# Stock Technical Analysis Optimal Value Calculation Site_Calculation Method

The following is a detailed explanation of the calculation method used in the “Stock Technical Analysis Optimal Value Calculation Site,” a site I created myself.

## Required prerequisite knowledge

It is written on the assumption that you know the technical analysis of stock trading.

Even if you don’t know it, it’s not a difficult concept, so please search it online before reading it.

## Revenue calculation settings

It is calculated with the following settings.

• Use daily chart (technical analysis at closing price)
• Long only. (Enter from “Buy”.)
• Repeat transactions in the order of “buy”-> “sell”-> “buy”-> “sell”. In other words, even if the “buy” timing occurs after the “buy”, it is ignored (sell is the same).
• “Sell” sells all the stocks purchased by “Buy”.
• The amount of “buy” is set to the same amount each time

How to calculate the rate of return

Percentage of total transaction profit / loss during the trading period

See the figure below for a specific example.

The transaction period (calculation period) can be selected from 50, 100, and 200 days .

Also, if the end ends with a “buy”, that last transaction will not be considered for earnings.

## Setting each analysis_transaction timing

In each analysis, I think there are various ways of thinking about transaction timing.

We will introduce each analysis method calculated on this site.

### RSI

Calculated parameters
• Length: Calculated between 5 and 20
• Upper_Band value (upper limit): Calculated between 65 and 75
• Lower_Band value: Calculated between 25 and 35

• Buy: When the RSI falls below the Lower_Band and then rises above the Lower_Band again
• Sell: When the RSI surpasses Upper_Band and then falls below Upper_Band again

As shown in the figure, it is as follows.

### BB (Bollinger Bands)

Calculated parameters
• Length: Calculated between 5 and 50
• StdDev (standard deviation): Calculated between 1.1 and 3.5 (calculated in 0.1 increments)

• Buy: The timing when BB falls below the lower limit of the band and then rises above the lower limit of the band again.
• Sell: When BB exceeds the band upper limit and then falls below the band upper limit again

As shown in the figure, it is as follows.

### MACD

Calculated parameters
• Fast_Period (Short-term EMA period): Calculated between 3 and 14
• Slow_Period (long-term EMA period): Calculated between 15-40
• Signal_Period: Calculated between 3 and 15

• Buy: Timing when MACD < MACD signal < 0 changes to 0 > MACD > MACD signal
• Sell: Timing from the state of MACD > MACD signal > 0 to 0 < MACD < MACD signal

As shown in the figure, it is as follows.

### EMA (Exponential Moving Average)

Calculated parameters
• Fast_Period (Short-term EMA period): Calculated between 5 and 14
• Slow_Period (long-term EMA period): Calculated between 15 and 30