To publish awesome ideas and get lots of likes, the first step is for your publications to be visible to the public. This means you need to make sure that your ideas do not get hidden or unsuggested for violations of the house rules.
TradingView moderators will hide ideas that violate the house rules, the most common cases are where authors provide links or references to their social media or websites, aiming at self-promotion.
A hidden idea is no longer visible to the public, only to you and to TradingView moderators. Since the idea descriptions cannot be changed either by you or by the TradingView team, these ideas cannot be made visible again, which is a shame for the time you took to analyze and publish it, right? Please read the House Rules carefully to avoid this from happening.
TradingView aims at showing ideas that offer a good analysis on the chart and a good description. To achieve that, we unsuggest ideas that:
An unsuggested idea will not appear on the homepage or in popular ideas streams, which limits its exposure. It will only be visible in newest idea streams, to users that visit your profile or who have the direct link to your publication.
Let’s go over some examples of what makes a good idea publication. To make it more clear, we’ll also provide an idea that is not the best example for this category. Click on any of the links to see the details of the publication.
Balance: clear, no clutter, professional, not too overwhelming.
Include a specified bias on the idea and disclose if you are long or short. Make sure you let people know where the exit or entry point is on the trade and mention how long the trade could last.
Provide the general trend and approximate price path based on sound reasoning.
Detailed explanation of the method for technical, fundamental or macro analysis.
This includes Overlay or Ratio analysis. Call for a directional move with adequate explanation.
Has to be useful and informative to the community. For example: educational material, a column or a personal experience.
More detailed suggestions for specific Technical Analysis types:
Price must have at least passed the B-point on its way from C to D. Or there must be other technical tools supporting the view. Use the TradingView built-in tools to show Fibonacci ratios.
Useful link: http://www.harmonictrader.com
Patterns that didn't complete the second top and are heading to the neckline shouldn't qualify as a double top. Also true for double bottoms.
Patterns that didn't complete the right shoulder and are headed towards the neckline don't qualify. Also true for inverse Head and Shoulders.
Should align to the rules that can be found on http://www.elliotwave.com. This is the most common and widely used source.
Clear and with an actionable trade setup - https://www.tradingview.com/chart/YFIUSD/3Y4iY4Qw-YFIUSD-Buy-Set-up/
Following these guidelines not only will produce better, more actionable ideas for the TradingView audience, it also increases the chance of your idea to be selected for our Editors' Picks.
We hope this guide was useful for you and will help you produce better charts.