Overall Statistics Total Trades 1 Average Win 0% Average Loss 0% Compounding Annual Return -4.017% Drawdown 15.900% Expectancy 0 Net Profit -4.007% Sharpe Ratio -0.088 Loss Rate 0% Win Rate 0% Profit-Loss Ratio 0 Alpha -0.035 Beta 1.116 Annual Standard Deviation 0.186 Annual Variance 0.035 Information Ratio -0.176 Tracking Error 0.186 Treynor Ratio -0.015 Total Fees \$1.19
```namespace QuantConnect
{
/*
*   QuantConnect University - Creating and Updating Limit Orders
*
*   This algorithm walks through an example of creating and updating a limit order.
*   The orders are stored in the Transactions Manager inside the algorithm.
*
*   For the demonstration we will place a buy limit order for 5% below of SPY's price,
*   and every 5 days update it until its filled
*/
public class QCULimitOrders : QCAlgorithm
{
//Access for the order we'll place
OrderTicket _limitOrder;
string _symbol = "SPY";
decimal _price = 0;
int _rebalancePeriod = 5;
DateTime _updatedDate;

//Initialize the data and resolution you require for your strategy:
public override void Initialize()
{
SetStartDate(2000, 1, 1);
SetEndDate(2000, 12, 31);
SetCash(25000);
}

//Data Event Handler: New data arrives here. "TradeBars" type is a dictionary of strings so you can access it by symbol.
{
_price = data[_symbol].Close;

//Create the first order
if (_limitOrder == null)
{
//Set our first order to less than SPY's price:
var quantity =(int)(Portfolio.Cash/_price);
_limitOrder = LimitOrder(_symbol, quantity, (_price * 0.95m));
Debug("Created limit order with " + _symbol + " Price: " + _price.ToString("C") + " id: " + _limitOrder.OrderId);
}

//Update the limit price once per week:
if (_updatedDate.Date < Time.Date && !Portfolio.Invested)
{

var newLimitPrice = _price*0.95m;
var currentLimitPrice = _limitOrder.Get(OrderField.LimitPrice);
if (newLimitPrice > currentLimitPrice)
{
//Submit the request to update our limit order
_limitOrder.Update(new UpdateOrderFields{LimitPrice = newLimitPrice});
}
}
}

// Print the order event information to the console.
public override void OnOrderEvent(OrderEvent orderEvent)
{
var order = Transactions.GetOrderById(orderEvent.OrderId);
Console.WriteLine("{0}: {1}: {2}", Time, order.Type, orderEvent);
}

/*
*   For our plotting we can show the limit price and MSFT to check if its hit.
*/
public override void OnEndOfDay()
{
Plot("Limit Plot", _symbol, _price);
if (_limitOrder.Status != OrderStatus.Filled)
{
Plot("Limit Plot", "Limit", _limitOrder.Get(OrderField.LimitPrice));
}
}
}
}```