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Applying the Murray Math (MM) indicator to an 8 & higher RangeNoGap chart the indicator (MM lines) appears, but when the range is changed to 7 RangeNoGap or lower the MM lines disappear (MM still appears in the indicator dialog and settings can be manipulated) . The instrument is CL 08-11 and both charts load 10 days or more of prior data. Any thoughts on why the MM lines do not appear on 7 range or below charts?

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Applying the Murray Math (MM) indicator to an 8 & higher RangeNoGap chart the indicator (MM lines) appears, but when the range is changed to 7 RangeNoGap or lower the MM lines disappear (MM still appears in the indicator dialog and settings can be manipulated) . The instrument is CL 08-11 and both charts load 10 days or more of prior data. Any thoughts on why the MM lines do not appear on 7 range or below charts?


I don't think they disappeared. I just believe on a 7 range chart the lines are out of visual range.

if you set auto scale to true, you should be able to "see" them on your chart. another way would be to set the "calculate the pivot hourly" to true.

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2. pic is auto scale set to false
3. pic is calculate the pivot hourly set to true

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I don't think they disappeared. I just believe on a 7 range chart the lines are out of visual range.

if you set auto scale to true, you should be able to "see" them on your chart. another way would be to set the "calculate the pivot hourly" to true.

1. pic is auto scale set to true
2. pic is auto scale set to false
3. pic is calculate the pivot hourly set to true


Thanks for the response Silvester 17. As you suggested I changed the indicator to Auto scale, and the MM lines did appear for the July 8th data set, but the results were not as expected. The entire range for the day of the MM lines on the 6 range chart was 99.41 to 98.24 giving a MM line range of 1.17. While the MM lines range using the same indicator settings on the 10Range chart was 100.82 to 96 giving a MM line range of 4.82.

When I changed the 6R chart for July 8th to calculate MM lines hourly the MM line range did change to 97.07 extreme + to 95.90 extreme - giving an MM line range of the same 1.17 (same range as before but at differing extremes).

I will be doing more homework on how the MM lines are calculated, understanding that the MM lines are derived from a percentage / fraction of price range (daily in this case), I need to understand why the MM line range (extremes) of the 6 r chat is much smaller than the 10 R chart range, since both charts are tracking the same price and time. A re-read of the posts on futures.io (formerly BMT) dealing with the MM lines is in order for me. Note that in this response I refer to 6R and 10R charts as opposed to 7R and 8R charts in the original question. This is because I use the 6R and 10 R charts in my system.

Again thanks for the response.

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