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Anyone have a script they can share which plots a line for Overnight high and low? Thank you!

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Anyone have a script they can share which plots a line for Overnight high and low? Thank you!

you can modify this day balance indicator. Note: open a new 60m chart, apply it to see how it works first.

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cory,

this might not work for zetradr if he/she is looking for Tradestation code.

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you can modify this day balance indicator. Note: open a new 60m chart, apply it to see how it works first.


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this might not work for zetradr if he/she is looking for Tradestation code.

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zetradr,

there are a couple of indicators in the download section that can do that, but you'd need an elite membership to download. This for example might get you going.

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The best way I've found to do it is using Global Variables. That way you can have a 24 hour chart that computed the Overnight High and Low and pass that information to a RTH chart (@ES.D for example).

I'm not so good a programmer that I would feel comfortable sharing the EasyLanguage, but I was able to put the whole thing together just researching Global Variables on the web & the Tradestation forums.

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Laconic,

Global Variables is great, except the lacking historical data. You might want to take a look at Easylanguage Collections or Global Dictionaries (in case you work in Tradestation), this way you can get realtime and historical values.

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The best way I've found to do it is using Global Variables. That way you can have a 24 hour chart that computed the Overnight High and Low and pass that information to a RTH chart (@ES.D for example).

I'm not so good a programmer that I would feel comfortable sharing the EasyLanguage, but I was able to put the whole thing together just researching Global Variables on the web & the Tradestation forums.


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