
First Source: candle open, high, low, close
Second Lenght: the slower moving average line
Second Source: candle open, high, low, close
Trend Type: condition changing to trend or countertrend on trend it allows long entrys when fast moving average is above slow moving average and shorts when fast is below slow. CounterTrend flips this logic.
 

 

 

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  • MACD is a trendfollowing momentum indicator that shows the relationship between two moving averages of a price.
  • The MACD is calculated by subtracting the EMA 26 period from the EMA 12. Long alert is triggered on crossing the MACD zero line upwards and short alert vise versa.
  • Long alert is fired at first dark green candle and short on first dark red candle
  • MACD: Takes the “Moving Average Convergence Divergence” into effect for trigger condition or filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, source, fast & slow length and signal smoothing

MIyagi Tradingview indicator MACD settings previewTimeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
Source: candle open, high, low, close
Fast Length: the faster line
Slow Length: the slower line
Signal Smoothing: smoothing the factor line by consolidation of candle amount

 

 

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  • The RSI is a technical oscillator that uses price and volume data for identifying overbought or oversold signals in an asset. It can also be used to spot divergences which warn of a trend
    change in price.
    This oscillator moves between 0 and 100. RSI > 80 is considered overbought and an RSI < 20 is considered oversold.
  • RSI: Takes the “Relative Strength Index” into effect for trigger condition or filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, length, source, and oversold and overbought values.

 

Miyagi trading view indicator RSI preview

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
Length: calculation over amount of candles
Source: candle open, high, low, close
Min/Max: signals are filled inside his range
Oversold: considered as oversold below this value
Overbought: considered as overbough above this value or similar

 

 

 

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  • The StochRSI is a technical momentum oscillator that uses price and volume data for identifying overbought or oversold signals in an asset. StochRSI is moving more in full range compared to the simple RSI.
  • The oscillator pair K & D move between 0 and 100. RSI > 80 is considered overbought and an RSI < 20 is considered oversold but is not as much magnified to
    overbought or oversold channels like the simple RSI.
  • stochRSI = (actual RSI lowest RSI) / (highest RSI lowest RSI)
  • Stochastic RSI: Takes the stochRSI into effect for trigger condition or filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, K D, length, upper and lower length.

 

Miyagi trading view indicatro Stochastic RSI timeframe

StochRSI is moving more compared to the simple RSI not magnified to overbought or oversold channels
Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
K & D: K is the actual oscillator and D is a 3 period average
Length: calculation over amount of candles
Source: candle open, high, low, close
Upper Band: considered as overbough above this value
Lower Band: considered as oversold below this value
Min/Max: signals are filled inside his range

 

 

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  • VWAP is calculated by totaling the money traded for every transaction (price x volume) and then dividing by the total shares traded. The VWAP appears as a single line on charts.
  • It looks similar to a moving average line, but smoother. In general it is a intraday/week anchored indicator that resets, but we are using a steady version over a selectable period of candles.On screenshot the white line represents the VWAP. The blue line is the positive value distance called LongVWAP taking long trades. The yellow line is the negative value
    distance called ShortVWAP
  • VWAP: Takes the “Volume Weighted Average Price” into effect for trigger condition with user selectable chart timeframe, period, and VWAP lower line (long), or VWAP Upper line (Short) values

 

Miyagi trading indicators VWAP settings

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
Period: calculation over amount of candles
Lower Line: long VWAP
Upper Line: short VWAP
Enable EMA Trend Detection: have automatically different VWAP long and short deviation according to the EMA trend

 

 

 

 

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  • The TTM is used to identify when to enter or exit a market for the best chance of profitability. TTM Squeeze visualizes the relationship between the Boillinger Bands and Keltner Channels, which helps to identify when an asset is consolidating and signals when prices are poised to break out.
  • During low volatility the Boilinger Bands are completely enclosed within Keltner Channels. High volatility shows Boilinger Bands expanding and moving back outside of Keltner Channel.
  • TTM: Takes the TTM squeeze indicator into effect for trigger condition with user selectable chart timeframe, length, multiplier, smoothing and trend direction

 

Miyagi trading view indicators TTM

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
Length: calculation over amount of candles
BB Multi: Factor to expand the BB
Smoothing with the help of moving averages
Source: candle open, high, low, close
Trend Type: condition changing to trend or countertrend on trend it allows long entrys when fast moving average is above slow moving average and shorts when fast is below slow. CounterTrend flips this logic.

 

 

 

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  • The ADX is used to detect trend activity with a positive and a negative direction DMI indicator (+DI & DI). The factor of those is a value between 0 and 100 and builds the ADX oscillator line.
  • A low value can be a week trend or consolidation. A value > 25 is considered as a positive trend, >50 is a strong long trend >75
    extremely strong trend.
  • It does not show the direction, only the strength! On the screenshot above you see no Alerts during a consolidation phase (low activity). The direction is controlled by adding EMA. ADX can not be used alone with the 10in1.
  • ADX: Takes the “Average Directional Movement Index” into effect for trigger condition with user selectable chart timeframe, smoothing, DIlength, a long and a short setting.

