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Josh McCormick
2020-07-22 10:35:02


QuantShare Team --

Some of the more interesting things I create that I'm able to share and seem to be worth sharing (as in "trading objects") aren't download scripts or indicators or rules, but something more simple: Formulas.

As an example, you've got these three different functions built into QuantShare: adx(period), Plus_Di (period), Minus_Di (period). I've put together a great formula which uses all of these to create a very nice graph that equals what's available on Yahoo Finance when you've enabled the Series, Shading, and Histogram functions. This is something that I wouldn't mind sharing with other QuantShare users. (I also would love to see things like this that have been created by others!)

SCREENSHOT:
https://i.imgur.com/ercCDus.png

...but aside from pasting the script into a forum post (which really isn't much of a tradeable object), I really don't have a good way to share it. And I don't have a good way to review and take advantage of all the cool formulas that have been created by others.

ANOTHER EXAMPLE:
https://www.quantshare.com/index.php?option=thread&tid=2071&ref=0010924718955443224

Earlier, I created a formula that takes advantage of the built-in Hilbert Transform functions to graph the Hilbert sine, leadsine, trending/cycling mode, and new cycle indicators (along with buy/sell triggers for crossover events). There isn't a direct way to share a formula like this, so I stuffed the formula into the middle of a forum post (the third message which begins with "THE HILBERT TRANSFORM WAVEFORM INDICATOR:"):

SUGGESTION (FEATURE REQUEST):
Can you create a method for users to share/trade Formulas?

Thanks,
Josh McCormick



QuantShare
2020-07-22 11:34:06



Thank you for the suggestion.


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