Adding RRG module feature

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    Hi guys,

    I have another question with the relative rotation chart module.  Please tell me if this can be adjusted in the future.

    Currently, we can apply standard deviation multiplyer in the relative rotation module, and that will create a circle on the RRG chart.And that works great in the US market.

    However, US have less government intervention and equities tends to trend during the upside kondrative cycles. Since all the other countries build their economies depends on the U.S  cycle, their government tend to use different method to keep liquidity in control.

    For example, instead of a standard deviation circle, in China, squares works way much better in both equities and commodities market. Unfortunately, we doesn’t have that option here.

    Instead defying the multiplyer for deviation, it’s better to defy the distance to the origin point. So, if we can add that to the RRG module, that would be much more helpful for users like me to do more accurate studies.

    Please tell me what you guys think.


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    Hi Yan,

    We have the ability to manually draw a square as an RRG filter. To determine the size you can manually drag the edges, or type the values in the properties:


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    Hi Darren,

    Thanks for letting me know that. I didn’t find it last time when i was using the module.

    Judging from your picture, we can have 1 square on the chart. That would be enough for making money. Is there possibility that we have several square with defined distance at the same time ?

    BTW, i will try the module later to see if this works with my data..

    Thanks ~

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