Jul 172012


Chandelier Exits (CE) was authored, by Chuck LeBeau. CE identifies stop loss exit points for long or short positions. Optional entry points are also displayed. CE uses an exponential moving average to determine the current trend; then the average true range times a user defined factor is either, depending upon the trend, added or subtracted from the highest high or lowest low. The user may change the position (long), input (close), method (EMA), period lengths, look back, factor and show entry option. This indicator’s definition is further expressed in the condensed code given in the calculation below.


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How To Trade Using Chandelier Exits

Chandelier Exits are designed to aid in stop loss exit decisions. However entry points are optionally provided. These are based on five consecutive increases in an uptrend (buy) or five consecutive decreases in a down trend (sell).


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//position = pos, user defined, default is long
//input = price, user defined, default is close
//method = moving average (ma), user defined, default is EMA
//period1 = maP, user defined, default is 63
//period2 = upP, user defined, default is 22
//period3 = dnP, user defined, default is 22
//look back = lb, user defined, default is 5
//factor = fac, user defined, default is 3
//show entry = showE, user defined boolean, default is false
//index = current bar number, prev = previous
//shortP = short position, longP = long position
//index = current bar number
ma = ma(method, index, maP, key);
prevP = price[index-1];
upTrend = price moreThan ma;
dnTrend = price lessThan ma;
if (upTrend)
    atrUp = atr(index, upP);
    highest = highest(index, upP, HIGH);
    chand = highest - fac * atrUp;
if (dnTrend)
    atrDn = atr(index, dnP);
    lowest = lowest(index, dnP, LOW);
    chand = lowest + fac * atrDn;
Plot: chand;
lowFive = false;
for (i = -(lb-1); i lessOr=0; i++) 
    cP = price[index+i];
    prevP = price[index+i-1];
    cMa = MA[index+i];
    pMa = MA[index+i-1];
    lowFive =  (cP lessThan prevP AND cP lessThan cMa AND prevP lessThan pMa);
    if (!lowFive) break;
highFive = false;
for (i = -(lb-1); i lessOr=0; i++)
    cP = price[index+i];
    prevP = price[index+i-1];
    cMa = MA[index+i];
    pMa = MA[index+i-1];
    highFive =  (cP moreThan prevP AND cP moreThan cMa AND prevP moreThan pMa);
    if (!highFive) break;
sell = false, buy = false;
if (chand != 0)
    if (longP AND upTrend)
        sell = prevP moreThan chand AND price lessThan chand;  //sell to exit
        buy = highFive AND showE; //buy
    if (shortP AND dnTrend)
        sell = lowFive AND showE; //sell short
        buy = prevP lessThan chand AND price moreThan chand; //buy to cover