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Stepped trailing strategy example

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This is a stepped trailing exit example for educational purpose.

Short brief.
There are 1 stop loss and 3 profit levels.
  • When first tp is reached we move stop loss to break-even.
  • When second tp is reached we move stop loss to first tp.
  • When third tp is reached we exit by profit.
Notas de Lançamento: Stop Loss & Take Profit in %% for independence from instrument's tick size.
Notas de Lançamento: New input `activateTrailingOnThirdStep` added.
With `activateTrailingOnThirdStep = true` when tp2 will be reached, the strategy places trailing stop with amount at tp3 level and offset at tp2 level.
By default the old behavior remains.
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500moeda
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So nice script!

Abusing your knowledge a bit, could you do something like this in a study version and with % instead of points?

It would be magnificent.
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Really nice, clean and usefull script!!

Too bad the "strategy" commands don't work in studies, this would be so helpfull and avoid a lot of unneccesary coding and keeping track of variables.

Good job!

Gr, JD.
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adolgov Duyck
@Duyck, the `strategy` can all things that `study` can )
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Duyck adolgov
@adolgov, I know, but a study can't do all the things a strategy can.
it would be super usefull if the "wall" between strategies and studies would disappear.

right now studies can't keep track of trades and strategies can't launch alerts,...
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adolgov Duyck
@Duyck, strategies will can launch alerts soon ;-)
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Duyck adolgov
@adolgov, Great!! ;-)
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nilux Duyck
@Duyck, yeah I was thinking the same. It's a great strategy but it would be a dirty job to turn this into a study, maybe with 500 lines of code to keep track of all the entries, exits etc...
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nice script:)
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