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Help us decide on our next technical analysis indicator!

Help us decide on our next technical analysis indicator!

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Help us decide on our next technical analysis indicator!

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Hello fellow crypto-enthusiasts!

As you may or may not know by now, ITT (Intelligent Trading Tech) is committed to adoption and awareness of cryptocurrencies. Our mission is to help investors scan, analyze and interpret markets and price action 24/7 without having to go through the nitty gritty chart grinding, to help them decide what to buy, and when.

At this point in time we are in the beta stage with a fully functional Telegram bot that sends out trading signals generated by the most popular indicators out there:

  • Short & Long Moving Averages
  • RSI, Relative Strength Index
  • Ichimoku Clouds (TBA)

We'd love for the community to help us decide on what to build next and why.

Please help us solve some of the following questions, but don't worry about answering every single one if you can't:

  • What is the most useful T.A. indicator (other than the 3 mentioned) to you and why?
  • In what kind of market does this indicator work best? Trending markets? Sideways markets?
  • What kind of signs or values are you looking for when using this indicator?
  • Does it work well specifically well for you in conjunction with a 2nd indicator? Which one?
  • Do you use it for determining entry points, exit points, or both? How?
  • Which timeframe or periods do you prefer while using it?
  • What are some of the negatives sides of this indicator, if you had to name a few?

We have a long list of features that will be supported in the future but would prefer to give you carte blanche regarding this task, in order to get the most untainted view possible from the community. Meaning there's a chance your favorite indicator will end up in our bot exactly the way you like it most!

By the way, if you'd like to join and try out our beta bot, sign up for it and come say hello in our Telegram channel!

Thank you all,
The ITT Team.

Website: http://intelligenttrading.org/
Telegram: https://t.me/intelligenttrading





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2 months ago

My favorite indicator is the dynamic momentum index. It is alot like the relative strength index. It is used for entry and exit points. I use it for both. Preferred time frame is same as relative strength index 14 days but the difference is that it can be adjusted for different times if needed.

1 year ago

I favor MACD, because it is very flexible for both buying and selling. The timing in my opinion is best on the 4 hour to 1 day charts, as anything shorter is too subject to volatility and anything longer suffers from a great deal of lag from oscillators. https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-top-best-technical-indicators-...

1 year ago

By keeping up-to-date on crypto trading strategies and continuously researching the best tips, you may be able to consistently earn a profit through trading. I haven’t been doing it for very long but I have been able to earn consistent profitability.

1 year ago

Tass Will computers(Software) be able use events in the world to predict how the market will go for the investor; when to invest and will quantum computers play a role in the future too; to predict what the market will do; will the software be different with quantum computers and how will the investor benefit?. Thank you Have a good Year.

1 year ago

I am relatively new to trading and especially crypto trading since this is a new area. In statistics, one of the most important numbers was the h value. That dictates how valuable the statistic reports are. In trading this term is the ADX or average directional index. This value will give the certainty of the change. It is a simple tool that allows you judge trading values based on how solid the information. This number is indicated as either positive or negative depending on an uptrend or downtrend.

1 year ago

Well,I truly believe crypto-currencies are future gold.I'm actively trading forex over 2 years now and I'm enthusiastic about crypto-currencies too.In trading I use macd as my main indicator.Trendlines also helps to determine breakouts and critical reversal points.To me some knowledge about price action and mix with macd,trendline will improve anyone's trading.

1 year ago

The first indicator is more than an indicator, and closer to a ‘field-of-study’ within technical analysis. Because trading on short-term time frames exposes traders to the complexity of ‘lag’ within a market, price action is one of the more popular ways of performing technical analysis with a short-term approach. The reason this is so popular is because price action removes technical indicators from the equation and instead focuses on price and price alone. Price action can be used to grade trends, identify support and resistance levels, and to show traders potential entry opportunities in markets.

1 year ago

Mani John new user

ITT’s platform learns from historical time series of price and volume. ITT’s data bots are constantly scanning and learning from the vast array of data available on the internet. This is something that the machine learning helps with - because at times mere humans may perceive the cryptocurrency market as unpredictable when in fact clear patterns emerge when reading between the lines. Applying artificial intelligence and technical analysis, our fleet of data bots follow real-time data sources and send you actionable alerts for success in cryptocurrency markets.

1 year ago

Bitcoin has really gone up in the past year at an alarming rate! Bitcoin does often have an inverse relationship to the market when it is part of a trading pair, I'd like an indicator that factors the volume of the bitcoin volume and the amount the bitcoing increases. Seems to me TA often gets ignored when there is a BTC pump. So the TA of BTC and real time market shifts of BTC should factor into any TA of other currencies and tokens, Intelligent trading at this time is very important because the volatility of BTC is off the charts and lots of money can be lost or gained through investing in bitcoin.

