Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby dell123 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 2:04 pm

I like the mvastop4.lua, but to many times price will come back to mva touch and then take off again. I hope you can add another option with it that would stop out at the brake and close of the mva. So #1 keep your touch of mva as opption 1 and add option 2 brake and close of mva,sma,or ema.

Thanks for your time
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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby sho-me-pips » Mon Aug 06, 2012 11:08 am

dell123 wrote:I like the mvastop4.lua, but to many times price will come back to mva touch and then take off again. I hope you can add another option with it that would stop out at the brake and close of the mva. So #1 keep your touch of mva as opption 1 and add option 2 brake and close of mva,sma,or ema.


One way to prevent stop out on a bounce short term, till strategy can be modified. Set trailing mva price to high (going short) or low (going long) instead of close.
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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby spinemaligna » Thu Aug 16, 2012 4:42 am

You have replied saying it is possible to offset the stop level by a user defined number of pips. Could you please either tell me how to do this or modify the strategy to achieve this.

Many thanks in anticipation,

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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby spinemaligna » Fri Jan 11, 2013 12:05 pm

Happy New year to all,

I have been experimenting with Wilders Moving Average offset by + or - 20 pips as a trailing stop strategy. On a 1H timeframe it seems a good compromise for maximising profit.
Could you please modify this moving average stop order to accommodate this.

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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby Apprentice » Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:37 am

Your request is added to the development list.
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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby dell123 » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:21 pm

Last Aug 5, 2012 I put up a post asking if another option could be added to the mvastop4.lua FIFO, but have not heard or seen anything yet, so here is another post that may help. I hope you can add another option that would stop out at the brake and close of the MA. So, # 1. keep your touch of MA as opption 1 and add option 2 brake and close of the MA, and option 3 brake and close of the MA by a set number of bars or you could just set it to two.

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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby Outside_The_Box » Thu Nov 07, 2013 12:18 am

This would be perfect if the Averages indicator were used so we could use a wider variety of MA's to use as the stop level. *crosses his fingers*
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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby Apprentice » Thu Nov 07, 2013 5:13 am

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Re: Moving-average based stop order [new] + FIFO now!

Postby cmpblsmith » Sun Nov 10, 2013 11:29 pm

Hello, I am wondering if there are any stop loss strategies that only exit on a close of a candle below a certain level in order to avoid stop hunts and fake outs. If any one is aware of a strategy that is able to do that or is interested in developing could you please let me know.
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