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38 posts
msg #35605
Ignore leaddog
4/14/2005 11:16:07 AM

Can you specify entry if the open is higher than yesterdays close?

267 posts
msg #35608
Ignore tomb
4/14/2005 1:26:25 PM


At this time we do not have an entry trigger feature that would allow you to conditionally enter based on the open price. Right now, the entry is based on a value and whether that value is met.

This is a good idea and we will definitely look to implement this in the near future.

Thank you,

Tom Support

1 posts
msg #35621
Ignore biopats
4/15/2005 11:20:36 PM

Tom, how bout a stop/exit based on most recent pivot (I wouldn't even know how to write for a pivot) or at least the low of the entry day if going long?

Is there phrase that uses "entry", such as "price is below low of entry" for the stop/exit on a long position.

Thanks and great work on BT!

42 posts
msg #44597
Ignore dmindy
6/4/2006 4:11:43 PM

Did this ever get implemented or is it still just a number value

42 posts
msg #45302
Ignore dmindy
6/26/2006 9:35:07 PM

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