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Multi Instrument Compare

Postby robocod » Wed Dec 19, 2012 4:34 am

This indicator allows several instruments to be compared in a unified manner. Up to 7 instruments can be compared this way.

The multiple instruments can not be compared directly onto the same chart, because they all have different units of measure and scales. Instead the indicator plots % change from some reference datum. This reference datum is currently supplied by entering the date in the indicator’s input parameters. The date format is YYYY/MM/DD. The time can also be entered, e.g. “2012/12/1 08:00”. If the date is left blank, then the start of the chart is taken as the datum.

It is similar idea to the Currency Strength Meter.

For each of the selected instrument, you can select the “Mode” which can be “Normal”, “Inverted” or “Off”. The colour can also be selected.
The user can select the instruments, and also easily enable/disable, as well as invert, the instrument. (Inversion is useful to ensure the instruments are all roughly positively correlated, e.g. EUR/USD is normally negatively correlated to USD/CHF - so one of them has to be inverted).

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This indicator is available from my blog for a small fee.
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Re: Multi Instrument Compare

Postby robocod » Sat Feb 16, 2013 1:06 pm

Release 2 is available on my blog.

This version supports various ways to enter the reference date:
  • Start of the chart
  • Specific reference date (could even be before the start of the chart)
  • N-hours back / N-days back / N-weeks back (where N is an input parameter)
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Re: Multi Instrument Compare

Postby robocod » Fri Nov 22, 2013 6:59 am

Please check my blog for the latest release.
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Re: Multi Instrument Compare

Postby robocod » Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:37 am

This indicator is now available on the FXCM Apps site.
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Re: Multi Instrument Compare

Postby robocod » Wed Oct 01, 2014 8:11 am

I posted a short video on YouTube about this tool.

(For best results view on YouTube at 720p HD)
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