Excel

This study goes by a number of other names, including the end point moving average, least squares moving average, moving linear regression, and time series forecast.

To explain this study… more

This post details the use of the CQG function: Time Average (TimeAvg), which calculates the average for values taken at the same time of day over the lookback period.

In this example, the… more

Microsoft® Office 365 includes the latest version of Excel which comes with some new functions not available in Excel 2016 or Excel 2019. This post details the XLOOKUP function and its features.… more

The CQG Statement Reports Add-In is installed with CQG IC and QTrader. This add-in works with CQG’s Statement Report generated from the Orders & Positions window.

Once you… more

This Microsoft Excel® dashboard pulls in the 3-month SOFR market data traded on the CME Globex platform.

The Dashboard was updated to enable the user to enter in the symbol for the first… more

Microsoft® Excel has a Text function which is useful for combining text with market data. For example, you may want to have your Excel dashboard display in the same cell the percent net change… more

The Microsoft® Excel 3-D chart is different from the Excel Scatter Plot chart. The Scatter chart uses a fixed size for the chart data points. The 3-D chart accesses an additional column to set the… more

The Excel AGGREGATE function returns an aggregate calculation such as AVERAGE, COUNT, COUNTA, MAX, MIN, PRODUCT, etc., applied to a list of data while optionally ignoring hidden rows and errors.… more

This post details using the Microsoft® Excel “Scatter Plot” Chart to track market performance. In this example, RTD formulas are used to pull in the percent net change of the 30 stocks that are in… more

This article walks you through using Microsoft® Excel’s LINEST function to determine the three coefficients and y-intercept of a 3rd order polynomial function over the past 20 bars of closing… more