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 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...
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This TradingView strategy it is designed to integrate with other strategies with indicators.
It performs a trailing stop loss from entry and exit conditions.
In this strategy you can add conditions for long and short positions.
The strategy will ride up your stop loss when price moviment 1%.
The strategy will close your operation when...
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...
Modified RSI strategy with entry and exit points.
I have allowed for High and Low risk for anyone interested in using it (NO GUARANTEES. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH).
I will later consider incorporating the standard RSI for exit points. I am sure returns will increase based on current test runs :)
Returns look good based on the strategy result.
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 indicator shares ATR pips and a calculated 1.5 x stop loss calculation.
1st number is ATR.
2nd number is ATR x 1.5 (a typical SL when trading daily time frame).
The plot lines are really not that important- it's the actual numbers.
What I do is uncheck the plot line checkboxes (ATR & SL) so it doesn't show up, that way I can reduce the indicator...
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.
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.