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PM_ATR_BarColor

PM_ATR_BarColor
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Brand: The Indicator Store
Product Code: PMATRCOLOR
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New Release in Beta Test includes the option to Disable the Exit at Yellow Zone
Current Version always close positions at yellow bars.

This release of the PM_ATR_BarColor Strategy has the following features :

  • User defined Target and Stop
  • User defined Time to Start and Time to Stop
  • Auto Exit of Positions at Neutral ( Yellow ) State
  • Money Management ModuleThe last changes on the ATR_BarColor Indicator have been defined after testing several automated instances of variations on the logic.

The Chart can plot the following info ( if user decides to enable ) ;

  • Vertical Lines at Entry signals
  • Markers of the Upper, Lower MutiTrail Lines
  • Text info after each trade ; xxx/yy where xxx is current daily PnL and yy is the consecutive loser count. 

The Money Management Module allows to stop trading for the remainder of the day if one of the following levels are reached :

  • Max Daily Profit
  • Max Daily Loss
  • Max consecutive losers in Row

More info can be found on this Blog Entry

See it in action on this YouTube Video :

 

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