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DaysBetweenDates
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

This function returns the number of calendar days between two dates.
For example, if you want to know the number of calendar days (not trading days) between the current bar and the previous bar, just type:

a = daysBetweendates(date(), RefString(date(), 1));
plot(a, "");
...

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GetDataStringLast
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

This is a modified version of the "GetDataString" function which gets a string/text from a custom database field.
The modified version allows you to get the last (non empty) string on any given trading bar.

As an example, let us say that you have a database whose name is "db" and a...

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Beep on a New Bar
by QuantShare, uploaded few weeks ago

When added to a chart, this function generates a beep each time a new bar is created.
This function could be particularly useful when streaming real time data in a chart with a custom periodicity (Tickers per Bar, Range Bar.). It allows you to be quickly notified each time a new...

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Zweig
by Amritendu Maji, uploaded several months ago

This is the Zweig Indicator. You can change the percentage values or optimize them based on the market you are looking at. For US stock markets, 4% seem to work.

After a buy signal, generate the next sell signal upon a 4% or greater decline from...

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Selectable center of gravity index
by Christian, uploaded several months ago

This indicator uses the polynomial nonparametric regression mathematical formula to calculate the center of gravity of a moving stock (blue line) and other standard deviations. The amplitudes of these deviations are proportions of the golden number 1.618.


The center of gravity indicator was created by Mostafa Belkhayate.

This indicator is a modified...

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Random Bar Value
by MikeMM, uploaded several months ago

Unlike the default Random built-in function of QuantShare which returns a fixed random value of all bars, this function returns a random value for each trading bar.

Usage:
a = RandomBar(0, 100); // Returns a random value between 0 and 100
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Outperform Indicator
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This new "Outperform" indicator calculates the percentage of trading periods where a stock or an ETF outperforms a benchmark.

The indicator first gets the benchmark symbol. It then takes "period" and "count" as parameters. The "period" is the number of trading bars used to compare the currently analyzed security with the...

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Number of Ticker Symbols
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This function returns the total number of ticker symbols in your database when the provided parameter is empty.

Example:
a = nbtickers("");
plot(a, "Number of tickers");
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Information Ratio - Appraisal ratio
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Information ratio also called Appraisal ratio is a ratio of a portfolio (or asset) returns above the returns of an index (or benchmark) to the volatility of the returns.

The IR (Information Ratio) is similar to the Sharpe ratio since it is used to measure risk-adjusted returns. The difference is...

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Highlight Periods
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This function would allow you to highlight certain periods on your chart. You can for example use it to highlight recession periods or any other important events.

The function accepts a list of dates separated by commas. The list should define the start and end of each period to highlight.

As an...

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