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Hi, I'm trying to develop a strategy that switches between various securities. For example, suppose I want to buy jump back and forth between the SPY and TLT. Is this possible? For a random example, suppose I want the following (where SPY = Data1 and TLT = Data2): If c crosses above average(c, 10) then buy next bar at market; If c crosses below average(c, 10) then sell next bar at market and buy data2 next bar at market; Obviously this doesn't work in EasyLanguage, but I think it's clear what I want the strategy to do. Is there a way this can happen? Thanks for your help, Investor
author: Bamboo ADE - All Data Everywhere Introduction The “All Data Everywhere” library (or ADE for short) is a set of EasyLanguage functions and indicators that allow you to store any kind of data for any symbol and bar interval. You can then access that data from any study or strategy, regardless of the symbol or bar interval. One powerful use for ADE is to store higher timeframe data for a symbol and then access that data from a lower timeframe. For example, you can calculate and store ADX and RSI for a 30 minute chart, and then you can access that data from a 5 minute chart. Another powerful use for ADE is to look at data for other symbols. You can use ADE to store data (OHLC, volume, indicators, etc) for an entire portfolio of symbols, and then you can access the data for any symbol from any other symbol. This makes it possible to perform analyses that depend on the relationships between different symbols in your portfolio. ADE includes the ability to save data to text files and load it back. This means that you can pre-calculate and store data for any symbols and timeframes you want, and you can retrieve that data whenever you want. For example, you can store five years of data for a 30 minute MSFT chart. If you open a 30 minute MSFT chart with only one month of data, your study or strategy can load the five years of historical data and append only the new data. It is not necessary to recalculate the entire five years every time. Installation instructions and sample indicators are provided in the zip file. note: ADE uses the ELCollections library, so you must install ELCollections before you install ADE. Also, taking the time to learn how ELCollections works will allow you to make the most of ADE. http://www.traderslaboratory.com/forums/f46/collections-for-easylanguage-5929.html ADESETUP.ZIP
I'd like to create a system with two time-frames (20m and 4hour bars) in MultiCharts, but I haven't been able to locate any information on how to reference another time series. Is there a switch of sorts? Any help is most welcome.