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NT7 indicator to code within GOM framework

Old February 13th, 2013, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NT7 indicator to code within GOM framework

NT7 coder of an existing indicator, the neCumDeltaDivergence. To code that indicator into the GOM framework in order to save the write data. Or simply to save the write data into a folder, as the GOM delta indicator does. This will allow me to review its data history where I look for areas of delta volume inventory.

I have asked for permission from the author of the neCumDeltaDivergence indicator, and should he give permission, then the coding can be done. First, I just need to know if it can be done.

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COTtrader "Ken"

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