 

Miyagi trading indicators view ADX

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
Smoothing: higher value means less aggressive behaviour
Length: calculation over amount of candles
DMI Long = +DI Indicator
DMI Short = DI Indicator
Min/Max: signals are filled inside his range
Example Settings: ADX disabled by range 1100 but use DMI 3050 for trend or 510 on countertrend

 

 

 

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  • As an alternative to moving averages you can keep a fix distance to determine long or short trend. That way you can avoid a lot of switching during a consolidation phase.
  • Once crossed on bar close it switches trend direction. The “Average True Rage” is used for calculation of the SuperTrend distance, it measures the volatility of the coin.
  • Combination with SuperTrend filter allows only signals to the trend direction.
  • SuperTrend: Takes the SuperTrend into effect for filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, ATR length and factor. 

Miyagi trading indicators Supertrend

Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one

Length: calculation over amount of candles
Factor: SuperTrend distance to actual price

 

 

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  • The MFI is a technical oscillator that uses price and volume data for identifying overbought or oversold signals in an asset.
  •  It can also be used to spot divergences which warn of a trend
    change in price.
  •  Like RSI this oscillator moves between 0 and 100. MFI > 80 isconsidered overbought and an MFI < 20 is considered oversold.
    MFI: Takes the “Money Flow Index” into effect for filtering with user selectable chart timeframe, length, source, long and short settings.

Miyagi trading view MFI timeframe
Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one

Length: calculation over amount of candles

Factor: SuperTrend distance to actual price

 

 

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Miyagi Trading view ATR

  • ATR is similar to VWAP but with a dynamic expanding
  • Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
  • Length: calculation over amount of candles
  • Multiplier: Factor to expand the Bands
  • Enable EMA Trend Detection: have automatically different VWAP long and short deviation according to the EMA trend
  • ATR: Takes the “Keltner Channles” into effect for trigger condition with user selectable chart timeframe, length and Multiplier.

 

 

 

MIYAGI 10IN1: ROC BONUS

Miyagi trading indicator ROC

  • ROC is used for counter trading
  • Timeframe: use the tf from the actual chart or a specific one
  • Source: candle open, high, low, close …
  • Length: calculation over amount of candles
  • Long & Short Threshold: open long above the value, short below, (try -2/2 -3/3 -4/4)
  • Enable ROC Averaging: makes ROC dynamic by averaging values on the given timeframe, you will get more entrys..
  • ROC: Price Rate of Change, a momentum oscillator comparing price n periods ago

 

 

MATRIX

Entry: VWAP, ATR, MACD, TTM
Filter: EMA, RSI, Stoch, ADX, MFI, Strend, ATR
How to use: Select the VWAP, and set the VWAP up as you would normally trade with your selected timeframe, period, and VWAP settings (long and short). All entries will be shown, based on the VWAP settings.From here, filtering can be implemented to produce better entries, ie using EMA or RSI filtering.

Way better entries with indicator combination:
Trend COMBO: EMA + MACD (trend filter + trigger)

trading combo ema+macd

Way better entries with indicator combination:
Trend COMBO: EMA + VWAP (counter trading wicks against trend)

tradingview indicator miyagi ema+vwap

Way better entries with indicator combination:
Countertrend COMBO: RSI + VWAP (filter and trigger)

Miyagi trading indicator rsi+vwap

MIYAGI 10IN1BACKTEST

miyagoi backtest 10in1miyagi 10in1backtest

 

 

 

 

 

MIYAGI 10IN1 SETTINGS

miyagi 10in1 settingsStart Date explained by it’s name ☺
• End Date explained by it’s name ☺
• Take Profit %: trade will be closed when this value is reached in profit
• Stop Loss %: trade will be closed when this value is reached in loss. If you want to use DCA instead you can set SL to100%
• Trade Direction: Use Long, Short or both directions

DCA setting miyagi tradingUse DCA or not, it opens new orders to average your actual price position, also known as safety orders
• Equity %: how much of your balance do you want to trade in total for DCA?
• Leverage: this is isolated leverage usage
• DCA Start %: % movement in wrong direction for first DCA
• Entry Order Size %: initial order size in %
• DCA Order Size %: your next DCA Size
• DCA Order Size Scale %: if you want to double every DCA then use 200% = 2x, if not 100% = 1x
• DCA % from Avg: 1 your next price movement in wrong direction after DCA Start %
• Step Size Scale %: if you want a rising distance between the DCAs use >100%, 150% = 1.5x
• DCA Buy Count: how many safety orders you wish

 

