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USER MANUAL: TRADEINEX™ AI SIGNALS

  • Indicator Installation

  • Alerts & Notifications

  • Interface

  • Trading Strategies

  • Indicator Settings

  • Machine Learning

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Statistics Section



INDICATOR INSTALLATION


After payment, we will connect indicators to your TradingView account within 24 hours (usually 1-2 hours).

If you don't have a TradingView account yet, register one on the website or mobile app.


Installation on PC


1. Press the button “Indicators” to open the menu “Indicators, Metrics & Strategies”.


2. Go to the section “Invite-only scripts”. If you haven't used invite-only scripts before, sometimes you need to reload TradingView site for this section to appear.


3. Select indicator TradeINEX: Trading Signals.



Installation on a mobile device


1. Press the button “+” to open the menu “Add”.


2. Press the button “Indicators” to open the menu “Indicators, Metrics & Strategies”.


3. Go to the section “Invite-only scripts”. If you haven't used invite-only scripts before, sometimes you need to reload the TradingView app for this section to appear.


4. Select indicator TradeINEX: Trading Signals.




ALERTS & NOTIFICATIONS SETTINGS


1. Press the button with the alarm clock to open the Alerts Tab.


2. Press the button with plus (+) to create a new alert.


3. Condition:


Select indicator - TradeINEX.


Signals Alerts:


For Buy and Sell signals alerts, select from the drop-down list - “BUY!” or “SELL!”. Set the parameter - “Once per bar close”.


For Stop Loss or Trailing Stop alerts, select from the drop-down list - “STOP-LOSS!”. Set the parameter - “Once per bar”.


For Take-profit alerts, select from the drop-down list - “Take-Profit Achieved!”. Set the parameter - “Once per bar”.


For Trailing Stop changes alerts, select from the drop-down list - “Trailing-Stop New Level”. Set the parameter - “Once per bar close”.


4. Notifications:


To receive notifications on your mobile device via the TradingView application, check the box - “Notify in app”.


INTERFACE


Elements of the indicator interface on the chart:


1. BUY / SELL Signal - signals to initiate trade on the exchange following the signal direction.


2. Stop Loss - initial stop loss level for your trading position. A stop-loss is a price level where you will close your trade for a loss in order to avoid irreparable damage to your portfolio.


3. Trailing Stop - dynamic stop loss level which will move as the market moves in a favorable direction.


4. Take-profit (TP1-4) - these levels are price targets that you set in advance to lock in and bank profits from a successful trade.


5. Trend Line - support and resistance trend lines.


6. Pivot Points - points on the price chart where local trends change. Pivot points are useful for identifying significant support and resistance levels and for identifying bearish or bullish market sentiment.


7. Moving Average (MA) - average smoothed price value for a certain period.


8. Trend Color - color fill from the price line to the trailing stop.


9. Price Extremum - maximum price movement by the signal direction.




The indicator interface is fully customizable. You can change the visibility, size, color or style of any elements. The indicator works with both light and dark themes of the TradingView platform and on any device.




HOW TO TRADE


GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS:


The indicator is designed for systematic trading according to the trading strategy:


- The strategy requires strict adherence to risk management and money management.


- The strategy is optimized to get stable monthly profits based on all signals for this period, instead of trying to hit the jackpot by one signal.


- For effective trading, it is important to get maximum profit from long-term trend movements, as well as minimize losses using risk management.


DO NOT TRADE BY YOUR ENTIRE DEPOSIT! The recommended position size should not exceed 10% of your entire deposit.


USE STOP LOSS ORDERS! Stop Loss is a price level where you will close your trade for a loss. This is a reliable way to close unprofitable positions on time and save you from unplanned losses.


USE TAKE-PROFIT LEVELS! TP levels are price targets that you set in advance, where you have to lock in and bank profits from a successful trade. This will allow you to remain profitable even if the price suddenly turns against your position.


USE ISOLATED MARGIN ONLY! Under isolated margin, a specific amount of margin, i.e. initial margin, is applied to a position. In the event of a liquidation, you may lose only the initial margin, but save your account balance from unplanned losses.





