Don't know if this will help, but I was having a different issue (can't remember what, now) & I changed my Session Template from <instrument settings> to Default 24/7. I don't seem to be having the bar problem you are. Maybe this will help ? ?
After all, it's what you learn AFTER you know it all, that counts!
You need to look at your chart, where that high comes from. The problem might be that some of the (non-supported) properties and methods of NT 7, in particular Bars.FirstBarOfSession and bars.Session.GetSessionDate() do have bugs.
So if your pivot indicator uses one of these, the problem may be elsewhere.
All I know is that RangeNoGap and SBS Renko show the correct prior day close but MedianRenko does not, in many cases that I've looked at tonight.
If someone could solve that issue or make a bar type that looks like the median renko but works better with NT7, that would be great. If that doesn't happen, I'll just have to be happy with SBS Renko and RangeNoGap bars.
I was wondering if you would be able to help .... I am trying to reference SbSRenko bars in a multi-time frame strategy ..... I use Add(PeriodType.Custom6, 6) and I've noticed that I am referencing a chart with "1==reset at session break" where as I would like to use "any other value = not to reset" option ...... do you have suggestions on how to go about this? .... I tried adding Vaule2 = 2 in SbSRenkoBarsType.cs per attached image hoping I would force a strategy to use chart's default setting but this does not seem to work ...... any help is greatly appreciated .........
Well, a great number of people here are sharing their methodology when it comes to discretionary or mechanical trading.
If you want to encourage more ATS discussion, you could do what I and a few others have done, and create a new thread and post the complete source code to some of your ATS's that you have worked on and want to try out, then solicit feedback and improvements from the community. I think that is the best way to encourage more participation.
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