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  • Hello, Do you want to display both sets of bars on a single chart? If so you will want to use Chart Analog Overlay -- information is at http://help.cqg.com/cqgic/18/#!Documents/chartanalogoverlayanalog.htm
  • Xbove allow you to set a point for the line to be displayed.
  • Another important point, the above formula, as a Custom Study, returns a value (the Close when the condition occurs). If you are after a Condition that marks the bar itself, you would need to offset your condition to the future (since you only know …
  • Hi, I am not aware of any recent change in the Analog Overlay behaviour. Are you able to share a specific example as well as a screenshot?
  • Hi, Your code can actually be simplified. The "IF" is not necessary in this case. For the Downtrend, the following code will highlight the bar after the "big range" bar so long as the high is lower than the low[-2], which means that you can only be…
  • Hi, You can achieve this in a few steps: 1) Create a Custom Study with the following formula: IF( LocalHour(@) XABOVE 7, 1000000, none) 2) Add the study to your chart (which should compress the chart) 3) Right click on the chart and select "Modify…
  • IF(Open(@) High(@)[-2]) when Abs(Open(@)[-1]-Close(@)[-1]) > Abs((Open(@)[-2])-(Close(@)[-2])) this is not a correct formula "IF(Open(@) High(@)[-2])" and does not make sense to the specialist team. Please explain in simple English without an…
  • CQGM doesn't support the use of custom studies at this time.
  • High(@)[-1] < low(@) and high(@)[-1] < low(@)[-2] And Low(@)[-1] > high(@) and low(@)[-1] > high(@)[-2] The above is going to a pretty rare occurrence. (High(@)[-1] < low(@) and high(@)[-1] < low(@)[-2]) or (Low(@)[-1] > high(…
  • Hi, You may create another Curve under your existing Custom Study and use either: Mid(@) when (Range(@) > MA((Range(@)[-1]),Exp,10)) or ((High(@)+Low(@))/2) when (Range(@) > MA((Range(@)[-1]),Exp,10)) This will give you the 50% point of the …
  • Hi, The Yield Curve chart plots the different bonds that are available (in your example for Brokertec). By default the chart will draw the black line, which corresponds to the current yield prices of the bonds that are displayed. The 3 buttons at t…
  • What does ZB refer to? Please provide a screen shot if possible. Thank you
  • An OCO is a multi-part order. If one part of the order is executed, then the all other parts are cancelled.
  • Hello, You can use a study called 'Chart Analog Overlay'. Information on the study is available at http://help.cqg.com/cqgic/17/#!Documents/chartanalogoverlayanalog.htm Thank you
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  • Order Display study information: http://help.cqg.com/cqgic/17/#!Documents/orderdisplayorderdis.htm
  • You can use the order display study which will reflect all orders.
  • Hello, Please contact our specialist on the API Support team at apisupt@cqg.com for assistance with this issue. Thank you
  • Order Display (OrderDis) http://help.cqg.com/cqgic/17/#!Documents/orderdisplayorderdis.htm The Order Display study is one of several trading studies. This study offers an easy technique to compare trading decisions with subsequent market action b…
  • Hello, You will actually need to reach out to Sierra Charts for assistance as you are using their front end. If they find that anything needs to be corrected on CQG’s side, then they will raise the issue to us. If you have further questions, then pl…
  • You may refer to the screenshot at the top of this topic. The display will be the same whether you have a position on a futures symbol or on an option.
  • if you are referring to the case where you are Long 2 options on the same market, month and strike but only want to reduce your position, you will need to sell 1 of these options using an order. Using the Liquidate function on such position will sel…
  • Hi jstrick999, You will need to display the symbol for that particular option's Strike and month on a HOT widget and use the Liquidate button. This will only liquidate the position in that symbol, other positions will not be affected. Please note t…
  • A squeeze is simply a tightening of the bands You can add this formula to make a condition when the squeeze exists. BDIF(@,Sim,20,2.00)=lolevel(BDIF(@,Sim,20,2.00),20,0) pac for use with CQGIC or Qtrader is attached
  • Yes, you can. You may contact the technical team at apisupt@cqg.com with any specific questions. Thank you