Entradas e Saídas Parciais | Vilela One | Robô Trader para Metatrader 5 (MT5)


On this video, we’ll be talking about
“Partial Exits” and “Partial Entries”. “Partial Exits” are sort of a “Take Profit”
and “Stop Loss”, but with just part of the position.
Instead of exiting with everything and close the position, we exit with just a part of it
keeping the rest. On this video, I assume you’ve already seen the video
about “Stop Loss” and “Take Profit”, or, at least,
you already know what they are. The two main purposes
of having a “Partial Exit” would be guaranteeing
part of the profit, having a “Partial Exit”
between the “Entry” and the “Take Profit”, having a “Partial Exit”
in favor of the operation, or reducing the risk, having a “Partial Exit”
between the “Entry” and the “Stop Loss”. In this case, we’d have a “Partial Exit”
against the operation. Let’s take a look
at each situation and then we talk
about “Partial Entries”. So I have my Expert Advisor
making a purchase, “Stop Loss” is set at 500 points
and “Take Profit” is set at 1,000 points. My goal is placing a “Partial Exit”
mid-way through “Take Profit”, which is 500 points. If it reaches 500,
it exits with one-half. When it reaches 1,000,
if it does, it exits with the second contract. The most important thing
in order to have a “Partial Exit” is having a “Volume”
that allows me to make an exit. At the mini BOVESPA
that is being used as example, the minimum volume for an operation is 1.
So I’m executing an operation with 2. It enters with 2,
it exits with 1 on “Partial Exit”, and it exits with 1 on “Take Profit”. I’ll scroll down
to “Partial Exits” settings, At “Distance” I set “500”,
at “Volume” I set “1”. So I exit with one contract
at 500 points. Here I have
the same operation again. But now we have here a “PE”,
“Partial Exit” of $ 100,00. Our “Take Profit” is considering
what would happen if we reached here with two contracts,
which is what we have, if we reached here at 1,000 points
with two contracts, we’d have a $ 400,00 profit. However, we have a “PE” here.
If we reach the “PE” with one contract, we exit mid-way through
at $ 100,00. Let’s take a look at what happens
when “PE” is reached. Here. We had a $ 100,00 profit
and we exit with one contract. Now our “Take Profit”
changed from $ 400,00 to $ 200,00, because now we have one contract
instead of two. And our operation keeps going,
keeps running. This was a “Partial Exit”
in favor of the operation, aiming to guarantee the profit. Now let’s see the opposite, what would be
a “Partial Exit” against the operation, aiming to reduce the risk. All we have to do here
is switch from “In favor of the operation” to “Against the operation”. As our Stop is set at 500 points,
we set it mid-way through at 250. Let’s run to see
how the test looks. So here we have
our operation bought, our “Take Profit” is still at 1,000 points,
our “Stop Loss” is still at 500 points, and our “Partial Exit”
moved from here, from this direction
in favor of the operation, that means in favor of “Take Profit”, to here, against the operation. What will happen here is that,
when it’s reached, we’ll be reducing our loss,
which would be $ -200,00, it would be a $ 200,00 loss, it’ll be a $ 50,00 loss
when it reaches here, as well as losing more $ 100,00
if it comes to reach the “Stop Loss”, let’s let it run
so it can reach there. The operation
is running in favor. It reached our “Partial Exit”. Here we’ve already assumed
a $ 50,00 loss and we’ve let a $ 100,00
open-ended, those $ 100,00 will be debited
only if Stop is reached. If we can reduce the position, which is the “Partial Exit”
we just saw, we can also increase it,
which would be the “Partial Entry”. Just like “Partial Exit”,
a “Partial Entry” can be in favor of the operation
and against it. The logic behind “Partial Entry”
against the operation is: “I bought an asset,
its price dropped, it’s cheaper,
so I’ll buy more.” The “Partial Entry” in favor
of the operation has the following logic: “I made a trend purchase,
I’m waiting for the price to rise, the price rose,
it’s confirming the movement, so I’ll increase my exposure.” I’ll set a “Partial Entry”
against the operation, I’ll set 250 points, for example,
and 2 contracts for “Volume”. When it’s reached at 250 points
below the entry, against the operation, our position
will be increased by 2. Our initial position is already 2,
so it’ll be duplicated. Let’s run the test
to see how it looks. Here is our entry price,
here is our “Stop Loss”, and here is our “Partial Entry”
against the operation, between entry and “Stop Loss”. As I know it’s a netting account, I don’t intend on going into details about the difference
between hedging and netting, there is a specific video about it, but, as it’s a netting account,
we’ll be doing an average price. Two contracts were bought here. Two more contracts
will be bought here, so we’ll have an average price
between both of them, summing up four contracts. Let’s run to see it working. Here we are. It reached our “Partial Entry”. Here is a “Theoretical Price”,
where our original entry was. Our “Partial Entry” was here, we can see it
because of the entry’s height level, we can see our position
moved to the center, it is positioned exactly
in the middle of where our “Theoretical Price” is
and our “Partial Entry” were. This brings us
a big disadvantage, because the price is moving
against the operation, and now we’re moving
with four contracts instead of two, which made our “Stop Loss” heavier. However, it also bring us
a great advantage, if there was not
an increase on the position, the price would have to go back
up to the gray line so we would be able
to go back to positive values. However, with the increase on the position
and with the average price, we need to go back
just up to this blue line, which is our new entry price,
our average price. At the moment
the price goes past the blue line, we’ll be back
to positive values. A “Partial Entry” in favor
of the operation is the same thing, but to the other side. Let’s run this test
so we can have them all completed. Here is a “Partial Entry”
in the direction between “Take” and entry. When it’s reached,
the same thing happens. The average price is placed between where “Partial Entry” is
and where the original entry were. This time, however,
it’s moved to the other side, obviously. The greatest advantage is that we increased the position
when we were already profiting. We are already profiting,
we increased the position, so our risk is smaller. We are going up
when already on a profit position. However, the great disadvantage, exactly the opposite
of “Partial Entry” against the operation, is that our entry price
is really close to this point. So, before the “Partial Entry”, if our price
went back down to the gray line, it would turn into negative. Now only by reaching the blue line,
it already becomes negative. So these were
“Partial Entries and Exits”. If you have any doubts,
leave a comment down here, and for the next video,
I recommend taking a look at “Positioning”. “Positioning” is a way of associating
“Partial Entries and Exits”, in other words,
I have only one “Partial Entry”, if a “Partial Exit” is reached, if it is executed,
or the other way around. So it’s a way of linking
both levels. See you next video.
See you.

