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  1. Thanks. I am looking forward to it. The linked charts is a quick way to see a symbols charts in multiple time frames.
  2. That does answer the question. I have been using the Historical chart data. Thanks
  3. 1/8 close Chtr MT Historical Chart Values High 509.99 Low 498.55 Close 500.70 1/8 Stock chart values High 509.99 Low 498.55 Close 500.70 My calculated values Chtr 1/9 Intraday chart Pivot 503.17 I understand the label difference now. My Pivot calculation still differs from yours. I checked yesterday’s values and compared them to Stock charts which were the same for a couple of symbols. I still cannot figure how you get the result you display on the chart. Some MT symbol chart pivot values are correct but others differ from my spread sheet calculated values. Since the TC calculation uses Pivot it can differ also. What values did you use for CHTR from 1/8 close?
  4. Yes it is reversed according to the article formulas below. I am a little concerned that no one noticed this before because TC means top and BC means bottom. I guess they ignored the labels. TC = (Pivot – BC) + Pivot Pivot = (High + Low + Close)/3 BC = (High + Low)/2 Did you find anything on the P calculation? That was more important than the labels.
  5. The labels TC and BC seem to be reversed on the chart. I think the TC should be on the top and BC on the bottom. I calculated the BC, P and TC using The H, L and C below CHTR 1/7/20 values High 498.15 Low 490.93 Close 497.45 Calculated BC 494.54 P 495.51 TC 496.48 The Indicator displayed on chart BC 496.3933 Versus calculated 497.48 TC 494.54 Correct P 495.4667. Versus calculate 495.51 My calculations used 2 decimal point values from Historical chart. The Pivot (P) I calculated looks to be the problem. What am I doing wrong? Pivot point post.txt
  6. All my charts were annotated with "Annotations Unique per Chart" checkbox in the last section (Miscellaneous) checked. When I check the "Annotations Unique per Chart" all my original annotations disappear. Is there some way, on a one time basis, to get them converted to the charts so I do not have to manually re-due all the annotations?
  7. Would it be possible to have an option under the Chart Display Settings to elect to display annotations and trend lines drawn on an un-linked chart displayed on the linked chart?
  8. Right but I was proposing a second note field.
  9. Sorry I did not want to make it too elaborate. I was just proposing an additional USER entered data field which could be sorted. I was just using account as an example.
  10. It would be nice to have an additional field added to the portfolio column chooser which could be sorted. At the end of the week I verify my positions in each account to make sure I have not missed entering something. Sorting by account would make that easier. The field could be called Additional Note which would allow it to be used for other purposes.
  11. I draw a trendline or Annotation on a linked Historical chart. I click on another linked symbol and then click on the original symbol and the trendline or annotation is there just as you would expect. If you then click on the X in the upper right corner (Usually by mistake) of that linked historical chart and then move the cursor over the bid on the portfolio page to display that same historical chart of that symbol the trend line or annotation is gone. You can link again and the trendline or annotation will again display. Is it possible that trendlines and annotations are being stored in two different places for linked and un-linked charts? I expected it to show once drawn no matter if the chart was linked or not.
  12. When the "Add Indicators used by the Paintbar to the chart" is selected those indicators are added to the chart. Is there a way to reverse this command to remove those indicators just added? That reversal would be tricky if the any of the indicators were previously included on the chart. I use this command for debugging. The only ways I know to remove them are manually delete each one or reload the template before the command was executed.
  13. Correct the trace values do not overlap. Their prices will show on trace with the cursor positioned in the top right corner but only if the indicator text box has the Show Current Value selected. If the indicator text box has the Show Current value checked the price will show on the right of the chart and will overlap other price(S) when the indicators converge, that is the dilemma. If all the indicators are checked they will show on the trace but because it is so cluttered it is very difficult to figure which price goes with which indicator. The only way I can figure to get the value of an indicator is to uncheck the Show Current Value of the other converging indicators, apply the changes or close the edit indicator box, see the value and then go back and recheck the boxes. When you point to the indicator it becomes highlighted and the indicator name is also highlighted on the top line of the chart. If the current value was shown on the right of the chart (when the Show Current Value is unchecked) and disappear when the cursor is moved it would solve the problem. The price for each indicator could be shown at the top of the chart but that would take up a lot of additional space and not that desirable. Doc3.txt
  14. Is there a setting or combination of settings which would allow the current price of an indicator to be displayed on the right side of a chart when the cursor hovers over the indicator? The current price of the indicator will always display if you select :Show line prices on the indicator selection box but when multiple indicators converge the prices are overlaid and cannot be read. To reduce the clutter most of my indicators do not have the SHOW PRICE option selected. My current chart settings are: Always Show Trace and Default Trace
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