TRADING STRATEGY


1. When a signal with a timer appears on the chart, wait for the current bar to close. The timer counts down the time until the bar closes. Before the bar closes, the signal could shift and disappear.


2. When the bar closes and the signal label changes to BUY! or SELL!, you will receive an alert notification. Initiate a trade on exchange following the signal direction!


3. Set a stop loss for your position at the level marked by the SL line on the chart.


4. Over time, change your stop loss according to the Trailing Stop moving on the chart.


5. When the price reaches profit-taking levels TP1-TP4, lock in and bank some part of profit from a successful trade.


6. Close the rest part of your position by a reversal BUY/SELL signal or by a Trailing Stop.





INDICATOR SETTINGS



TRADING ALGORITHMS


MODEL 1 - the main trading algorithm, which analyzes a variety of market data and predicts changes of local trends. This algorithm is the most balanced in terms of risk to profit ratio and is recommended for beginners by default.


MODEL 2 - an improved version of the trading algorithm, in which the accuracy of indicating is increased due to additional filtering of manipulative price movements.


MODEL 3 - an experimental trading algorithm with a new principle for predicting a trend change, correction of the trailing stop in both directions, and the formation of reversal signals regardless of the crossing of the trailing stop by the body of the candle.



CONTROL MODES


AUTO AI - The artificial intelligence of the indicator will analyze the market using machine learning methods and automatically adjust the parameters of trading algorithms. Currently it works only with trading algorithms MODEL1 and MODEL2. The self-learning process can be configured in the AI settings section.


MANUAL - To improve trading performance, the indicator can be calibrated manually using the sensitivity adjustment and other parameters, as well as profit taking and stop loss levels. The effectiveness of the indicator settings can be checked using the built-in statistics section.



GENERAL SETTINGS


Sensitivity - changes the sensitivity of the indicator's trading algorithm. The higher this value, the more frequent Buy and Sell signals will be, but their accuracy may decrease as a result. The value of this parameter can be positive or negative.


An example of the effect of the Sensitivity parameter on the formation of indicator signals:



RISK/PROFIT SETTINGS:


MANUAL - In this mode, you can completely manually configure the stops loss and profit taking levels.


AUTO AI - in this mode, artificial intelligence will completely take over risk management and profit taking. Using machine learning methods, it will determine the safest stop loss and the most profitable profit-taking levels.


AUTO 1/3 - in this case, take profit levels will automatically be three times longer than stop loss size.


AUTO FIBO - in this mode, stop loss and take profit levels will be based on Fibonacci levels.


AUTO RNG - in this mode, stop loss and take profit levels will be based on market volatility.


ALTERNATE - in this case, the entire position will be closed only by reversal signals, without partial profit taking.


Fixed StopLoss - If the checkbox is checked, the length of the Stop Loss and Trailing Stop cannot be higher than the specified limit.


StopLoss Limit - sets the maximum length of the Stop Loss level in %. The higher this value, the higher your potential risks if the price moves against the signal.



BREAK-EVEN STRATEGY


Break-Even Strategy - a strategy for automatically moving the Trailing Stop to breakeven when take profit levels are reached. This strategy has several modes:


MANUAL - automation disabled.


AUTO 1 - When the price reaches the 1st take profit level, the trailing stop will automatically move to the entry price. And when the price reaches each next take profit level, the trailing stop is moved to the average value between the two previous take profit levels.


AUTO 2 - When the price reaches the 1st take profit level, the trailing stop will automatically move to the entry price. And when the price reaches each next take profit level, the trailing stop is moved to the previous take profit level.


AUTO 3 - When the price reaches the 1st take profit level, the trailing stop will automatically move to the entry price. And when the price reaches each next take profit level, the trailing stop is moved to the previous take profit level.



ANTI-FLAT SYSTEM


Anti-Flat Protection - a system for protecting against knocking out stop losses during sideways movement in the market, when the price makes many short jumps.

If this option is active, then when the price moves sideways, instead of risky Buy/Sell signals, the “FLAT” signal will appear, and the direction of the trend will remain the same until reliable factors of a trend change appear.


