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  Help coding my manual but algorithmic swing trade strategy
Posted by: Kobra - 03-04-2019, 08:58 PM - Forum: Strategy Development - No Replies

I have been trying automate my trading strategy which is essentially a forex swing trade strategy with support and resistance. WAVES, for example, has had since the past weeks, a support of 0.00069 BTC support and i have been trading this for a while manually. RVN also just bounced from its support of 0.0000028 BTC. Setting up a stop-loss around these support and a limit profit taking algorithm would significantly reduce my time spent at the computer. I saw some methods of converting the discrete candle stick to a continuous function and then use differentials to find maxima or minima. So, swing trade strategy can also be automated. Someone thinks he/she might help? Essentially, I go through the weekly time frame first and select coins that have bottomed. Then, i move to the daily and continue filtering, then, the 4 hourly and the 15 minutes. From the 15 minutes, depending on the trend, then i buy on lows and sell on high. If downtrend also on 15 minutes, then i buy on lower low and so on. So, i follow a strict set of rules. I have multiple accounts on binance because of the daily limit of 2 BTC. But in one account, I was trading WAVES, GRS, RVN, LUN, MITH, BCPT and DENT only and I made roughly 10 % gains per week. Since November, I doubled my BTC portfolio. Any help automating this strategy would significantly reduce my work load. I am a bit bored doing the same thing daily, despite the profits. Hope someone can help.


  Forum web SSL certificate
Posted by: mutenroch - 03-02-2019, 08:43 AM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

Hi @askmike
It seems that the forum isn’t accesible since the certificate is expired
Just can visit it with the phone. 
Regards!


Smile Adding more Information to the Mailer
Posted by: VeronicaC - 02-27-2019, 04:01 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

Is there any way to modify mailer.js so that I can include more information in the email from my strategy?


  Cannot Select Exchange to add API
Posted by: MrCoolLion - 02-27-2019, 12:55 PM - Forum: Technical Support - Replies (1)

Hello Forum members,

I am new to Gekko and have installed it on a (virtual) raspberry PI. Installation went without noticeable problems and the UI starts without an issue.
However when I try to add an Exchange in the config section the Pull-down menu does not work or there are no selections to show. I have a Binance.com key and wish to use it.

The exchange wrappers are in the wrapper folder (see printscreen)

Found this bug thread and it seams that it is exactly what I dit (npm audit fix --force) see https://github.com/askmike/gekko/issues/2585

Anybody know what I need to do to correct this ?

Can anybody help me ?

Regards,

Paul



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  German Forum?
Posted by: willi9974 - 02-25-2019, 02:16 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hello Gekko Community,

i receive my Raspberry 3 next week and will prepare me a little bit.
My english is not the best, exist a german section or a other german Gekko forum?

Best Regards from germany
Willi


  Public ip
Posted by: interlinked - 02-24-2019, 08:30 PM - Forum: Technical Support - No Replies

I have gekko set up on raspberry pi and can access iz localy on 192.168.1.98. I cannot access it on public address. Im using dynamic dns and port forwarding on my soho router.
Any help appreciate.
ps, it is set up in docker


  Wonky UI behavior
Posted by: Gorticus Smash - 02-24-2019, 06:02 AM - Forum: Technical Support - Replies (5)

Hello all

I successfully installed Gekko 0.6.8 (and also 0.6.7) on my OSX mac mini with Mojave, but after launching the UI into Chrome, the pull down menus for Importing Exchange Data for Local Data and Live Gekkos won't populate, and sometimes the pull downs won't appear at all, unless I refresh the browser page. I tried using Safari, same thing. I feel like something went wrong along the way, or I'm doing something remarkably silly.  

Any help is appreciated,
Thanks


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  Are there any step by step guides
Posted by: jacobyte - 02-22-2019, 06:53 AM - Forum: Technical Support - Replies (1)

Hello all.  I am a complete noob at both Gekko and Linux.    

I have been looking for the root directory of Gekko to start experimenting with writing my own strat.  Now, I know that linux (ubunto) comes into it somehow but for the life of me I cant work out how.  
Is there any documentation that an uber noob like me can look at to help with all this?  
I have watched the YT vid on the docs page of Gekko itself but the chap that does it doesn't show how to access the relevant files/folders.  

I know that i am being quite dumb but we all started somewhere.
  
Please help.


Lightbulb [SHARE] DEMO strategy using all BFX-HF-Indicators
Posted by: rengel - 02-20-2019, 11:03 PM - Forum: Strategy Development - Replies (1)

bfx-hf-indicators

I created a demo strategy showing how to use all indicators that are currently available in the package related to the Honey Framework from Bitfinex. These indicators or this package have been mentioned on this forum before.


As of version 1.0.2 of this package there are 44 indicators available.

Install this package

Code:
gekko> npm i bfx-hf-indicators

As it seems, I can not post any more information on this here due to spam restrictions. Maybe the URLs to github are not nice to post. Not sure. Does this work now (without links)?


Question Help for creating very basic strategy
Posted by: mininpapoune - 02-19-2019, 11:37 AM - Forum: Strategy Development - No Replies

Hello,



I am really bad at programming (and in english Wink)
I have already create strategies based on existing examples with modify them for use on binance.

But now I need your help for start Heart

I would like to create a basic and really simple strategy to automate some trades.

the principle is very simple, when a BUY ORDER place to X sathoshi, it is necessary to place a purchase SELL ORDER to X+1 satochi, and the opposite, if a SELL ORDER takes place to X sathoshi, it is necessary to place a BUY ORDER to X-1 sathoshi,

ex: I have a buy order at 25 sat which is filled so a sell order at 26 sat is automatically placed.

Thank you to those who will help me out.
(I suppose it's really simple for a good developer but I'm willing to give a small reward for the time spent helping me out. )

David