@jorgemontero, sorry I understand where the confusion is from.
I adjust my stop loss depending on time from and profit target or more accurately the time and price cycle.
If I am trading under the 1H chart, for example, the 5M or 15M which I trade frequently I will use a 5 to 10 pip target depending on the liquidity with a 7 pip stop loss with a quantity of .05 lot. This ensures that around 50 pips I will have at least a 1% equity gain.
However I also day trade mostly the EURO and NY sessions, I will generally use a 20-25 pip stop loss and a 25-50 pip target.
I do not trade overnight or multi-day or week. Which require a much greater stop loss or you get stopped out.
In any case, I use a Double Bullinger Band and trade the 2% deviations or the reversal between. I will use the 2% signal lines to measure the range. Ok, the price action is all about location and momentum. where is it and how far will it travel in this time frame. This the S&R is my 2% deviation signal lines and the slope is the momentum. The location of the PA is from which you would measure your SL and TP between the 2% deviation lines. Then make sure you have a minimum of a 1:1 risk-reward ratio and you off to the races.
Another way to do this is with a simple time and price cycle check box.