These screenshots show how the Anti-Flat System prevents losing trades during a sideways price movement:



ANTI FALSE BREAKOUT


Anti False Breakout - a system that adjusts the Trailing Stop to avoid false breakouts (crossing it by candle shadows, after which the trend does NOT change).





INTERFACE SETTINGS


Round Float Values - makes a float value rounded to that amount of decimal places.


Show BUY/SELL Signals - show trading signals on the chart.


Show Take-Profits and Stop-Loss - show on the chart take profit and stop loss levels.


Extend Take-Profit Lines - show extensions of the take profit levels on the chart.


Show Fixed Profit Marks - display points of achieved take profit levels, and taken profit in percentage or currency.


Clean Old Fixed Profit Marks - hide all old Fixed Profit Marks that were before the last signal.


Show Trend Color Filled - display the color fill of the trend movement from the Trailing Stop line to the price line.


Show Trailingstop - show the dynamic Stop Loss (trailing stop).


Show Price Extremum - display a line of maximum price movements after signals.


Show Metrics With Ident - display take profit levels on the right edge of the chart.


Show Price Distance Arrow - display price movement by signal and its value in % on the right edge of the chart.





MACHINE LEARNING (SETUP AI)


In this mode, the artificial intelligence of the indicator will automatically select the most effective settings and build the most profitable trading strategy by analyzing the chart of the trading pair using deep machine learning methods.


IMPORTANT: The market must have sufficient volatility, liquidity and proper functioning of market makers. Avoid trading pairs with large price spreads, gaps, slippage and manipulation.



STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION:


1. Activate SETUP AI mode to launch developing the most profitable trading strategy for the selected trading pair.


2. Switch Risk/Profit Management to MANUAL mode if you want to lock in profit at levels TP1-4.

Switch Risk/Profit Management to ALTERNATE mode if you want to lock in profit only on reversal signals.

Since the machine learning process takes into account most of the current indicator settings, they must be entered correctly. For example, when AI searches for the best profit taking levels TP1-TP4, it will take into account the current user settings for profit taking volumes for these levels.


2. The best parameters of the developed trading strategy will appear in the AUTO SETUP section of the statistics table.


3. Enter the resulting Sensitivity value in the appropriate field in the indicator settings menu.




4. Enter the received values of distances for levels TP1-4 in the appropriate fields in the indicator settings menu.

If you have trained the AI with custom settings for profit taking volumes for levels TP1-TP4, then you should continue to use them for trading.

The Auto TP Range parameter is optional, but in some cases it can improve results. Enter the larger value in the right field, and enter the smaller value in the left field.




Also, results can be improved by using the following modes: Fixed Stop Loss, Break-Even Strategy and Anti-False Breakout.




ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SETTINGS


Built-in artificial intelligence automatically adjusts the parameters of indicator algorithms, analyzing the market using machine learning methods.



SETUP AI и AUTO AI 2:


AUTO AI 2 - select this mode to have the AI automatically update the trading strategy and change the algorithm settings in accordance with it.


IMPORTANT: For effective machine learning, the chart must have a sufficient amount of historical data, from 10,000 bars.


Machine Learning Method - select a method for constructing a trading strategy on which machine learning will focus:

  • TakeProfit - machine learning focuses on the strategy of locking profit at take profit levels.

  • BuySell - machine learning focuses on the strategy of locking profit on reversal signals.

  • WinRate - machine learning focused on improving signal accuracy.

  • Balanced - machine learning will strive for a balance between the three options above.

  • Backtest - selection of the best parameters of the indicator algorithms for your existing strategy, which you configured in MANUAL mode.


Big Data Processing - modes of processing large amounts of data.


Big Data Optimization - the degree of data optimization to reduce the load on computing resources.


Deep Searching Method - a method for finding the most profitable take profit levels.


Deep Searching Range - options for determining the range to search for the most profitable take profit levels:

  • Manual - in this mode you can set the search range in the AutoTP Range item.

  • Algorithmic - in this mode, the search range will be determined algorithmically.


Initial Training Period - the period of training of artificial intelligence, when it will only learn, but will not yet apply the developed strategy.


Auto Updating Period - periodic updating of the AI-generated trading strategy. The value of this parameter corresponds to the strategy update period in bars.


