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2020-07-01 03:06:39

Would like to perform a pattern analysis on several time units. Specifically, I am looking for promising combinations on the 4h level and the 5 minute level and to find and automatically act on them.
Maybe one of you has already created something similar and would like to share it with us.

Josh McCormick
2020-07-14 11:18:55


I'd like to second this question. I have a signal that is much more powerful if I can confirm that it is active in a longer time period's chart.

Are there any functions that allow us to pull closing data at a particular index on a certain chart?

2020-07-18 11:13:20


You can use the Timeframeapply function to access multiple time units data.

To get access to external symbols data, use GetSeries function.

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