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Buy credit report. Total Employee Count Total employees. Management Level Search for International Credit Report. Select your package. Credit Link. All Director and Secretaries Information. Shareholders and Group Structure. Contact Data. Trading Addresses. Includes Downloadable Report. Select a country. When used within a Custom Function. This Misc function returns True if the specified Expression has a Higher value than the same Expression a.

The Higher function compares only two. Higher is mostly used. The difference between Highest and Higher, is that using the. Higher function will compare the Expression to the same Expression on a certain day in the past returning. True, if the current Expression is Higher than it was on that particular day in the past.

When using the. Highest function, it will return the Highest value Expression in a range of past bars. You can use this. Expression — Greatest price or indicator value within The Last N bars. The Expressions value will be. The Last N bars — Number of bars from the current bar back that Highest compares, and returns the.

This BarsAgo function was designed to return the number of bars since, a specified occurrence i. It is. Expression — This is the value or condition that you need to find the number of bars since, the most recent. This Price function was designed to return the highest price that has occurred since the current position was. This Calendar function was designed to return the current bar hour in 24 hour format. For example: This function can be used within custom functions such as highlight bars , as well as.

If input 1. Condition is True, then return value of Input 2 Value if Condition is True , otherwise return value of. Input 3 Value if Condition is False. This function is most commonly used in the creation of other custom. Condition — This is the condition or statement to be evaluated, expecting the return of either Input 2 If the.

This input can be. This input can also be. This Data function was designed to return True if a bar did not trade higher nor lower than the previous bar. Otherwise this function will return a False value. The highs and lows can be equal and still remain an. This Math function was designed to return the integer part or whole number of the specified Number.

Number — This input is the number you wish the program to convert to just the integer part or whole. Remember, that for the function to convert a fractional number to the integer part, this input must. This function. It was designed. This Misc function was designed to return True if the specified Expression is a Null value or has not. Expression — This input is the actual value you wish to be Null or non-existent as of yet.

This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is in the month of January. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is in the month of July. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is in the month of June. Automatically assuming you are exiting.

It was only intended. This function was only intended to be used in mechanical systems rules, not Filter. This BarsAgo function was designed to return the number of bars since the last bar of a specified number of. You can also use this for charting indicators, such as Moving averages, of the number of. This function was intended to. This Math function was designed to return the natural logarithm of a number.

The Log function was. Number — This input is the particular number or any function that returns a number value that you need. This Misc function was designed to return True if the current Expressions value is lower than the same. Expressions value on a certain traded bar. Otherwise this function will return False. It simply compares. It can be used within mechanical system rules, Filter. This BarsAgo function was designed to return the number of bars since a specified occurrence i.

Expression — This is the value or condition that we need to find the number of bars since, the specified. UseMostRecentMatch — This input is to designate the specific occurrence we are using to find the number. This function was only. This Calendar function is designed to True if the current price bar is in the month of March. This Math function was designed to compare the two specified inputs, and return the greater or highest of.

This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current bar is in the month of May. This Math function was designed to compare the two inputs and return the lesser or lower value of the two. This Price function was designed to return the minimum value a security can move usually it is one. For example T-Bonds move 1 tick at a time. This function was designed to work only with.

This Calendar function was designed to return the minute of the current bar in a standard MM format. For example minutes since midnight, this function would return for three hours or. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of minutes in each bar of the data. If the data is. It was. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is a Monday.

Otherwise this. It can be used within mechanical system rules, as well as charting indicators and. This Calendar function was designed to return the specific month for the current or most recent bar. This Misc function was designed to return True if the fast moving average of the closes has crossed above.

This function will return False if the FastMAbars has not crossed. FastMAbars — This input specifies the number of bars used in the average for the fast moving average. SlowMAbars — This input is the number of bars used in the average for the slow moving average moving.

This Misc function was designed to return True if the fast moving average of the closes has crossed below. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of bars into the current day for the next bar. This Price function was designed to return the closing price of the very next price bar.

This particular. It is most commonly used when specifying the price at which to enter or exit a position. This Calendar function was designed to return True, if the next tradable bar is the specified day of the. If the next tradable bar is not the specified day of the week, the function will return False. There is a little quirk with this input. The weekday name must be enclosed in quotation marks. This Calendar function was designed to return the day of the month in numeric format for the next bar.

