Each candle represents a session (Globex, RTH). That's why there are two bars a day on average except at the start of a new week. If anyone knows how to create one bar per session then please share your technique as this is the best i was able to do with Ninja.
We can see more wide range down bars than up bars and the recent tails at the top denote supply or resistance between 2710..2730.
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Last edited by trendisyourfriend; April 20th, 2012 at 10:54 AM.
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GFIs1's gut feeling as the basic daily chart is looking forward with
1) the DAX surfing out of the daily Kumo in direction NORTH
2) the elections in France will take out some uncertainties for EU investments
3) the international money flow to help struggling countries seems to be fixed by this weekend
It seems like a lot of NT users struggle with creating accurate daily/weekly/monthly charts, so here is how I do it:
1) Make sure "Kinetick - End of Day (Free)" is your primary connection
2) Open up a daily/weekly/monthly chart
3) Ensure Session Template is set to "Default 24/7"
3) Right click on chart and "Reload All Historical Data"
Hope that helps
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My problem is that i can't create a chart to correctly show each session of a given instrument as a single candle. As my example shows on the NASDAQ when a new week starts, i get three candles for Monday, the rest of the week is OK as i get two candles per day (Globex, RTH). I have not found a better way to be more accurate with Ninja. Your solution below would not achieve what i want to show, ie, Globex High/Low/Mid as a single bar and RTH High/Low/Mid as a single bar.
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