Oscillators are very popular studies used by trader and analysts alike. Oscillators detrend the price data by calculating differences. The next image displays a simple oscillator named Momentum.… more

CQG Product Specialist Stan Yabroff designed a CQG page for customers to track and analyze a market’s implied volatility and historical volatility. This post details the features and functionality… more

Let's say you want to look at a study on a chart but you want the study to use a different time frame than the time frame for the bars. For example, the MACD Study on a 1-minute chart using 5-… more

This post details a custom CQG study for pulling a market’s all time high price and date and the market’s all time low price and date.

The custom study was built by CQG’s Product Specialist… more

This post builds upon CQG Product Specialist Helmut Mueller's post titled “Most Wanted Seven Studies Plus a Bonus Trading System.” His post provides a PAC with the following studies:

Chande… more

This is a collection of frequently requested studies, which are not part of CQG’S standard offering. These studies are open source and detailed descriptions can be easily found on the internet.… more

CQG offers an Implied Volatility (ImpVol) study that allows you to pull in historical implied volatility data onto a chart. ImpVol is not the implied volatility of one particular option.… more

CQG provides the ability to separate volume into trades executed at the best bid price and trades executed at the best ask price. This feature gives you more insight into market action because you… more

In my last article I showed a little workaround to feed a calculation into a Study Parameter. We can use a very similar trick for all functions that require a separate condition for a reset. There… more

This Microsoft Excel® dashboard tracks four average true range study values for seven markets. On the Parameters tab you can enter the symbol, the number of decimals for prices, and the session… more