Forex Lot Size Calculator based off stop loss (ticks), also shows the lot size needed for taking partials (based of % of trade to close partial position).
inspired by @DewMic
adapted from @hanabil
How to use:
Use the cursor to select the time, entry, stop loss, and target position. Then a window will pop up and type the trading fee or any other things you want to adjust to calculate the actual reward/risk ratio according to the price you selected.
Settings of this script can't be saved as default might due to the interactive price selection...
This script allows you to calculate position size, and future profit, loses.
- You can add 3 target values and 1 stop loss
- Optionally you can display table, position it as you like, and see risk ratio
- add profit loss to the labels
Current script was created to help faster calculate possible gain or loss from a furure trade. Making money management a bit simpler, by changing values you can adjust proper trade leverage and see possible target values
This is a script to make calculating position size easier. It calculates position size as a percentage of account balance and Risk/Reward based on input values of entry, exit, stoploss and shows the R/R box similar to tradingview's R/R tool. There is an option to toggle showing label and choosing of label text color.
Have to enter the following inputs in order...
The Auto Position Sizing Risk Reward indicator shows different Risk levels 1, 1.5, 2 and 3 based on your risk amount and uses an auto Stoploss level based on the ATR.
You can set the values for the "Note or Title", "Risk Amount", "Entry", "Target Price", "Stop Loss Distance", "Default Risk/Reward" and ATR settings.
The "auto" part comes into play when you...
Props to @Veryfid for his original script 'ATR Stop Loss Finder'.
The concept is simple. We use the average true range to determine an appropriate stop loss distance based on recent volatility. The original script calculated the stop loss offset from the current candle's high or low. Here, I've added the option to offset stop loss from the recent local low or...
This script can be used for Position Sizing.
After you entered Capital you have, how much you can Risk per Trade, Profit and Stoploss Levels, it calculates Number of Buys/Sells, Position Size and Reward/Risk ratio. you need to choose one of "Long" or "Short" position you will take.
Number of Buys formula = Capital * RiskPerTrade / Loss
This script helps the user visualize profit targets and calculates position size based on the input risk amount.
- Risk amount
- Entry price
- Stop loss amount
- Profit target amount
- Profit loss ratio
- Position size
- Postion cost
- shaded: entry price --> price target (green filled)
This is an intuitive risk management tool with a minimalist design.
This calculator will determine your position size per trade, profit, loss, risk/reward ratio and leverage if any.
It will calculate your leverage if you are trading financial instruments e.g. Mini Futures , Turbo Warrants etc. that have a financing level.
Tip: Use this as a complement to the...
This panel is an example position size panel that I prepared and I consider the rates reasonable.
I have prepared this panel so that the money allocated to the investment ends 14 consecutive signals.
The sum of the ratios is 100 units.
You can adjust your positions according to this panel.
The first steps are low rates.
If the phrases are strong, you can...
A tool to calculate the average price and position size.
The "Risk Amount" input means the amount of dollars you lose if the trade gets stopped out (it should be based on a small percentage of your account).
- If you use the weights to calculate an average price, make sure it adds up to 100% in total or you will get a weird number.
- Keep an eye on the...
This indicator will calculate your position size, short or long, based on the ATR Trailing Stop indicator of mine, and are needed to be used together. General risk management suggests risking just 1 percent of your equity and using low leverage.
Simple study for calculate position sizing with define risk percent.
The goal of this study is to eliminate excel/google sheet calculation and we can just calculate proper position size within chart.
How to use
1) Specific your trade side ( Long or Short )
2) Define your Entry/Stop price. These values are important for position size...
This is a simple script to aid with determining position size.
Inputs are the intended entry price, desired risk (expressed as % of account at risk), account value, and leverage factor.
To use the script;
1. Identify and update the entry price (yellow line on the chart)
2. Update with desired risk
3. Update with account size
4. Adjust the leverage value until...
All you have to fill out is your account balance, the % amount of your account you want to risk, and the percentage of ATR you want calculated. If you have 100% it will do a full ATR calculation. So if the ATR is $2 then your risk per share would be $2. If you had 50% in the same example it would be risking $1 per share.
You can also customize what time frame...
I was looking for a way to simulate leveraged transactions in Tradingview and this script came out.
You can examine the equity graph without looking at the strategy results.
Thus, the facts will come to light.
Adding margin: Forbidden or not specified. (Add Margin : No)
Position size: (for each trade) 1%