Historical Buffer Size - if the option is active, machine learning will only occur in the specified time range, and the impact of outdated data will gradually decrease. The value of this parameter corresponds to the maximum number of bars to be studied. This option can be useful if the structure and volatility of the market often changes under the influence of fundamental factors.



AUTO AI:


AI Trading Dynamics - The higher this value, the more aggressive the AI trading strategy will be.


Machine Learning Start - the number of signals on which the initial static machine learning period will occur. At the end of this period, the AI will begin to automatically generate new algorithm settings for each subsequent signal.


Machine Learning Limit - artificial intelligence memory size. The maximum number of signals on which further, dynamic machine learning will occur.


Range Detection Method - range determination method to search for liquidity zones and automatically distribute take profit and stop loss levels.


Searching Accuracy - accuracy of searching for liquidity zones for the most profitable placement of the take profit and stop loss levels.



ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE STATISTICS


Learned Bars - the number of bars analyzed during the machine learning process.


Memory Full - degree of artificial intelligence memory fullness expressed as % of the total number of bars available on the price chart.


Iterations - number of changes in indicator algorithm settings based on machine learning results.






STATISTICS SECTION


The built-in statistics module allows you to simulate trading with different indicator settings and according to different risk management and money management strategies. You no longer have to manually deal with statistics and analysis of transactions, as well as filling out Excel tables. Now you can do it in just a few clicks!


You can choose the position size, leverage, and profit taking levels, options for closing the transaction and other parameters. The summary report for a certain period of time will be displayed in a table.



BASIC STATISTICS


1. Leverage | SL - the left column shows the size of the leverage, the right column shows the length of the Stop Loss in % and in currency with leverage.


2. Start Date | End Date - start and end dates of the selected time period. The left column shows the date of the first trade, the right column shows the date of the last trade.


3. Quantity - total number of trades over the selected period.


4. Efficiency - effectiveness of signals shows % of signals that became profitable.


5. Income Total - total maximum possible income by all signals, over the selected period of time, with leverage.


6. Income Avg - average possible income per signal over the selected period of time, with leverage.


7. Profit Total - total profit that was locked in by the take-profit and trailingstop levels, over the selected period of time, with leverage.


8. Profit Avg - average profit per signal, with leverage, for the selected period of time.



ADVANCED STATISTICS


9. TP1 - the left column shows the % of signals for which TP1 was successfully reached, the right column shows the total locked in profit by TP1, over the selected period of time.


10. TP2 - the left column shows the % of signals for which TP2 was successfully reached, the right column shows the total locked in profit by TP2, over the selected period of time.


11. TP3 - the left column shows the % of signals for which TP3 was successfully reached, the right column shows the total locked in profit by TP3, over the selected period of time.


12. TP4 - the left column shows the % of signals for which TP4 was successfully reached, the right column shows the total locked in profit by TP4, over the selected period of time.


13. Dynamic TP - totally locked in profit by the dynamic take profit levels, over the selected period of time.


14. Rest Profit - the total locked in profit for those parts of positions that were closed by Trailing Stop or reversal signals, over the selected period of time.


15. False Breaks - % of false breakouts for all trades over the selected period of time.


16. Max Drop - maximum drawdown, over the selected period of time.



LOCKING IN PROFIT CALCULATION


This section helps you to calculate portions of locking in profit for each take profit level.


P1 - The left column shows the length of the Take-profit level 1, and the actual portion of your position that will be closed when the price reaches this level. The right column shows the same portion of your position but in currency and potential locked in profit.


P2 - The left column shows the length of the Take-profit level 2, and the actual portion of your position that will be closed when the price reaches this level. The right column shows the same portion of your position but in currency and potential locked in profit.


P3 - The left column shows the length of the Take-profit level 3, and the actual portion of your position that will be closed when the price reaches this level. The right column shows the same portion of your position but in currency and potential locked in profit.


P4 - The left column shows the length of the Take-profit level 4, and the actual portion of your position that will be closed when the price reaches this level. The right column shows the same portion of your position but in currency and potential locked in profit.


Rest - the left column shows the portion of the position that will not be closed by any take profit level, but will be closed by a trailing stop or Buy/Sell signal, the right column shows its equivalent in currency.



