- ATR Bands
Average True Range (ATR) Bands are used to signal exits in a similar fashion to ATR Trailing stops, but without the stop-and-reverse (SAR) of trailing stops.
- ATR Trailing Stops
ATR Trailing Stops are primarily used to protect capital and lock in profits on individual trades but they can also be used, in conjunction with a trend filter, to signal entries.
- Chandelier Exits
Chuck LeBeau's Chandelier Exits are primarily used as a stop loss mechanism to time exits from a trending market.
- Ichimoku Cloud
Ichimoku Cloud is a complete trend trading system, combining leading and lagging averages with traditional candlestick charts.
- Parabolic SAR
Developed by J. Welles Wilder, the Parabolic SAR indicator provides excellent short/medium-term entry and exit points in trending markets.
- Percentage Trailing Stops
Percentage Trailing Stops are a simple but effective method for locking in profits
- Safezone Indicator
Alexander Elder's Safezone Stops use Directional Movement to signal exits from a trend.
- Volatility Stops
Welles Wilder's original Volatility Stops uses Average True Range in a trend-following system.
Active or Reactive?
Many investors follow active strategies but end up being reactive, rotating in and out of stocks at the wrong time.
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