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Shark Indicators (www.sharkindicators.com) / Shark Bloodhound

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Hi Belgrade

Thanks for the question. Falcon is still a while out and we don't have a timeframe available for that currently.
In the meantime, you can use SiRaven (included with BloodHound) to place ATM trades on which provide more flexibility than just simple stops and targets.

Any updates About Falcon ?

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Bloodhound is Great

I use Bloodhound and like it. I can write in easy language and ninja script. I use Bloodhound in initial testing and flushing out Ideas. The graphical interface make it a lot faster to see what elements of my strategy are strongest.

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Great tool


Since my coding skills are quite limited, the BloodHound Software in fact helps me a lot.

It supports me by creating even quite complex strategies in a few minutes without the need to write a single line of code.
These strategies can be tested on the fly and in real time, so I can see the results of any change immediately on my charts.

I recently purchased a license of the Ultimate Edition (there has been an NT webinar discount available), and IMO the price is quite reasonable compared to the equivalent you get with the package.

Now I'm still in the process of learning about all the features and methods the software provides...

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When starting learning it i quickly got stuck finding the inputs of custom indicators as the thresholds and outputs of some custom indicators seem to need trial and erroring for use in bloodhound (if there were any usable outputs at all).

The idea to plug together a strategy in NT7 with no programming skills is still great.

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When starting learning it i quickly got stuck finding the inputs of custom indicators as the thresholds and outputs of some custom indicators seem to need trial and erroring for use in bloodhound (if there were any usable outputs at all).

The idea to plug together a strategy in NT7 with no programming skills is still great.

Yep, I second that. There's a lot of trial and error included while working with custom indicators, but it doesn't take a lot of time to develop a solid understanding how to use the interface and how plots and values of any indicator have to be interpreted to get at least a basic result.

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I can start a new thread for users if you guys want.

I'm having trouble creating a solver to show when a candle is touching a MA. I've tried it a few ways, any ideas?

Westsider

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I can start a new thread for users if you guys want.

I'm having trouble creating a solver to show when a candle is touching a MA. I've tried it a few ways, any ideas?

Westsider

Well, maybe some sort of "Working / Problem Thread" for BloodHound users sounds like a pretty good idea.

And as far as I know you can only determine in a solver if a candle closes above or below any given MA...but perhaps we can try to have a closer look on your problem in another thread where SI could give some input as well.

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I can start a new thread for users if you guys want.

I'm having trouble creating a solver to show when a candle is touching a MA. I've tried it a few ways, any ideas?

Westsider

can't you use the comparison solver for that. using the chamelian indicator?

BTW there is a support forum at the BH site.

I have no problem using futures.io (formerly BMT) for this purpose.

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Bloohhound and OFA

Anyone know if Bloodhound has access to OFA data?

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