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Date/Time: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 11:42:44 +0000



[User Discussion] - CDB studies with TICK-SP as maingraph chart issue

[2020-01-15 12:00:44]
User964545 - Posts: 8 | Ending Date: 2020-02-29
I have noticed in the last week that when I log-on to SC after the NYSE open (say a few hours after the open) that the CDB up/down tick volume study data (with underlying TICK-SP as main graph) is displaying very differently then in past observations. The CDB is displaying what looks like a leading divergent edge IMO where in the past it appeared differently with 'No edge' at all. This is occuring only Historically as when I log-on to SC in Real-time the CDB resumes the 'No edge' depiction again. I have tried to find some setting to make this Historical CDB phenomina 'with edge' print in Real-time but I cant find anything? This CDB depiction 'with edge' is also occuring in the Overnight market in Real-time vs the cash session where it does Not. I made a screen shot of this with simple colored rectangles around the CDB data sections of interest. I will send the screenshot if requested later. Thank you Support.
[2020-01-15 17:29:21]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 81152 | Ending Date: 2020-06-09
No we do not need to see any screenshots. Do not send those.


Refer to the section here, it explains why there issues like this:
https://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?page=doc/StudiesReference.php&ID=292&Name=Cumulative_Delta_Bars_-_Volume#CumulativeDeltaBarsDrawingTools

And you cannot use that study with the market statistics symbols. You must use Cumulative Delta Bars-Volume instead.
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