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Zan ze
2010-11-17 09:05:52

Hi Quantshare !
I can not find the Item to Creat a Composite Index from few stock symbol
May you help me to make a code Creat a Composite Index from few stock symbol ?
It's have Open high Low Close Volume Field to see in the chart
Thank you so much Quantshare

2010-11-17 14:12:01


Best Answer
To create a composite index, select Tools -> Composites, then click on "Add".
Select your symbols then click on "Next".
In the formula field type:

AddComposite("open", open, _CompAverage);
AddComposite("high", high, _CompAverage);
AddComposite("low", low, _CompAverage);
composite = close;

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