13 Replies to “Entradas e Saídas Parciais | Vilela One | Robô Trader para Metatrader 5 (MT5)”

  1. Outra coisa importante pra mim seria uma matriz tomada de decisão, um fator para cada um dos indicadores para ponderar a porcentagem de indicadores para entrada, cada indicador tem um peso diferente dependendo por exemplo, da taxa de acerto do indicador isoladamente ou até mesmo após montada a estratégia, q eles possam ser otimizados.

  2. Seria interessante que entradas parciais fossem ativadas novamente por novo sinal de entrada e não de maneira "aleatória" como atualmente. Isso ajudaria a atingir um alvo médio mais facilmente.

  3. Estou utilizando o One 4.0, não funciona em conta hedge. O One 5.0 funciona? Seria legal uma compra/venda de segurança, se o preço for contra a operação, abre-se uma ordem contra a operação até zerar o prejuízo.

  4. VILELA pra presidente! rs rs rs . Mestre era isso mesmo que queria. Muito obrigado. Faça mais alguns sobre os setups ajudou bastante. Vou procurar o que citou neste vídeo, para aumentar o entendimento. Tua didática é matadora. SHOW. Quero mais hein?

  5. Ao final deste vídeo você fala de um outro vídeo sobre "Posicionar". Não encontro esse vídeo. Você poderia me passar o link?
    Abs

  6. Vilela, eu sempre curto os videos mas agora tenho que comentar. Esses seus videos estão SENSACIONAIL para quem esta comecando

  7. Na versão gratuita, tem como colocar algum código no campo, já que não tem o botão "contra operação" na saída parcial contra para diminuir o loss?

  8. Muito bom vídeo.
    Estou tentando implementar uma saída parcial no robô que estou desenvolvendo mql5.
    Não consigo fazer funcionar. Consegue me ajudar?

  9. Excelente vídeo, parabéns! Ao final deste vídeo você fala de um outro vídeo sobre "Posicionar". Não encontro esse vídeo. Você poderia me passar o link?
    Abs

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