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Trailing Stop

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Paratica Trailing Stop Configuration

Paratica Trailing Stop Configuration


1. You can set the desired trailing stop for the pair from this menu. You don’t need to use this menu if you want to use the same profit setting for each pair.
2. If you don’t want to use the trailing stop feature, you can disable it. If you want to use it, you have to edit the trailing settings after activating.
3. After making your settings in the Take Profit menu, you must choose which profit level should be active after the trailing stop.
4. You can choose which one you want to use as a calculation method. Details:

Paratica Trailing Stop Configuration - 2

Paratica Trailing Stop Configuration – 2


Percent: If you want to use only percent as a stop loss, you should choose here. For example, if you say stop %3 damage, the transaction closes at %3 damage.
Daily ATR: You must select this if you want to use the ATR value of the corresponding cryptocurrency in the daily chart as a stop loss percent. (What is ATR?)
Max (ATR, Percent): Compares the percentage value that you enter into the system with the ATR value of the cryptocurrency on the daily chart. Whichever of these two values has a greater percentage, the loss is determined as the stop percentage.
Min (ATR, Percent): Compares the percentage value you enter into the system and the ATR value of the cryptocurrency on the daily chart. Whichever of these two values has a smaller percentage, the loss is determined as the stop percentage.
Mix (ATR, Percent): Creates a new value by adding the ATR value of the cryptocurrency on the daily chart to the percentage value you enter into the system. This new value is determined as a percentage of the stop loss.

5. You must enter the trailing stop percent you want here.
6. You can multiply the ATR value in the daily chart by one value to create a new ATR value. If you don’t want to use ATR, you should select “Percent” as the Trailing Distance Calculation Method from above. (The ATR multiplier is usually 0.618).
7. You can apply the setting changes to specific parities you want instead of all parities.

Note: You should click “Apply Changes to Pairs” button to save the last setting changes. 

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