Getting Started

Everything we have to share about the MarketGod Buy and Sell Indicator for Tradingview


Hello and welcome to MarketGod Trading

Regardless of your background in trading/finance, and regardless of where you are from, thank you for taking the time to review these documents, and educate yourself on what has really become the core of my livelihood over the course of several years. Whether you are new to the MarketGod Indicator or a seasoned veteran, we appreciate your presence and hope to maintain your trading success, and ideally add value to your trades prior to making them. If you've just purchased access to MarketGod for Tradingview, we will get you added shortly. This guide aims to Establish a framework / fundamental understanding of what our tools do, so they can utilize and apply them best. In addition,If you're just getting started and don't know how to add MarketGod in the Tradingview Public Library, we recommend you start in the tutorials section for assistance.

Once you have purchased access to MarketGod, Follow us on our social platforms. This is how we keep users up to date on the latest updates and changes.

Secondly, add the following Email Address to your Contacts + Whitelisted Domains Eric Thies, [email protected] This is your main point of contact for administrative and support related issues.

Watch and review our tutorials, and other resources provided on this site. It is ever changing and we update it frequently.

User Requirements

Before we can add you to MarketGod for Tradingview on, we require the following from all our users.

Tutorial: Start using MarketGod

First, you need to Create an account on

Once the account has been made, you will need to purchase our tool, which is available here. Purchase MarketGod for Tradingview

Included with MarketGod Purchase

If hesitant to purchase, we are happy to answer any questions or address any concerns via email.

If you were not redirected or the secure link has expired, send us an email with your receipt of purchase

New User Registration

Your registration form requires information we need to add you to MarketGod.

Once purchased, users are directed to a registration process that is required for all users to complete.

Upon completion of payment, users will be redirected to a registration process that is required to be added to our permissions list for the indicators. This registration process asks for 4 pieces of information, which we handle securely and will never abuse for marketing or any other reason aside from administrative matters. Each is required for using our tool.

  1. Your Name

  2. Valid Email Address

  3. Tradingview Name

  4. Acceptance of the MarketGod User Agreement

When providing the information requested on the form, please be sure to double check your Tradingview Username. The management system we have available to us from Tradingview is case-sensitive, making it that much more important you verify your username prior to submitting the form

Tutorial: Finding Your Tradingview Username

  1. Visit the tradingview homepage:

  2. Once logged into your tradingview account, view the top right corner of the screen.

    (Alternatively, simply visit

  3. The user name that appears on the profile in front of you is your username. Submit this username to our user-registration for the account you require for MarketGod Access.

ABOVE: Finding your Tradingview Username.

Tradingview Usernames for a given user are located on

Once you have submitted your user registration, we will add you to the permissions list on You will receive confirmation from Tradingview in your account notifications that you have Indicator Access.

MarketGod Indicator Access Confirmation

Your access to MarketGod will be confirmed via notification from Below, we walk through each step that needs to be taken to find the notification.

  1. Confirmation from Tradingview

    • Tradingview automatically notifies any user of any private indicator that they have been added to a given permission list. In the event our notification is delayed or does not send, simply refresh your browser page and check this tab, highlighted below

Above: Users can see an alert from TradingView when permissions are granted for any private indicator they have access too (IE MarketGod)

Getting Started Finding MarketGod for Tradingview is simple for our users on Tradingview. Follow the guide below.

How To Find MarketGod

Login to your account on Tradingview

  1. From the homepage, click on ‘Chart’ in the top navigation bar.Select “Indicators” on the top-center-middle panel:

  2. In the indicator library, you will notice your tradingview account will now have a "invite only" section on the left-hand side. The indicator and strategy will both be available to you, and will look as the photo below

Tutorial: Finding MarketGod in Tradingview's Indicator Library

Login to your account on Tradingview

  1. From the homepage, click on ‘Chart’ in the top navigation bar.Select “Indicators” on the top-center-middle panel:

  2. In the indicator library, you will notice your tradingview account will now have a "invite only" section on the left-hand side. The indicator and strategy will both be available to you, and will look as the photo below

Above: Choose the Invite only tab in the tradingview indicator library.

Be Sure to choose the MarketGod for Tradingview [study] published by user MarketGodx. TVMARKETGOD is a previous account we needed to reset due to constraints on automated user adds we wanted to sidestep.

Once you have added MarketGod to your charts, you will want to establish alerts to maximize your trading opportunities. Follow these steps to set them correctly

We've recently upgraded our onboarding process and expect around a 5-10 minutes between users submitting registration to our system syncing and adding their permissions on our indicators.

