Pay for help: Simple MA system with Straps for Optimization
Author: Stigell
Creation Date: 5/24/2016 7:54 AM
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Stigell

#1
Is there someone who can send me code for training me and/or webinar. I would pay for the job!

First code is to have a simple MA fast slow and a stop loss and with Straps so I can optimize

(This can be done with rules but then not possible to optimize and I dint even now how to do that...)

Next would be to add trailing stop and other stop rules..

After that changing the entry etc

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Eugene

#2
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(This can be done with rules but then not possible to optimize and I dint even now how to do that...)

Fortunately, you don't have to pay anyone for something which is a built-in feature. Optimizing rule-based strategies is easily possible. All it takes is to get yourself familiar with the built-in documentation and then you're ready to discover the possibilities of your software product. :)

Wealth-Lab User Guide > Strategy Window > Optimization > Full Optimization > Optimization Control > Optimizing Rule-based Strategies

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Next would be to add trailing stop and other stop rules..

And even more rules (not just Stops but them too) are available by connecting this library:

Community.Rules (first you need to register in the Wiki, then we'll authorize your account for download)
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Stigell

#3
Brilliant

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Stigell

#4
But when I use rule based I get 2 sets of fast/slow MA. One for entry and one for exit. How do I get only one MA fast/slow used for optimizing. (like the one pre programmed..)

I want to optimize same set of MA, not one for entry and another for exit...
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Eugene

#5
The Rule Wizard can't "know" that the two sets are in fact one. In this case you'll have to open the system in a new code window (or convert) and make appropriate tweaks. Note: as this action can't be reversed, make sure to have completed whatever steps in Rules mode you can think of.

It's easier than you think. Say you have this:

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Which becomes something like this:

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