NinjaTrader 6.5 Indicators - CCLBetterVolume2 V1
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CCLBetterVolume2 V1 4 *
Lifted from the BetterVolume2 Indicator available on the Ninja Forum and originally written by Barry Taylor and available for free, this one features a few additions including:
some of Cory's volume stop work;
some additional patterns (many of them experimental) which track various combination such as down bar, then churn, then up bar. Small-size wingdings are used to highlight such signals which can easily be turned off once they are learned and/or different ones added.

This is not nearly as sophisticated as many of the live-updating buysell/delta indies out there. The Tradestation version of BetterVolume does a good job of reading up and down ticks but this is much tricker in Ninja and this indicator was not programmed that way (though at this point I think it could/should be) with less difficulty than a year or so ago since more independent programmers out there have shared so much stuff.

To activate the volume signals, change the MA Period from 20 to 21. Then read through the Descriptions for the other options. It's fairly straightforward.

The attached pic shows two version of BetterVolume2 which I had up to ensure this latest version with a different name (so as not to over-write the original BetterVolume2 on others computers) was working correctly.

NinjaTrader 6.5: YES
NinjaTrader 7.0: NOT TESTED [feedback]

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