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ttsang
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i have a set of conditions that will return true or false. Lets say i have condition1 to 5. i want condition1 and 2 happen 2 bars earlier and condition3 1 bar earlier then execute a buy.

but i just cant make it happen, it said Types are not compatible. this is what i did.

if condition 1 or condition2 = true and condition3 or condition4 = true then buy next bar at market;

but how can i make it two bars earlier for condition1 or 2 and one bar earlier for condition 3 or 4?


so what should i do to make it work?

any help would be greatly appreciate.

thanks

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When evaluating condition1, use the bars index to go back 2 bars.

condition1 = Average(C, 20)[2] > C[2];

This would look at the SMA and the Close from 2 bars ago.

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ttsang
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Thank you mike my fomular is like:

condition1 = false;
if close>close[1] and close[2]>close[1] then condition1= true;

so what i have to do is

if(close>close[1] and close[2]>close[1])[1] then condition1= true;

this one get one bar ahead

i actually think about it for a long time until i saw your comment then get me how to do it

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you can also use some combination like MRO/LRO ( most/least recent occurrences) to check - how recent was the last event occurred.

Would see if I can find the syntax for it.

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