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Pro Realtime screener only taking buy side trades?


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Finally started using ProRealtime to hopefully automate my trading-below is the screenshot results of one system but it seems to be only taking buy side trades even tho i have set up - as far as i can tell - the sell side exactly the same (obviously usin g less than rather than greater than)

Any ideas what i am doing wrong?

Also it wont let me use DPO indicator if i want to go live - will RSI achieve something similar or what would you best suggestion be?

 

 

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