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@Golden Dragon: Hi @iRobot. Sorry, not yet. Other committments have kept me from being able to work on this for the past week. Gotta pay the piper for today before I can focus on the retirement plans again.
@Golden Dragon: Hi @iRobot That would be quite easy to implement. I'm currently working on an extensive re-write of the risk management side which includes stop loss settings quite similar to what you've described.
@Golden Dragon: @MRSV Thanks :-) Glad you got it working.
@Golden Dragon: @MRSV - Please read the discussion of this error a little further up in the comments.
@Golden Dragon: @fomega If you haven't already done so Build the indicators. Make sure to delete the original two references from the top of the Goldern Dragon.cs source file, and then click on the Add Reference button at the top of the editor. Navigate to your My Documents > cAlgo > Source > Indicators folder and select the BelkhayatePRC.algo file. Repeat this process for the Hull Moving Average.algo file. Build the Dragon.
@Golden Dragon: @fomega Please read the install instructions linked at the top of every robot and indicator page, and the instructions contained in the first paragraphs at the top of this page.
@Golden Dragon: I've added a sample gold recipe to the top of the page. It should provide a useful starting point for developing a more robust strategy.
@Golden Dragon: The backtesting performance hit comes from the Belkhayate indicator as well. Regression math is pretty processor intensive stuff, even for a linear regression. I've been considering building the needed parts of the indicators into the bot which would optimize things somewhat. Thanks for the thoughts on silencing the errors. I'll have another attempt at sorting it out soon.
@Golden Dragon: ...and if you'd care to share you EURUSD test parameters with me I'll take a look and see if I can reproduce the infinite loop situation. You can email them to me at info[at]nobulart[dot]com
@Golden Dragon: Hello @marthonGT. Thank you for the kind words :-) The error is generated by the BelkhayatePRC indicator during startup because, as I understand it, it doesn't have any data to feed back to the bot until the number of bars elapsed equals the COG period. I've looked for ways to suppress the error messages, but haven't put a great deal of effort into it because it doesn'y adversely affect the operation of the bot. If you (or anyone) comes up with a suitable means of cleaning this error "noise" I'd love to know how to do it. Thanks!
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