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  • #67517
    Jonathan
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    Hello

    Q1. Been quite a while since I posted here and hadn’t kept up with changes. Is it possible to get alerts (mobile, email, push notification) of when a trigger is activated?

    Q2. Is there anyway to get an alert when the Kagi Chart turns green or red based on my current settings. When I’m away from the screen I can’t keep track of daily moves, but I do have a virtual PC that’s on 24/7.

    Since you guys don’t allow automated trading, this is still a manual task. And I haven’t been able to yet find a way to get notifications for Kagi as show bars etc. aren’t functional. And when translating Kagi to Bar chart, I noticed the results are not the same.

    Q3. Is it possible to trigger some form of alert if the bar turn green or red. Nothing more nothing less. Using my current setup, if bar is green do this, if red do that. And if Red to green do this, if green to red, do that.

    #67537
    Matthew
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    Hi,

    Answers below…

    1. No, alerts are only available within Optuma, there is no way to send triggers to Mobile, Email, etc.  The closest you may be able to get, if you have the publishing module, is to setup scans with your criteria, then have them run using the Windows Scheduler.  You can then setup a report of matches to be generated from those scans and sent as an email via MS Outlook.

    2. You can sent an alert to trigger within Optuma when a Kagi chart turns from red to green (or vice versa).  Here’s a script for when the kagi turns to an up trend (green):

    As mentioned in Q1, the alerts can only be generated within Optuma, not sent externally.

    3. You can setup alerts to trigger off of any scripted criteria.  The script just needs to be written to meet the rules you want to use.

    #67565
    Jonathan
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    Thank you.

    The current script is: s1 = PERCENTSWING(PERCENT=3.0);
    SWINGTRENDUP(s1)

    But when changing from Kagi to Bar chart… the rules are not the same as they are on Kagi. Is this an error in the script, or something els?
    BTCUSD Kagi

    #67573
    Matthew
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    Hi,

    Your script is using a PercentSwing function, but you are viewing a Kagi chart, so there are two different chart types being referenced.  Can you please confirm, is it % Swing or Kagi you are wanting to check?  In my original reply I’ve included an example of a Kagi script for your reference.

    #67579
    Jonathan
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    Thank You.

    I’m trying to setup a 3% swing on the Kagi Chart. As you may be able to spot on the Kagi chart above.  It’s set to 3%. Is that different?

    #67590
    Matthew
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    Hi,

    The script in my first reply used a Kagi function.  It is different to the % Swing chart, so in your script be sure to use the KagiSwing() function as well.

    Are you attempting to identify when the date Kagi chart turns up and moves into Green territory and mark it on the bar chart?

    #67605
    Jonathan
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    Hi,

    The script in my first reply used a Kagi function.  It is different to the % Swing chart, so in your script be sure to use the KagiSwing() function as well.

    Are you attempting to identify when the date Kagi chart turns up and moves into Green territory and mark it on the bar chart?

    Yeah, that’s correct. I updated the code and fixed the swing related issue. Duh, silly me.

    Is it possible to highlight the last low or high with a line that would trigger the kagi swing rule to activate, by the way? Such as the red and green line below?

    Capture

    #67614
    Matthew
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    Hi,

    Not that i know of (there’s no preset reference in a function I can use for that value).

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