CBS should be able to take into account when a signal is generated after an ATH.
Why? Because often those signals result in a base that is not respected leading to positions that can remain deep underwater.
That will be a great idea, sometimes coins are on ATH or pumped a lot and the signals are coming trough. Mostly they will be doing fine but sometimes they are going down a lot lower and wil not recover. When not taking a loss wil impact a lot on the profits from before.
We have added a new mechanism that will give markets a cool down period based on the last spike. Smaller spike will result in a smaller cooldown, bigger spikes will result in a maximum cooldown of 10 days.
Just two recent examples
After one year of more pain with this I can articulate this even more: I call it "pump and dump protection".
It’s been too many times now that long periods of profitability (30-50 trades) get wiped out by one single “pump and dump signal”.
A pump and dump signal is where a coin pumps massively (100%+ easily) and CBS sends a signal on the crash back down.
With the CBS strategy (no SL and heavy DCA) this creates a massive loss where at best you recover after several months, if ever.
I want to be protected from this! For me, it could be as simple as this:
>>> If a coin pumps more than 100% in 72 hours, don’t send me a CBS signal.