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Hmt Ptl
2016-12-12 12:51:20


Hello,
1.) How to put an arrow, change candle color or draw a line (vertical or horizontal) for easily spotting occurrence(s) of *same* HIGHs or *same* LOWs of two or more candles of any time frame.

So that, Just by eyeballing charts one can figure out candles making same Highs or Lows.

2.) Also, for Intraday charts how to "restrict", finding same Highs or Lows for current day only.

Note: By *same* I mean within specific min/max range. e.g. High of one candle could be 1.05 and other candle's High could be 1.15 and they both should be regarded as *same* Highs
(here min is 0.05 and max is 0.15).

Thanks!




QuantShare
2016-12-13 03:33:42

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1/ You can plot an arrow by typing the following line for example:

cond = absolute(high - high[1]) < 0.05; // You type your condition here
PlotArrow(cond, "", BelowLow, colorRed);

2/ You create the same condition and add the following rule:
lastday = day() == lastvalue(day()) && month() == lastvalue(month()) && year() == lastvalue(year());
cond = cond && lastday;



Hmt Ptl
2016-12-14 06:19:44

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Hello, I tried following from your suggested code to get arrows plotted when there are same Lows:

cond1 = absolute(histoprice(_low,0) - low) == 0; // i want exact same low
PlotArrow(cond1, "", belowLow, colorRed);

But, I only want to plot arrows when there are _atleast_ 2 same lows.
Above code shows arrows at every single new low made on the chart, which is redundant for me (as chart gets filled with arrows).





QuantShare
2016-12-15 03:31:06

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"histoprice(_low..." gets current day's low in an intraday time frame.

2 same lows is:
cond = absolute(low - low[1]) < 0.05;



Hmt Ptl
2016-12-15 03:37:16

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I want to plot arrows on candles having atleast 2 same *lowest* low for the current day, I don't want all the candles with same lows....

can i do something like:

cond = absolute(llv(low,?) - low[1]) < 0.05;

let me know!



QuantShare
2016-12-16 04:23:10

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Yes you can. Why don't you try it on a chart and see for yourself.
You can click on the "Add Indicator" button and see all the available functions, their description and parameters.



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