It’s really unclear to me how to refer to different points in time in a single Seetu script. I want to add a simple max hold duration as a sell trigger (in this case 14 days). Everything else in this script is working, but positions are often being held beyond 14 days:
// Just starting with the example Rsi script: Rsi_Value = CalcRSI(); BuyDate = Day(); SellDate = DateTimeAdd(BuyDate, 14, inDaily); // Buy if RSI_Value crosses above 30 Buy = Cross(Rsi_Value, 30); // Sell if RSI_Value falls under 70 ***or in 14 days***: Sell = Cross(70, Rsi_Value) OR Day() >= SellDate; // ... some out-of-scope logic here, then... // C2TradingSignal(sigBTO, priceType = priceLimit, stopLoss = BuyPrice * 0.9, profitTarget = BuyPrice * 1.1); // ...but lawdy, some of my positions are still being held a looonnnnng time!
I’ll bet this is because Day() returns the same value both times it’s called, so
Day() >= SellDate is never true. However, it’s not obvious at all to me how to evaluate how long the position has been held when determining whether to sell.