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Date/Time: Wed, 25 Apr 2018 08:35:56 +0000



alert for developing VPOC

Support Request:
[2017-11-09 21:52:42]
User336964 - Posts: 18
Hi SC support, after drawing a volume profile with developing VPOC, I would like to place an alert
1. when a new VPOC is formed, i.e, when the developing VPOC moves from the current high volume price to a new high volume price. Eg, current VPOC is 2575 with volume of 10000 at the price---- price moves to 2580 and makes a volume of 10001---developing VPOC shifts to 2580 and an audio alert is generated
2. when the volume at a specific price chosen by me inside an drawn volume profile crosses a number decided by me. Eg, an alert when volume at price 2575 > 10000

How to attain these two? Thank You
[2017-11-13 03:43:26]
User336964 - Posts: 18
Hello Support, I request you to kindly help me with my problem mentioned above. Thank You
[2017-11-13 08:06:53]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 59414
We have to add new Simple Alert functions to support this.

We will do that.
Sierra Chart Support - Engineering Level

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[2017-11-30 14:33:17]
User336964 - Posts: 18
Hi Support, can you please let me know if those alert functions have been added? I have reviewed "alerts and scanning" page and have 2 relevant alerts related to this --- first is "VAP(price, offset)" and the second is "Alert for Volume Greater Than Certain Volume", where the V here seems to represent bar volume. I could not find any term related to VPOC inside a drawn volume profile. Please help.
[2017-11-30 18:13:39]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 59414
No. You really need to allow about three more months.
Sierra Chart Support - Engineering Level

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