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Optuma’s Market Breadth engine allows you to create your own breadth measures for any index or list of symbols, such as your portfolio.
How to use our powerful scripting language with Relative Rotation Graphs®
Price-weighted custom indexes are OK, but equal-weighted ones are better!
Learn how to take quick screenshots and add information to your charts using the Chart Elements tool.
Learn how to create a scan for breakouts from significant price levels, and have the results appear in your watchlist automatically.
Since the recovery from the lows in December 2018 the market has been “overbought” – which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Learn how to set up and backtest a binary trading system in Optuma
The financial media is full of stories about the inverting US yield curve, but what does it mean?
This week we have experienced the day that unleashes an avalanche of tweets, posts, and air-raid sirens. It is the day the perpetual bears have been waiting for. It’s the day of the death cross! Many commentators will make a huge deal about this, they will tell us this is the beginning of the end and we are due for a long bear market correction. They could be right – but is that likely?
This post is an update on some errors we have found with our testing tools. Being open about issues like this is very important to us.
In Part 1 we saw how External Data Fields (EDFs) can be used throughout Optuma. This week I want to show you how EDFs can be used to setup your own mini Portfolio Manager.
External Data Fields (EDFs) allow you to import, or input, custom values on a code-by-code basis, which can then be referenced throughout Optuma. This article will provide several examples of what you can do using EDFs.