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Hello to all and thankyou for reading this;

My strategy is using sine wave as 'support' (white color) and 'resistance' (red color).

Once the moving average cross above the resistance then buy in

Once the moving average cross below the support line then sell.






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ccansonchan,

there is always the possibility that values within a strategy are different compared to values you see on a chart for an indicator (one reason could be a different "maximum bars back" setting). Therefore it can make sense to use the "Print" reserved word to check the values within your strategy code. In Multicharts you can also utilize i_SetPlotValue and i_GetPlotValue to display strategy values using an indicator. This can be helpful in tracking the differences down.

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I like the strategy even when using normal candlesticks and an exponential moving average of 5 periods!

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