The Vortex Strategy is based on the Vortex Indicator study. Signals generated in the study are used to trigger automatic trades. This automated trading strategy was created to demonstrate the mechanics of an automatic trade and is not intended for actual use. A more comprehensive strategy that may include multiple studies, margins and stops could be developed. This strategy definition is further expressed in the code given in the calculation below.
See Vortex Indicator
See Vortex Indicator
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How To Trade using the automatic Vortex Strategy
Examine the details of the Vortex Indicator study (see link above). Use the strategy optimiser and back testing to aid in the selection of the period length. Open the strategy and configure the inputs for General, Display, Trading Options, Panel and Signals. Activate the strategy.
How To Access in MotiveWave
Go to the top menu, choose Strategies>General>Vortex Strategy
or go to the top menu, choose Add Study, start typing in this study name until you see it appear in the list, click on the study name, click OK.
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public void onActivate(OrderContext ctx) if (getSettings().isEnterOnActivate()) DataSeries series = ctx.getDataContext().getDataSeries(); int ind = series.isLastBarComplete() ? series.size()-1 : series.size()-2; Boolean buy = series.getBoolean(ind, Signals.BUY); Boolean sell = series.getBoolean(ind, Signals.SELL); if (buy == null OR sell == null) return; int tradeLots = getSettings().getTradeLots(); int qty = tradeLots * ctx.getInstrument().getDefaultQuantity(); switch(getSettings().getPositionType()) case LONG: //Only Long Positions are allowed if (buy) ctx.buy(qty); break; case SHORT: //Only Short Positions are allowed. if (sell) ctx.sell(qty); break; default: //Both Long and Short Positions Allowed if (buy) ctx.buy(qty); else ctx.sell(qty); end end endMethod public void onSignal(OrderContext ctx, Object signal) Instrument instr = ctx.getInstrument(); int position = ctx.getPosition(); int tradeLots = getSettings().getTradeLots(); int qty = tradeLots * instr.getDefaultQuantity(); switch(getSettings().getPositionType()) case LONG: //Only Long Positions are allowed. if (position == 0 AND signal == Signals.BUY) ctx.buy(qty); //Open Long Position end if (position moreThan 0 AND signal == Signals.SELL) ctx.sell(qty); //Close Long Position end break; case SHORT: //Only Short Positions are allowed. if (position == 0 AND signal == Signals.SELL) ctx.sell(qty); //Open Short Position end if (position lessThan 0 AND signal == Signals.BUY) ctx.buy(qty); //Close Short Position end break; default: //Both Long and Short Positions Allowed qty += Math.abs(position); //Stop and Reverse if there is an open position if (position lessOrEqual 0 AND signal == Signals.BUY) ctx.buy(qty); //Open Long Position end if (position moreOrEqual 0 AND signal == Signals.SELL) ctx.sell(qty); //Open Short Position end end endMethod