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How do I short 1 lot in a forex pair in Python?

I have this code that I'm tinkering with: https://github.com/trooper5010/Lean/blob/master/Algorithm.Python/MACDTrendAlgorithm.py

I'm wondering what is the code to short 1 lot in a forex pair, set a TP, and set a SL?

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Is there anyone that can help me out?

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We have been working on a new python framework and the some of the old algorithms like MACDTrendAlgorithm.py will present runtime errors. I am rewriting this algorithm and verify whether it works on both frameworks.
After that, we will answer your questions: the one in this thread and How to call a previous MACD difference value?

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