Review Charts for multiple Alerts
Author: TCust
Creation Date: 4/25/2011 10:32 AM
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TCust

#1
Hello

I test Data sets and create 200 Alerts, how faster's change ticker on Chart on next ticker ( in Alert's ) and review all Chart ? May be have fast button for change on next ticker in Alert?
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Eugene

#2
Double click the Alert.
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TCust

#3
Hi Eugene

This need change windows in Alert, find last see Ticker, this very slow for more then 20-30 tickers.

May be create fast keyb. button on Chart for fast change ticker ( forward, backward ) in future release ?
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TCust

#4
Ps. I create Alerts with(thru) Buy orders on next bar ( Screener )
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Cone

#5
If you're running a Multi-Symbol Backtest (MSB) on static data, then you can view a symbol's result in the chart without re-running the test by doing what Eugene said or by single-clicking a symbol in the DataSet. This is a subtle feature of MSB described in the User Guide > Strategy Window > Backtesting Strategies > Multi-Symbol Backtest

If you double-click a symbol or hit "Go", it will re-run the backtest only for that symbol, erasing the MSB results.

Please be more specific about your work flow if this doesn't solve it for you.
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TCust

#6
Hi Cone

I create stock filter ( Screener ) on Alerts, and need fast review charts all ticker's in Alert.



Each ( filtered ) ticker's I need click on Alert and double click on ticker's for review Chart, this very slow.

I may copy all Alert's ( ticker's) in Excel, edit list, copy in WLD, and create new Data Sets for review Chart, but this not good idea :)

I about faster's keyborad button for fast change to next ticker from ( Alert's list) on Chart.

Many program have linked Chart's - Quote ticker's, but WLD not have this function for fast review.
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Cone

#7
I get what you're saying now and I like the idea. We can put that on the wish list - a key like F6 would do the job nicely.

Anyway, good luck reviewing charts for 695 Alerts every 3 minutes. It's a crazy idea, but working on your program filtering more would probably help you even more.
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TCust

#8
This test on liquidity :)

if (Bars.Count <= 800) BuyAtMarket( Bars.Count, "");

But more 50 ticker's in Alert for strategy or Screener, this is real, for need fast review.
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Cone

#9
How does Bars.Count <= 800 constitute a liquidity test?
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TCust

#10
You open 3 month ( or other period ) Data Sets intraday, and see how many bars in absolute liquidity stocks ( AA, AAPL ... ) ... AA 3 minutes have -- 8000 bars

For test use 10% ( 23% ) or 76% or other, what we want filter.

8000 * 0.1 = 800 bars or not liquidity stock's

8000 * 0.76 = 6000 bars good liqudity stock's...

if (Bars.Count => 6000) BuyAtMarket( Bars.Count, ""); filter for good stock's :)
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Cone

#11
Understood, it makes sense with a pre-defined lookback.

My point is that that's a pretty benign screen. Why don't you add other filtering conditions that would reduce the number of charts you have to review?
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TCust

#12
This is simple example for Screener and filter stock's.

My filters use multi-time frames, levels and other crazy systems :)