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The following user says Thank You to Big Mike for this post:
Sierra is a great platform and I do use the number bars every day. I have nothing to do with SC but happy to answer any questions you might have as I do use Sierra a lot.
Altough I have been reading futures.io (formerly BMT) for the past few weeks as a member, tis is my 1st post. Apologies if I should have introduced myself on a separate thread, but just to wanted to add futures.io (formerly BMT) is the dog's b********!
The following user says Thank You to dom64 for this post:
Hello dom64! thanks a lot for your kindness. sorry I replied so late, I've been busy playing with Sierra Chart and didn't come back to the forum often.
I put numbers bars on my chart for a few days, but honestly the flashing colors gave me a headache instead of helping me in any way. I still wanted to see what happens at price levels so I put the volume by price study (bar by bar) on my chart and I'm happy to report that it does more or less what numbers bars do without all those colors. and I can even choose to display ask/bid size and total volume and other information. I'm so happy with this discovery and I've been playing with it for the past few days.
Sierra chart really is great. the only problem is that, if I don't make a profit now, I can no longer blame my trading platform and instead have to man up to my own failure