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by rsheftel
01 Oct 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Feature requests topic and poll
Replies: 231
Views: 84601

Some suggested improvements

Recommended features: 1. Data Viewer. It would be very helpful to have a window that can display tabular view of the data in a chart, like TS. This is very useful for debugging and would be a compliment to the existing "hint". 2. The ability to backup the MultiCharts settings and the PowerLanguage c...
by rsheftel
26 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: List of new and not supported reserved words
Replies: 50
Views: 15755

I would agree that a prefered situation should be that only a compiling that is able to compile the entire code should return "success". If any word is not known or not able to be compiled because it is not implemented yet, then the compiler could simply return "word not implemented". Then the progr...
by rsheftel
16 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Intrabar order generation
Replies: 20
Views: 6683

Do you have an idea where it falls on your priority list? By later version do you mean 2.2, or is that still to be determined? Thanks.
by rsheftel
14 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Intrabar order generation
Replies: 20
Views: 6683

That is exactly my previous question. In TS if you attempt to turn on Intrabar Order Generation on a chart with a data2, it will not allow and give an error that: "Generate Orders Intra-bar has been disabled because it is not supported for multi-data charts" And disable the strategy. So you cannot e...
by rsheftel
13 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Intrabar order generation
Replies: 20
Views: 6683

I am not sure why it is ambiguous. Let me give an example below, and hopefully I can convince you to allow charts with multilpe data series to have intrabar order generation. Here is what we know works in MC: 1) Data1 is the data series that is the only one that can be traded for a given chart. All ...
by rsheftel
12 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Intrabar order generation
Replies: 20
Views: 6683

Will MC be able to have Intrabar Order Generation on charts that have more than one data stream? In TS this is not possible and it is a big problem. For example to use Intrabar Order Generation in TS you can only have data1, if you have data2 or higher on the chart it will not work.

Thanks.
by rsheftel
12 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MC Portfolio Back-Testing and Optimization Feedback Request
Replies: 21
Views: 5491

Let me give a better example, sorry it was unclear. I have the following strategy idea: If an index (NDX, SPX, etc) closes higher over the prior 5 days, and the stock is also higher, then buy. (simple example) The data would be: data1 - the stock (example: MSFT) data2 - the index (example: SPX) The ...
by rsheftel
12 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: Intrabar order generation
Replies: 20
Views: 6683

On the beta 2.1 version that I am using, I see there is an option for Strategies to "Update on every tick". Is this not intrabar order generation? How is it different?

Can you comment on an expected release for version 2.2?
by rsheftel
12 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: List of new and not supported reserved words
Replies: 50
Views: 15755

The beta 2.1 I see a newer beta on the download site, what has been added? Also, I would make a suggestion: If the compiler encounters a reserved word that is not available yet in MC, it should stop and throw an error message. To allow compilation is a bit deceptive and confuses the debugging. (if i...
by rsheftel
11 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: List of new and not supported reserved words
Replies: 50
Views: 15755

Is "currententries" supported? I do not see it on any of the lists in this topic, but it does not appear to work in PL.
by rsheftel
11 Sep 2007
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MC Portfolio Back-Testing and Optimization Feedback Request
Replies: 21
Views: 5491

I would suggest that when you do portfolio optimization, you include the ability to run through a set of symbols for all the data streams. So that for a given run, the setup would define the symbol for data1, symbol for data2, etc. This is very important for any system that uses the supporting signa...

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