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Has Anyone Figured Out Partial Exits w/ Thinkscript Strategies?


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Has Anyone Figured Out Partial Exits w/ Thinkscript Strategies?

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devildriver6
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Like the title says - looking to see if anyone has figured out how to write the code to partially exit out on the strategies.
Also - how in the hell do you plot the entry price properly?

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