Welcome to tutorial 58 in this series of tutorials designed to help you learn TradeStation EasyLanguage.
THIS IS A BEGINNER LEVEL TUTORIAL.
Someone on the email list asked if I could do a simple tutorial to show how to ‘draw’ RSI values on a chart when the RSI exceeded a specified value. This is actually a very simple thing to do and I demonstrate it in the quick video below.
The program I enter in the video is as follows:
If Value1 > 60 Then Value2 = Text_New( D, T, L, NumToStr( Value1, 2 ) );
The image on the right shows the program applied to a chart. It also includes the RSI TradeStation indicator which is set to change color when the RSI is over the 60 line.
A video below explains the tutorial in more detail.
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Later in the tutorial I create another version of the program as follows:
Value1 = RSI( C, 14 );
If Value1 >= 50 then
Value2 = Text_New(D,T,L,NumToStr( Value1, 2 ) );
If LastBarOnChart then Print( D, T, ” Value2 “, Value2,” RSI “,Value1 );
Tutorial 58 Video
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EasyLanguage is a programming language that is part of the TradeStation trading platform. It can be used to write programs to help in the technical analysis and trading of foreign exchange (forex or FX), commodities (e.g. the Dow e-mini, S&P e-mini etc), options, and stocks.