Built with love "Position & Lot Size Calculator"
This indiator will help you to calculate your position size for managing the risk
1. Click-able Price Entry & SL (Easier Interface)
How to use it :
1. After add the indicator, set the Entry & SL Price with click price line in the chart
2. Set the risk and another parameter
This can be used for Stocks or Options
This is a position size calculator. You must enter your Account size, Risk %, Entry, Stop, and Target. Then it will calculate your Max Position size, Risk Reward, Dollar gain and more.
It is completely customizable so you can change what you want the table to be showing.
It also can plot your entry, stop and target that...
Script to use for position sizing based on portfolio size, max position, and max loss inputs. The option to use custom entry and stop are available, but default to last price for entry, and Low of Day (LoD) for stop. The ATR % is a measure of the low of day to current price as a percentage move.
Credit to LonesomeTheBlue for the base code on position sizing and...
The Auto Position Sizing Risk Reward indicator shows different Risk levels 1, 1.5, 2 and 3 based on your risk amount and uses an auto Stoploss level based on the ATR.
You can set the values for the "Note or Title", "Risk Amount", "Entry", "Target Price", "Stop Loss Distance", "Default Risk/Reward" and ATR settings.
The "auto" part comes into play when you...
Here is a Risk Management Indicator that calculates stop loss and position sizing based on the volatility of the stock. Most traders use a basic 1 or 2% Risk Rule, where they will not risk more than 1 or 2% of their capital on any one trade. I went further and applied four levels of risk: 0.25%, 0.50%, 1% and 2%. How you apply these different levels of risk is...
This script can be used for Position Sizing.
After you entered Capital you have, how much you can Risk per Trade, Profit and Stoploss Levels, it calculates Number of Buys/Sells, Position Size and Reward/Risk ratio. you need to choose one of "Long" or "Short" position you will take.
Number of Buys formula = Capital * RiskPerTrade / Loss
This script calculates how much cryptos or dollars you have to bet with 4 variables : Risk Loss , Leverage, Entry and Stop Loss.
When you want to open a position, just complete the parameters and the script will tell you how much you have to bet in dollars or cryptos units, depending the way you're trading.
Note : don't foreget that you have to pay fees on...
All you have to fill out is your account balance, the % amount of your account you want to risk, and the percentage of ATR you want calculated. If you have 100% it will do a full ATR calculation. So if the ATR is $2 then your risk per share would be $2. If you had 50% in the same example it would be risking $1 per share.
You can also customize what time frame...
Forex Lot Size Calculator based off stop loss (ticks), also shows the lot size needed for taking partials (based of % of trade to close partial position).
inspired by @DewMic
adapted from @hanabil
This is a simple script to aid with determining position size.
Inputs are the intended entry price, desired risk (expressed as % of account at risk), account value, and leverage factor.
To use the script;
1. Identify and update the entry price (yellow line on the chart)
2. Update with desired risk
3. Update with account size
4. Adjust the leverage value until...
This panel is an example position size panel that I prepared and I consider the rates reasonable.
I have prepared this panel so that the money allocated to the investment ends 14 consecutive signals.
The sum of the ratios is 100 units.
You can adjust your positions according to this panel.
The first steps are low rates.
If the phrases are strong, you can...
"Trading the equity curve" as a risk management method is the process of acting on trade signals depending on whether a system’s performance is indicating the strategy is in a profitable or losing phase.
The point of managing equity curve is to minimize risk in trading when the equity curve is in a downtrend. This strategy has two modes to determine the equity...
This is the Position Sizing Calculator indicator.
It's calculated by using the capital and risk that you can take per trade divided by the difference price between the current price and lowest close bar in 12 days.
The output is the number of coins that you should buy.
You should turn on this indicator only when the buy signal of another indicator is triggered.
The D-VaR position sizing method was created by David Varadi. It's based on the concept of Value at Risk (VaR) - a widely used measure of the risk of loss in a portfolio based on the statistical analysis of historical price trends and volatilities. You can set the Percent Risk between 1 (lower) and 1.5 (higher); as well as, cap the % of Equity used in the...