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Building Winning Trading Systems with TradeStation by George Pruitt

By George Pruitt

I might name this booklet a beginner/intermediate point Tradestation consultant. It starts off with the very fundamentals of EasyLanguage after which strikes into a few basic buying and selling structures. in the event you get the Easylanguage rookies publications from Tradestation, you would not want the 1st 3rd of the e-book. i used to be trying to find a few coding rules in addition to a few debugging rules. I did get either from the publication. the center of the ebook is the great things and had a few buying and selling structures and debugging tools, yet now not $60 worthy. The ebook choked with all types of valuable info yet there's a lot of dead fluff, the final 3rd of the publication had plenty of Reserved phrases and reference stuff that won't essential to contain. there has been even interviews with method builders. i presumed this was once approximately construction buying and selling systems?? As was once pointed out in past stories, try and locate the e-book used. additionally, the publication was once released in 2003. The code within the ebook is ready four years outdated and continues to be usable yet dated.

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By the time we are through, you will fully understand every line of code in this system and be able to use the concepts to build your own analysis techniques from scratch. CONCLUSIONS The most important concept learned in this chapter is modular programming. An accurate program (analysis technique) is constructed by using individual 38 Building Winning Trading Systems with TradeStation building blocks. In our case, the building blocks are sections or modules of code that are utilized to improve readability and correctness.

CONDITIONAL BRANCHING WITH IF-THEN You can make your programs as complex as you need to by using control structures. These structures give programs the ability to react differently under different situations; based on information provided to it, a program can choose between different avenues of logic to follow. In other words, your program must make a decision. Decision processing requires three bits of information: (1) what information is used, (2) how to evaluate the information, and (3) what to do after the decision.

Let’s incorporate our newly found knowledge into MyStrategy1. The following code causes our program to make a decision based on the number of days we have been in the trade. If we have been in the trade for less than five days, then we want to exit a long/short position on the lowest low/highest high of the past ten days. After we have been in the trade for five days or more, we will revert back to our previous exit strategy (come out of a losing position on the close after five days). TE AM FL Y if (marketPosition = 1) then begin if(barsSinceEntry(0)<5) then begin Sell("LongLoss") next bar at Lowest(low,10) stop; end else begin if(close

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