A very simple code aiming to help you size your position, according to the amount you're accepting to lose AND the current volatility ATR.
Why is it important to use ATR size ? Markets move, and having fixed stoploss values will lead to getting stopped out in case of volatility increase.
You also need to size down your trades in case of more...
This is a script to make calculating position size easier. It calculates position size as a percentage of account balance and Risk/Reward based on input values of entry, exit, stoploss and shows the R/R box similar to tradingview's R/R tool. There is an option to toggle showing label and choosing of label text color.
Have to enter the following inputs in order...
type: properties manipulation, no programming needed
time required: 15minutes, at least
level: medium (need to know contracts, trading pairs)
A strategy can "appear" to work or be broken depending on the pile of cash that is working on. This amount is defined in the strat properties, under "order size".
For noobs (like me) this is very confusing at first :)
This script helps the user visualize profit targets and calculates position size based on the input risk amount.
- Risk amount
- Entry price
- Stop loss amount
- Profit target amount
- Profit loss ratio
- Position size
- Postion cost
- shaded: entry price --> price target (green filled)
I received a ton of requests for this script so I decided to share it
I did it for a client who didn't want to pay (you can all blame... or even thank him for this script) in the end and I don't want to sell it on my website.
Not because it's not interesting but because my website will be a place to showcase and rent the Algorithm Builders...
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...
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 indicator will calculate your position size, short or long, based on the ATR Trailing Stop indicator of mine, and are needed to be used together. General risk management suggests risking just 1 percent of your equity and using low leverage.
This indicator helps you defining your max sizing, depending on the max $$$ amount you're willing to risk against a specific exponential moving average (or VWAP, default is the 13ema).
You can define your max risk amount and your max allowed sizing. The indicator would suggest the best sizing in order to risk only up to the amount you are comfortable with on a...
I've modified the original script by WiscoDish to show candles as green while they are smaller than the median of the past 10 candles. Once they become larger than the median they'll change to gray.
I've also added a horizontal median line so you can see how close the candle is to the median candle size.
This is very useful if you're stalking a trade and waiting...
I use ATR a lot when designing trading strategies, this way the strategy adjusts to the instrument in most cases instead of me plugging in special numbers.
However, ATR itself could get spiked by some violent moves. For this I have created MinATR which I am publishing here.
It is effectively ATR + minimum ATR over the last "Min Length" bars. (this is a parameter...
Ensure you Uncheck #1 , #2, #3 in the STYLE tab or it draws the lines you only need the numbers for.
The first number is the deviation from the EMA , anything below 1.75 == 1. (less than 0.75 % deviation)
NOTE: The fill area turns yellow @ 1.50 and red above 2.75
There are steps built in to slightly lower share size when specific levels of divergence...