Converges with:

  • Select the first indicator you want to monitor for convergence.
  • Select the second indicator you want to compare for convergence.
  • Determine the direction of convergence you are interested in (e.g., from above or from below).
  • Set the criteria for convergence, such as a specific percentage or level of closeness.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of convergence between the two indicators.
  • Use the convergence as a signal to identify potential trend reversals or consolidation periods.
  • Apply additional filters or conditions to refine your strategy based on the convergence signal.
  • Adjust the parameters and test different scenarios to optimize the convergence-based strategy.
  • Crosses below:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for a downward crossover.
  • Select the indicator that will act as the threshold for the crossover.
  • Determine the direction in which the indicator should cross below (e.g., from above).
  • Set the criteria for the crossover, such as a specific price level or moving average value.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the crossover event.
  • Use the crossover as a bearish signal or to identify potential selling opportunities.
  • Implement additional criteria or filters to enhance the accuracy of the crossover-based strategy.
  • Experiment with different parameter settings and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Crosses above:

  • Identify the indicator that you want to monitor for an upward crossover.
  • Choose the indicator that will act as the threshold for the crossover.
  • Determine the direction in which the indicator should cross above (e.g., from below).
  • Set the criteria for the crossover, such as a specific price level or moving average value.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the crossover event.
  • Use the crossover as a bullish signal or to identify potential buying opportunities.
  • Incorporate additional filters or conditions to refine the crossover-based strategy.
  • Adjust the parameter values and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Diverges from:

  • Select the first indicator you want to monitor for divergence.
  • Select the second indicator that will serve as a reference for divergence.
  • Determine the direction of divergence you are interested in (e.g., bullish or bearish).
  • Set the criteria for divergence, such as a specific percentage or difference in values.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of divergence between the two indicators.
  • Use the divergence as a signal to identify potential trend reversals or shifts in momentum.
  • Apply additional conditions or filters to fine-tune the divergence-based strategy.
  • Experiment with different parameter values and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Equals:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to equal.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator reaching the desired value.
  • Use the equality event as a signal to identify specific market conditions or opportunities.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the equality signal.
  • Adjust the parameter settings and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Is Above:

  • Select the indicator that you want to monitor for being above another indicator or threshold.
  • Choose the reference indicator or threshold that will serve as the comparison point.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being above the reference.
  • Use the "is above" event as a bullish signal or to identify specific market conditions.
  • Implement additional filters or conditions to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the "is above" signal.
  • Experiment with different parameter settings and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Is At or Above:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for being at or above a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to reach or surpass.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being at or above the desired level.
  • Use the "is at or above" event as a signal for bullish conditions or specific market opportunities.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to refine the strategy based on the "is at or above" signal.
  • Adjust the parameter values and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Is At or Below:

  • Select the indicator that you want to monitor for being at or below a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to reach or fall below.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being at or below the desired level.
  • Use the "is at or below" event as a signal for bearish conditions or specific market opportunities.
  • Incorporate additional filters or conditions to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the "is at or below" signal.
  • Experiment with different parameter values and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Is Below:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for being below another indicator or threshold.
  • Select the reference indicator or threshold that will serve as the comparison point.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being below the reference.
  • Use the "is below" event as a bearish signal or to identify specific market conditions.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to refine the strategy based on the "is below" signal.
  • Adjust the parameter settings and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Converges with:

  • Select the first indicator you want to monitor for convergence.
  • Select the second indicator you want to compare for convergence.
  • Determine the direction of convergence you are interested in (e.g., from above or from below).
  • Set the criteria for convergence, such as a specific percentage or level of closeness.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of convergence between the two indicators.
  • Use the convergence as a signal to identify potential trend reversals or consolidation periods.
  • Apply additional filters or conditions to refine your strategy based on the convergence signal.
  • Adjust the parameters and test different scenarios to optimize the convergence-based strategy.
  • Crosses below:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for a downward crossover.
  • Select the indicator that will act as the threshold for the crossover.
  • Determine the direction in which the indicator should cross below (e.g., from above).
  • Set the criteria for the crossover, such as a specific price level or moving average value.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the crossover event.
  • Use the crossover as a bearish signal or to identify potential selling opportunities.
  • Implement additional criteria or filters to enhance the accuracy of the crossover-based strategy.
  • Experiment with different parameter settings and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Crosses above:

  • Identify the indicator that you want to monitor for an upward crossover.
  • Choose the indicator that will act as the threshold for the crossover.
  • Determine the direction in which the indicator should cross above (e.g., from below).
  • Set the criteria for the crossover, such as a specific price level or moving average value.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the crossover event.
  • Use the crossover as a bullish signal or to identify potential buying opportunities.
  • Incorporate additional filters or conditions to refine the crossover-based strategy.
  • Adjust the parameter values and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Diverges from:

  • Select the first indicator you want to monitor for divergence.
  • Select the second indicator that will serve as a reference for divergence.
  • Determine the direction of divergence you are interested in (e.g., bullish or bearish).
  • Set the criteria for divergence, such as a specific percentage or difference in values.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of divergence between the two indicators.
  • Use the divergence as a signal to identify potential trend reversals or shifts in momentum.
  • Apply additional conditions or filters to fine-tune the divergence-based strategy.
  • Experiment with different parameter values and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Equals:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to equal.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator reaching the desired value.
  • Use the equality event as a signal to identify specific market conditions or opportunities.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the equality signal.
  • Adjust the parameter settings and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Is Above:

  • Select the indicator that you want to monitor for being above another indicator or threshold.
  • Choose the reference indicator or threshold that will serve as the comparison point.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being above the reference.
  • Use the "is above" event as a bullish signal or to identify specific market conditions.
  • Implement additional filters or conditions to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the "is above" signal.
  • Experiment with different parameter settings and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Is At or Above:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for being at or above a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to reach or surpass.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being at or above the desired level.
  • Use the "is at or above" event as a signal for bullish conditions or specific market opportunities.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to refine the strategy based on the "is at or above" signal.
  • Adjust the parameter values and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.
  • Is At or Below:

  • Select the indicator that you want to monitor for being at or below a specific value or threshold.
  • Define the target value or level that you want the indicator to reach or fall below.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being at or below the desired level.
  • Use the "is at or below" event as a signal for bearish conditions or specific market opportunities.
  • Incorporate additional filters or conditions to enhance the accuracy of the strategy based on the "is at or below" signal.
  • Experiment with different parameter values and test various scenarios to optimize the strategy's effectiveness.
  • Is Below:

  • Choose the indicator that you want to monitor for being below another indicator or threshold.
  • Select the reference indicator or threshold that will serve as the comparison point.
  • Run the Smart Studies engine and monitor the occurrence of the indicator being below the reference.
  • Use the "is below" event as a bearish signal or to identify specific market conditions.
  • Apply additional criteria or filters to refine the strategy based on the "is below" signal.
  • Adjust the parameter settings and test different scenarios to optimize the strategy's performance.