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    Strange results with Low[1] == Open[0] / High[1] etc

    Hey All,
    Im trying to add a condition to a strategy where the open of my new bar is the lowest point of the previous bar or highest point for longs, however when i do Low[1](or High[1]) == Open[0] it still appears to give me incorrect bars example attached

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    Another example attached, i also tried High[1] == Close[1] to the same issue, i basically want the previous candle, to be closing on a high or low of that candle
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      #3
      Hello RookieKiwi,

      Thanks for your post.

      Are the trades you are showing performed on real-time data, Playback with market replay data. or are these performed on historical data?

      What is the strategies "Calculate" setting? (Calculate.OnBarClose, Calculate.OneachTick, or Calculate.OnPriceChange).


      Paul H.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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