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  Setting up a Selling Threshold
Posted by: spoons24 - 05-20-2019, 10:35 PM - Forum: Automated Trading - No Replies

I am super new to Gekko and trading in general. Is it possible to program a strategy to sell if a high or low value is reached? For example, if the current price of BTC is 8000, and I want to sell the full amount if it reaches 10,000 or sell the full amount if it drops down to 7,500, can I do that with Gekko? Currently in Coinbase Pro (GDAX) won't let you set two limits on the same coin, you have to split it. If anyone knows, that would be helpful. Thanks!


  after restart traders lost on pi 3
Posted by: PesiHUN - 05-16-2019, 01:36 PM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

Hi, I have a raspberry pi 3 and i installed gekko, started 2 paper trader working perfectly, did some trade, but after reboot/restart they lose the traders and the market watchers, I think its kinda unsafe if I have a live trader and i get an electrical downtime than after its back and my pi start, I lose all my traders, positions left open etc.
Is there any solution or it should be saved juts my configuration is bad?

Ty for your answers


  After reboot paper/live trader lost?
Posted by: PesiHUN - 05-15-2019, 08:03 AM - Forum: Technical Discussion - No Replies

Hi, I have a raspberry pi 3 and i installed gekko, started 2 paper trader working perfectly, did some trade, but after reboot/restart they lose the traders and the market watchers, I think its kinda unsafe if I have a live trader and i get an electrical downtime than after its back and my pi start, I lose all my traders, positions left open etc.
Is there any solution or it should be saved juts my configuration is bad?

Ty for your answers


  Help charting my trades
Posted by: Henry151 - 05-13-2019, 11:36 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

Hey there,

I've got this record of trades; it's a csv file,

date,time,buy_or_sell,btc_amount,price_in_usd

Code:
2019-02-16,23:21:19,BUY,0.25866,3618.07

2019-02-21,19:31:06,SELL,0.258402,3924.96

2019-02-22,07:21:02,BUY,0.257734,3930.67

2019-02-24,20:51:11,SELL,0.257476,3795.87

2019-02-26,05:12:16,BUY,0.256694,3804.09

2019-02-26,08:02:20,SELL,0.253688,3809.16

2019-02-27,14:11:20,BUY,0.256693,3802.46

2019-02-27,23:01:12,SELL,0.256436,3793.08

2019-02-28,16:41:16,BUY,0.254123,3823.35

2019-03-02,08:53:15,SELL,0.253869,3803.5

2019-03-04,04:21:12,BUY,0.254982,3782.31

2019-03-04,07:11:16,SELL,0.254727,3746.68

2019-03-04,10:41:00,BUY,0.258865,3683.5

2019-03-04,11:21:22,SELL,0.258606,3708.57

2019-03-06,00:42:14,BUY,0.2501,3831.03

2019-03-11,13:31:17,SELL,0.24985,3865.98

2019-03-12,01:11:13,BUY,0.252005,3829.98

2019-03-12,08:01:03,SELL,0.251753,3864.9

2019-03-13,10:21:19,BUY,0.252489,3848.44

2019-03-13,11:45:05,SELL,0.083982,3857.3

2019-03-15,06:51:18,BUY,0.250519,3881.62

2019-03-18,15:12:06,SELL,0.250268,3979.96

2019-03-20,01:11:11,BUY,0.249339,3990.92

2019-03-21,18:52:08,SELL,0.24909,3969.08

2019-03-24,18:31:06,BUY,0.247799,3986.12

2019-03-24,20:41:09,SELL,0.247551,3979.54

2019-03-25,12:21:11,BUY,0.247415,3977.05

2019-03-25,13:31:13,SELL,0.247168,3984.86

2019-03-25,18:41:19,BUY,0.250138,3933.78

2019-03-25,22:21:05,SELL,0.249888,3920

2019-03-26,07:31:16,BUY,0.250064,3914.24

2019-03-26,08:01:17,SELL,0.249814,3928.96

2019-03-28,00:22:12,BUY,0.243673,4023.9

2019-04-02,04:41:11,SELL,0.243429,4420.91

2019-04-03,04:52:24,BUY,0.219459,4828.78

2019-04-11,13:11:06,SELL,0.222397,5031.45

2019-04-12,01:32:04,BUY,0.22625,4941.63

2019-04-12,02:41:05,SELL,0.226024,4965

2019-04-13,11:02:08,BUY,0.223344,5018.41

2019-04-13,12:11:09,SELL,0.223121,5030.38

2019-04-14,04:01:10,BUY,0.222771,5034.16

2019-04-14,07:11:14,SELL,0.222548,5019.5

2019-04-15,07:51:07,BUY,0.217372,5134.24

2019-04-15,22:51:07,SELL,0.217154,5036.45

2019-04-17,12:21:17,BUY,0.21121,5171.43

2019-04-21,13:12:05,SELL,0.210999,5217.14

2019-04-23,16:21:12,BUY,0.199245,5520.86

2019-04-25,00:11:13,SELL,0.199046,5424.4

2019-04-25,22:01:02,BUY,0.200879,5369.53

2019-04-26,00:51:06,SELL,0.200678,5253.93

2019-04-26,16:11:07,BUY,0.201232,5232.79

2019-04-26,17:32:10,SELL,0.201031,5279.6

2019-04-28,19:01:16,BUY,0.199769,5308.34

2019-04-29,14:01:21,SELL,0.199569,5252.95

2019-05-01,08:32:20,BUY,0.196386,5333.32

2019-05-06,04:22:17,SELL,0.19619,5698

2019-05-07,14:21:03,BUY,0.189746,5886


The trading happened on binance, with the btc-USDT pair.

