Full Tutorials and Step by Step instructions on starting, using, and troubleshooting the MarketGod Indicator
Below are numerous tutorials provided to all users, and aimed for users of all experience with our tools. They are available in video form, text form, GIF form and can be made available by PDF should the prior listed not be accessible or preferred.
Tutorial: Making a Tradingview Account
Prior to starting your use of the MarketGod Indicator, you will need to create a user account for Tradingview.com.
While users with a free-account on Tradingview will be able to enjoy the majority of MarketGod's benefits, we do recommend you upgrade to their pro or premium offerings to ensure you are not limited in your use.
Above: Choose the Invite only tab in the tradingview indicator library.
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!
Tutorial: Setting MarketGod Alerts
From your Tradingview chart, navigate to the market or ticker and timeframes you'd like to set an alert for
From the main chart, click on the alerts icon in the right panel and then click the plus (+) to open the ‘Set Alert’ menu
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).
When the source is set to MarketGod, choose 'Buy Alert' or 'Sell Alert' from the menu afterward.
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.