Rajandran R Founder of Marketcalls and Co-Founder Algomojo. Full-Time Derivative Trader. Expert in Designing Trading Systems (Amibroker, Ninjatrader, Metatrader, Python, Pinescript). Trading the markets since 2006. Mentoring Traders on Trading System Designing, Market Profile, Orderflow and Trade Automation.

N Bar High-Low Dots – Amibroker AFL code

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Here is a simple strategy that alerts by plotting dots over the candle whenever a new N bar high-low is made. The below chart shows Nifty future EOD charts and the Yellow dots in this example represents new 20 day high’s are made and the orange dots represents new 20 day lows are made. It provides a better visualization in your charts to identify the new high-low and the ongoing sentiment in the market.

High Low Dots

 
The AFL provided below provides external control to set you own N-Bar High and N Bar Low Parameters. To change the Parameters apply the indicator to a new black chart -> Right click over the chart -> Goto Properties and set the required values.

https://gist.github.com/0ac0f3c32d58caf2a6a5

Rajandran R Founder of Marketcalls and Co-Founder Algomojo. Full-Time Derivative Trader. Expert in Designing Trading Systems (Amibroker, Ninjatrader, Metatrader, Python, Pinescript). Trading the markets since 2006. Mentoring Traders on Trading System Designing, Market Profile, Orderflow and Trade Automation.

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14 Replies to “N Bar High-Low Dots – Amibroker AFL code”

  1. Hi Rajandran sir,

    How to scan stocks which are below -20 of Williams %R .
    Could you pls give the AFL code

  2. the following code be appended for scan/explore in the afl at the end

    best rgds

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    Filter=hidot OR lowdot ;
    AddColumn(IIf(Hidot,Hidot,Null) ,” New High ” ,6.2,1.2,colorGreen);
    AddColumn(IIf(Lowdot,Lowdot,Null),” New Low “,6.2,1.2,colorOrange);

    _SECTION_END();

      1. Sorry, I can’t find any AFL code displayed, I am using Firefox and I tried with Chrome and IE. No AFL Code. Please check.

  3. hi,
    I am very much impressed by the code that you have been doing. Thank you for the big contribution that you are making to the trading community.

    Can you please help out in coding below idea.

    if the price is moved above the 0.8% of opening price of the first 2 min candle stick then buy and target being 1.6 % of the opening price of the first candle stick

    ex : opening price of 1st candle stick is 100 at 9:16 and at 9:18 or whenever the price reaches 100.8 i will buy and selling it when the price reaches to 101.6

    how can it be coded?

    Thank you in advance

    Shashi

    1. Hello Sir,

      Pls help me to set indicator stating open & high same and open & low same on the charts.in daily charts

  4. Hello Sir,

    Plotting of Indicator showing open & high same and open & low same on the chart.

    Pls do help & reply.

  5. Dear sir,

    Can any one make it a loop in afl

    Ydh1= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-1);
    Ydh2= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-2);
    Ydh3= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-3);
    Ydh4= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-4);
    Ydh5= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-5);
    Ydh6= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-6);
    Ydh7= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-7);
    Ydh8= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-8);
    Ydh9= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-9);
    Ydh10= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-10);
    Ydh11= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-11);
    Ydh12= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-12);
    Ydh13= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-13);
    Ydh14= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-14);
    Ydh15= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-15);
    Ydh16= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-16);
    Ydh17= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-17);
    Ydh18= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-18);
    Ydh19= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-19);
    Ydh20= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-20);
    Ydh21= TimeFrameGetPrice( “o”, inDaily,-21);

    yddH2 = Max(YdH1, YdH2);
    yddH3 = Max(yddH2,YdH3);
    yddH4= Max(yddH3,YdH4);
    yddH5= Max(yddH4,YdH5);
    yddH6= Max(yddH5,YdH6);
    yddH7= Max(yddH6,YdH7);
    yddH8= Max(yddH7,YdH8);
    yddH9= Max(yddH8,YdH9);
    yddH10= Max(yddH9,YdH10);
    yddH11= Max(yddH10,YdH11);
    yddH12= Max(yddH11,YdH12);
    yddH13= Max(yddH12,YdH13);
    yddH14= Max(yddH13,YdH14);
    yddH15= Max(yddH14,YdH15);
    yddH16= Max(yddH15,YdH16);
    yddH17= Max(yddH16,YdH17);
    yddH18= Max(yddH17,YdH18);
    yddH19= Max(yddH18,YdH19);
    yddH20= Max(yddH19,YdH20);
    yddH21= Max(yddH20,YdH21);

    yddm2 = Min(YdH1, YdH2);
    yddm3 = Min(yddm2,YdH3);
    yddm4= Min(yddm3,YdH4);
    yddm5= Min(yddm4,YdH5);
    yddm6= Min(yddm5,YdH6);
    yddm7= Min(yddm6,YdH7);
    yddm8= Min(yddm7,YdH8);
    yddm9= Min(yddm8,YdH9);
    yddm10= Min(yddm9,YdH10);
    yddm11= Min(yddm10,YdH11);
    yddm12= Min(yddm11,YdH12);
    yddm13= Min(yddm12,YdH13);
    yddm14= Min(yddm13,YdH14);
    yddm15= Min(yddm14,YdH15);
    yddm16= Min(yddm15,YdH16);
    yddm17= Min(yddm16,YdH17);
    yddm18= Min(yddm17,YdH18);
    yddm19= Min(yddm18,YdH19);
    yddm20= Min(yddm19,YdH20);
    yddm21= Min(yddm20,YdH21);

    21DHO= yddH21;
    21DLO = yddm21;

    10DHO = yddH10;
    10DLO = yddm10;

    5DHO= yddH5;
    5DLO = yddm5;

    3DHO= yddH3;
    3DLO = yddm3;

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