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Started:March 5th, 2012 (09:21 AM) by c12345 Views / Replies:1,006 / 2
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GV or ADE?

Old March 5th, 2012, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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GV or ADE?

Hello fellow traders;
I am working on a way to run a indicator on a Volume Chart, based on if certain criteria is present on the Higher Volume Frame, I would like to be able to pass if this criteria exists on the Higher Volume Frame Chart, and take a trade Entry Signal from the Lower Volume Frame Chart,
For instance I run a 800 Volume chart And then for the lower one, I use a 100 volume chart.

What I am seeking to program would be run an indicator on the 800 and then if the criteria matches, I want that to be passed to the 100 volume chart.

The eventual goal would be to have an automated strategy in TS.

Currently TS can support Global Variables, which that might be an option, or else use ADE which might be another.

Any idea's on what would be the best tool for what I am trying to accomplish?

Thanks for any input/suggestions

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Old March 15th, 2012, 06:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
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TS 9 supports global dictionary to share data across charts and radar screens. So you dont need GV or ADE anymore.

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