Latest update 26.06.2022
Here you will find multiple trading setups with their past performance.
The past is our best and only tool to predict the future, but past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Our “Style of Use” in those presets is with Low and Medium risk trading - learn more here https://www.wizedec.com/styles-of-use
WizeDec settings are shown on top of the preset - it means that every ticker on that preset list uses the same WizeDec settings except the Uptrend toggle which is indicated along with the template number behind every ticker.
✓ behind the template number means that the uptrend is turned ON
x behind template number means that uptrend is turned OFF
“Monthly PnL” shows this Preset results by month without any compound.
“Monthly Compound PnL” shows last year's result with monthly compound - you will reset your “Position size in alert” in WizeDec setting once every month according to your last month's performance.
“Capital Compound Gain (2500$)” is an example capital of 2500$ gain over past year's results, taking “Monthly Compound PnL” into account.
“Position size in alert” formula (learn more here - https://www.wizedec.com/styles-of-use)
If Preset shows WizeDec Webhook “Max Open” 7 and WizeDec Settings “Maximum entries” 5, you must divide your balance for this preset by 35, while 7x5=35
Example: 2500USDT balance /35 = “Position size in alert” ≈ 70USD
Below is a quick guide on how you can make use of the WizeDec Presets. Keep in mind that there is not an absolute best option to go with, as it’s all up to personal preference with risk tolerance and even the currencies you would like to trade. Choose a preset that best fits your trading style.
STEP 1 - Make sure you have all the necessary prerequisites filled beforehand. For this, follow the WizeDec Quick Start Guide until you have completed step 3.1.
STEP 2 - Now open the WizeDec Settings in TradingView and insert your Webhook ID and “Position size in alert” according to the formula above.
STEP 3 - Import List of Cryptocurrencies form this page (ATT) to your TradingView. You can find the official guide to importing a watchlist here: ( https://www.tradingview.com/support/solutions/43000487233-how-to-import-or-export-watchlist ).
STEP 4 - Once you have our watchlist in your TradingView, it’s then the right time to choose a preset for yourself. Once you have chosen a preset, you should then set alerts to all the tickers included in the preset by going through the tickers one by one. You will find all the tickers in the watchlist that you imported.
STEP 5 - Start with the first ticker in the list. Open up a 30min chart for that ticker and apply the same settings as you can see in the preset. The number behind the tickers’ name represents the template number and the symbol behind the template number shows whether the “Higher sensitivity” input is toggled on or off.
✓ behind the template number means that higher sensitivity is turned ON
x behind template number means that higher sensitivity is turned OFF
STEP 6 - Set an alert for that ticker using the settings you just applied on the 30min timeframe. For a short guide on how to set alerts, see the 4th step in our Quick Start Guide.
STEP 7 - Repeat the process for every ticker in the preset list until you have 20 alerts set up, each for a different ticker with their own settings from the preset.