Fixed Price: $500 - $1,000
| Posted: Apr 08, 2014 | Ends: 6d, 3h |
Hello, I am looking for automated trading solution which can help me to visualize differently actual bar prices. I use QST for my trading but will consider any other platform if it is easier to realize my idea with it. (Ninja Trader, Trade Station, Multicharts) To define my trading strategy I need to differ bar size from actual one (for example 2p bar for me is 1p bar). Here is the algorithm for formation of candles on my screenshot a. Waiting for closure of the bar - 5 min b. Transform every single bar under the given algorithm. For example we need to transform an actual bull bar with the lower tail - 3 ticks, body - 5 ticks and the upper tail - 7 ticks to bull bar ...
Category: Investment Analysis
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: Feb 23, 2014 | Ends: 36d, 19h |
I will try to summarize what I need, from what I already have. Actually it is, indeed, very simple. How do I work right now? I need to input manually the Implied Volatility of the options I own from time to time in order to have my Multicharts indicator calculate what is needed more accurately. What do I expect from you? Probably what you call an IB API that will act like a Multicharts function: My Easy Language code will call it (informing the option series I want to have a result), and the API will return the "Implied Volatility" directly from Interactive Brokers TWS (or Gateway in the future): the exact value I can see on the GUI right now. There is no need of any calculation as the information IB gives is enough for now. Of course this numerical value returned needs to be used in my Easy Language indicator in Multicharts. OS and general information: Right now I am using the standalone version of IB TWS under Windows 8 64bit, and Multicharts 8.8 64bit with...
Category: Software Application