Hello my young padawans looking for the FORCE to get richer on your next trade
I got pinged at least three times today asking where the hell is the indicator of the day. You asked, I delivered :)
Here's your free open-source Trade Manager Version. My associates might kill me for sharing that one... anyway this is a real GIFT.
I won't share such quality...
This indicator overlays a series of Parabolic Stop And Reverses (SARs) to continuously illustrate trends as they form in addition to a range of good possible levels at which to place stop orders.
The Initial Start argument gives the minimum value for the SAR function's "Start" argument. The Increment/Start Ratio argument gives the ratio of the SAR function's...
This indicator takes the average of a series of ATR to calculate what I would consider an optimum stop loss placement represented in percentage (read below for full overview).
While the data is plotted what is most helpful are the actual numbers presented and for my charts I remove most of the plotting.
This indicator is most helpful on the daily timeframe but...
This is a dummy two MM cross script to be used for the Trade Manager
I'll publish a video explaining how to use the Trade Manager as I received many questions.
This was my fault for not being clear enough. A video will do great wonders here
A simple visual representation of ATR trading targets.
The indicator shows ATR targets (TP and SL) from the last swing points (if you entered there)
There is an option to chose targets for a long or short position.
I build these indicators for myself and provide them open source, to use for free to use and improve upon,
as I believe...
This indicator creates an trend channel based on an EMA/SMA combo and a Parabolc SAR indicator.
Watch for the peaks and the size of the red/green channel for possible trend change.
Can also be used as an Entry/Exit/Stop-Loss setting tool.
This will help you figure out what stop loss settings work best for you. Some people might prefer ATR 14 * 0.5 for shorter timeframes, some might prefer more extreme settings such as ATR 30 * 2 to not get stopped out as often.
This script is designed for those who want to use BitMex's trailing stop. It's not meant to be used as entry exits, but rather to get an idea of how wide the trailing stop needs to be. I suggest you backtest with different values. The script can also be integrated into an existing strategy which does give entry/exits to act as its stop loss.
1. Find bar with the smallest narrow range for a chosen period. Use hvol for filter.
2. Place stop-order for long position at previous high and stop-order for short at previous low to catch breakout in any direction.
3. Take profit on the next bar.
A Donchian Channel with additional zones at places where its range is smaller than a set amount of atr. Thus it kind of combines with Keltner Channel qualities. Purpose is to set a stop loss wide enough to avoid shaking out of a position. The example chart shows a Philips day chart, where I opened position on 16 juli at 37,50 and set the stop loss at low border...