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Thanks for your reply and helping me to try and understand this. Is it possible to put a limit on how far it looks back (say 5)? It rarely seems to last longer than that and it would greatly cut down on missed opportunities and missed closes. I put in emergency stops anyways to protect myself from missed closes. As always, thanks for all your help.

Jason
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Sorry about the previous post. After studying your numbers a little more, I think I understand the problem better. Just to clarify (and maybe this will help you write it), a bounce off the V would not be considered a cross and I would not be looking for an entry, because theoretically I would already be in the position. I would only want it to take action when at some point it was above the V and then cross below the V.

T=1: V=10, I =12
T=2: V=10, I =11
T=3: V=10, I = 10
T=4: V=10, I = 10
T=5: V=10, I =9

Thanks again,

Jason
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Would it be possible to write a program using this formula from your examples?

Previous value >= V
Current value < V

I would like to backtest it. It seems like their would be fewer missed opportunities than the current formula that is being used.

Thanks,

Jason
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Hello sqrrl99,

Thank you for your notes.
We are analyzing the information and trying to find a solution to this problem.
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Hello sqrrl99,

The Highly Adaptable Ichimoku strategy has been updated, please re-download:
http://74.52.98.34/code/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=31550&sid=73661146a3a19ec88ca617f98a694191
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I appreciate your work with this, but I am not sure what changes you made. When I backtest this new release I get the exact same results as the past. Any advice?

Jason
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