I am struggling getting it into a nice visual representation, to help me understand how my bot has been doing, what circumstances it's doing the right things in and where it needs adjustment, etc.

Can someone help me get this data superimposed over a chart of the BTC price in a meaningful way? I would really, really appreciate it.

Thanks so much for any time spent helping me. And if anybody wants the parameters that I used for the gekko instance that made these trades, if you will help me get this data charted I will be totally happy to share my settings with you.


  Add New Echange for cryptofacilities
Posted by: ebinum - 05-13-2019, 07:31 AM - Forum: Other exchanges - No Replies

can someone please code a script for cryptofacilities, it is owened by kraken and there isnt one bot on the internet for.

unless someone has one allready and there not sharing

thanks in advancve!


  setting up gekko with docker
Posted by: andydean565 - 05-08-2019, 05:16 PM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

hey guys,

just an fyi I'm very new to gekko and dont have much experience in docker. having an issue with setting up my gekko project the docker way on my local machine. 

my gekko container does not seem to be booting up due to it not finding a file / dir but dont know where i should look in the code. iv keep everything default but followed the "installing gekko" doc and it worked fine just through node on my windows machine.

Code:
PS C:\Users\andre\Projects\gekko> docker-compose up -d
Starting gekko_redis_1 ... done
Starting gekko_gekko_1 ... done
PS C:\Users\andre\Projects\gekko> docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE               COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS               NAMES
a35dc2932123        redis:latest        "docker-entrypoint.s…"   15 minutes ago      Up 4 seconds        6379/tcp            gekko_redis_1
PS C:\Users\andre\Projects\gekko> docker logs -f gekko_gekko_1
standard_init_linux.go:207: exec user process caused "no such file or directory"
standard_init_linux.go:207: exec user process caused "no such file or directory"
PS C:\Users\andre\Projects\gekko>


thanks in advance for any help and let me know if anything else is needed to find the issue.


  Gekko's plans for new features from Green Gekko mod
Posted by: telnemri - 05-08-2019, 11:15 AM - Forum: Feature Requests - No Replies

Hi,

I guess this question is more or less for Askmike and mark-sch..

Is there a plan to integrate some of the features added by mark-sch's mod to the native gekko? There are some really nice features he has added, but for example, if I want to use the green gekko now, I would need to migrate all of the existing sqllite db file to postgresql.. I would also need to modify many of my already existing strategies to take advantage of the new features below..

That's all fine at the moment, but from a maintainability perspective, when a new release of native gekko comes out, I don't want to be going back and forth between the two builds to figure out which one I'd like to use today..

So my question is, are any of the below features planned to be integrated in the next release of gekko?

  • Extended trading-strategy possibilities:
    • Heikin-Ashi candles core support, e.g. use candle.ha.close instead of candle.close inside your strategy
    • set trading amount while giving advice (e.g. buy with 50% of my portfolio)
    • allow market making or market taking order execution options
    • speedup in the internal event pipeline. Force undelayed advice execution by setting config.tradingAdvisor.fastAdviceEmit: true
    • receive "onCandle" events to allow developers building multi-timeframe strategies.
    • receive "onAdvice" events for plugin-to-plugin communication, e.g. notify the strategy with telegram initiated advices, or create containers with multiple strategies.
  • Core enhancements to write async trading strategies with new async tulip and talib wrappers. The new Green Gekko core is able to wait for async strategies without running into race conditions and allows developers to write multi-timeframe and multi-market strategies.


  Newbie: after installation, no home page, just "Index of /gekko"...
Posted by: jiminy - 05-05-2019, 07:35 AM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

I have installed gekko on my Mac Server, home network with SSL.

I seemed to successfully go through the installation process. I installed nodejs, git ,downloaded and installed Gekko, installed Gekko's dependencies and Gekko's Broker's dependencies

I got to the final message:

- - - - - -

Gekko v0.6.8

I'm gonna make you rich, Bud Fox. 

Serving Gekko UI on https://mywebsite.co.uk:443/gekko

- - - - - -

When I visit the UI this is all I see:

- - - - - -

Index of /gekko

Parent Directory
.dockerignore
.editorconfig
.env
.git/
.github/
.gitignore
.prettierrc
.travis.yml
CONTRIBUTING.md
Dockerfile
LICENSE
README.md
SECRET-api-keys.json
appveyor.yml
config/
core/
docker-compose.yml
docker-entrypoint.sh
docs/
exchange/
gekko.js
importers/
logs/
node_modules/
package-lock.json
package.json
plugins.js
plugins/
sample-config.js
strategies/
subscriptions.js
test/
web/

Apache Server at mywebsite.co.uk Port 80

- - - - - -

Have missed something in the installation process. 

Any suggestions on how to fix would be appreciated.

Thanks

Jim


  noob question regarding config file
Posted by: elvolvis - 05-01-2019, 03:03 PM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

Hi guys,

Can anyone clear this up for me..

If im using the web ui, do I still have to configure the config.js file?

I,e. Do I have to put my API keys and tell it which exchange/pair to use etc..

Im puzzled by this because obviously you have to add API in the web ui.. also to setup gmail alerts is done within config.js..

So basically, do you only edit the config.js if you plan on just using CLI? 

Thanks


  CLI Data Question
Posted by: gkendrick - 05-01-2019, 02:42 AM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

I'm trying to figure out what the info/debug is saying (see screen shot). And what do I need to do to get the correct data problem. 

.png   Screen Shot 05-02-19 at 10.05 PM.PNG (Size: 70.03 KB / Downloads: 12)

In my config.js

config.tradingAdvisor = {
  enabled: true,
  method: 'BBO',
  candleSize: 240,  // 4 hours
  historySize: 20,
}