BloodHound Getting Started Guide
The menu links on the left provide documentation and examples for each component of BloodHound.
Quick Start Videos
These first few videos are a good way to get started learning BloodHound. From installation, building a basic system, and backtesting it.
1. Installation and Setup
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2. Creating a Basic System
Learn the basics of navigating the BloodHound interface. Use the Crossover Solver and Comparison Solver to create a basic signal system.
3. Using Multiple Timeframes
It can be useful to pull in data from other charts into the same BloodHound system. This can be done easily, and here’s a basic example of how to do it.
4. Backtesting with Raven
Now it’s time to backtest our trade signals, to see how it would have performed. This uses the Strategy component called Raven, which comes free with BloodHound.
We’re still working on the next few videos in this “Getting Started” series. In the mean time, here are some other videos…
How to Determine Trend Direction – Part 1
Determining the overall direction of the market trend is one of the most important steps to trading successfully. We look at some of the most common ways to determine trend direction, starting with the slope analysis of a moving average in this video.
How to Determine Trend Direction – Part 2
We continue to look at other methods to determine the overall trend using BloodHound. We compare the closing price against a moving average, and also examine the slope of the linear regression channel.
Price Bar Solvers
Study the Bar Direction and Bar Length solvers in depth. Discover how to invert a solver’s output and learn how to describe a measurement in BloodHound.
Logic Nodes In-Depth
Learn the building blocks of a logic template: the AND, OR, Additive and Ratio nodes, and how they calculate their output values. Learn which trade systems make best use of BloodHound’s powerful Additive and Ratio nodes.
Time to Learn the Solvers
Now that you have had an introduction to using BloodHound, it’s time to learn what each of the Solvers do. Follow the link below to continue your education.