I have been using Amibroker all the time. My programming knowledge is very limited and somehow I have been managing to write my own codes for my Indicators.
recently i was introduced to NinjaTrader. I found the the platform quite interesting. However for me the biggest limitation was programming my own indicators. I have been struggling for the last 2 weeks. Then I found the book "NinjaTraders programming Launch Pad" by Scott Daggett. Only after this I was able to make some headway. Finally I was able to complete my first Indicator. It was a big relief when finally it complied without any error. The Indicator is my own Buying and selling pressure indicator. Of course Amibroker users would be familiar with this Indicator which I had released more than a year ago. This Indicator was to be used along with my VSA afl. This is my first attempt at coding NinjaTrader Indicator. I am sure there will be better way of coding the same. If the experts give their comments It would be nice learning experience for me. If anyone is more interested in this indicator please watch my video on the same.
I am unable to post the image here. One can visit my karthikmarar.blogspot for more details on the indicator.
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Thanks for posting this clever indicator.
I attached a reworked version which will run more efficiently and is coded in a way that is easier to follow. I hope you will consider using these techniques in subsequent efforts.
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