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Switch Traded Asset

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This money management script allows you to use an asset as a signal in your trading system then trade a different asset.

It works by creating a trading system with one single asset, defines your buy and short rules (no sell or cover) then specify in the money management script inputs which asset to trade when the buy signal is on and which asset to trade when the short signal is on.

Say, you have created a simple trading system based on the S&P 500. The system would enter long when the SPY (S&P 500 ETF) is above its moving average and short when the it is below its moving average.
Say, you don't want to enter long and short the SPY but instead use a leveraged ETF.

By simply adding this money management script to your trading system then specifiying UPRO for example in the "Buy switch symbol" field and SPXU for example in the "Short switch symbol", you will create a trading system that enters long UPRO when SPY is above its moving average and enters long SPXU when SPY is below its moving average.



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