Coinrule uses only confirmed “closed prices” to trigger events. This removes intra-candle volatility and ensures a more accurate signal is used for your strategy.

How would the above rule logic be interpreted: 'MA (9) crossing below price'?

The latest closed MA (9) candle value is compared to the close price of the previous closed candle.

Generally, all crossing events (no matter the indicator) are evaluated like this:

The rule engine will always evaluate the value of price or an indicator of the 'latest closed candle' and compare it to a value, be it price or an indicator, of the previous closed candle.

The rule will trigger immediately with the opening of the new candle.

Example 1

For the above condition to trigger, the 30 minutes BB Upper Band value in the latest Closed Candle must have crossed above the EMA(55) value. See below for the exact calculation steps:

Example 2

For the above condition to trigger, the 30 minutes MFI value in the latest Closed Candle must have been lower than 50. See below for the exact calculation steps:


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