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pivot point calculator

Amazing New Easy-To-Use Proprietary Multi Function
Pivot Point Calculator - Traders Calculator
That Times Your Entry and Exit
For Minimum Risk And Maximum PROFIT!

"Now You Don't Need To Own Expensive Trading Software To
Make Money In The Markets..."

pivot point calculator

Let's go through the Traders Calculator tools one at a time...

Swing Calculator

The calculator is used to project your Entry Point, Stop Loss, Profit Target, Your Gain/Profit, number of points to your Entry Point and the number of Units/Lots to place.

swing calculator

Enter the figures...

 S1 = Is the first swing price
 S2 = Is the second swing price
 S3 = Is the final swing price

swing target profit

Acceptable Loss is the amount you're willing to lose.

The Spread is the difference between the Bid and Ask or the Pip spread in a currency pair.

After pressing Calculate you'll be presented with your...

1) Entry Point: This is the ideal entry price.
2) Stop Loss: Where to place your Stop Loss if entry price is reached.
3) Target: Your profit target and possible exit price level.
4) Gain: The amount you will win.
5) PTS To Entry: Number of points to your Entry Price.
6) No Of Units: How many units/lots/contracts you can place based on the information you've provided.

The Swing Calculator can be used on any time frame from
5 minutes up to a Daily, Weekly or Monthly time frames.


Full details on how to Swing Trade are in the
comprehensive manual which accompanies the
Trader's Calculator software


Risk-Per-Trade Calculator

One of the principles of risk management is the 2 percent rule. The rule states that no more than 2 percent of a total portfolio should be lost on any individual trade.

The 2 percent rule is designed to limit a trader's loss while preserving capital. It's powerful insurance because it provides a trader with a number; you know before you enter a trade how much you can afford to lose. Applying this principle, a trader can afford to be wrong numerous times and still live to see the next trading day.

risk per trade calculator

1) Enter the Percentage amount of your account you wish to risk on the trade, from 1 to 5.
2) Enter your total capital in the Account Value box.
3) Then you enter your chosen Entry Price.
4) And finally enter your chosen Stop Loss price.

After clicking the Calculate button. you'll be shown the Position Size. This is the number of contracts/lots you can purchase based on the information given.

You shouldn't trade without first knowing what your risk reward ratio is.



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