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builderer
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msg #45250
Ignore builderer
6/24/2006 3:30:52 PM

I apologize for the previous no subject post. It got away from me.

In backtesting...

In backtesting.....How does one referance the purchase price of a stock? A stop loss and profit stop must reference this price, so I asssume this data is available.


I wish to establish a conditional sell as an exit trigger. I know setting a sell stop or a trailing stop will accomplish this, but impact all transactions.

For example: "Exit if close is below purchase price and ADX(14) is declining"

TIA


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