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Reversing Signals in OP
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Subject : Reversing Signals in OP
Posted : 12/29/2014 10:54 PM
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Related to OmniLanugage Thread.

As my end desire is to apply this in OmniPilot.

A few months back I began attempting use of OmniPilot and failed due to lack of time. I had to travel back and forth to Boulder, Colorado numerous times in a few months. Currently I'm residing in Boulder and now am settled in. Hoping I now have more time to devote to accomplishing this. As things have been inconsistent lately..

So, my question is - can OmniPilot fire on Reversing Signals?? Enter a LONG, then when a signal changes to a short - exits, then re-enters as a Long? Or, vice-versa?

And, how many bars typically would it take?? For instance, if I get an exit signal on the SAME BAR as an ENTRY - in theory, can this be done on the CURRENT Bar?? (basically its using the same strategy - a one system strategy as I noted in the thread above..)


[Edited by julesrulesny on 12/29/2014 11:14 PM]

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Attached file : sysTriggerLine2.txt (0KB - 269 downloads)

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