This introductory article is crucial for those who want to deepen their knowledge of Vector's language Editor.
The Language Editor is a versatile tool that can be very useful for all traders after mastering its settings. Becoming a Pro in this module is challenging and will demand previous programming knowledge. Just as it presents vast resources for traders who decide to use it, the Language Editor also brings certain initial challenges in its understanding and mostly in its mastering.
In order to help new users throughout this journey, we have produced this article to clarify the different types of strategies presented in the Editor, and when each one’s executions happen!
Types of Strategies
There are five different types of strategies in the Language Editor. Out of them, three are most widely known (Coloring, Execution, and Indicator), but there is also Selection (which can be used in place of the Screening Filters) and Alerts (to create, for example, an alarm for when an RSI is indicating overbuy) strategies. It’s worth mentioning that a strategy can be considered multiple types of strategies, being both a Coloring and an Indicator strategy, for example.
With this in mind, we have created five articles that go into more details about each type of strategy:
For further info about the functions mentioned above, read the following content by our partner Nelogica (available in Brazilian Portuguese). The document has a downloadable PDF file with the tool’s functions at the end of the text: Strategies Module.
We also recommend watching the introductory playlist about the module on this link (Available in Brazilian Portuguese).
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