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2021-10-25 00:42:33

Hello Quantshare,
how do I backtest the following?
Buy any stock at 10:30am that had a high of at least 20% above open and sell at 2% profit the same day.
I think I already have an idea how to add price and volume.

Also, do you have script programming examples I could look through?
Thanks, Ed

2021-10-26 09:50:59


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