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Sesonal trading

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Trading Apprentice
Stockholm
 
Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: MultiCharts
Favorite Futures: Stocks, Indexes
 
Posts: 2 since Nov 2015
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Sesonal trading

Hey!

* Im new to MultiCharts and trying to code a seasonal code that only applies for specific months. Ive tried everything, not sure if it works?

* The average buy down (100 shares) does not work either. Anyone knows?
(The conditions look different since I tried them both without sucess)

This is the code;

Inputs:
Length (24);

Condition1 = c > average (c,200);
Condition2 = Month(currentdate)<> 5;
Condition3 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (6);
Condition4 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (7);
Condition5 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (8);


if marketposition = 0 then begin

if rsi (c,length) <= 30 and condition1 and condition2 and condition3 and condition4 and condition5 then begin
buy ("Enter long 50") 50 shares next bar at market;

end;
end;

if marketposition = 1 then begin
if rsi (c, length) <= 20 and condition1 then begin
buy ("Enter long 100") 100 shares this bar at close;

end;
end;


if rsi(c,length) >= 55 then sell this bar at close;

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 Vendor: www.abctradinggroup.com 
Hamburg Germany
 
Futures Experience: Advanced
Platform: Multicharts, Tradestation
Broker/Data: DTN IQ
Favorite Futures: ES
 
Posts: 1,807 since Apr 2013
Thanks: 293 given, 1,102 received

Andreas021,

you should look into the reserved word "currentdate" and what it returns - assuming you also want to be able to backtest your code of course.
What are your settings for multiple entries into the same position? Maybe you are just blocking more than one entry.

Regards,

ABCTG


Andreas021 View Post
Hey!

* Im new to MultiCharts and trying to code a seasonal code that only applies for specific months. Ive tried everything, not sure if it works?

* The average buy down (100 shares) does not work either. Anyone knows?
(The conditions look different since I tried them both without sucess)

This is the code;

Inputs:
Length (24);

Condition1 = c > average (c,200);
Condition2 = Month(currentdate)<> 5;
Condition3 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (6);
Condition4 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (7);
Condition5 = Month(currentdate)<> Month (8);


if marketposition = 0 then begin

if rsi (c,length) <= 30 and condition1 and condition2 and condition3 and condition4 and condition5 then begin
buy ("Enter long 50") 50 shares next bar at market;

end;
end;

if marketposition = 1 then begin
if rsi (c, length) <= 20 and condition1 then begin
buy ("Enter long 100") 100 shares this bar at close;

end;
end;


if rsi(c,length) >= 55 then sell this bar at close;


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Trading Apprentice
Stockholm
 
Futures Experience: Intermediate
Platform: MultiCharts
Favorite Futures: Stocks, Indexes
 
Posts: 2 since Nov 2015
Thanks: 1 given, 0 received

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Currentdate returns a number;

The value wil be 1081030 if the current date is October 30th, 2008.

The 108 is the number of years ago form the reference so the 108[10]30 means the month. Since the <> 5 didnt work I tried:

condition2 = currentdate(month) <> 500;

and condition2 = Month (currentdate) <>500;

and condition2 = month <> 500;

Still doesnt work.

Regarding the multiple entries I have to look into that further, no instructions are found but it seems I have to defined the entries as parameters in the inputs.

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 Vendor: www.abctradinggroup.com 
Hamburg Germany
 
Futures Experience: Advanced
Platform: Multicharts, Tradestation
Broker/Data: DTN IQ
Favorite Futures: ES
 
Posts: 1,807 since Apr 2013
Thanks: 293 given, 1,102 received

Andreas021,

that's correct, but you seem to miss the most important part in the definition. It doesn't return the chart date, but the current (i.e. today's) date of your computer, which most likely will be the same over all the bars on your chart.

Regards,
ABCTG


Andreas021 View Post
Currentdate returns a number;

The value wil be 1081030 if the current date is October 30th, 2008.

The 108 is the number of years ago form the reference so the 108[10]30 means the month. Since the <> 5 didnt work I tried:

condition2 = currentdate(month) <> 500;

and condition2 = Month (currentdate) <>500;

and condition2 = month <> 500;

Still doesnt work.

Regarding the multiple entries I have to look into that further, no instructions are found but it seems I have to defined the entries as parameters in the inputs.


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