Someone asked me on my blog if this is possible, I tried to do it in Ninja but failed. I tried it in Sierra and succeeded. I did a little video for the guy on my blog, so thought I'd share it here. Enjoy.
The following user says Thank You to keymoo for this post:
There is an obvious problem, however, as the lines are not being plotted in the correct location.
The screenshot below is from your video and shows that the high and low use their own scale, which is different from the chart scale. The Globex High at 1309.25 is drawn at around 1303.50, while the Globex Low at 1297.00 is drawn at around 1293.00. Not yet quite useful.
It is true that I have not been able to achieve this with NinjaTrader. If I load a secondary bar series via indicator, I am not free to select a session template, which is different from the template of the primary chart. So this is not possible.
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The way I have been plotting the Globex high and low is I use the high/low for time period study in sierra charts and change the times and names and check the name label box. My times are set to 16:30est- 9:29:59, can someone tell me if those times are correct.
Last edited by jersey101; October 7th, 2013 at 06:33 AM.