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how do i check when my close price corssed 50 day moving average?

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Please checkout the docs, under Indicators section:

private SimpleMovingAverage _sma;

// In Initialize:
_sma = SMA("SPY", 50, Resolution.Daily);

// In OnData(Slice data):
if (!_sma.IsReady()) {
return;
}

if (data["SPY"].Close > _sma) {
// Do something
}

Note that you need 50 trading days for the moving average to be ready (to have enough point to make a calculation).

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