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Economic Surprise Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded few days ago

The following indicator calculates the percentage change between the actual and forecasted economic event.

As an example, let us say you want to calculate the percentage change of the actual vs estimate numbers for the USD consumer Credit and then see its impact on the underlying currency pair.
You can do so...

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Forex Economic Calendar
by QuantShare, uploaded few days ago

This item downloads economic calendar data for several currencies. It creates the following ticker symbols (EUR, USD, JPY, GBP, CHF, AUD, CAD, CNY and NZD) and associate economic events to each one of them.
It also creates a custom database (economic_cal) with the following fields:
Date: The economic event's date and...

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Stocks outperforming their Industry
by Brian Brown, uploaded few days ago

The following screen calculates the average one-month return for each stock and compares that value with the one-month return of their corresponding industry. The average industry return is calculated using the "comp" function. More info can be found on our blog posts about this composite function.

In order for this screen...

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Drawdown Line
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

The drawdown line is a drawing tool that plots a horizontal line and displays the drawdown at that price. The drawdown is calculated based on the line level and the highest high visible on the chart.

As an example, say you are displaying the chart of the IWM exchange traded...

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BarsSince with Support for Nth Prior or Future Occurrence
by Kyra Packens, uploaded few weeks ago

This is a small but IMHO helpful modification to the built in BarsSince indicator. The enhancement is the addition of a parameter, N, which allows you to choose which prior occurrence of a nonzero value in the Series that you are interested in. You may also provide a...
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Rate of Change Horizontal Line
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

Unlike the original horizontal line drawing tool which displays the line price location, this drawing tool creates an horizontal line that displays the price change and rate of change from the line price location to the last visible close price on the chart.

First, download and install this item.
In the "Bookmark...

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Level Breakout System
by Do, uploaded few weeks ago

This is a trading system based on level breakout. The system detects the levels of the last peaks and troughs and decides to enter or exit a position when the price breaks these levels. A buy signal is generated when the close price crosses above the last peak and a...
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The 2 Percent Rule
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

The 2 percent rule is a simple risk management strategy that controls the maximum amount you can lose for each invested asset.

The rule here is very simple: Never risk more than two percent of your total capital on any single stock. If you end up having 10 consecutive losses, that...

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Profile Count Per Month
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

This function is an example that shows you how to use the "plotprofile" function of QuantShare.

Each month, it splits the stock's high/low range into ten buckets then counts the number of times the analyzed stock has closed within that bucket. The higher the bucket value, the more the stock closed...

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Disable or Enable your Stop Rules
by Brian Brown, uploaded few weeks ago

If you have a stop rule and you want to disable it under certain circumstances then this script may help you achieve this.

By adding this money management script to your trading system, you are going to change the stop default behavior.
In order for your original stop rule to be...

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