Topic: AutoX + Native ELD?
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Joined: Aug 05, 2020
I initially intended to build a native GFapi platform app (in C#) to handle the Trailstop function (which was not handled properly by AutoX bridge), and let the strategy’s entries and OTHER exits run through AutoX.
Upon access to the developer platform and info, it looks like I can compile ELD as ELTS files, and put those on charts — Even compile them to what looks like correct C# / GFApi files.
I guess I’m curious if this is a robust option, or simply for indicators and the like? This is really, really cool — just didn’t expect it to be this easy?
If it’s not robust for strategies, would it be sufficient to handle SIMPLY my single exit that isn’t bridged ?
Basically could use AutoX and then include the Trailstop system natively on the same symbol ?
Or possibly apply the Trailstop package to ALL active symbols somehow ? Some sort of global scope logic?
Please advise !
Edited by ZOakes4527 on Aug 19, 2020 07:30 AM
Edited by ZOakes4527 on Aug 19, 2020 07:32 AM
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