Thanks for the reply. I read your suggested topic. #5 isn't relevant, but I'm assuming you mean #3 (for future readers).
These are global exits. I understand this, but is there anyway to generate the orders as they backtest? While backtesting the option for intrabar = false is utilized correctly, but in live execution the intrabar = false is executed intrabar regardless.
My question is: How can I stop this from executing intrabar? Or is there a breakeven stop programmed in EL that doesn't have this flaw?
Wouldn't I be correct to assume that while using
execution should be halted until the close of the bar? Obviously I'm incorrect according to your topic #3, but why would backtests show differently?