Entry Order functions are most often executed from within the Entry Orders script section of the system's Entry Block.  These Broker functions are the methods that generate the orders that create new positions.

 

Market On Open Orders

Descriptions:

EnterLongOnOpen

Buy on the open

EnterShortOnOpen

Short on the open

 

 

Stop Open Only Orders

 

EnterLongOnStopOpen

Buy on the open if market is above/equal specified price

EnterShortOnStopOpen

Short on the open if market is below/equal specified price

 

 

Limit Open Only Orders

 

EnterLongAtLimitOpen

Buy on the open if the market is below specified price

EnterShortAtLimitOpen

Short on the open if the market is above specified price

 

 

Stop Orders

 

EnterLongOnStop

Buy any time if the market hits specified price

EnterShortOnStop

Short any time if the market hits specified price

 

 

Limit Orders

 

EnterLongAtLimit

Buy any time if the market dips below specified price

EnterShortAtLimit

Short any time if the market climbs above specified price

 

 

Market On Close Orders

 

EnterLongOnClose

Buy on the close

EnterShortOnClose

Short on the close

 

 

Stop Close Only Orders

 

EnterLongOnStopClose

Buy on the close if market is above/equal specified price

EnterShortOnStopClose

Short on the close if market is below/equal specified price

 

 

Limit on Close Orders

 

EnterLongAtLimitClose

Buy on close if close is below the specified price

EnterShortAtLimitClose

Short on close close is above the specified price

 

 

 

AlternateBroker:

When the Broker Object is out of the context of its default context scripts, the AlternateBroker object should be used to execute any of the Broker Object Entry and Exit Functions. AlternateBroker has the same functions and properties as the Broker Object and will work in the same way.  

 


Edit Time: 9/25/2017 09:09:58 AM


Topic ID#: 301

 

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