I am having trouble trying to call up my ATMStrategy (from my SuperDom) in my Strategy that was written in the Strategy Wizard.Is there a simple link I can reference in my program that will call up the ATMStrategy once I have entered into a position? Or can someone share with me a sample code of how this is accomplished.
you can NOT do a strategy in the wizard with ATM-stuff in NT6.5.
you also can NOT add an ATM to an open postition (that would really be great + a big improvement ...)
you must code this costume in the strategy - have a look at the ninjaforum -there are samples+disc. about that.
Also look in the Ninja-Help : ATM-stuff - there you find sample too - its not very complicated i think.
a wizard-strat you can open manualy + modify it -- but after that you cant open it in the wizard again.
all things that are good to know before you take action.
if i have time later, i can have a look later in the afternoon.
hope it helps a bit.
what about posting your strategy here (open it without wizard to see the code via Edit Ninjascript - strategy) and we work together on how to include the ATMs ! That would be helpful for all + be archieved here then - kind of a workshop.
If your condition-code should be "secret" just change the indicators + settings.
Open the code - copy it and post it
only posting an ATM sample for you makes no sense in my eyes.
one have to insert it in the right way + place.
I've never used the wizard, but you can just program a condition to check in your code. You'll need to know C# to do it, but it isn't at all difficult. I suggest not relying on the wizard, and instead start opening up code and learning how to do it yourself so you can create more powerful strategies. It isn't that hard, and there are thousands of examples you can dissect, just look at any existing indicator or strategy.
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