Options include position direction (long or short), risk percent, stop padding, hard risk amount, and risk multiple.
The output displays MaxRisk, SOffset (stop offset), TOffset (target offset), S (stop), T (target), and S (number of shares). The default output is formed based on values from the currently forming candle. Hover over the candle in which you intend to enter the trade for the values to make your order.
Calculations are made in the following manner:
- Stop is last candle low/high with padding
- Stop offset is open – stop
- Target offset is stop offset * risk multiple
- Target is stop offset * risk multiple plus/minus open
- Position size is the either risk / stop offset OR account balance / close (rounded down)
- If the suggested size is greater than the maximum number of shares your account may purchase, the lesser of the two numbers is used. The color of the position size will turn red if the size uses the maximum.
There are other, more robust solutions out there…but they’re also much more expensive. I’m selling this on the cheap because I think it’s so very important. Most traders fail because they don’t practice good risk management. This takes the guess work and emotion out of the trades. All you have to do is find the setups!
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