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What does the buy the range do? Does it put a limit order at the bid and ask or does it just split the difference. Also where can I find out what all those pretty numbers on the left side of the y-axis come from?

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What does the buy the range do? Does it put a limit order at the bid and ask or does it just split the difference. Also where can I find out what all those pretty numbers on the left side of the y-axis come from?

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I trade on Range Bars. The Buy Range / Sell Range places a Stop Limit Order or Market Order at the projected High Bar Close or Projected Low Bar Close. If price closes against the trend, I cancel the order.



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Should find out what Sierra does, because their DOM stays fairly static and I don't remember seeing any mention of TT fees

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Should find out what Sierra does, because their DOM stays fairly static and I don't remember seeing any mention of TT fees

According to what MultiCharts said in a futures.io (formerly BMT) webinar (they have a mostly static DOM as well), as long as price only 're-centers' every certain amount of time (ie: 10 seconds), then it is not static and does not violate the patent. You would need to watch webinar for exact wording, I am going from memory.

Sierra does not re-center at all. If price goes off the ladder, you have to manually take action.

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Sierra does not re-center at all. If price goes off the ladder, you have to manually take action.

Right, isn't this exactly the TT patent? How does Sierra get away with doing it?

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Right, isn't this exactly the TT patent? How does Sierra get away with doing it?

TT has bigger fish to fry but I can assure you that any violators are on their list.

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In any case , its so ridiculous how you can patent a software idea. And couldn't anyone just incorporate outside of the US to get around these stupid laws?

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In any case , its so ridiculous how you can patent a software idea. And couldn't anyone just incorporate outside of the US to get around these stupid laws?

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Right, isn't this exactly the TT patent? How does Sierra get away with doing it?

there is no thing to get away from, Sierra just does what users ask them to do.

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When does TT's patent for the static DOM expire?


I know it's been quite awhile since anyone posted on this topic, but I'm interested to know when TT's patent for the static DOM expires. I've done a few searches on google, but I'm not turning up any results that list an expiration date.

Does anyone here know when TT's patent for the static DOM is supposed to expire?

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