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Just separate question, @rocksolid68 since you tried to setup ADR on SC, has it been working well for you on RTH? Thanks!

It works well for me! I typically use ETH but RTH is no problem.

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My apologies for being so slow with my reply. Been down with a bad cold and still recovering.

I realised that something was very wrong with my spreadsheet study since whenever I add a new study, the columns all get shifted to a random location and that's why the ADR number looked wrong.

I did a simple chart with RTH time 0900-1430ET on a daily chart and the ADR number looks near to what other people are getting, though not the same. I am comparing with NT and Tradestation screenshots below from other post - from what I know they are on RTH time so I have my settings similar to them - and it gave ADR of 1.22 for yesterday but SC showed .97. I'm guessing the NT/TS number is correct so I'm trying to understand why SC does not give the same number? Very confusing...

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I think the issue is that you are using different session times to those examples.

If you want to confirm if SC is giving you the right values, try working it out manually.

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I realised that something was very wrong with my spreadsheet study since whenever I add a new study, the columns all get shifted to a random location and that's why the ADR number looked wrong.

Study outputs to a spreadsheet study appear in columns AA and above (with Number of Formula Columns set to 16), and occur in the same order as those in the Studies to Graph list.
If you reference these studies using column and row, and then if you add, remove, or rearrange the studies in the Studies to Graph list, your formulas will be referencing the wrong study.
If you use this referencing syntax, you must add new studies at the bottom of the list to avoid this problem, and you cannot rearrange or remove studies without causing this problem.
With the New Spreadsheets, you can now also reference studies by ID#.SG# in this format: ID1.SG1@3, where 3 is the row. If you use this referencing syntax, adding and rearranging studies in the list will not affect your formulas.
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Hey @rocksolid68, sorry for digging up this old thread but I just cannot seem to get the ADR% text to work... Sierra has changed the names of some of the studies, I have attempted everything I can think of but just can't seem to wrap my head around it, so was hoping you might be able to help out? Maybe attach the studies needed? Much thanks.

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