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Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

Entry Strategies

The Commodity Channel Index is an oscillator type indicator used to determine the direction of the price action by identifying trends. The indicator does not have a set range; however, it is created so that the majority of the price action will be contained be...

Relative Strength Index (RSI)

Entry Strategies

The Relative Strength Index is an indicator used to determine if a stock or asset is overbought or oversold. The indicator consists of a line that moves between 0 and 100. RSI line is plotted usually by using 14 (standard but adjustable) previous candles worth...

Simple Moving Average (SMA)

Entry Strategies

The Simple Moving Average (SMA) is an arithmetic moving average indicator. This indicator is displayed as a line that overlaps the candles on the graph. This line is often used to see if the current price action is above or below the line. If the price action ...

Exponential Moving Average (EMA)

Entry Strategies

Before reading this documentation please check the Simple Moving Average (SMA) documentation, this will make a lot more sense afterward. The Exponential Moving Average is a type of moving average indicator that takes into account the average among previous ca...

Weighted Moving Average (WMA)

Entry Strategies

Before reading this documentation please check the Simple Moving Average (SMA) documentation, this will make a lot more sense afterward. The Weighted Moving Average is a type of moving average indicator that takes into account the average among previous candl...

Bollinger Bands® (BB)

Entry Strategies

Bollinger Bands® is an indicator that consists of two trend lines. The upper trendline is usually set up with two standard deviations (modifiable) from a 20 (modifiable) period Simple Moving Average (SMA), the bottom trendline is calculated the same way howeve...

Price Change (%)

Entry Strategies

Price Change (%) is an indicator that uses previous candle data to see by what percentage the market has changed. Usage on BravoBot There are two ways to use this entry strategy on BravoBot. The first method is simply requiring the percentage to be higher th...

Chaikin Money Flow (CMF)

Entry Strategies

The Chaikin Money Flow is an indicator measuring the amount of Money Flow Volume over a specific period. It is calculated by adding Money Flow Volume for a specific period (usually 20 or 21 days). The indicator fluctuates above and below 0 (-1 to +1). The ind...

Rate of Change (ROC)

Entry Strategies

The Rate of Change is a momentum oscillator indicator measuring the percent change in price between periods. It uses the previous closing price and compares it with the closing price “n” periods ago. When ROC is negative, the price goes down. When the ROC is p...

Stochastic Relative Strength Index (STOCH RSI)

Entry Strategies

The Stochastic Relative Strength Index is an oscillator indicator used to determine if a stock or an asset is overbought or oversold, similar to how the Relative Strength Index indicator is used. It is calculated by taking the Relative Strength Index lows and ...

Stochastic Oscillator (STOCH)

Entry Strategies

The Stochastic Oscillator is a momentum indicator used to identify the price's speed or momentum. It is calculated by measuring the level of the close relative to the high-low range over a period of time. This indicator is used to identify reversals before the...

Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD)

Entry Strategies

The Moving Average Convergence/Divergence is a momentum oscillator indicator used to identify the trend and momentum of an asset or stock. The indicator consists of two lines, the MACD Line, Signal Line, and a histogram.  This indicator is used to identify th...

Grid Trading Strategy

Exit Strategies

The grid trading strategy is a very powerful exit strategy for cryptocurrency bots, due to crypto’s high volatility. The grid trading strategy allows for multiple buy orders after entering a trade along with a take profit. If the price of the coin drops the gr...

Delayed Trailing Stop-Loss

Exit Strategies

Delayed Trailing Stop-Loss is a combination of regular stop-loss and trailing stop-loss. It starts with regular stop-loss to minimize the loss if the position drops in value. If the price goes up, there is an activation percentage, once the price action meets ...

Trailing Stop-Loss

Exit Strategies

Trailing stop-loss is a stop-loss that does not have a fixed stop-loss position. Once you enter a position regular stop-loss has a fixed position and does not move with the price action, while trailing stop-loss will. Learn more about regular stop-loss here. ...

Stop-Loss and Take-Profit

Exit Strategies

What is Stop-Loss? Stop-Loss is an order type that is placed in the case where the position starts losing the trader money. When the asset price reaches a specific price it will sell the asset to avoid further loss. For example, the trader may want to set the...

Introduction

Getting Started with BravoBot

BravoBot is a cryptocurrency trading bot platform built for Binance (more exchanges to come). It interfaces with Binance through API keys provided by the users that allow BravoBot to trade on their behalf. The users can create bots with their own rule sets and...

Prerequisites

Getting Started with BravoBot

Currently, BravoBot only supports Binance SPOT, so a Binance account is a must. BUSD Currently, BravoBot supports BUSD as the currency that will be used to enter positions, calculate profit/loss, etc. So if you wish to use BravoBot for trading, make sure you...

Live Bot Administration

Getting Started with BravoBot Familiarization

The Live Bot Administration category (found on the left side of the screen) will contain all parts related to live bots. Live bots are the bots that will be trading as the user with real BUSD through API keys. User’s crypto will be at risk when the bot is t...

Backtest Bot Administration

Getting Started with BravoBot Familiarization

The ‘Backtest Bot Administration’ category contains all aspects related to ‘backtesting bots’. Backtesting bots are bots which simulate the behaviour of live bots, but on past trading data, using imaginary money. Backtesting works by using old pricing data c...