Sniper Entry Pro V3.1

Introduction

Sniper Entry Pro is a comprehensive price action tool that integrates structure and trend analysis with displacement and Fibonacci levels to provide a detailed market perspective. It identifies an Entry Zone based on predetermined conditions and marks Entry Levels, Stop Loss, and Take Profit points on your chart.

With adjustable filters to match your trading strategy's confluence needs, Sniper Entry Pro can enhance accuracy, although it may reduce trading opportunities. It is optimized for all assets and timeframes, performing exceptionally well on higher timeframes. Use it alongside trend analysis and key levels to boost trading confidence and receive notifications of potential entries with TradingView's built-in alert system.


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Indicator Settings

We'll cover the indicator settings in two sections. First, we'll discuss the Entry Zone settings to help you identify potential trade opportunities. Then, we'll explain the Take Profit, Stop Loss, and Breakeven fields to manage those trades effectively.

We've intentionally omitted the Label Colors setting, as it's straightforward to understand.

Entry Zones and Filters:


Signal Type: Allows you to select the type of signal you wish to view. 'Both' would display both Long and Short signals.





Follow the link below for more information on Displacement:

Displacement

Follow the link below to find out more about Market Structure Shifts:

Market Structure Shifts

Trend Strength

A numerical input that likely defines the minimum strength or confirmation required for a trend before allowing a signal to be considered valid.







Live Label Offset: Adjusts the distance that the live TP/SL labels are offset from their default positions on the chart.


Entry Label Size: Adjusts the size of the labels for the entry zones, with an additional offset parameter that could adjust their position.


TP/SL Label Size: Similar to the Entry Label Size, this adjusts the size of the labels for the take profit and stop loss indications on the chart, with an offset feature as well.


Take Profit / Stop Loss / Breakeven Levels:


Take Profit

  • Type: You can choose between Swing, ATR, or Extended Fib-based Take Profit levels. If you're not familiar with ATR or Extended Fibonacci levels, we recommend sticking with 'Swing' until you're more familiar with the others.

  • Factor: This field only applies to the ATR-based Take Profit type and a factor of 1.5 means the Take Profit level is set at 1.5 times the determined unit of the ATR level.


Stop Loss

  • Type: Just like with the Take Profit settings, you have the option to choose either Swing or ATR-based calculations to determine how far the Stop Loss level should be set from your Entry point.

  • Factor: This field only applies to the ATR-based Stop Loss type and a factor of 2 means the Take Profit level is set at 2 times the determined unit of the ATR level.


Breakeven

  • Close at Breakeven: When checked, this option enables the strategy to exit a position at breakeven. This means that if a trade goes into profit by a certain amount, the Stop Loss can be moved to the entry price to prevent any loss on the trade ("risk-free").

  • Stop Loss to Breakeven: This dropdown lets you select when the Stop Loss should move to breakeven (e.g. if set to TP 1 the Stop Loss level will be moved to the Entry level after TP1 has been hit).

  • Stop Level: Here, you can decide where you would like the Stop Loss to move to after a Take Profit level has been hit (e.g. if you have the SL to BE set to TP2 and 'Stop Level' set to TP1, it will move the SL to TP1 after TP2 has been hit).


By adjusting any number of the settings above, you can tailor Sniper Entry Pro to your risk management preferences and trading style, whether you're looking for a tight risk control mechanism or aiming for larger wins by letting trades run. It's important for you to understand how each setting affects their potential trade outcomes and to set these in accordance with your overall trading plan.


Setting Limit Orders / Market Orders

Choosing between limit orders on a higher timeframe and market orders on a lower timeframe depends on your strategy and risk tolerance. Limit orders provide precise entry points but may not get filled, while market orders ensure entry but may incur slippage.

Take Profit Recommendations

For Take Profit (TP) levels using Sniper Entry Pro:

  • Higher Timeframes: Use swing points, allocating 40%, 40%, and 20% for the three TP levels, with the last portion for runners.

  • Lower Timeframes: Use the -0.27, -0.618, and -1 Fibonacci levels for TPs, with the same allocation percentages.

These guidelines should be adjusted based on your trading style and risk tolerance.

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