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wcurtis
40 posts
msg #133174
Ignore wcurtis
12/11/2016 4:35:24 PM

Someone included this phrase in a filter that I copied a while back and I was wondering, how was it calculated. I did some research, but came up empty. It will provide a level ( dollar amount ) to recommend an entry point. I'd just like to know what's it based on.

set{enterprice,low}
add column enterprice{buy limit}

Kevin_in_GA
4,599 posts
msg #133300
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
12/19/2016 7:01:50 PM

It simply adds a column to your filter results that is the value of the lowest traded price for today. It uses the SET{} command to rename the low of the day as a new variable called entryprice. Then it renames the standard name for that column(entryprice) to whatever is typed between the {} brackets.

wcurtis
40 posts
msg #133333
Ignore wcurtis
12/20/2016 10:29:21 PM

That's it ! Thank you Kevin.

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