Does anyone have a template or a zip file for the Cummulative Delta for Sierra. I don't know how to set it up for the continous difference in ask/bid volume. Someones help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi William, I know that the Number Bars Calculated has the Deltas and separate bids and asks but I was hoping to pull them and get the cumulative relative to average of last x days. Then I found the Cumulative Delta Bars (what a great name!)study and I am a happier man.
I'm still uncovering things from the Numbers Bars Calculated, can you point me to the link of your cheat sheet?
Last edited by Investorito; August 24th, 2015 at 11:16 PM.
Reason: update on study name
There's some real hidden value there that most people would of over looked. Combining that with the numbers bars study is a great way to read the tape.
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