pjsPercentChanged- A percentage changed indicator for Ninjatrader 8
OK – It’s Friday, it’s Beer O’clock, and that can only mean one thing. A free indicator for you 🙂 OK, I actually wanted this. I’ve wanted it for a while and just never got around to creating it.
What I wanted…
A way to compare multiple different instruments with different prices/volatility from the same starting point. For example, add YM, ES, NQ to the same chart, and see if they are all behaving, relative to each other… With stock NT, you cannot do this. So, here is my (rather simple) solution.
Here’s a smaller version I use on my dashboard
Now you see why it might be useful? Needs a little explaining to set this up, so best done in video. Once you’ve downloaded and imported the indicator as usual, watch this if you want to replicate something like the above.
Although it’s not shown in the video, or some of the images, I added the feature to put the instrument names in the price tags, so as long as you set the scale to the left one, per the video, each series will be labeled with the instrument name and colour so you can easily tell which is which.
So there you go.
What do you think? Have any ideas? Let me know in the comments section below.
You might like to take a look at some of my other Ninjatrader bits and pieces.
New download COMING SOON
As usual, let me know below if any issues and I will try to resolve, time permitting.
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