Date/Time: Sat, 02 Dec 2023 09:14:13 +0000
Alert on Relative Volume Indicator
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|User266447 - Posts: 237|
In order to set an alert on relative volume indicator shall I write in the alert condition i.e.: RV>300 and then set the alert sound?
|John - SC Support - Posts: 27433|
RV is not an identifier that has been built into the system for alerts (such as O for Open, C for Close, etc.).
The Relative Volume is stored in the first subgraph for the study (SG1), so your alert, if entered on the Relative Volume study itself, would be SG1 > 300.
If the alert is on a different study, or part of the Chart Alert, then you would also need to add the study ID identifier such that the alert would look like the following:
ID1.SG1 > 300
Where the ID1 is the ID of the Relative Volume study. The actual number would depend on your particular setup.
Refer to the following for more information:
Study/Chart Alerts And Scanning: Referencing Study Subgraphs
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