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Yes puma, it appears that your statement is correct. I suspect that means that each PnF calculation starts at the opening of each day and is not carried over to the next day. Is this what you are trying to tell me?
If someone if competent in programming C# language, this can be changed. For that matter, the PnF charts can also be reprogrammed to perform the Wyckoff PnF charting calculations which is different from other PnF calculations. For anyone willing to make these changes, I've attached the chart type code file for NJ7 that is located in My Documents / NinjaTrader 7 / bin / custom / type / @BarTypes.cs
Last edited by StockJock; April 4th, 2012 at 04:48 PM.
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The Wyckoff PnF counts are made at the location of the signs of strenth or weakness shown on the Vertical chart. Where on the chart would you recommend to choose that location? Is there a specific date that you recommend?
I only need one indicator and that is the Wyckoff PnF chart with no session interruptions for NJ7. Once someone has programmed the code and posted comparative charts to show that it indeed works, then I would probably pay for the membership to download it. Anything else that I need can be found on the WWW for free.