# ATR (Average True Range) Stop Loss Calculator

## ATR (Average True Range) Stop Loss Calculator

A tool to calculate the stop loss for a trade based on the Average True Range indicator.

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## How to Use the ATR (Average True Range) Stop Loss Calculator

The ATR Stop Loss Calculator is a useful tool designed to calculate the appropriate stop loss for a trade based on the Average True Range (ATR) indicator. It provides traders with a means to determine the potential risk associated with a trade and helps in setting stop loss levels accordingly. By using this calculator, traders can make more informed decisions and manage their risk effectively.

## Instructions for Utilizing the Calculator

To use the ATR Stop Loss Calculator, follow these steps:

1. Fill in the required input fields with the following information:

a. Symbol: Enter the symbol or name of the trading instrument. This helps identify the specific asset or security for which you are calculating the stop loss.

b. Entry Price: Specify the price at which you entered the trade. This is the price at which you bought or sold the asset.

c. Stop Type: Select the type of stop you want to calculate. You have three options to choose from:

• ATR Based: This option calculates the stop loss based on the Average True Range indicator.
• Percentage Based: This option calculates the stop loss as a percentage of the entry price.
• Fixed Price Based: This option allows you to set a specific stop price.

d. ATR Period (for ATR Based Stop): If you selected the ATR Based stop type, enter the period length for the ATR indicator. This value determines the number of periods used in the ATR calculation.

e. ATR Multiplier (for ATR Based Stop): If you selected the ATR Based stop type, enter the multiplier for the ATR indicator. This value scales the ATR result to determine the stop loss level.

f. Percentage to Risk (for Percentage Based Stop): If you selected the Percentage Based stop type, enter the percentage of your trading capital that you are willing to risk on this trade. This value helps calculate the stop loss amount.

g. Stop Price (for Fixed Price Based Stop): If you selected the Fixed Price Based stop type, enter the specific price at which you want to set the stop loss.

1. After providing all the necessary input, click the Calculate ATR Stop Loss button.
2. The calculator will process the data and display the results in the table labeled ATR (Average True Range) Stop Loss Calculator Results.

## ATR (Average True Range) Stop Loss Calculator Formula

The formula used by the ATR Stop Loss Calculator varies depending on the selected stop type:

ATR Based Stop Loss: Entry Price - (ATR Period × ATR Multiplier)

Percentage Based Stop Loss: Entry Price - (Entry Price × (Percentage to Risk / 100))

Fixed Price Based Stop Loss: Stop Price

## Illustrative Example

Let's consider an example to better understand how the ATR Stop Loss Calculator works. Suppose you are trading a stock with the symbol XYZ and you entered the trade at a price of \$50. You decide to use the ATR Based stop type with an ATR period of 14 and an ATR multiplier of 2.5. By inputting these values into the calculator, you will obtain the ATR-based stop loss value.

The calculator will then display the following results:

• Symbol: XYZ
• Entry Price: \$50.00
• Stop Type: ATR Based
• ATR Period: 14
• ATR Multiplier: 2.5
• ATR Stop Loss: \$35.00

## Illustrative Table Example

Here is a table with multiple rows of example data, showcasing different scenarios and their corresponding results:

Symbol

Entry Price

Stop Type

ATR Period

ATR Multiplier

Percentage to Risk

Stop Price

ATR Stop Loss

Risk Amount

Price Stop Loss

XYZ\$50.00ATR Based142.5\$35.00
ABC\$25.00Percentage Based2%\$0.50
DEF\$40.00Fixed Price Based\$35.50\$35.50

The ATR Stop Loss Calculator is a powerful tool that helps traders determine the appropriate stop loss levels for their trades. By inputting relevant data such as the symbol, entry price, and stop type, traders can calculate the stop loss based on the ATR indicator, a percentage of the entry price, or a fixed price. This calculator empowers traders to make well-informed decisions and manage their risk effectively in the financial markets.