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    #16
    Trading hours is set to <use instrument settings>

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      #17
      Here is a screenshot of my Market Analyzer settings:Here is the RSI plot:Can you elaborate on what is incorrect about the value you're seeing?
      Patrick G.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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        #18
        Hi I can confirm i have the same MA settings as you (except i'm using a 1 period smoothed not 3 period).

        Re incorrect value. I have 92.48 as the daily RSI 14 value for GC 02-20, using the same setting, the value on the GC 02-20 chart the RSI is 79.39

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          #19
          Your days to load on your daily chart is likely 365 while your Market Analyzer is 21. If you make these identical, the values will be identical.
          Patrick G.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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            #20
            HI Patrikc
            That works great. Thanks for that.
            Cheers
            Chris

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              #21
              Hi Patrick
              I have been busy with other things and now back to setting up my market analyzer windows. Having gone through the varisou settings to ensure they match, i have to have the "Mas bars to look back" set to infinite to make the RSI value in the column match exactly that of the chart. BUT, doing the same for the mave based on RSI does not result in the ma value plotting in the columnn matching the chart...what do i need to do?
              Thanks
              Chris

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                #22
                Can you clarify what "mave based on RSI" is?

                Please provide screenshots of all indicator settings within your chart and Market Analyzer windows.
                Patrick G.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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                  #23
                  It is the moving average used in the "smooth" field of the standard RSI indicator.

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                    #24
                    Hi Patrick, I do apologise. I am usually very detail driven, but your experience of me on this issue has not been. I've found the issue. Resolved. Sorry
                    Cheers
                    Swing

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