If you are frequently using Amibroker templates then probably you would noticed that changing parameters in one chart will reflect the same on other charts which uses the same templates. While using the same templates for multiple charts amibroker chooses the same Chart ID. Chart ID is an index to AmiBroker’s internal chart table. So knowing the Chart ID, AmiBroker knows everything about the chart. The Chart ID uniquely identifies the chart.
We are proud to host in-depth two day workshop in Mumbai on Technical Analysis and Amibroker AFL Programming concepts using Amibroker Software. It is not the usual seminar around the industry. It is all about taking that extra step to discover, know and share the trading ideas, challenges and Trading Discipline. Join Us at International By Tunga ,Mumbai on 16th and 17th Sep ,2017 to qualitatively spend the your days in enhancing your trading skills, AFL Programming knowledge and exploring the full potential of Amibroker Trading Strategies. Gear up for the thought provoking interactions, basic and advanced trading excercises and powerful Q&A sessions.
Volume profile is a key study when comes to understanding the auction trading process. Volume Profiles will show you exactly how much volume, as well as relative volume, occurred at each price as well as the exact number of contracts for the entire session. It is a visualization tool to understand the high activity zone and low activity zone.
If you are a Amibroker user and recently testing with Ninjatrader 7 or have plans to migrate your EOD or 1min database to Ninjatrader then probably you need to aware about Ninjatrader ASCII format for EOD and 1min data and import procedure to migrate your dataset.
We are proud to host in-depth two day workshop in Chennai on Technical Analysis and Amibroker AFL Programming concepts using Amibroker Software. It is not the usual seminar around the industry. It is all about taking that extra step to discover, know and share the trading ideas, challenges and Trading Discipline. Join Us at Benzz Park ,Chennai on 5th and 6th Aug ,2017 to qualitatively spend the your days in enhancing your trading skills, AFL Programming knowledge and exploring the full potential of Amibroker Trading Strategies.
Backtesting is a simple process which helps a trader to evaluate his trading ideas and provides information about how good the trading system performs on the given historical dataset. It talks a lot about the behavior of the trading system, risk involved in trading a particular trading system and lot about trading system performance. Here is a video tutorial with step by step guide on how to perform a simple backtesting using Amibroker.
In the last tutorial we explored Kalman filter and how to build kalman filter using pykalman python library. In this section we will be dealing with python com server to integrate Amibroker + Python to compute Kalman Filter and Unscented Kalman Filter Mean Estimation and plot the same in Amibroker.
You know that Amibroker is one of the best tool to create custom trading strategies, Signal Generation , Performing Technical analysis and even test/validate your trading models. At Marketcalls we use AFL Programming extensively to create Complex Custom Indicators, Trading Strategies, Trading Dashboard, Buy & Sell Signal Models. If you want to learn Trading System Design using Amibroker one step better then this course is for you.
Was thinking yesterday about “is there is a more simplistic way, where we can list out the stocks with exponential rise in price aka bubbles.” Suddenly this simple thought process strikes my mind. It is a good old classical analysis idea using RSI(2) but on the yearly timeframe with RSI(2)>99.
Open = High and Open = Low is a widely used scanner across the day traders community. Here is the Amibroker exploration code which looks for stocks with matching open and high lows and matching open = low values. This scanner is built in such a way that it works even on lower timeframes (1min, 5min, 15min etc).
Here is the first prototype from Marketcalls which demonstrates multi-timeframe based trading system which compares two timeframes (5min and hourly in this case) and takes a trade decision based on both the timeframes. To demonstrate with simple example we used supertrend on 5min timeframe and Hull RSI on the hourly timeframe to filter unwanted trading signals.
Here is a simple & short instructional video on how to use symbol link feature in Amibroker so that multi timeframe trader can take advantage of it. If we want to sync multiple chart windows we can use Symbol Link feature especially for different timeframes or with same timeframe with different indicators. Once multiple windows have the same “Symbol Link” color selected, browsing through the results list in Analysis automatically will automatically sync all linked chart windows (e.g. for the purpose of showing different intervals in each of the charts).