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...
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.
Profit targets are those scenarios where the system expects to be greater than the actual return at the end of the transaction: they may be short-term benefits, such as a favorable price shock model.
In short-term transactions, profit objectives are essential. Price fluctuations make any favorable event likely to turn around in an instant. Moreover,...
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...
The top band is ATR added to candle high (with given length and multiplication). The bottom one is analogic.
Created for finding initial stop loss for entry on low timeframes. Use band value at last major high/low to place the stop loss at.
It shows prices with acceptable risk and a reasonable margin for market volatility.
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 is a simple script to quickly see changes in % in each candle.
In blue open/close variation. In red Histogram with range between high and low.
This helps me understand very quickly what's the typical change in % for a specific timeframe/pair, so I can fine tune my Stop Losses and Take Profits.