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 script measures the maximum and average length of upper and lower wicks. While this can be used as a volatility gauge and to see if there is more support or resistance, it's primary use is to not get wicked out on stops, by adding one of these numbers to the the Moving Average or S/R level that one is using for a Stop, plus maybe a few points of buffer.
An ATR (Average True Range) can be used to position a trailing stop
In this script, the true range of today is calculated based on the low of yesterday in order to be more stable.
It only goes up, as a trailing stop should do.
It only goes down when the trailing stop is reached by the price.
This indicator is simply based on the 2% rule, you must insert the entry point (the price at what you bought) by clicking the gear on the top left.
If you see the chart different is becouse the default entry is set to 1 and but it fixes if you set the proper entry price.
a little bit about the 2% rule :
Following the 2% Rule will keep any loss in your account to a...
Plots crosses above and below the current price giving you the ability to quickly set your stop loss (or the 1st profit target) depending on a custom variable by which the average true range is multiplied with the option to specify the length as well as the type of the moving average (RMA, SMA, EMA or WMA) that are taking into account.
Optionally, you can disable...
Hi. It's simply histogram that shows divergence between the lines of the Chande Kroll Stop ind (built-in TradingView ind). I noticed that the lines intersect or are very close to each other if the volatility decreases. You can use MA like the main line or just 5, 10 lines how I do. Sorry for code Im not a programmer
Average True Range for trailing stops, can be set to any timeframe independently of currently-displayed timeframe
This indicator is derived from
but more customizable.
Many thanks to HPotter for the original version
The calculation of this ATR is based on the low of yesterday in order to not change continuously during the day.
You can use this indicator to create a trailing stop taking into account volatility on the nATRPeriod previous days.
It also always go up as a trailing stop should. It only goes down the price reaches the trailing stop.
Looking for Statistical trades that work. This one seems to work on some Leveraged ETFs with a lot of noise like UGAZ/DGAZ. It can also be used on Futures Contracts, but be sure to change up the type of investment from % of equity to contracts. Also one point I'm trying to make with this strategy is the trades are best made in the morning around market open. ...
This is based on the Average True Range Trailing Stops Strategy by Sylvain Vervoort, coded on TV HPotter. I have added Bands to see potential short and long stop loss zones before the indicator signals to switch itself, also changed color on the main Trailing Stop based on whether it is short or long, added increased stop loss hunt protection by combining with my...