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Every exit strategy must include a money management exit. A money management exit is generally implemented using a stop order. Therefore, it is often referred to as a money management stop. Such a stop closes out a trade at a specified amount of adverse excursion (movement against the trade), or at a specified price below (if long) or above (if short) the price at which the trade was entered. A money management stop generally stays in place for the duration of the trade. Its purpose is to control the maximum risk considered tolerable. Of course, the potential risk may be greater than what was expected. The market could go limit up (or down) or have a large overnight gap. Trading without a money management stop is like flying in a rickety old plane without a parachute, The issue is not whether a money management stop should be used. Rather, it is determining the optimal placement of the stop. There are many ways to decide where to place money management stops, The simplest placement occurs by assessing the maximum amount of money that can be risked on a given trade. For
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example, if a trade on the S&P 500 is entered and the trader is not be willing to risk more than $1,500, a money management stop that uses a $1,500 stop-loss order would be specified. If the market moves against the trade more than $1,500 (three S&P points), the stop gets hit and the position is closed out. Another way to set the money management stop is on the basis of volatility. In volatile markets and periods, it may be a good idea to give trades more room to breathe, i.e., to avoid having the stop so close to the market that potentially profitable trades get stopped out with losses. A good way to set a money management stop is on the basis, of a price barrier, such as a trendline or support/resistance level. In such cases, the stop also serves as a critical threshold exit. For example, if there are a number of trend and support lines around 936.00 on the S&P 500, and a long position at 937.00 has just been entered, it might be worth considering the placement of a stop a little below 936.00, e.g., at 935.50. Setting a protective stop at 935 is logical since a break through support suggests that the trend has changed and that it is no longer smart to be long the S&P 500. In this example, only $750 is at risk, substantially less than the $1,500 risked when using the money management stop that was based on a dollar amount. A tighter stop can often be set using a barrier or critical price model than would be the case using a simple dollar-amount model. As hinted above, setting a money management stop involves a compromise. It is good to have a very tight stop, since losing trades then involve only tiny, relatively painless losses. However, as the stop is righrened (i.e., moved closer to the entry or current price), the likelihood of it getting triggered increases, even if the market eventually moves in favor of the trade. For example, if a $50 stop loss is set, almost all trades on the S&P 500, regardless of entry method, will be stopped out with small losses. As a stop gets tighter, the percentage of winning trades will decrease. The stop eventually ends up sacrificing most of what would have been profitable trades. On the other hand, if the stop is too loose, although the winning trades are retained, the adverse excursion on those winners, and the losses on the losing trades, will quickly become intolerable. The secret is to find a stop that effectively controls losses with out sacrificing too many of the trades that provide profits.
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