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Daily Close on Daily and Intraday Charts

Old December 16th, 2013, 12:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Daily Close on Daily and Intraday Charts

I need some help getting the right daily close value on futures. I am interested in GGCZ3, but this happens on all futures.

I have coded in Easy Language Camarilla Points (similar to daily pivots). Camarilla Points are based off of the previous day's high, low, and close. The highD(1), and lowD(1) functions are working correctly. I am having trouble pulling in the daily close value.

When I plot the indicator on the daily chart using the closeD(1) function it recognizes the daily close value as the close of the 16:14 bar (all times in Central time). This is what I want it to do. But when I plot the same indicator on an intraday chart it pulls a different close and calls it the daily close. Here is part of the code I am using:

CC_High = HighD(1);
CC_Low = LowD(1);
CC_Close = CloseD(1);

For example, the hourly chart uses the close of the 22:00 bar, the 15-minute chart uses the close of the 23:30 bar, and the 1-minute chart uses the close of the 23:58 bar. Obviously this could lead to very different pivots on different time frames.

1-hour chart

15-minute chart

1-minute chart

I need all the time frames to use the 16:14 close as the daily close. How can I ensure this happens? Thanks for your help.

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