This function was only intended for use within mechanical system rules, providing the ability to specify the. This Calendar function was designed to return the day of the week number for the next bar. For example, 1. This Price function was designed to return the price of the next bars high. This function, like the many. Since all orders. This Calendar function was designed to return the hour of the next bar in 24 hour format. For example,. It is most commonly used as part of the condition or signal for entry or exit into a position.

This Price function was designed to return the price of the next bars low. This Calendar function was designed to return the minute value of time for the next bar. This Calendar function was designed to return the month value for the next bar in number format, where as. True if in fact the next bars date is in the month of March. The NextBarMonth function, just like many of. It is also used. Since this function returns the value.

This process will change the return type, from a number. This Price function was designed to return the price of the next bars open. For example. It is most commonly used as part of the condition or. This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the month number for the next bar. This function will automatically skip holidays.

This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the week number for the next bar. This function was only intended to be used. This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the year as a number for the next bar,. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of trading days that have gone by since the last.

This function, like many of the other. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of trading days from the next bar to the next. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of trading days left in the current month, starting. This will return a 1 if it is the last trading day of the month. This function,. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the next bar is the Nth Occurrence of the weekday. WeekDayName — This is the weekday name of the day that you are looking for.

Please note that the. Occurrence — This is the number occurrence of the weekday you are looking for. If this input is negative,. In the example below we are looking for. This Calendar function was designed to return the year portion of the date for the next bar. For example: If. This function, like many.

NextBarYear function provides an easier way to specify conditions that trigger trades based on specific. Since this function returns a two digit year value for the next bar, it can also be forced. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current bar is in the month of November. Otherwise, this function will return False. This function was intended to be used in mechanical system. This Misc function was designed to return the number of Conditions that have happened over a specified.

The Occurrence function was intended for use within mechanical. It is most commonly used in the condition, or. Since this function returns a number number of times the. Please see example below for an. Condition — This input is the actual pattern or market move that the Occurrences function locates, and then.

The Last N Bars — This input is the total amount of bars that the Occurrences function will use to locate the. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current bar is in the month of October. This Indicator function was designed to return True if the current, most recent bar satisfies the conditions. The criteria for an OutsideBar is a bar that traded both higher and lower than the. This function can be used in mechanical system rules, Filter. Its most common use is either in a highlight.

This Math function was designed to return the result of raising the Number input by the PowerValue input. Number — This is the number or math operation that returns a number value to be raised by the. PowerValue — This input is the power that Input 1 Number is raised by.

Both inputs require a number or. This Math function was designed to convert a price movement of the current market symbol to a dollar. This function will return the dollar value for the specified Price move. It is most commonly used. This Indicator function is also known by the name Price Ratio, and was designed to compare the. It is calculated by dividing the close of the first security by. It is most commonly used within.

BaseValue — This input is the closing price of the market that the primary is being compared to. This Math function was designed to return the remainder after dividing two numbers. For example, 9. Therefore this function will return only the 1. NumberToDivide — This input is the numerator in the equation. DivideByThisNumber — This input is the denominator in the equation. Divide the NumberToDivide by this. This Math function was designed to round a number as a decimal to either a whole number or a specified.

For example, Round Expression — This input is the number value, or function value to be rounded to a certain NumDigits. NumDigits — This input is used to specify how many decimal places after the decimal to round to. This will return This Indicator function was designed to be used internally in our Seasonal indicators such as, Seasonal.

This internal function provides a way to specify certain values see inputs below that the Seasonal. Price Mode — This input is to designate the certain price, or price calculation to be used in the Seasonal. Method — This input allows custom specification for the type of average used in the Seasonal functions.

StdDev — This input is the standard deviation amount above or below the average that is used in the. This function was only intended for use with mechanical system. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is in the month of September. This function was intended for use within mechanical system.

This Calendar function was only intended for use within mechanical. This Calendar function was designed to return the market start time for the current day in a HHMM format. Hour Hour Minute Minute. This Calendar function was only intended for use within mechanical system.

This function is most commonly used within custom. Expression — This input is the number, indicator, or custom function value that gets shifted by the Number. Number to Shift — This input is the actual number of bars to shift the Expressions value. Positive values for. This Math function was designed to return the sign of a number.

For example, it will return —1 for negative. The formula simply subtracts the two values and returns the. Primary Value — This input is the first value indicator, price, etc. Base Value — This input is the second value indicator, price, etc. This Math function was designed to return the square root of the expression specified by the user. Expression — This input is the actual number, or indicator value that is used for the SqrRoot function.

