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$ESINX

[2013-10-11 18:04:02]
toews&kane - Posts: 184 | Ending Date: 2021-04-18
Is there a way to subtract the SPX from the ES to get the $ESINX indicator?
[2013-10-12 02:30:20]
M5amhan - Posts: 468 | Ending Date: 2016-07-11 [Expired]
you could overlay the SPX to your ES chart and use "Study Subgraphs Difference" study to get the difference between the two. there are other options in the "Study Subgraphs" series if that isnt what you're trying to do
[2013-10-14 17:40:01]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 87249 | Ending Date: 2021-04-05
This can be done with the Difference study.
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