This indicator uses the chart information and your inputs to display the lot size and associated stop for long or short positions. It uses an ATR based percent volatility position sizing calculation. You can use this indicator to learn more about a better position size calculation than a fixed lot system. The indicator adds text directly to the chart to show you the current position size calculation, the risk % input, the ATR Range input, the ATR value from the prior bar, the account equity at r
ATR Envelopes use a multiple of the Average True Range and add an upper envelope line and lower envelope line around a moving average. ATR Envelopes are also known as ATR Channels. Typical use is to indicate when the price breaks out of the envelope as the ATR measures volatility. Way of the Turtle by Curtis Faith uses this type of indicator as it shows tests of an ATR Channel Breakout trend following system. You can change the moving average period, the Average True Range period, and the number
This indicator uses the chart information and your inputs to display a calculated lot size and associated stop for long or short positions. It uses an ATR based percent volatility position sizing calculation and splits your account equity into two parts, each having its own risk percentage. The concept behind "Market's Money" is using a lower risk percentage for your base account equity and then using a higher risk percentage for any equity above your base equity. This lets you potentially grow
The Bollinger BandWidth is the numerical difference between the value of the upper Bollinger Band and the lower Bollinger Band. As volatility increases and the Bollinger Bands get wider, the BandWidth indicator value will increase. As volatility decreases and the Bollinger Bands get closer, the BandWidth indicator value will decrease. The BandWidth indicator helps show volatility as it increases and decreases. Typical use is to find times of low volatility that start to breakout as the price mov
%b shows you as a percentage where the last price is in relation to the lower and upper Bollinger Bands. If the price is at the moving average line, %b will show on the secondary chart window as a value of 50 which is 50% between the bands. %b can be a negative value (below the lower band) or above 100 (above the upper band) when the price is outside of the bands. This indicator also includes an upper line and lower line that you can specify. By default these are set at 0 and 100 for the 0% and
This indicator uses the chart information and your inputs to display a calculated lot size and associated stop for long or short positions. It uses an ATR based percent volatility position sizing calculation and splits your account equity into two parts, each having its own risk percentage. The concept behind "Market's Money" is using a lower risk percentage for your base account equity and then using a higher risk percentage for any equity above your base equity. This lets you potentially grow
Moving Average Envelopes use a percentage of a simple moving average to create an upper and lower envelope around the moving average. Using the middle moving average value, the chosen percentage from the input is multiplied by the MA value to add upper and lower envelopes. As the MA value is different among markets and currency pairs, you must manually adjust the chosen percentage for each chart. If you do not see the envelopes on a chart, change the percentage to a smaller value until you see t
This indicator uses the chart information and your inputs to display the lot size and associated stop for long or short positions. It uses an ATR based percent volatility position sizing calculation. You can use this indicator to learn more about a better position size calculation than a fixed lot system. The indicator adds text directly to the chart to show you the current position size calculation, the risk % input, the ATR range input, the ATR value from the prior bar, the account equity at r