The GBP/USD market opens on Sunday 22:00 (UTC) in Trading 212.
When this happens, a 1-day candle is opened, and all 1d frequency strategies have their entry/exit rules checked for a signal.
It is then closed on Monday 00:00 (UTC) and a new one is opened (which would close on Tuesday 00:00 and so on until the end of the week), again, causing all 1d frequency strategies to evaluate their entry/exit rules.
This is why you see two trades which are two hours apart.
Essentially what I’m trying to explain is that the two trades were made over different datasets.
The one on 01.03.20 22:00 (UTC) was made over the dataset including candles from Friday backward.
The one on 02.03.20 00:00 (UTC) was mode over the dataset including candles from Sunday backward (including the two hours after the market opened).
This is how it works as our candles are UTC based.
A 1-day frequency strategy does not necessarily mean its trades will be spaced out by 1 day, as it has to deal with the specificity of market opening/closing hours.
Hopefully my explanation makes sense.
Please get back to me if you need more information or there is any other issue concerning 1d trading frequency strategies.