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NinjaTrader ATM in EasyLanguage

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Bimi View Post
bigmike has a tutorial and sample code to do scalings. I would copy his code and modify it for your purpose.

Do you have a link for where this is located?

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Arich, you can find the tutorial here:
https://futures.io/multicharts/11278-video-tutorial-how-create-advanced-multicharts-easylanguage-strategy.html

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Ok, so I wanted to explain a difference that I noticed between NT and MC when coding entries.

In NT, when you code an entry (in my experience, which is limited) you have to code each lot if your goal is to have multiple targets. For example, if you want to enter a buy and have three targets:

In NT it would look like this:

//Conditions for entry would be here, then:

EnterLong (100000, "Long1");
EnterLong (100000, "Long2");
EnterLong (100000, "Long3");

In MC the same entry for three targets looks like this:

//Conditions for entry are here, then:

Buy ("Enter Long") 300000 contracts next bar at Market;

From what I can see, the difference is that NT creates three separate orders which are then tied to three separate exits, while MC groups all the orders together and uses the exits to manage how much is exited at a time.

That's a beginner's interpretation of what is happening. Can anyone confirm or improve my findings?


i am newbie, can any experienced MC programmer post the anwser to this question please

TIA

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