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mgazda
13 posts
msg #38421
Ignore mgazda
10/12/2005 4:26:17 PM

I am backtesting an RSI(2)<1 filter but would like to "tell" the program that I only want to buy at the open if and when the price has gained 1.5% (or ANY percent for that matter).

If the stock NEVER climbs that high, I would never buy it.

If it's up 3% at the open, so be it...I will buy it.

Just would like to know the "code" other than just saying "buy at open". The code is placed in the Entry Price / Advanced Options section.

Thanks in advance!

Mike


Koronbock
201 posts
msg #38432
Ignore Koronbock
10/13/2005 6:38:05 AM

Mike,
at the moment you cannot formulate a condition based on "todays" filter for "tomorrow". I also requested that feature a long time ago from SF and Tom said, they would implement it. Unfortunately we do not not when.


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