If you find yourself waiting multiple hours without gaining access to the indicator, please email our team with a copy of your receipt and we will plan accordingly from there!

While many of our users simply wait for the "locks" next to the name to turn green, many are not aware the locks will remain red until you add the indicator and populate on your charts! Make sure to double check for this!

Once added to our permissions list, you will see a notification on your tradingview alert center. Confirmation from Tradingview in your notification center. Make sure to refresh your entire browser prior to searching 'MarketGod' in the public library.

    • Tradingview automatically notifies all users of any private indicator that they have been added to a given permission list. In the event our notification is delayed or does not send, simply refresh your browser page and check this tab, highlighted below

Tutorial: Setting Alerts

  1. From your Tradingview chart, navigate to the market or ticker and timeframes you'd like to set an alert for

  2. From the main chart, click on the alerts icon in the right panel and then click the plus (+) to open the ‘Set Alert’ menu

  3. Set the alerts for Buy and Sell, by selecting the MarketGod Indicator as the source of the alert (first drop down menu in the panel).

  4. When the source is set to MarketGod, choose 'Buy Alert' or 'Sell Alert' from the menu afterward.

  5. The frequency of the alerts should be set to your preference. We recommend the 'Once per bar close' option that sends an alert via SMS for email, without expiry, whenever the conditions are met.

  6. This option is only available through tradingview's premium plans

Customizing MarketGod

MarketGod Users can adjust the overall appearance of the indicator as they use it. For a full list on why can be customized on in entirety, please see the references to, and note this applies to every indicator in strategy that users can add from the public library

This section is related to the visual appearance of MarketGod. If you are looking for adjustments and details on how to use the V7 and MarketGodx noise filter.

Available Customizations

  • MarketGod Signal Colors

  • MarketGod Signal Type

  • MarketGod Alert Text

  • MarketGod Painted Alert Style

  • MarketGod Alert Locations

  • Tradingview Alert Text

MarketGod Customizations

For additional oscillators and indicators to use with MarketGod, add 'MarketGod Visuals' from the public library

All aspects of your chart can be customized on tradingview by going to the "chart settings" tab/settings pin wheel on the bottom right corner of screen.

General Suggested Uses

MarketGod Can Be Applied To Every Market And Chart Offered On

That Really Does Mean EVERY Market.

Know that I built the tools primarily on Bitcoin vs. USD, because that's what I personally trade. That said, it DOES work on everything from equities, commodities, precious metals, indexes, funds, etc.

Eric Thies

MarketGod can be applied to any time-frame of chart

However we recommend 30m, 1h, 4h, 6h, 1D, 3D, 1W, 2W & 1M charts

The Higher the Time-Frame Wins

If multiple signals fire at once across different time-frames, the signal from the higher time-frame should take priority over the lower.

Ex) The 1D timeframe shows a sell. At the same time, the 1W timeframe shows a buy. The 1W frame will take priority and while the price of the asset will drop for a day or two, expect the bulls to take control toward the end of the week or given period.

Tutorial: What to Do When A Buy or Sell Signal Appears

When following an alert you've received from one of our indicators, please ensure to verify its validity by making note of the environment the alert came from.

Note that any plots that appear in the middle of a given period, are not confirmed until the period is closed. Once the period closes, and the plot is present on a chart, the ALERT will then fire to users via the method they set when creating the alert.

Once you receive an alert, consider the following when making YOUR decision to buy or sell the given asset.

  • Is the market volatile historically?

  • How long ago did the alert fire?

  • are we near the higher range of a trading chart and in new territory?

  • What time-frame did the alert fire on?

These are questions you need to be asking yourself prior to making an entry or exit into a position.

MarketGod Trading has issued multiple versions of the MarketGod Indicator. They are mostly similar in the process required once an alert is painted on the chart.

Best Practices for Strategy Testing on Tradingview

  1. Use OHLC (normal) candles

  2. Always make sure the 'recalculate on every tick' is UNCHECKED in the settings panel

  3. Set slippage to reflect the fees you experience per trade

  4. Remember that a high percentage of trade profitability DOES NOT ensure the strategy is solid. A strategy with 30% win-rate can yield higher return than one with 70%+. At the end of the day, the ONLY THING THAT MATTERS IS YOUR TAKE HOME PROFIT.

