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Prior Day High/Low Indicator Needed - OEC

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I use OEC and am in need of an indicator that just tracks the prior day's high and low. Does anyone have such an indicator in EL that would compile in OEC?

 

There is an indicator for the current day High/low but not the prior day (see pic below for what the current day settings look like).

 

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Inputs:

_Time_Open(1800),

Color_PDH(Red),Color_PDL(Green);

 

vars:PDH(0),PDL(0),YestHi(0),YestLo(0),start(false);

 

 

if time < _Time_open then Start = true;

If Time >= _Time_open and Start = true then begin

PDH = High;

PDL = Low;

YestHi = PDH[1];

YestLo = PDL[1];

Start = false;

end;

 

If High > PDH then PDH = High;

If Low < PDL then PDL = Low;

 

 

plot1(yesthi,"PH",color_pdh);

plot2(yestlo,"PL",color_pdl);

 

This will plot from globex open to globex close

Edited by trader273

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Just set the time and line colors.

 

This looks pretty good except I can't tell it when the close is. I only want to have it draw the high and low for the pit hours of oil, not open to next day open. Is there a way I can add a close time into the code. I pasted the code below. Thanks.

 

Inputs:Time_Start(0630);

 

variables:

var0( 0 ),

var1( 0 ),

var2( 0 ),

var3( 0 ),

var4( 0 ),

var5( 0 ),

var6( 0 ),

var7( 0 ),

var8( 0 ) ;

 

if Date <> Date[1] then begin

 

var0 = var0 + 1 ;

var1 = var2 ;

var3 = var4 ;

var5 = var6 ;

var7 = Close[1] ;

var2 = Open ;

var4 = High ;

var6 = Low ;

end

else

begin

if High > var4 then

var4 = High ;

if Low < var6 then

var6 = Low ;

end ;

condition1 = var0 >= 2 and BarType < 3 ;

if condition1 then

 

begin

Plot1( var1, "YestOpen" ) ;

Plot2( var3, "YestHigh" ) ;

Plot3( var5, "YestLow" ) ;

Plot4( var7, "YestClose" ) ;

end ;

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It is working here; I don’t trade GCL so I just assume that’s what you want.

The setting will be:

Set current profile time zone to UTC-6

Set GCLU0 session to 9:30AM-4:00PM , chart style "candlestick". (OHLCyerterday must have this GCLU0 as input)

Install ‘OHLCyesterday’, time 0930, high and low colors , line type “point”. If you don’t want yesterday open and close set to transparent.

 

If you want to print the overnight chart for continuation patterns,

insert /add symbol/GCLU)/overlay/right axis. set chart style to OHLC bar.

Set the time for that new overlay in order to cover the time out of the cash: 6:00PM-8:30AM.

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It is working here; I don’t trade GCL so I just assume that’s what you want.

The setting will be:

Set current profile time zone to UTC-6

Set GCLU0 session to 9:30AM-4:00PM , chart style "candlestick". (OHLCyerterday must have this GCLU0 as input)

Install ‘OHLCyesterday’, time 0930, high and low colors , line type “point”. If you don’t want yesterday open and close set to transparent.

 

If you want to print the overnight chart for continuation patterns,

insert /add symbol/GCLU)/overlay/right axis. set chart style to OHLC bar.

Set the time for that new overlay in order to cover the time out of the cash: 6:00PM-8:30AM.

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I see what you are saying but I am hoping to not adjust my charts to the indicator but instead adjust the indicator to my charts. Does that make sense. I already have more than one overlay on my charts and I need them to stay at 24 hours. Of course I don't know how to code so I am hoping someone knows how to add the time close attribute.

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This looks pretty good except I can't tell it when the close is. I only want to have it draw the high and low for the pit hours of oil, not open to next day open. Is there a way I can add a close time into the code. I pasted the code below. Thanks.

 

Inputs:Time_Start(0630);

 

variables:

var0( 0 ),

var1( 0 ),

var2( 0 ),

var3( 0 ),

var4( 0 ),

var5( 0 ),

var6( 0 ),

var7( 0 ),

var8( 0 ) ;

 

if Date <> Date[1] then begin

 

var0 = var0 + 1 ;

var1 = var2 ;

var3 = var4 ;

var5 = var6 ;

var7 = Close[1] ;

var2 = Open ;

var4 = High ;

var6 = Low ;

end

else

begin

if High > var4 then

var4 = High ;

if Low < var6 then

var6 = Low ;

end ;

condition1 = var0 >= 2 and BarType < 3 ;

if condition1 then

 

begin

Plot1( var1, "YestOpen" ) ;

Plot2( var3, "YestHigh" ) ;

Plot3( var5, "YestLow" ) ;

Plot4( var7, "YestClose" ) ;

end ;

 

I tried adding the bold section below but didn't seem to work. I can't tell where the code is referencing the Time_Start so I can add a condition that it needs to be less than or equal to a Time_End input.

 

Inputs:Time_Start(0630), Time_End (1130);

 

variables:

var0( 0 ),

var1( 0 ),

var2( 0 ),

var3( 0 ),

var4( 0 ),

var5( 0 ),

var6( 0 ),

var7( 0 ),

var8( 0 ) ;

 

if Date <> Date[1] and Time > Time_Start and Time <= Time_End then begin

 

var0 = var0 + 1 ;

var1 = var2 ;

var3 = var4 ;

var5 = var6 ;

var7 = Close[1] ;

var2 = Open ;

var4 = High ;

var6 = Low ;

end

else

begin

if High > var4 then

var4 = High ;

if Low < var6 then

var6 = Low ;

end ;

condition1 = var0 >= 2 and BarType < 3 ;

if condition1 then

 

begin

Plot1( var1, "YestOpen" ) ;

Plot2( var3, "YestHigh" ) ;

Plot3( var5, "YestLow" ) ;

Plot4( var7, "YestClose" ) ;

end ;

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Hi...

 

//Just try with higd[1] and lowd[1] , which indicates previous days high and lowd...

 

Var : Prevhigh(0), PreLow(0);

 

Prevhigh = Highd[1];

Prevlow = Lowd[1];

 

if High > Prevhigh then plot1(High," FindtrendNeg",Yellow);

If Low < Prelow then Plot2(Low,"FindtrendPos,"red);

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