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Hi guys,
i don't like this OnMarketData from NT.
There is an other one, runs perfectly in an OnBarUpdate() and there is no need for an OnMarketData method.
But i don't know where it come from.

 
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cur_Ask = MarketData.Ask.Price;
cur_Bid = MarketData.Bid.Price;
cur_Last = MarketData.Last.Price;
close_Pr_Day = MarketData.LastClose.Price;
cur_.... are personal variables and i use close_Pr_Day as the close of the previous day.

 
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if ( BarsInProgress == 0 && FirstTickOfBar)
            {
                close_Pr_Day = MarketData.LastClose.Price;        //call it only once and store it in close_Pr_Day
                
            }
However this don't work:
 
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day_Open = MarketData.Opening.Price;
Any idea ??

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Seriously nobody has heard of it ??

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The MarketData property is not supported NinjaScript so there is no expected behaviour. It is also possible that this property could be null so you should check for null object before accessing it. The opening price property may or may not be set depednant on what information we receive via the market data/broker provider API.

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I know it's not supported. It works for me as it has to do except the OPEN price.
My question was if anyone knows anything about where it come from.

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