Further Reading into Strategies


Plus Other External Tools Automation for our tool has always been the goal. In 2020 we are launching an offering through Trendspider, which will enable users of Trendspider to do so on their platform. In addition to the Trendspider partnership, we are hoping to ultimately automate the entire process with a bot we offer straight from our site, but at this time, the project is only in infancy and not ready to be shared with our user base. Users can follow this project once we announce it officially towards the end of 2020. At this time, to maximize your time spent on setting or changing alerts, automating your trading, or just adding more value to MarketGod, we recommend the following tools.

Pinescript Resources

Pinescript Is The Native Programming Language Of Tradingview.Com. Users Are Able To Build Their Own Indicators And Strategies Based On Technical Calculations And Plot Them All In Pine. We Will Continuously Add To The Scripts Listed Here So We Encourage You To Check Back From Time To Time. These Resources Are Also Available To Those Interested In Learning.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to use this FAQ Section:

Use the search bar above! OR use the search function in your browser. "CMD +f" is your friend here! Simply search for what you're looking for to find the answer.

Why did my indicator not send a buy or a sell when the market price changed?

If you're experiencing this, you may be using the tool for the wrong reasons. -If you were confused as to why it has not sent a buy or sell signal, there are two options-

  1. The buy and sell criteria was not triggered for a good reason. This is not a bug and you are misinterpreting the use of this tool.

  2. You can choose to make your own buys and sells without using the indicator. Just now there is a good reason the alert didn't fire

A MarketGod Alert was sent to my phone / email but nothing painted on the chart when I looked

This is an easy fix and is typically caused by one of two issues

  1. Your alerts are outdated

When we publish a new update, we recommend you reset your alerts entirely. There are tools we recommend to make this an easier process, but it must be done. We ask this because Tradingview does not automatically update the alerts that are already set, when you add a newer version of the chart. So in essence, you're receiving a ghost alert from an older version of MarketGod

  1. -You are using a very low time frame and the alerts are not confirmed when you check- -MarketGod calculated IN REAL TIME. Meaning, the algo fires the signals when the current bar meets a preset criteria. On lower-time frames, this means there are likely calculations taking place that are right on the edge of hitting the pre-established criteria. We do this as an effort to justify our integrity in calculating without repainting. Our recommendation is the wait until the alert is CONFIRMED before evaluating the signal.-

What is Repainting?

Repainting in the forex is a term that represents the trading platform indicator that repainting, meaning that indicator changes display on the chart as new price data (candles/bars) comes in. A repainting process shows that the indicator is displaying on the chart is highly accurate when it is not.

Repainting indicator

The repainting indicator is one that goes on changing in its value as an indicator repositioning its line at the point where the current price bar is forming. Such indicators take the help of future data to bring forth the values and signals for entry. In this way, repainting indicators ensure their exit and entry signals in the past look highly accurate and has zero error. The repainting indicator looks accurate on the chart but in real trading, they are not. Naturally, all Tradingview Programmers writing in pine-script will encounter questions regarding the validity of a given script, and how it handles repainting.For those who may be unfamiliar, here is the direct definition of repainting from the Tradingview Pine-Script Manual

Historical data does not include records of intra-bar movements of price; only open, high, low and close (OHLC). This leads to a script sometimes working differently on historical data and in real-time, where only the open price is known and where price will typically move many times before the real-time bar?s final high, low and close values are set after the real-time bar closes. Strategies using calc_on_every_tick=true. can trigger a repaint warning. Even strategy with parameter calc\_on\_every\_tick = false may also be prone to repainting, but to a lesser degree. Using security for requesting data from a resolution higher than the resolution of the chart?s main symbol can also trigger repainting.

Does MarketGod Repaint?


What Is MarketGod and MarketGod Trading?

MarketGod Trading is an organization committed to better enabling retail traders on their road to success. Our offering is a technical indicator that can be accessed via third party partners, like, to ultimately suggest when our users should buy and sell a given security or financial market.

Where Can We Buy Access to MarketGod for Tradingview?

Which Markets Can I Apply MarketGod On?

We've designed MarketGod to work on all of them. If a ticker is available on our partners site, we can analyze the data and apply the algorithm. This includes, but. is not limited to

  • Equities

  • Commodities


  • OTC

  • Cryptocurrencies

  • Indexes (Options)

  • ETFs & Mutual Funds

Ultimately, if you're a fan of finance, we have a solution for you. Our Financial Service is well known and the benefits towards your overall investing success will be clear.

How Do I Find MarketGod once On Tradingview?

  • From your tradingview chart, access the public indicator library near the top of the screen

  • On the left hand side, you will see a section titled "invite only".

    • If the section is not there, you are not yet on the permissions list

  • From the invite-only tab in the indicator library, you should see two options

Select either of the two available options, noting that each is published by user @marketgodx, no longer TVMarketGod

What Comes With My MarketGod Purchase?

