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Simple RSI Buy/Sell

Hello, 

I am entirely new to QuantConnect's Algo Lab feature and I'm trying my hand at a simple python algorithm that enters long when the RSI is < 30, and closes the open position when RSI > 70. It’s not a great strategy, but I just wanted to get the basics down. My code processes fine, but the results don’t seems to generate any data? Assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Check out this demonstration Kaleigh ; with LEAN you only create the indicators once - 

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Thank you very much Jared! That is exactly  the information I was looking for.

The help is greatly appreciated! 

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