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Strategy-Templates

The following templates are FREE to duplicate and then change conditions as per your specific needs. Just click on the link and the Duplicate button.


Also these links will give you an insight to the various keywords available to build your conditions


https://tradetron.tech/html-view/keywords

https://blog.tradetron.tech/node/21


Straddle Strategy template with different stoploss

This template is for creating Straddle Strategy with different SL.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/166158


Delta Neutral - Gamma Scalping Strategy template

This template is for creating Delta Neutral - Gamma Scalping Strategy.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/150912


Supertrend with position sizing strategy template

This template is for creating strategy using Supertrend indicator.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/135883


Highest Highs & Lowest Lows strategy template

This template is for creating strategy using highest highs & lowest lows.

Link: https://www.tradetron.tech/strategy/126170


MACD Crossover strategy template

This template is for creating MACD Crossover Strategy.

Link: https://www.tradetron.tech/strategy/115708


Renko Supertrend Strategy

This template is for creating Renko Supertrend Strategy.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/109511


Range Breakout Strategy - SL based quantity

This template is for creating range breakout strategy with stop loss based quantity.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/105311


Options - Calendar Spread Strategy Template

This template is for creating option calendar spread strategy.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/86376


Inside Bar Setup Template

This template is for creating strategy based on inside bar setup.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/36179


Fibonacci Pivot Points Template

This template is for creating strategy using Fibonacci Pivot Points.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/63203


Repair continuous conditions

This template is for creating opening range breakout with repair continuous condition.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/46019


Short Straddle with SLM orders

This template is for creating short straddle with SLM order.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/40514


Pivot Points template

This template is for creating pivot points strategy.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/37534 


Strangles ( days left to expiry strike selection)

Link:https://tradetron.tech/strategy/56964


Range Breakout Strategy

This template is for creating opening range strategy i.e. it buys when price breaks opening range on the upside & sell when price breaks opening range on the down side. It has exit criteria based on stoploss & target price

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/1378


Nifty Covered call with EMA & ADX

This template is for creating covered call strategy. It will buy Nifty futures and short call option based on EMA & ADX entry condition. It has exit based on target price of future or call option.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/3213


Mean reversion Bollinger Bands

This template is for intraday mean reversion strategy using Bollinger Bands indicator. It will take long trade when close crosses above lower BB and exit on target, SL or when close crosses above upper BB. whichever condition occurs first.

It will take short trade when close crosses below upper BB. Exit on target, SL or when close crosses below lower BB. whichever condition occurs first.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/2065 


Option Strategy – Nifty Short Straddle (with SL)

This template is for Nifty Short straddle strategy. It will enter ATM short CE & PE at 9:25 a.m and Exit based on SL or at 3:10 p.m

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/5401


Heiken Ashi + Moving Average

This template is for creating strategy based on Heiken Ashi candle & SMA

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/6537


Bull Call Spread

A bull call spread consists of one long call with a lower strike price and one short call with a higher strike price. A bull call spread is established for a net debit (or net cost) and profits as the underlying stock rises in price.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/48


Bull put spread

A bull put spread consists of one short put with a higher strike price and one long put with a lower strike price.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/49


Synthetic Call

A synthetic call is an options strategy that uses stock shares and put option to simulate the performance of a call option. This gives the investor a theoretically unlimited growth potential with a specific limit to the amount risked.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/50


Covered Call

A covered call is an options strategy involves trades in both the underlying stock or futures and an options contract. The trader buys the underlying stock or futures. They will then sell call options for the same number (or less) of share held and then wait for the options contract to be exercised or to expire.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/51


Long Combo

A long Combo strategy is a Bullish Trading Strategy employed when a trader is expecting the price of a stock, he is holding to move up. It involves selling an OTM Put and buying an OTM Call.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/52


Collar Option Strategy

A collar is an options trading strategy that is constructed by holding shares of the underlying stock while simultaneously buying protective puts and selling call options against that holding.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/53


Bear Call Spread

A bear call spread is achieved by purchasing call options at a specific strike price while also selling the same number of calls with the same expiration date, but at a lower strike price. The maximum profit to be gained using this strategy is equal to the credit received when initiating the trade.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/54


Bear Put Spread

A bear put spread is a type of vertical spread. It consists of buying one put in hopes of profiting from a decline in the underlying stock, and writing another put with the same expiration, but with a lower strike price, as a way to offset some of the cost.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/55


Protective call

The protective call is a hedging strategy whereby the trader, who has a short position in the underlying security, buys call options to guard against a rise in the price of that security

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/56


Covered Put

Covered Put is the options trading strategy which involves shorting the underlying asset, along with selling a put option on the same number of shares. By doing this, the trader is able to generate income in the form of premium for writing the put option.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/57


Long Straddle

A long straddle is a combination of buying a call and buying a put, both with the same strike price and expiration. Together, they produce a position that should profit if the stock makes a big move either up or down.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/58


Short straddle

A short straddle is an options strategy comprised of selling both a call option and a put option with the same strike price and expiration date. It is used when the trader believes the underlying asset will not move significantly higher or lower over the lives of the options contracts.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/59


Strangle

The long strangle, also known as buy strangle or simply "strangle", is a neutral strategy in options trading that involve the simultaneous buying of a slightly out-of-the-money put and a slightly out-of-the-money call of the same underlying stock and expiration date

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/60


Short Strangle

A short strangle consists of one short call with a higher strike price and one short put with a lower strike. Both options have the same underlying stock and the same expiration date, but they have different strike prices. Potential loss is unlimited if the stock price rises and substantial if the stock price falls.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/61


Long Call Butterfly

A long butterfly spread with calls is a three-part strategy that is created by buying one call at a lower strike price, selling two calls with a higher strike price and buying one call with an even higher strike price. All calls have the same expiration date, and the strike prices are equidistant.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/65


Long Call Calendar spread

Running a calendar spread with calls means you’re selling and buying a call with the same strike price, but the call you buy will have a later expiration date than the call you sell. You’re taking advantage of accelerating time decay on the front-month (shorter-term) call as expiration approaches.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/68


Reverse Calendar Call Spread

A reverse calendar spread is a type of unit trade that involves buying a short-term option and selling a long-term option on the same underlying security with the same strike price. It is the opposite of a conventional calendar spread

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/69


Reverse Calendar Put Spread

A reverse calendar spread is a type of unit trade that involves buying a short-term option and selling a long-term option on the same underlying security with the same strike price. It is the opposite of a conventional calendar spread

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/70


SIP Template

This template buys all stocks of banknifty index on 1st trading day of every month.

Link: https://tradetron.tech/strategy/223