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Average Bid/Ask Spread
by QuantShare, uploaded one month ago

The "AvgBidAskSpread" is a parameterless function that calculates the average ask price for the current bar minus the average bid price for that same bar.

The indicator uses the newly introduced CSharp-based "cFunctions.GetBidAskData" function to capture last bid/ask updates and performing the necessary calculations.

You can plot this indicator to a chart...

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EODData Daily Import
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

This downloader imports EODData.com (end of day only) formatted text files from your hard drive. EODData.com allows free end of day data downloads for a number of exchanges as long as you register (see: http://www.eoddata.com/download.aspx). If you pay for a premium membership, they also provide you with a proprietary downloader...
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Time Segmented Volume
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The time segmented volume is a technical indicator that segments the price and volume of a stock according to time intervals.
The idea is to calculate accumulation (buying) and distribution (selling) based on volume and price change. The time segmented volume or TSV indicator increases when the current bar's close is...

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Is New Bar
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The function "IsNewBar" detects whether the current bar is a new bar or not (new tick in an existing bar).
If a new tick creates a new bar (Example: 1-min bar) then this functions returns 1, otherwise it returns 0.

The function should be applied with real time data.
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Identify Spilts Screener Script
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

This screener script makes it relatively quick and painless to apply splits to securities.

The script uses the QuantShare custom Splits database to display
the splits that have occurred (or are expected to occur) over a user-defined number of bars.
Enter the number of bars to use to identify splits in the...

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RefString
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The following function references a previous element in a time-series/vector.
This function is similar to the "ref" built-in QuantShare function but allows you to use "string/text" variables instead of numeric variables.

Example 1:
date1 = refString(date(), 1);
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Correlation Matrix - 41 Major ETFs
by Dave W., uploaded several months ago

Correlation matrix of 41 major ETFs. Correlations higher than 0.8 are shown in red, between 0.5 and 0.8 in yellow, and under 0.5 are in green.

Requires daily data for the following ETFs:
ACWI, DBA, DIA, DUST, DXD, EFA, EWA, EWG, EWH, EWJ, EWM, EWP, EWQ, EWS, EWT, EWU, EWW, EWY,...

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Cash/Equity Rebalance
by Felipe, uploaded several months ago

This money management script defines a "Ratio Cash" variable that is used to set the percentage of capital to invest in equities. The rest of the capital remains in cash.
If "Ratio Cash" is equal to 20 then 80% (100-20) will be invested into equities (at least available for buying/shorting securities).

The...

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Maximum Intraday System Drawdown
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This is the Maximum Intraday System Drawdown money management script.


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MAE and MFE of a Trading System
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Maximum Adverse Excursion (MAE) and Maximum Favorable Excursion (MFE) for individual trades are available under the "Trades" and "MAE/MFE" tabs of the trading system report.

The current money management script calculates the MAE and MFE for the whole trading system.

The calculation is based on the highest/lowest portfolio equity compared to...

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