How to find indicators available in standard and Community Indicator libraries
Author: abr4321
Creation Date: 3/11/2012 2:30 PM
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abr4321

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Hello;

The Fidelity QuickRef mentions that

'The Technical Indicators category contains information on all of the indicators that are available in the WealthLab.Indicators standard indicators library.'

However, the newbie and ignorant me (!!) - have tried a lot, but can not find it or locate it. Where can I find the 'library and its contents', listings, description and the code of all the indicators of the WealthLab.Indicators. And also for the Community Indicators too; so that I can learn, apply and/or may be, modify/tinker with the code for my specific applications?

Thanks
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Eugene

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abr4321

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Thanks for such a quick response, Eugene. I got some help from you about two years ago. But then I took a long break. But I am back now and would look forward to your guidence, on and off. Thanks again ..... AK
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abr4321

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Hi Eugene;

Also, I was looking for more listings and details of the strategies. Under the 'Open Strategy' tab, there are a few listings of the categories and the members in those. Are there any more? where can I find the complete list of the strategies and their codes. (In Wiki under 'Home - Strategies.ActiveTrader' - there is no "Attachments" button or so). Going into the code of those srtategies, I find that there are more functions/indicators/sub code groups, that would be helpful to see - like in Channels/Head and Shoulders (("Long Channel", 55, 35, 100, 5), ("Short Channel", 21, 3, 33, 3); ("Reversal %", 5, 3, 10, 0.5), ("Head Height %", 1, 0.5, 5, 0.5); etc.? Where can I find the description and variable definitions and applications of those terms etc.

Any other words of wisdom that would help me beef up my knowledge, so that I can use whatever exists already - in a sort of priority order please ...

Thanks.

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Eugene

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Complete list of Published Strategies

We're in the Technical Indicators forum, so kindly consider asking any unrelated questions in other forum threads, thank you.
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abr4321

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Thanks; Will do .....