Just wondering if there is a way to only allow one trade in a direction since a crossover had occurred?
Once that trade has completed, it would require the crossover to take place again before it would allow a trade to trigger again.
If you use CrossBelow and CrossAbove just specify the number of bars back it is allowed to occur.
Then evaluate for true.
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