This strategy generates buy and sell signals by calculating the crossover between the HULL Smoothed Moving Average line and the Exponential Moving Average line to determine market trend direction. It belongs to the category of medium-term trend-following strategies.
Calculate the 5-period HULL Smoothed Moving Average (HULL SMA). HULL SMA responds faster to price changes by using weighted moving averages and the square root of the period.
Calculate the 5-period Exponential Moving Average (EMA). EMA gives more weight to recent prices and is more sensitive than SMA in tracking the trend.
Generate buy and sell signals based on the crossover between HULL SMA and EMA.
When HULL SMA crosses above EMA, a buy signal is generated, indicating the short-term trend breaks out above the long-term trend, suggesting an upward price movement.
When HULL SMA crosses below EMA, a sell signal is generated, indicating the short-term trend turning down, suggesting a downward price movement.
HULL SMA is sensitive to price changes and can detect trend changes earlier.
EMA smoothes market noise and tracks long-term trends.
Crossover signals catch trend turning points in a timely manner.
Parameters can be adjusted for different trading timeframes.
Captures upside and downside trends flexibly.
More false signals may occur during range-bound markets.
Unable to determine trend strength, may lead to repeated losses in weak trends.
Price movements between the averaging intervals may be missed.
Improper parameter settings affect signal quality.
High trading frequency increases costs and slippage risks.
Improvements can be made via signal filtering, evaluating trend strength, parameter optimization, risk management, etc.
Add indicators like MACD, RSI for signal confirmation.
Incorporate trend strength indicators like ADX to avoid trading weak trends.
Optimize moving average parameters for best combinations.
Implement stop loss to control single trade loss.
Manage trade frequency and costs.
Incorporate multi-timeframe analysis to identify cross-cycle trends.
Develop auto parameter optimization programs.
This strategy judges the trend based on the crossover between the fast HULL SMA and slow EMA. It is a typical moving average crossover system. Compared to traditional moving averages, the more responsive HULL SMA provides earlier trend change detection. But parameters and supplemental indicators should be optimized to reduce false signals. With proper risk and money management, this strategy can be an efficient medium-term trend following system.
/*backtest start: 2022-10-23 00:00:00 end: 2023-10-29 00:00:00 period: 1d basePeriod: 1h exchanges: [{"eid":"Futures_Binance","currency":"BTC_USDT"}] */ //@version=5 strategy("HULL EMA Crossover", overlay = true, process_orders_on_close = true) // This source code is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public License 2.0 at https://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/ // © spiritedPerson95700 inSession = true HULL_INP = input.int(5, "Hull EMA Value") EMA_INP = input(5, "EMA Value") /// Indicator HULL_EMA = ta.hma(close, HULL_INP) EMA = ta.ema(close, EMA_INP) prevSignal = '' if (prevSignal == '') prevSignal := HULL_EMA > EMA ? 'buy' : 'sell' /// buy and sell signal buy = ta.crossover(HULL_EMA, EMA) short = ta.crossover(EMA, HULL_EMA) sell = short cover = buy if inSession if buy prevSignal := 'na' strategy.entry("long", direction = strategy.long, comment = "Buy") if sell prevSignal := 'na' strategy.close("long", comment = "Sell") if short strategy.entry("short", direction = strategy.short, comment = "Short") if cover strategy.close("short", comment = "Cover") plot(HULL_EMA, color = color.green) plot(EMA, color = color.blue) // if ( hour(time) == 15 and minute(time) > 25 ) // strategy.close("long", comment="EOD") // strategy.close("short", comment="EOD") // buy := false // sell := false // prevSignal := ''