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                                                   Mixing Daily and Monthly (or weekly) data


Amritendu Maji
2017-07-11 16:30:34

Say I want to trade a system, when the monthly (or weekly) closing price crosses over the 20 day SMA. I will buy at the next open (beginning of month/week).

How can I do that?

Thank you,

2017-07-12 05:05:39


You can combine different time frames using functions such as: TimeframeApply
Please check this for example:

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