Once you are in a trade, GFP will auto-send exit orders with precision based on your TRUE average price based on the inputs.
For example, if you are trading the ES SP500 and have $150 inputted for $ profit, once the average of all your open contracts = $150.01 (higher) then it will submit a market order to see % of your contract or set X Qty.
Then it wait X Seconds to send the next order. This is a KEY feature on GFP to have the "Delay (Sec)" feature.
Auto adjust the exit:
Once the first exit is completed, GFP will self adjust the following:
The next NEW Qty to exit. If you started with 10 contracts and exited 30% (3 contracts) then you have 7 left. So it will exit 30% of 7 or 2.1. Based on this, it rounds up to the next higher whole number and will exit 3 more on the next exit after X seconds. Now, you have 4 left. 30% of 4 is 1.2 contracts or rounded up would equal 2 contracts to exit. Etc.
Can you change the settings?
Yes, you can turn on/off, change any input setting while you are in a trade and the app will respond in real time during the life of a current open position.
For example, if you are wanted to change the % of contracts from 30% to 50%, you can. If you wanted to change $ per contract from $150 to $80, you can. The app will self adjust on the next tick.
Why would you use this function?
It is a precise exit function. It knows you exact True Average Price of all your open positions. It will wait for that exact moment to exit based on your inputs.
No more guessing, using your calculator, etc to figure this out anymore. GFP already knows this information.
The delay function can work well in your favor. If you have $150 per contract in there to exit 30% of the open contracts, and the market starts to go WAY in your favor, you will get much better fill prices as the market moves in your favor. This happens to us all the time.
On/Off = You have the option to use this function or not. You can turn this function off is it was on during the life of a trade.
% Qty Exit - The percentage of contracts to exit each time. It will be based on the change of contracts if you add or remove them during the life of the trade.
Qty Exit - This is an option, meaning, you can only choose % or Qty exit, not both. This would be a set number of contracts to exit each time.
$ Contract - This would be the average value of all the open contracts the market would have to be at to initiate the exit function.
Delay (Sec) - Once the last order is filled, it will wait X seconds to revisit the conditions. If after X seconds, the conditions are valid, then it will submit a new exit order based on the inputs.
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