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Good afternoon:

Sorry if you have already discussed this in another thread but I can not find it.

There any rules or percentage indicator to measure him up and down the sails.

Thank you very much in advance.

Excuse my English is translated directly into the google Spanish.

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I mean something like what is shown in the picture.



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You could try the PriceActionSwing indicator coded by @dorschden, which is shown on the chart below. You will find it here:


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I think the guy is asking about the absolute percentage (ie from openning) and not Fibo staff..
BTW I never saw this kind of indicator myself.

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I think the guy is asking about the absolute percentage (ie from openning) and not Fibo staff..
BTW I never saw this kind of indicator myself.

Such an indicator would be easy to code, but it is not clear what he wants to do with it. Also there are no references to other websites. People do not make it easy to give a qualified answer, when the questions is not clearly formulated.

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If I look at the OP picture, @35trader is looking for the % in price from upper and lower leg that is ticks(points)/price from @Fat Tails chart, all you have to do is add the formula in the drawtext from @dorschden indicator

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Good afternoon everyone:

First thank you for your answers, I'll try to explain better, what I need is a tool that measures the percentage of a point respesto one bar to another point of another bar.

If you have any questions please tell me.

A greeting and thank you very much.

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Good morning:

Can anyone help me out to build the tool.

Thank you very much in advance.

Kind regards.

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