I'm aware of that. The reason why I'm doubtful is the fact that I can clearly see the filters are not working. After checking past performances, I can confirm that the RSI is almost always crossing when the two EMAs do.
Yes! So far, I'm learning that this method is lacking filters. The thing is that, again, since I did not come up with it myself, I can't really tinker with it in order to fix it. If it can be, at all.
I am still testing the same method, although I wasn't able to trade today. However, I am still looking for something else. The thing is that, while I don't want to be that guy who switches strategy all the time, I also don't want to be stuck with something that does not work on a mechanical level.
I was considering going back to naked price action, but I can't seem to make it work. I like both the MACD and the RSI, and I've read that many people pair them together. I assume then can be profitable, then, right? I just have to figure out how to use them to enter and exit trades.
Absolutely, as long as I figure out how to fix the RSI as well. If I get fewer crosses, but the RSI keeps crossing on every one of them, then I might aswell enter on a cross and ditch the RSI.