1 year ago

MACD is probably the one i'm most interests, in seeing integrated, it tends to be an earlier indicator for upcoming trends, or atleast it seems to be when i've used it with RSI

1 year ago

ITT most appreciabe area for someone like me who has no strong background in crypto trading, this comes in handing as Oftentimes an individual may it difficult in making the right decisions which the intelligent bot is able to take out the guess work and make the right decisions for the individual. ITT has done a coomendabe job in coming out with this amazing product which am sure alot of crypto ethusiats will find useful.

1 year ago

This is a very good presentation. The goal of the Intelligent Trading Technologies was stated clearly and straight to point in the video. Most people are definitely overwhelmed by the the amount of the data on Bitcoin and so on. It is no doubt that many people will try this platform due to its effective advertising.

1 year ago

From the perspective of someone who isn't an advanced technical analysis reader, the most helpful thing for me is Relative Strength Index (RSI) that can be adjusted over different periods rather than just the standard 14 day, and a simple or smoothed moving average to track 14, 50, 100 and 200 day averages.

1 year ago

I am new to crypto trading but I'm getting the hang of it pretty well. Knowing a little finance I first though I could use the Sharpe ratio to calculate risk-adjusted return, but I'm finding a lot of algorithms that could be used instead.

1 year ago

My favorite indicator is the dynamic momentum index. It is alot like the relative strength index. It is used for entry and exit points. I use it for both. Preferred time frame is same as relative strength index 14 days but the difference is that it can be adjusted for different times if needed.

1 year ago

MACD If the lines are above zero it's an uptrend, if below downtrend. When the fast line crosses the slow line it's an entry point signal. If it crosses from below the price will go up, if from above it's breaking down. It's like MA with an extra kick, useful for trend and momentum trading. It is more useful on longer term charts. Dowside is that it follow the price, doesn't predict much

1 year ago

I will like to see a working trading algorithm based on both technical analysis and buy sell volume, that can provide high accuracy buy/sell signals for high volume cryptos like btc, eth, ltc etc.

1 year ago

Since BTC often has an inverse relationship to markets when it is part of a trading pair, I'd like an indicator that factors BTC volume and percent increase. Seems to me TA often gets thrown out the window when there is a BTC pump. So TA of BTC and real time market shifts of BTC should factor into any TA of other currencies/tokens.

1 year ago

I don't really use a lot of markers, but here is a list: In orde of specificity: 1. Current market cap (to get a general idea on the potential growth of a company) 2. Volume (monthly / day / sometimes 4 hour charts) MACD 3. Moving averages set to 50/100/200 days to gauge the market trend and find support levels 4. Exponential moving averages set to 13 and 34 to gauge 30 minute trends (for finding the "optimal" (if such a thing exists...) entry and exit point). 5. Fibonacci retracement level on the day chart.

1 year ago

I come at crypto trading from an institutional equity background - which previously meant access to a Bloomberg terminal. The only tool from there I'm really missing are the Tom Demark indicators, TD Sequential and Combo. No idea if they'd be accessible. That would be a dream! Powerful entry and exit points. The most reliable in my experience. Trouble is it's a proprietary series and would presumably cost $. Over the years, I had regularly requested Bloomberg develop a 'bot' of sorts (Requesting for long enough that this would have been before the word 'bot' entered anyone's lexicon...) to highlight TA strategy points, including Demark's "Red 13" and to save me trawling through 100s of charts each morning/evening. ITT has already answered many of my prayers on that front though - and will surely save me from missing many future signals. Adding Demark would be incredible. Failing that, highlighting the most powerful candle formations would be potentially useful.

1 year ago

Just reading up on Demark indicators, never heard of them before, but they look like a fantastic tool. Thanks!

1 year ago

My personal favorite indicator are Bollinger bands, because they allow me to quickly see chart anomalies, discover potential entry and exit points and anticipate breakouts and trend reversals. In my experience, bands work best in sidewards or moderately trending markets, but during strong breakouts, they are less useful. In a sideways market, I look for dips below the lower band to identify entry points. A narrowing of the bands also often precedes a strong market movement, and a repeated "bump" against one of the bands can be indicative of a reversal. I use them in combination with an exponential moving average (and the usual combination of RSI and MACD), which I find gives me a better chance to predict where a potential strong movement might be headed. When a chart dips below the lower band, I consider that a good entry point, and try to exit once it breaks through the upper band. I find Bollinger bands to be most useful in 1- and 4 hour views. As for negatives, Bollinger bands alone are only an indication of relative current value, but in themselves cannot predict the direction a market will head (although a breakout oftentimes indicates a trend in that direction)

1 year ago