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the Cumulative Delta Bars - Ticks study -
looking in both SC standard studies and User Supplied Studies I only found "Cumulative Delta Bars" study - is this the Upticks/Down ticks delta study Mike was looking for? Or is this the Volume Delta study that was there before? I do not see any horizontal Ray tool.

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the Cumulative Delta Bars - Ticks study -
looking in both SC standard studies and User Supplied Studies I only found "Cumulative Delta Bars" study - is this the Upticks/Down ticks delta study Mike was looking for? Or is this the Volume Delta study that was there before? I do not see any horizontal Ray tool.

Are you on 771?

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Nope #763 - the first thing I did was attempt to get mot current version. #763 is the most current available from Transact. thank you, I will wait until more current is available.

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I'm using SC version 776.

In the 6037 Constant Volume Bar chart I have added three Cumulative studies. The first is the Cumulative Delta for Bid/ask traded volume, the third is the Cumulative Delta for (bid/ask traded) ticks and the second is a Cumulative Delta for up/down tick traded volume.

In this thread user sctrader posted a link to the SC Support Forum where the way to build this second Study is described. Only difference: I base the calculations on a 1-tick chart.

I have noted that some people confuse bid/ask traded volume and up/down tick traded volume thinking they both are the same. This can be the case, but by no means has to be so.

These indicators can be used as confirmation for price action or be used to spot divergences. There are two examples for the latter in this chart.

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I'm using SC version 776.

In the 6037 Constant Volume Bar chart I have added three Cumulative studies. The first is the Cumulative Delta for Bid/ask traded volume, the third is the Cumulative Delta for (bid/ask traded) ticks and the second is a Cumulative Delta for up/down tick traded volume.

In this thread user sctrader posted a link to the SC Support Forum where the way to build this second Study is described. Only difference: I base the calculations on a 1-tick chart.

I have noted that some people confuse bid/ask traded volume and up/down tick traded volume thinking they both are the same. This can be the case, but by no means has to be so.

These indicators can be used as confirmation for price action or be used to spot divergences. There are two examples for the latter in this chart.

Hi
could you post the link to the indi ?
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Hi
could you post the link to the indi ?
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The cumulative delta stuff is built-in to Sierra with the newer builds.

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The cumulative delta stuff is built-in to Sierra with the newer builds.

Mike

I'm not aware of a study that sums the up/down tick volume in the way described. Do you have a reference to the Sc documentation?


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Hi
could you post the link to the indi ?
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It has been posted in message #44 of this thread: Tick cumulative delta - Sierra Chart

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Hi

A quick question if i may.
Does the free TT data feed provided through SC differ much in quality to the DTN data feed that i hear so many people raving about?

Just a show of yes/ no will do

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Hi

A quick question if i may.
Does the free TT data feed provided through SC differ much in quality to the DTN data feed that i hear so many people raving about?

Just a show of yes/ no will do


Yes.

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Hi

A quick question if i may.
Does the free TT data feed provided through SC differ much in quality to the DTN data feed that i hear so many people raving about?

Just a show of yes/ no will do

Yes, an in-depth analysis is here:

https://futures.io/elite-circle/3873-analysis-comparison-different-data-feeds-platforms-bid-ask-studies.html

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