Parabolic Stop and Reverse

What is the definition of Parabolic SAR?

Parabolic Stop and Reverse or Parabolic SAR was originated by the famous technician J Welles Wilder. The idea was to find changes in share price trends. Many investors use Parabolic SARs to set trailing stop losses on stocks.

Parabolic SAR Charts

Stockopedia uses the following defaults in the chart package for Parabolic SAR: Initial Acceleration 0.02, Incremental Acceleration 0.02, Maximum Acceleration 0.2


Stockopedia explains Parabolic SAR...

You can learn much more about Parabolic SAR at Wikipedia.



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