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what should I put in the buy exit or sell exit cell in spreadsheet if I want to clos

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what should I put in the buy exit or sell exit cell in spreadsheet if I want to clos

what should I put in the buy exit or sell exit cell in spreadsheet if I want to close position on current bar close ?

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To close a trade, put a formula that evaluates to True or 1 based on what ever condition you want. For example if the 50 ema is study ID 1, subgraph 1, and you want to exit when the last price of the bar is greater than the 50 ema, you would put =E3>ID1.SG1@3


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To only exit when you are in a trade, you should check cell J8 to be > 0 for a Buy Exit. So the above formula would be =AND(E3>ID1.SG1@3,J$8>0)



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J8 in my version is not the one you mentioned. And I just want to exit without any ema stuff. How can I do that ?

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Perhaps I misunderstood the question. To exit a long trade cell L3 should be set to 1. To exit a short trade cell N3 should be set to one. Does that help?


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