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The date filter in the powerpack did not work, I think.
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#1
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Glitch8
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Hi Werner, the Block ignores the year portion of the datetime inputs unless you uncheck the last parameter. But it is working. What are you trying to accomplish here?
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Sorry, but I tried much to verify Halloween-Trading, starting at 31.10. and end at the 30.4., but at the monthly returns I can see, that in some years, it did not end at the 30.4.. Maybe the quality of data is not the best. I can post screenshots, e.g.. What should I do?
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#4
That's expected with date filters when the date was a holiday.
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Thank you, please check my screeenshot, best regards.
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#6
You should use >= in both conditions and not ==. Otherwise the end date is simply ignored when you choose "equal to". That's expected.
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Unfortunately I am still getting wrong results. would you be so kind as to send me a screenshot with the correct parameters.
I would like to buy the SP on 31.10. and sell it on 30.4. Best REgards.
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Glitch8
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Here's how I did it. The trick is to add another rule to prevent the Strategy from just immediately selling and buying again because the date is greater than 4/30. So I added another Condition so the position has to be open 90 days before we start checking the exit date.

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#9
Thank you very much, it work fine, thank you, regards to Florida.
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