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    Chandelier exit

    Let me ask a question. Some sites advocate the application of the Chandelier exit by setting your stop upon entry at a multiple of, generally, 3 times the Average True Range (ATR). The ATR at entry for this trade is sitting at 0.0122. So they have calculated ATR as 3X122 pips=366 pips and have...
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    AFL Code Writer wanted.

    Hi Friends I have a 2 set of ATR based Trading system which I have been trading manually all this while. I was hoping if some one cud write a back testable code for me and also advise the charge and time line for it. I will share the details once you show interest. Broadly speaking My...
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    Super Trend Formula verification

    I am preparing an excel sheet based on the indicator and while working on Super Trend, the formula for it seems to be incorrect. I request you to help me out in resolving this issue. Following are the steps I am doing while calculating Super Trend Formula...
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    Metastock Stop Loss System

    Hi, I am trying to implement Stop loss exit strategy in a trading system using Metastock. Whenever there is a buy signal ,I have a formula for exit also. Now in between a buy and a Sell signal I may have an unfavourable drawdown which i want to minimise by exiting the trade with a stop...
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    Metastock Stop Loss System

    Hi, I am trying to implement Stop loss exit strategy in a trading system using Metastock. Whenever there is a buy signal ,I have a formula for exit also. Now in between a buy and a Sell signal I may have an unfavourable drawdown which i want to minimise by exiting the trade with a stop...
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    ATR formula in AmiBroker

    Hi, I'm trying to write my own ATR to work exactly like AmiBroker ATR (for further implementation of weights). I attempted to apply formula from here , unfortunately it returns different results and performs worse than AmiBroker implementation in BackTester. Could you help me with that ...