2 datas overlapping indicators- is there a trick ?

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2 datas overlapping indicators- is there a trick ?

Postby brodnicki steven » 07 Nov 2009

Is there a trick to making this work ?
I simply put data1 = daily data
data2 = weekly data
I applied 2 rsi's into one simple study vs using separate rsi's for each data stream, in TS2ki it works perfectly, in MC data2 doesn't match- see attached. (data1 does match)
Is there a trick to making it work in MC ? (other than a GV ) or is it a bad Bug ?
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Re: 2 datas overlapping indicators- is there a trick ?

Postby gregorio123456 » 08 Nov 2009

Is there a trick to making this work ?
I simply put data1 = daily data
data2 = weekly data
I applied 2 rsi's into one simple study vs using separate rsi's for each data stream, in TS2ki it works perfectly, in MC data2 doesn't match- see attached. (data1 does match)
Is there a trick to making it work in MC ? (other than a GV ) or is it a bad Bug ?


you are right this is one bug (RSI of data2(week) is calculated and plot for every day bar) instead every bar week.......

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Postby TJ » 08 Nov 2009

try this


value2 = rsi( c of data2, 14 ) of data2;


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Postby brodnicki steven » 08 Nov 2009

try this


value2 = rsi( c of data2, 14 ) of data2;



TJ: that still didn't fix it - see attached. I even went so far as to use variables instead of value1 and value2.
I used Vars: V1(0),V2(0,data2);
Still didn't work - this is a huge bug, if there is no work-around.
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Postby gregorio123456 » 08 Nov 2009

try this


value2 = rsi( c of data2, 14 ) of data2;



thanks TJ for tip( and working right)


brodnicki maybe you have some problems w settings of AA in exchange and sesion time of AA ...see in quotemananger and multicharts(time zone,etc)

reload the charts

some time happen w me ....
see if week data is all right (put visible week bar in your charts and see the close of friday(daly)= close of week

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Postby TJ » 08 Nov 2009

thanks TJ for tip( and working right)

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Postby brodnicki steven » 08 Nov 2009

try this


value2 = rsi( c of data2, 14 ) of data2;



thanks TJ for tip( and working right)


brodnicki maybe you have some problems w settings of AA in exchange and sesion time of AA ...see in quotemananger and multicharts(time zone,etc)

reload the charts

some time happen w me ....
see if week data is all right (put visible week bar in your charts and see the close of friday(daly)= close of week


* have you tried it and have it working right ? , I've tried rt data and eod data, the ONLY way I've been able to get it to work, is with GV's and I don't want to use them for something this simple. I'm going to investigate further, w/ visible d2- good idea.

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Postby gregorio123456 » 08 Nov 2009

try this


value2 = rsi( c of data2, 14 ) of data2;



thanks TJ for tip( and working right)


brodnicki maybe you have some problems w settings of AA in exchange and sesion time of AA ...see in quotemananger and multicharts(time zone,etc)

reload the charts

some time happen w me ....
see if week data is all right (put visible week bar in your charts and see the close of friday(daly)= close of week

* have you tried it and have it working right ? , I've tried rt data and eod data, the ONLY way I've been able to get it to work, is with GV's and I don't want to use them for something this simple. I'm going to investigate further, w/ visible d2- good idea.



yes only for curiosity

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Postby brodnicki steven » 08 Nov 2009

I found that if I set "bars back", to identical lengths, on all 3 indicators, it seems to work ok, on "auto" seemed to cause a problem. Still testing.


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