MarketGod for Tradingview Includes

  1. MarketGod for Tradingview [study]

  2. MarketGod for Tradingview [strategy]

What Can I Use For Free?

-Regardless if you are a MarketGod customer/user, all traders on can access these tools we have published-

Do You Accept Crypto Payment

  • We accept all cryptocurrencies from all countries. By design, you may notice from time to time our cryptocurrency prices are significantly lower than the card payment.-

Is There An Affiliate Program

Yes, Register following this link Affiliate Registration

How Are We Supposed To Use MarketGod

Please see our comprehensive (and growing) collection of User-Guides and more.

How Do We Set Up MarketGod

Please view our tutorials pages to see the process for adding MarketGod to your Charts

I've Recently Purchased. My Indicator Access Is Still Locked.

Please be sure you have provided us with your username for Tradingview so we may add you to the tool.

  1. If you have Please check you have refreshed your browser, and move on to the nextstep.

  2. If you have not Please Email us your order confirmation, along with your Tradingview Username, to [email protected]

How Long Does it Take to be added to the MarketGod Permissions List

  • In most cases we will add you within 15 minutes.

    • We are working to eliminate the long delays, but occasionally system errors could result in 4+ hours to be added.

    • Weekends and holidays may be slower.

    • If you are not on the tool after 12 hours, please email us a reminder

Is there a best time frame to use this

Addressed on the suggested uses linked here

Does the Type of Candle Matter

Not much. All script inputs are taken independent of your chart input.

Addressed on the suggested uses linked here

Which Alert Setting is Best? Once Per Bar

Once per bar is correct.

And if you haven't received an alert on the 1D frame yet, that's because the Market isn't offering any trades MarketGod deems as risky worthy. This is a good thing. View the support item on Tradingview Support links for more info.

It Seems that my Alerts Disappear Before the Period Closes

As mentioned in suggested uses, we advise waiting until the prior period has closed for confirmation.

May I know how Eric Thies is using it? The settings, and method/strategies

HA Candles. TF's ranging 1h, 4h, 6h, 1D, 3D, 1w, 2w and 1M. Bollinger Bands & Keltner Channels on my chart, with MarketGod Visuals Tool and RSI Divergence. Sometimes I use the BB% Oscillator

When does MarketGod calculate its signals

The signals are calculated by the most recent data available to the indicator on tradingview. If your chart is in relatime, it will send the alert in real time, meaning AS IT HAPPENS. If your chart is using signals that are delayed, MarketGod will calculate on the data made available time.

For Automation purposes, alerts and notifications send at the confirmation of the period closing with a given alert.

The different classical technical indicators comprised across the various MarketGod versions include magnitudes of various oscillators mainly comprised of MACD, RSI, Stochastic, Ichimoku, Gann Trend Analysis, Wyckoff Accum/Distribution Laws, Fibonacci calculated support/resistances, and more.

Which Version Should I Use

New Users are recommended to Use MarketGodx for Tradingview, which you can find by searching "MarketGodx" In the public indicator library. This will be version MarketGodx² when added to your chart.

The Lock on My Indicator Access is Still Red

Still try adding the tools after refreshing the browser. The red lock updates once you've accessed a tool, not just gained access to it.

Why are my labels only showing up on part of the chart?

Seeing this or something similar below on your charts? It may happen when switching between 'plots' and 'labels' due to trading view's limitation on labels that are allowed on a given chart.

Simply put, the more authors with visuals on charts takes more server space and creates slower environments for users. So they limit the visuals to keep the servers as fast as traders need.

To solve this, we recommend changing the time frame, zooming in, or reducing the frequency in alerts by changing the filter settings to a higher number. You may also replace the label options with normal plots again.

Can I use these indicators with a Free Tradingview account

You can use all of our indicators with a free account, but keep in mind, with a free account you can only set up one live alert and only have up to three indicators on your chart active at one time. With a Pro account, you can set up multiple alerts and have up to 10 indicators on your chart at one time. I recommend a PRO+ account which will give you more than enough alerts and indicators on your chart. You can view the Tradingview membership options here

Do you have indicators coded for MT4

Our indicators only work on TradingView at the moment. There are some plans to code them for MT4 and MT5 but we don't have an ETA on that.

What a lot of traders do is chart their trades with our indicators on TradingView and then place their trades on MT4. This is a very popular and preferred method since TradingView is known to have the best charting platform for Crypto, Stocks, and Forex and MT4 is well known for it's fast and easy trade execution platform.