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  1. Hello, Was trying to get an indicator to round to the nearest tick value. Have tried the round function, but it will still round to a price level that really doenst exits. Example: Indicator is plotting at 1122.38 on es. I want to tell it to round to 1122.50, but to no avail. seems like it would be relatively easy, just cant figure it out:crap:
  2. Language: Easy language via OEC Idea: How to determine future levels of an indicator using fixed range charts Had an idea and thinking it would be relatively simple, but turns out not to be. Using an indicator, I will use RSI as an example, how to determine what price in the future will do to rsi. This idea works because of the range bars being fixed. example: 4 Tick Range setting on the es. Trader knows what price the current bar will complete, and from there can see at what price the next bars will complete. So, say current bar has a high of 1205 and a low of 1204.50 ( 2 ticks, so 2 remain to complete the bar and another tick to start new bar). So as it stands, the bar will complete either at 1205.50 (needing 1205.75 to start a new bar) or 1204 (1203.75 to start new bar) So from there, one could "know" what prices future bars will be closing at. Of course this will change when the bar makes a new high or low, so they really arent predicting anything. Just simple math. The problem I have is passing that future level into RSI. r=absvalue(high-low); rem=range_setting-(r/mintick); buy=High+(rem*mintick)+mintick; That is how I define when the bar will complete. ( this one is used for completed up bar). It works fine and plots as it should. RSIH= RSI (Close, RSI_Length); So the RSI code is presumably looking for High,Low,Open,Close. If I pass my variable into the "close" in the code, it does nothing. That is just the first problem. I need to compare what the rsi could be vs what it is in the previous bars. I tried something like: If lastbaronchart then CC=Buy else CC-Close I would use "CC" instead of "Close in the code, so it would look like this: RSIH= RSI (CC, RSI_Length); But that did little to nothing. So I am stumped here, I'm pretty sure something like this is possible, but I am out of ideas. Any help is much appreciated.
  3. Nothing is perfect all of the time. Now if you want to see real problems with outages and slow charts, give TS a try:rofl:
  4. Ah, i pasted the wrong one. Let me find the correct one. That one ^ works for globex open to globex close, but not RTH.
  5. This will plot from globex open to globex close
  6. Were you looking to from RTH hours or from globex open?
  7. translate them to C# and then you can save all you want.
  8. On your Chart View--Roll Forward Could also put in a toolbar.
  9. Just had an idea I was toying with, but cant seem to figure it out. Let's say I'm watching slow stochastic. I only want to sell when its >80, but since its changing intra-bar, it can go from >80 to below<80. Is there to know at what price will take it back out of the extreme. Example: ES trading at 1205. If price makes a high of 1208, it takes the stochastic into >80, but I want to know what price it has to make in order to take it back out of the extreme. Trying to figure this out using Easylanguage. Any help or guideline will be much appreciated. Thanks T273
  10. dont know how you stomach these massive drawdowns. more power to you if you really can.
  11. OEC has what you are looking for you. You can export just about everything you could imagine in real-time to excel and then you can do whatever you want to it,
  12. i guess why did you decide to go for +30 now as opposed to the +1's you have been taking?
  13. so if it didnt rebound would you just keep averaging and averaging?
  14. something tells me this isnt real money....
  15. do you never use a stop? This trade went against you about 83 pts and you were still hanging in there?
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