TrailMe settings

Parameters to configure additional trailing for various types of orders. Trailing works just like it does for the TSSL strategy, the difference being the starting point of trailing.

Orders resulting from trailing are only placed when the main strategy criteria are met, and confirming indicators (if any) allow the order. All these conditions must occur in the same cycle.

Parameter Default value Description
TRAIL_ME_BUY false Values: true or false.
Use this to enable tssl-style trailing after the normal strategy buy criteria are met.
TRAIL_ME_SELL false Values: true or false.
Use this to enable tssl-style trailing after the normal strategy sell criteria are met.
TRAIL_ME_DU false Values: true or false.
Use this to enable tssl-style trailing for double up orders.
TRAIL_ME_RT false Values: true or false.
Use this to enable tssl-style trailing for RT_BUY orders.
TM_RT_SELL false Values: true or false.
Use this to enable tssl-style trailing for RT_SELL orders above the last RT_BUY rate.
TRAIL_ME_BUY_RANGE 0.5 Values: numerical – represent a percentage.
This sets the buy range for TrailMe. Setting a range of 0.5% at a starting price of 0.1 would set a range between 0.0995 and 0.1005. As long as prices keep moving downwards, the range moves down along with the price. As soon as prices start going upward, the range freezes and a buy order is placed when the price crosses the upper boundary of the range.
TRAIL_ME_SELL_RANGE 0.5 Values: numerical – represent a percentage.
This sets the sell range for TrailMe. Setting a range of 0.5% at a current price of 0.1 would set a range between 0.0995 and 0.1005. As long as prices keep moving upwards, the range moves up along with the price. As soon as prices start going downward, the range freezes and a sell order is placed when the prices crosses the lower boundary of the range.
TRAIL_ME_RT_SELL_RANGE 0.5 Values: numerical – represent a percentage.
This sets the sell range for TrailMe. Setting a range of 0.5% at a current price of 0.1 would set a range between 0.0995 and 0.1005. As long as prices keep moving upwards, the range moves up along with the price. As soon as prices start going downward, the range freezes and a sell order is placed when the prices crosses the lower boundary of the range.

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