BlackBird Setting Files from Webinars

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Demo 1

This is a simple OCO set with 10 contracts to demonstrate the Dynamic Planning > Scale to Fit feature that automatic adjusts the number of contracts to fit the $1500 maximum 'Risk Per Trade' set in the Money Management.
Profit Target = 20 ticks
   No Trailing Actions

Stop loss = 15 ticks
   No Trailing Actions

Demo 2

this is a more advanced OCO set to demonstrate moderately advanced Trailing Actions for the entry, profit target, and stop loss orders.
Entry = Limit order
   Initial Placement = SMA 5
   Trailing Actions:
       Ent@SMA5 = Move the entry order to the SMA 5 at the close of every bar.

Profit Target = 30 ticks
   Initial Placement = 30 ticks
   Trailing Actions:
   Evaluate Using = Action Closest to Price.  (Whichever trailing rule moves the P/T closest to the market price is executed.)
       PT HMA Tighten = (For a Long trade)  When the Close price is below the HMA 21, then the P/T will tighten by taking the highest high of the last 6 bars and add +7 ticks.
       PT @ 30tk = This rule continuously tries to move the P/T out to 30 ticks from the entry price. (provided PT HMA Tighten is not moving the P/T closer to the market price)

 Stop loss = Swing Point or ParabolicSAR
   Initial Placement = Swing Point Low or High
   Trailing Actions:
   Evaluate Using = Action Closest to Price.  (Whichever trailing rule moves the S/L closest to the market price is executed.)
       SL HMA Tighten = (For a Long trade)  When the Close price is below the HMA 21, then the S/L will tighten by taking the bar's Close price and subtracting 8 ticks.
       Follow Swings = (For a Long trade)  This rule continuously tries to move the S/L to the last swing point low, as calculated by the SiSwingHighsLows indicator. (provided this rule is moving the S/L closest to the market price)
       Follow PSAR =  After 15 ticks of profit, this rule continuously tries to move the S/L to the ParabolicSAR indicator. (provided this rule is moving the S/L closest to the market price)

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