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tel aviv, israel
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please help me do the following all at the same time :

take profit target 1 (i.e. y% of position at x% profit)
set stop loss to breakeven (there is a build in strategy for this)
close all position EOD (there is a build in strategy for this)

the idea is simple,
my strategy hits lot of breakeven,
I want to sell some shares at profit just to cover the fees

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Cleveland Ohio
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Do you want the strategy to set the profit based on a percentage? To do multiple targets you could do something like this SetProfitTarget("", CalculationMode.Ticks, Target_1);
I am learning myself but if there is anything I can do to help just let me know.

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