“Max Loss from Avg Price” displays the greatest loss drawdown, i.e. the greatest possible loss the strategy had during its run compared to its highest profits. Red “Liquidation Isolated” shows your Liquidation point calculated from leverage (10x). Max Loss turns yellow if you reach it! TRADINGVIEW LIQUIDATION

To calculate the Max Drawdown that is displayed in the Overview tab in the Strategy Tester, we:
1. Calculate resulting Equity after each trade that the strategy closes, at the bar where it closed.
2. For each separate trade, calculate Max Equity at the time the trade closed. To do so, we take the strategy’s Initial Capital and all of the
Equity values from the trades that were already closed at that point and find the largest number among these values.
3. For each trade, calculate its own Drawdown. This is done by taking the trade’s Max Equity (found in Step 2) and subtracting its current
Equity (Step 1).
4. Take individual Drawdowns of all trades (Step 3) and find the largest number among them.

Max Drawdown is the hardest the strategy falls, equity-wise, from its peaks. You can simplify its formula as “Highest Equity of all time – Lowest Equity after the highest peak”. You can roughly see this value on an equity curve graph by looking from the highest peaks to the lowest lows moving forward. Starting Equity (i.e. the funds available to the strategy) is always equal to Initial Capital.
The percentage and absolute values of a drawdown are two different metrics. They are tracked independently. For example, let’s say the initial capital is $100. After a series of losing trades, equity decreases to $50. The drawdown amounts to $50 in absolute terms and 50% in relative terms. Later, after a series of profitable trades, equity increases to $300 and then drops to $200. In this case, the absolute drawdown will be $100, and the relative drawdown, 33%. The overall maximum absolute drawdown of the strategy will be $100, and the maximum relative drawdown will be 50%.

Note that drawdowns in the List of Trades are calculated differently. In List of Trades, Drawdown is recalculated on each bar (so each trades drawdown represents maximum possible loss during the trade).
In Overview, Max Drawdown is recalculated not on each bar but on each closed trade.

mIYAGI eNTRY BACKTEST rESULTS NO dca vwap ALONE IS NOT ENOUGHIf we go the full 6.54 months on VWAP alone it is bagged on STORJ since 1.49

Miyagi 4in1 can increase profit by 236%; while decreasing max loss from entry by 55% and reducing trade time by 75% as compared to using VWAP Entries alone.

Miyagi 10in1 can increase profit by 233%; while decreasing max loss from entry by 72% and reducing trade time by 85% as compared to using VWAP Entries alone.

Miyagi Indicators are running best in combination with TVALERTSMANAGER, and WICKHUNTER

reversion trades

How to apply the 2-Step Reversion Strategy

Access TradingView:
First, log in to your TradingView account or create one if you haven’t already. TradingView is a popular charting platform that offers a wide range of technical indicators.

 

Search for the Miyagi 4 in 1 Indicator:
In the TradingView platform, go to the “Indicators” tab (located at the top of your chart).
In the search bar, type “Miyagi (4 in 1) + Alerts” and select it from the list of available indicators.

 

Apply the Miyagi 4 in 1 Indicator to the Chart:
Select “Miyagi (4 in 1) + Alerts,” by clicking on the title. This will add the indicator to your chart.

Enable RSI and PA:
Inside the Miyagi (4 in 1) + Alerts settings, you’ll find options to enable RSI (Relative Strength Index) and PA (Price Action). Ensure both RSI and PA are enabled.

rsi and pa

Adjust RSI Settings:
Within the RSI settings, make the following adjustments:

 

  • Set “RSI Long Min” to 0.
  • Set “RSI Long Max” to 20.
  • Set “RSI Short Min” to 85.
  • Set “RSI Short Max” to 100.
miyagi 4 in 1

Adjust PA Settings:
Within the PA Settings, look for the options related to “Long PA” and “Short PA.”
Change “Long PA” to “Counter.”
Change “Short PA” to “Counter” as well.

long pa and short pa

Once you’ve completed these steps, the specified RSI and PA settings will be applied to your chart. This configuration should help you identify potential trading opportunities based on the 2-Step Reversion Strategy, which involves looking for reversions in price movements within the specified RSI ranges using the Price Action (PA) filter.

 

The 2-Step Reversion Strategy within Miyagi Indicators empowers traders to capitalize on market inefficiencies and reversions in price movements. By finely tuning RSI parameters and leveraging Price Action data, traders can pinpoint optimal entry and exit points with a high degree of accuracy. This precision not only minimizes potential losses but also maximizes profit potential, making it a valuable tool for traders seeking to enhance their overall profitability!

2-Step Reversion Strategy

Remember to conduct thorough analysis and combine this strategy with risk management practices before making any trading decisions. Additionally, it’s a good idea to backtest the strategy and practice using it on demo accounts before implementing it with real funds.

 

If you want to backtest these strategies, simply add the Miyagi Backtester to the chart and use it to fine-tune your settings. 


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