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Heikin-Ashi Charts

Apr 14, 2014

In CQG 2014 we will introduce three new chart types plus sub-minute bars, such as ten-second bar charts. In the next few articles we will have a short look into each one of them, starting with Heikin-Ashi charts.

Heikin-... more

Renko Charts

Apr 07, 2014

In CQG Integrated Client version of the year, CQG 2014, we have introduced four new chart types: Heikin-Ashi, sub-minute bar, range bar, and Renko. In this article, we will look at Renko charts.

A Renko chart is a... more

Labels

Jan 21, 2014

CQG's market data information breaks down into two types of data: One is study data that can be seen on a chart, such as the high of a market from last week. The other is a label data, which is seen in quote displays, such as the open, high, low... more

Measuring Price Movements

Jan 15, 2014

In this article, we measure the price action between a significant high and a significant low identified by CQG's ZigZag study. The ZigZag study is a useful graphical tool that connects significant turning points together. The study draws a line... more

Protecting Your Formulas and Including an Expiration Date

Dec 02, 2013

Occasionally we receive requests from traders asking how to protect their own formulas from being viewed and modified by someone else. Here is a short guide detailing the steps.

The quick way is to select the Hide Formula when 'Deny Copy'... more

Seasonal Analytics

Nov 15, 2013

This short article is not a huge programming exercise, it is mainly about a smart way to see seasonal behavior in an overlay chart. Here is the result we would like to have:

The blue line is the current soybeans contract and shows... more

Use CQG Signal Evaluator to Analyze Your Trading Ideas

Oct 15, 2013

Overview

CQG Signal Evaluator (SigEval) allows you to quickly assess the validity of a trading signal before spending valuable time creating fully-fledged trading systems that may be based on invalid signals.

The... more

Auto Fibonacci Retracements, Part 2

Sep 18, 2013

Editor's Note: In this article, Mueller expands on the Auto Fibonacci study concept covered in his August 27 article. Here he shows how to enhance the study by forcing the calculation to use the same scale as the chart.

Now that we... more

A Timer Helper and CQG's Set/Reset Function

Sep 03, 2013

We often receive questions on how to limit trading activity to certain times of day. One little extra line of code can accomplish this quite easily.

In CQG there is a very efficient way to create a variable inside a trading system... more

Auto Fibonacci Retracements, Part 1

Aug 27, 2013

Derived from contributions medieval mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci made to number theory, retracements measure the price areas where a market move is likely to pause or reverse a trend. Many traders rely on Fibonacci numbers to compute these... more