Market Profile - TAS
|February 13th, 2016, 12:14 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Kansas City, MO, USA
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Market Profile - TAS
I watched a sales promo / demonstration video for the TAS Market Profile products.
It seems INCREDIBLE ! But maybe that's just me. I swear I have no association with the products and am not trying to sell anything. In fact, my hope is that interested users might code up the indicators for all to use.
It seems straight-forward to apply price action and short-term support/resistance in this environment as well.
It would appear that not many people here are using it. Jan 7, 2017 Wojo13 asked about it and didn't get a response. Sep 22, 2013 McTrade asked about it and Forgiven responded that he uses some pieces.
My question: I wonder if one or more of the stellar programmers here would be interested in coding it up?
Interested parties might want to follow this link:
Be forewarned that this video is 3 hours long !! But you can certainly see in just a few minutes if it is a project or concept you could be interested in. There is 30 min in the middle where he makes his sales pitch (1:20:40 to 1:52:00). For the rest of it we basically get to see him loading charts of many different instruments on many different timeframes.
I am personally interested in
Market Map (market profile histogram in the background)
TAS Boxes (high, control, low lines or "boxes")
TAS Vega (colored price bars)
and to a lesser extend or on a second level
Market Scanner (dashboard that looks across many instruments on several timeframes)
I would use the features in an automated strategy so I don't personally need the glitzy user interface (though it would be cool to follow a market as an indicator and watch on screen).
I have to imagine that this would be difficult to code, but I am constantly amazed by the talent present here.
I am currently a TradeStation user and I intend to post this on the TS forum as well.
Thanks for your interest and consideration ...
Last edited by Student64151; February 13th, 2016 at 09:50 AM. Reason: typo / mis-spelling