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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $125 - Posted
Looking for a relative volume indicator for Tradestation. Meaning, at any given point in the trading day, the indicator looks back over the previous 100 days and normalizes the volume at that point in the day.
Skills: EasyLanguage
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking for someone to help program an opening breakout trading strategy for Tradestation. Do you have experience with coding these types of strategies in Easylanguage?
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am an experienced Algorithm developer who has produced lot of trade algorithms in MQL4 (MetaTrader 4). Now looking at doing my codes in C#, in a way that can entitle me to work on .NET frameworks. Ideally, I want to take my C# algos to QuantConnect or Ninja or some other platform I can do later go and backtest So essentially, I am looking for information and help in setting me up, show me the out of box features, common functions etc Thinking I need 2 hours, so 1-hour session - twice!
Skills: TradeStation MATLAB MQL 4 NinjaTrader
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $35 - Posted
This should be fairly easy and quick to compile for someone who is well versed in EasyLanguage. I just need to include another time interval for a custom strategy I already have. It uses renko mean bars so it requires the script "GlobalDictionary" to look at that second interval. That's all I know. It just needs to look at that second interval (in this case, a larger interval) to determine confirmation. So, for instance, there would be an indicator on that chart that can determine confirmation. For example, if TSI signal line is above or below the TSI average line. That's all. Just need to look at a larger interval for confirmation. I'll provide more details before we start the project. I'm guessing it should take no longer than an hour to implement into my existing strategy so the pay won't be great. However, this also serves the purpose of potentially developing a relationship for more work involving indicators and strategies in EasyLanguage. I have a lot more to do. Thanks
Skills: EasyLanguage
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I need a semi Auto trading system writing for Trade station Easy Language. This is pretty much a hedge system where I set my pivot points and I will be shorting or going long at this point. I will be manually setting the number of contract and I will also be manually setting the price at this point. I need algorithm written in Easy Language. You must include any checks or function that's required for this to algo to function flawlessly, but not mentioned in the Pseducode Example ES at 1300.25 (Uptrend Entry Move) -------------------------------------------- //I will set manually based on my analysis Pivot point P1 = 1300.75 Pivot point P2 = 1300.25 Take profit T1 = 100 Take profit T2 = 80 Take profit T3 = 60 Algo pseducode --------------- Buy 1 contract "B1" market|Limit at P1 if position gain equal or greater than $100 set trailing stop at $20 else if current price < P2 and there is open position // Check for reversal to the short side Sell 3 contracts "s1" market|Limit at P2 // position size = -2 contracts else if position is negative and position gain equal $80 //check if hedge trade was place at P2 and now profitable set trailing stop at $20|base or tick else if position is negative and current price equal or grt than P1 // Check for reversal to the long side Buy 4 contracts "B2" market|Limit at P1 // position size = 2 contracts after placing this 3rd trade, send alert "watch for market indecision" // I will be watching market live at this time and might need to cut losses short b4 the algo finish else if position is positive and position gain equal $60 set trailing stop at $20|base or tick else if current price < P2 then // reversal to the short side. give up!! Close open position end; Downward Entry Move: This is the same concept as the upward entry move, except first trade is entered at p2 so it be short 1 contract at p2, long 3 contracts at p1 after first reversal and long 4 contracts at p1 for the second reversal. We will be adding more checks later after I test this and see how it behaves and what needs tweaking.
Skills: TradeStation EasyLanguage
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $25 - Posted
Hi Abhishek, I am using the attached EL Strategy to buy and sell ETF's using the trade automation simulation feature that TradeStation has. I am not sure if this is relevant but if you need it, below are the symbols I use with this strategy: 1.
Skills: EasyLanguage
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
The indicator uses a system of swing identification based upon 1. an instrument’s Average True Range (ATR) and 2. Based on reversal bar technique to determine reversal points The rate of change between successive swing highs and lows is then compared to a market proxy (default is “SPY”) to determine whether the instrument is stronger or weaker than the market at these points. Please look at the attachment with Chart 1 and 2 as well as the reversal bar method. As shown in Chart 1, the indicator consists of a zigzag line connecting successive reversal points, labeling each with an S or W to indicate comparative strength or weakness. In general, it is the comparative positions of swing high to swing high and swing low to swing low of the instrument vs those of the market Chart 2 illustrates these how the indicator makes these swing-to-swing comparisons. The swing highs (points A and B) for AAPL are synchronised with SPY. When the rate of change for AAPL between points A and B is greater than that for SPY, then point B for AAPL is stronger and is labelled with an ‘S’. The same analysis is applied to swing lows at points C and D; in this example AAPL is weaker than SPY at point D, and is labelled with a ‘W’.
Skills: TradeStation EasyLanguage