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I would greatly appreciate some help adding some EasyLanguage to a Tradestation Strategy. I currently use 6 strategies together, the "Momentum LE", "Momentum SE" for trade entries, "Stop Loss LX", "Stop Loss SX" with "Trailing Stops" and these all work fine together. However, I need to prevent the opening of Long positions when the price is below an EMA and also prevent Short entries when the price is above the EMA.

I am new to EasyLanguage and any guidance on this would make my day!

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I would greatly appreciate some help adding some EasyLanguage to a Tradestation Strategy. I currently use 6 strategies together, the "Momentum LE", "Momentum SE" for trade entries, "Stop Loss LX", "Stop Loss SX" with "Trailing Stops" and these all work fine together. However, I need to prevent the opening of Long positions when the price is below an EMA and also prevent Short entries when the price is above the EMA.

If you only want one of those 6 strategies to trade when the price is above/below an EMA, you'll need to combine all strategies into one signal (or use global variables, but that's probably even more work & overhead).

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If you only want one of those 6 strategies to trade when the price is above/below an EMA, you'll need to combine all strategies into one signal (or use global variables, but that's probably even more work & overhead).

Thanks for your input Jura, much appreciated.

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