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Thread: Blocking signal until high/low/close of signal bar is crossed?

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    Blocking signal until high/low/close of signal bar is crossed?

    I'm struggling to figure out how you could block signals that follow an initial signal and use that first signals data points (O/H/L/C) as the reset.

    Lets say I am designing a short system and want to use the high of that bar as the threshold to block all signals that follow unless they are higher than the signal bars high, how would you program that?

    I want to block all signals that follow that are lower in price than the first signal.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Blocking signal until high/low/close of signal bar is crossed?

    Hi Rosewood,

    BloodHound doesn't have the ability to hold on to a specific bars' price points for future reference.

    You could set up a series of Comparison Solvers that check on each bar whether previous bars were higher/lower, but this would be cumbersome and is not infinite as you would need to program a Comparison for each bar you want to look back which would like be variable.

    You may be able to have a third party indicator programmed to identify that bar which could then be used for reference in BH.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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