Category Archives: Trailing Stops

A trailing stop will protect your profits by enabling a trade to remain open as long as it is moving in the right direction. The trailing stop is flexible, automatically tracks the price and does not have to be manually reset like the fixed stop loss. The position will close automatically should the price goes against the trade by a specified percentage or amount.

SuperTrend: A Versatile Stop Loss

SuperTrend M11

The SuperTrend indicator is an enhancement of the Maximum Adverse Excursion (MAE) concept, as introduced by John Sweeney in the mid-nineties. It is most commonly applied as a trailing stop indicator, adjusting to both prices and volatility. When volatility is high, the trailing stop is further away from prices. Conversely, when volatility is low, the…

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Chande Kroll Stop vs Chandelier Exit

Volatility Stop Chande Kroll for NT8

The Chande Kroll Stop was presented by Tushar Chande and Stanely Kroll in “The New Technical Trader”. It is a volatility based trailing stop and as most indicators in this category, it will help manage your profits by keeping positions open as long as they move in your favor. In this post we’ll compare the…

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The Wilder Volatility Stop

Volatility Stop for NT8

When used with time based bars, the Volatility Stop indicator adjusts to the current market environment. Specifically, it allows for stop widening when volatility increases and tightening when it decreases.

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The ATR Trailing Stop

ATR Trailing Stop for NT8

In this post we introduce our ATR trailing stop indicator for NinjaTrader 8. The ATR responds to volatility, highlighting possible trend changes…

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