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Days Since Inception Filter

by Caleb, 563 days ago
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This item calculates the number of days since the inception of the security (first available bar date) and then accepts or rejects a new order depending on whether that value is higher or lower than a specified threshold.

If for example your want to ignore stocks that are less than 365 days old, you can add this money management script and set 365 as the "Minimum Days" threshold. Any new order whose underlying security is less than 10 days old will be automatically rejected and a new order from the pending list will be analyzed.

If you want to set up a threshold based on bars instead of days then you can simply use QuantShare formula and the "count" function.

Example:

ct = count() + 1;
buy = yourrule and ct > 20;

Enter long if "yourrule" is true and the current number of trading bars in the analyzed stocks is higher than 20.


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