• #2716
      pshai
      Admin

      Thanks man! I really kinda appreciate it.

    • #2715
      pshai
      Admin

      Set “1. Used Currency” to Quote
      Set “2.1. Total Buy Amount” to for example 2000
      Set “3. Order Size” to for example 20

      Now, your setup will create 100 buy orders, all worth 20 bucks. All you need to do next is to setup the grid the way you want it.

    • #2714
      pshai
      Admin

      No idea.. That’s the error I hate the most, that’s all I know.

    • #2712
      pshai
      Admin

      Hmm, looks like you are running an older version of HTS. I can’t remember the version, but a custom color input was introduced for Log command. You can remove the color inputs from the Log() command calls as well.

      • This reply was modified 3 days, 4 hours ago by pshai.
    • #2626
      pshai
      Admin

      Well, one good example would be a daily moving average that is using closed prices only. You would only have to calculate that ONCE every 1440 minutes, right? But, in case the user changes the length or type of this moving average, you might want to recalculate it immediately vs wait until the next calculation occurs. This is the kind of case where this command (or any logic that tracks changes in input values) comes in handy.

    • #2625
      pshai
      Admin

      Simply create a new script, select its type as “COMMAND”, and then copy-paste the script from the lower codebox on this page. The upper codebox inside the description is just an example for how to use this command once it is properly installed.

    • #2624
      pshai
      Admin

      If the order size is set t o 15000 contracts and multiplier to 1, the orders will then be 15000 each time. If your order count is 3, your max position size will be 45000 after the 3rd order. After this, the bot will either hit its target or trigger the stoploss order. In other words, the bot does not care about your leverage setting, so the order size used is 1:1 the value you have set in the bot.

    • #2616
      pshai
      Admin

      Thank you so much!

      Yes, indeed the markets work in ways that they simply can’t be predicted.. Buying when they sell, and selling when they buy, that’s how I roll… 😉

    • #2615
      pshai
      Admin

      If you have reduction size set to 0, it wont reduce the excessive position size… The bot in that part is kinda dumb; it allows you to go above the limit, and then starts dumping excessive contracts. :/

    • #2614
      pshai
      Admin

      Yeah, simulated accounts do not know the minimum amounts. Nice find though!

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