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                                                   Multiple occurrences of a pattern


2021-04-20 02:18:05

Say I have a pattern of opening price higher than the previous high, how do I find 5 occurrences of that pattern within 120 bars?

2021-04-21 01:54:59


Found another way of doing it.

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