STATISTICS TABLE WITH LIST OF TRADES


The table shows all signals over the selected period, maximum possible income, locked in profit for each take-profit level and total locked in profit.




REPORTS FOR EACH PREVIOUS SIGNAL


Reports for each separate signal are displayed directly on the chart, when you hover over the signal (or click, in the mobile app). By hovering your cursor over a signal you can see a detailed report for each PREVIOUS trade.


1. Date - date and time of the previous signal appearance.


2. Balance - state of the trade balance after the position is closed by this signal.


3. Order - type of the previous signal, BUY (Long) or SELL (Short).


4. Position - size of trading position and leverage.


5. Price In - an entry point refers to the price at which the previous trade was initiated.

6. Price Ex - price extremum over the previous signal.


7. Price TS - closing price by the trailing stop.


8. False Brake - if there was a false breakout over the previous signal, the breakout level shows there, if not, none.


9. Income - maximum possible income by the previous signal, with leverage.


10. Profit Fix - locked in profit by take-profit (TP1-TP4) and trailingstop levels over the previous signal.


11. TP1 / TP2 / TP3 / TS - portions of profit, which were locked in at appropriate levels.





STATISTICS SETTINGS



STATISTICS INTERFACE SETTINGS


Show Basic Statistics - show table section with basic statistics.


Show Advanced Statistics - show table section with advanced statistics.


Show AI Statistics - show table section with artificial intelligence statistics.


Show Calculations - show table section with locked in profit portions calculations.


Position - options of locating the statistics table on the screen.


Text Size - statistics table text size.



TRADING REPORTS SETTINGS


Show List Of Orders - display a trading report table with a list of all trades for the selected period.


Show Entry Prices - show entry prices by signals.


Position - options of locating the reports table on the screen.


Text Size - reports table text size.



TRADING STATISTICS SETTINGS


Count BUY Signals - take into account Buy signals in statistics.


Count SELL Signals - take into account Sell signals in statistics.


Count False Breakouts - count false breakouts of trailing stop in statistics.


Statistics Start Time - start date and time of the reporting period.


Statistics End Time - end date and time of the reporting period.


All Time Statistics - the earliest possible start date of the reporting period.


End Time Is Now - use the current moment as the end date of the reporting period.


Amount - amount of position.


Leverage - size of leverage.


Exchange Commission - exchange commission %.


Fixed Position - Fix the amount of position. If this option is set, then the amount of each position will be the same, if not, then the amount of positions will change depending on the result of previous trades.


TP1 Level - distance of the first take profit level, as a % of the entry price.


TP2 Level - distance of the second take profit level, as a % of the entry price.


TP3 Level - distance of the third take profit level, as a % of the entry price.


TP4 Level - distance of the fourth take profit level, as a % of the entry price.


TP1 Amount - portion of the position that will be closed if the price reaches take-profit 1.


TP2 Amount - portion of the position that will be closed if the price reaches take-profit 2.


TP3 Amount - portion of the position that will be closed if the price reaches take-profit 3.


TP4 Amount - portion of the position that will be closed if the price reaches take-profit 4.


Dynamic TP - portion of the position that will be closed on dynamic take profit levels.


Dynamic TP Interval - interval between dynamic take profit levels.


Close Position - options for closing rest portion of the position that was not closed at the take profit levels (TP1-TP4):

  1. Extremum - based on the price extremum.

  2. Average - based on the average value between the price extremum and the trailing-stop.

  3. Trailing-stop - based on the trailing-stop.



ADDITIONAL SETTINGS


Show Moving Average 1 - display the first moving average line, which is used in the averaging strategy.


MA1 Length - period of the first moving average.


MA1 Type - type of the first moving average: Simple Moving Average or Exponential Moving Average.


Show Moving Average 2 - display the second moving average line, which is used in the averaging strategy.


MA2 Length - period of the second moving average.


MA1 Type - type of the second moving average: Simple Moving Average or Exponential Moving Average.


Show Trend Lines - display support and resistance trend lines.


Show Pivot Point - display the point of price rebounds from support or resistance levels.


Show Support and Resistance - display horizontal support and resistance levels.



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