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  1. https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part-777?r=1wujo4&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
  2. solution of 2024 here https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part-777?r=1wujo4&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
  3. https://traderpeter.substack.com/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part?r=1wujo4 check here if you want to learn how to do it technically but i must warn you that SMARTM route is probably not what you think it is - as described here https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/trading-platform-choice?r=1wujo4&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web
  4. there is one workaround which is very dodgy - you can place a limit order of one share on the desired stop then attach a trigger order to that one that would exit the whole position the 2nd option shall be possible in the new dastrader version which is to be released. (currenty the functionality crashes the whole app) i will be covering this option here https://traderpeter.substack.com/p/das-advanced-hotkeys-part-4 and the next articles it will have its limits still though
  5. good luck if you need some inspiration or help to find what is wrong with your trading checkout this https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/why-are-your-losing-days-bigger-than?r=1wujo4&utm_medium=ios or this https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/ho-to-find-consistency-in-trading?r=1wujo4&utm_medium=ios
  6. yes i talk to DAS developers and do some testing and proposals to them what you describe is easy to acomplish - you just set the variable one time before any trade to set your BP variable then calculate the 1/3rd from there anyway do not focus on the BP much as it can be misleading as you can have other margin requirements not allowing you to take the position. i do not see any logic in it. if you know your BP is 6 times your initial equity then just count the risk from 1/3rd of the initial equity as shown above regarding the other functionality i do not know i am not using shift or arrow keys to navigate and i am not going back to old syntax anyway
  7. that is not possible and hardly achievable too as ATR is not a static indicator having one formula so you would need to calculate atr(xy) based on the xy custom settings causing ton of problems for the programmers to handle it. so do not expect that to happen anytime soon or ever
  8. then you do exactly what is written there man
  9. it is explained here https://traderpeter.substack.com/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part?r=1wujo4 this hot button is correct. I have no idea what you want to do next with it though.
  10. that is why you can just take the hotkeys i provide there. or ask for the ones you need
  11. Yes it is a one way street. Never look back. Fix the old syntax hotkeys and look to the future.
  12. You cannot have it on montage yet (being a chart indicator). Maybe I can ask to be able to name a button with a variable then you would see it on montage as a new button. this was possible for years as a chart window now you can have it like this or like this - the yellow lines or like this on a hotkey/hot button all explained here https://open.substack.com/pub/traderpeter/p/das-trader-advanced-hotkeys-part-c83?r=1wujo4&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web and here https://traderpeter.substack.com/p/das-advanced-hotkeys-part-4?r=1wujo4
  13. you can have it as a decimal value for years, now you can have it as a custom variable in the variables window or on a button/hotkey as a popup window with the number
  14. can't help you if you do not ask properly. i do not do any youtube videos so you might have watched someone else's vids.
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