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Old 08-05-2009, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default Strategy: Using Rising and Falling conditions in the Strategy Wizard

Reference sample for NinjaTrader 6.5.xxxx.x or greater.

NinjaTrader's Strategy Wizard includes access to many methods and properties, including the Rising() and Falling() methods. It is possible to check if an indicator (or any DataSeries) is rising or falling using these methods. You can also use High values, Low values, or any other DataSeries with Rising() or Falling() to qualitatively determine the direction of the DataSeries. This simple sample demonstrates Rising() and Falling() in the Strategy Wizard.

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This reference sample demonstrates the following concepts:
  • Using Rising() and Falling() in the Strategy Wizard
Important methods and properties used include:Other methods and properties of interest include:Import instructions for NinjaTrader 6.5.XXXX.X or greater:
  1. Download the file contained in this thread to your PC desktop
  2. From the Control Center window, select the menu File > Utilities > Import NinjaScript
  3. Select the downloaded file
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Default Strategy: Using IsRising and IsFalling conditions in the Strategy Builder

Reference sample for NinjaTrader 8.

NinjaTrader 8's Strategy Builder includes access to many methods and properties, including the IsRising() and IsFalling() methods. It is possible to check if an indicator (or any Series<t>) is rising or falling using these methods. You can also use High values, Low values, or any other Series<t> with IsRising() or IsFalling() to qualitatively determine the direction of the DataSeries. This simple sample demonstrates IsRising() and IsFalling() in the Strategy Builder.

NOTE: This is a Strategy Builder sample.

This reference sample demonstrates the following concepts:
  • Using IsRising() and IsFalling() in the Strategy Builder
Important methods and properties used include:Other methods and properties of interest include:Import instructions for NinjaTrader 8:
  1. Download the file contained in this thread to your PC desktop
  2. From the Control Center window, select the menu Tools > Import > NinjaScript Add-On
  3. Select the downloaded file
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File Type: zip SampleIsFallingIsRising.zip (10.4 KB, 62 views)
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