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mdmd
2011-07-28 17:16:37


Are those possible? Any plans? Thanks. Marc


QuantShare
2011-07-29 05:05:52



Already implemented.
Right click on a chart or select "View" -> "Chart Style" -> "Point and Figure".

You can update P&F settings by selecting "View" -> "Chart Style" -> "Chart Type Settings"



tradercclee
2011-07-30 00:47:08



Just downloaded the software and trying it out.
Can you backtest P&F patterns in QuantShare?
Thanks!



QuantShare
2011-08-01 08:46:05



Not yet. This feature will be added later.


allan nathan
2012-10-05 21:14:26



are the settings(box size/reversal) adjustable for point and figure?
If not,can you tel me what the configuration is?
It look s like a 3 box reversal,but I cant tell what the box size is?

Thanks,

Allan



QuantShare
2012-10-06 11:45:40



Please see my answer above

"View" -> "Chart Style" -> "Chart Type Settings"



allan nathan
2012-10-06 14:29:27



My apologies,I missed that.
Perhaps the box size could be in percent as well as points to make things a bit easier?





QuantShare
2012-10-07 19:09:27



Thank you for the suggestion



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