First of all let me quote some important points :
• You need stops; a trade without a stop is a gamble.
• You need to know where you’ll put your stop before you enter
• Everybody needs hard stops.
• Whenever you change a stop, you may move it only in the direc-
tion of the trade.
There is a variety of techniques available to traders who like to...
This is backtesting result of following indicator/strategy. I didn't work on adding other indicators. maybe in the future I can try to combine this with other indicators.
You can visit following link to see "Pivot Point SuperTrend" . by using this backtesting tool, you can test&find better...
ST0P is a kind of a TRAILING STOP LOSS INDICATOR in which users can set up LONG or SHORT trade versions and also can set up a STOP LOSS level by percent % or unit difference.
It tries to solve the problem of stop loss indicators' default BUY or SELL settings and non adjustable stop levels of % and difference change in price levels.
(Will try to make updates...
Profit targets are those scenarios where the system expects to be greater than the actual return at the end of the transaction: they may be short-term benefits, such as a favorable price shock model.
In short-term transactions, profit objectives are essential. Price fluctuations make any favorable event likely to turn around in an instant. Moreover,...
This is based on my GMS: Mean Reversion Indicator ()
- % Based Profit Target and Stop Loss
- SMA Trend Filter
- Can choose trade exit based off a moving average or linear regression curve
- Filter for long only trades, short only trades, or both at the same time.
Source code is...
This is based on the indicator TD Sequential:
This is an easy way to test it out to see what works and what doesn't.
There are moving average exits for both the long side and short side. You can pick from SMA, EMA, VWMA. This also applied to a moving average trend filter. This is separated for the long...
This strategy focuses on finding a low RSI value, then targeting a low Smoothed RSI value while the price is below the low RSI in the lookback period to trigger a buy signal.
Features Take Profit, Stop Loss, and Plot Target inputs. As well as many inputs to manage how the RSI and Smoothed RSI are configured within the strategy.
Explanation of all the...
This script is designed to display three stop loss areas to assist either with automation of risk management or identify and alert when price is in a range of a trade for risk to reward ratio.
In this version there are three stop losses and 1 PT. Mainly because i will most likely only be using 1 of the SL to pair with the PT.
Stoploss areas are displayed on both...
I'm a big fan of simple strategies.
This one is a very simple one. So it consists only from one Trailing SL. When SL is hit, the position is reversed and SL is tracked for a new position.
You can choose one of 3 types of SL:
% of your price
ATR - it is calculated as current ATR * multiplier
As you can see even this simple strategy can show...
Little tool to quickly identify stops and take-profit levels based on Average True Range. User can change ATR multipiers, as well as the ATR length used. Green and red lines show these levels; plot is visible over last 8 bars only to reduce clutter. Label showing the current ATR, up above the last bar
I share this TSL indicator with alert (I use it only for Stocks), the configuration is very simple, you must select if it is a Short or Long operation, time at which the operation was opened,% of the daily ATR for TSL. It also contains:
- Panel Info
A tool to calculate the average price and position size.
The "Risk Amount" input means the amount of dollars you lose if the trade gets stopped out (it should be based on a small percentage of your account).
- If you use the weights to calculate an average price, make sure it adds up to 100% in total or you will get a weird number.
- Keep an eye on the...
Here we go again.... with the second strategy snippet.
Reminder: the first snipper was a Trailing Profit strategy script
What's on the menu?
A trailing stop is designed to protect gains by enabling a trade to remain open and continue to profit as long as the price is moving in the investor's favor.
The order closes the trade if the price...
This is the Count Back Line script from the book Guppy Trading by Daryl Guppy.
It is usually used as a stop loss line, but can also be used to find entries.
Hope someone finds it usefull, if you find anything that is wrong with it, please let me know and I will try to fix it.
This is my first PineScript, hope it is working as intended.
I realized that the zone changes in the stoploss remained slow, so I couldn't make enough use of the characteristics of technical indicators when opening positions.
This pushed me to keep stop-loss under the influence of a dependent variable.
This script helped me a lot (everget) :
I've redesigned the...