This Math function was created to make squaring a number easier than writing a long formula. It simply. The Number is simply multiplied by itself. Number — This input is the value that is squared. This input can be a number, or any other function that. This Math function was designed to return the percentage below a specified number of standard deviations.

NumStdDevs from the average. A percentage returned that is less than 50 is for negative standard. This most commonly used within other functions,. NumStdDevs — This input is the actual number of standard deviations away from the average that will be. This Math function was designed to return the number of standard deviations away from the average for the. It will return numbers above 50 for positive percentage, and below 50 for. This function is most commonly used within other functions, such as, functions that.

Percent — This input is the percentage used to find the number of standard deviations away from the. This Math function was designed to return the number of standard deviations that the Value is from the. It will return a negative number if the value is below the average. Expression — This input is the price function, indicator function, or number averaged in the calculation of.

Value — This input is the price function, or indicator function that the StdDevsForValue returns the number. This Misc function was designed to allow the creation of generic stop and reverse type indicators. It is very. It will calculate a stop. When this input. When a 1 or True is used, it will reverse the stop value when the next bar. Position — This input designates which stop values are to be calculated.

When this input is set to 0, the. StopAndReverse function will return values for both long and short positions. If this input is set to 1, the. StopAndReverse function will only return stop values for long positions. If this input is set to —1, the. StopAndReverse function will only return stop values for short position.

This input is defaulted to 0,. This Misc function was designed to allow the comparison of two values Text 1, Text 2. If the values are. Text 1 — This input is the first of the two comparison values. The StringCompare function will return True. Text 2 — This input is the second of the two comparison values. The StringCompare function will return. This Misc function was designed to identify whether String 1 is contained in String 2. If String 1 was.

String 1 — This input is the string of numbers or indicator values that the StringContains function searches. String 2 — This input is the string of numbers or indicator values that the StringContains function searches. This Misc function was designed to return the price of the specified Occurrence of a Swing High.

It uses. This SwingHigh function was intended for. It is most commonly used when. Strength — This input is the number of bars that the SwingHigh function searches within in order to find the. Method — This input allows for the specification of the type of swings that the SwingHigh function looks. AltMode — This input allows users to specify the order in which swing points are calculated. If there are two high swing points in a row, this. IE If there is a high swing point, this AltMode will.

This Misc function was designed to return the number of bars since the specified Occurrence of a. It uses four inputs designating, the number of bars used, the Method used, the type of. AltMode used, and the specific Occurrence of the High Swing that it is looking for.

This SwingHighBar. It is most. Strength — This input is the number of bars that the SwingHighBar function searches within in order to find. Method — This input allows for the specification of the type of swings that the SwingHighBar function. It will also. This function was only intended to be used within. It uses a default of the closing prices. It uses five inputs designating the price or indicator function used, the number of bars used, the Method.

SwingHighCustom function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, as well as Filter. It is most commonly used when referencing the price of a certain occurrence of a. Expression — This input is the price function or value that the SwingHighCustom function uses to. Strength — This input is the number of bars that the SwingHighCustom function searches within in order to. This Misc function was designed to return the actual price of the specified Occurrence of a Swing Low.

It uses four inputs designating the number of bars used, the Method used, the type of AltMode used,. This SwingLow function was intended. This function was designed to return the number of bars since the specified occurrence of a Swing Low.

This SwingLowBar function was. Expression — This input is the price or indicator function that the SwingLowBarCustom function uses to. Strength — This input is the number of bars that the SwingLowBarCustom function searches within, in order. SwingLowCustom function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, as well as Filter. Expression — This input is the price function or value that the SwingLowCustom function uses to calculate.

Strength — This input is the number of bars that the SwingLowCustom function searches within in order to. It also allows the Expression to. This function is most commonly used. Expression — This input is the price function or value that the SwingPointsCustom function uses to. This input is what makes this function a. AltMode — This input allows users to specify the order in which the swing points are calculated. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is a Thursday.

This function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, Filter. This Price function was designed to return the actual tick move of a security. For example, for T-Bonds. This function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, as well as custom. This Price function was designed to return the actual dollar value of a TickMove for a given security. This function was intended for use. This Price function was designed to return the number of ticks or trades in a market for the current bar.

To receive these values you must be a subscriber to. Genesis Intraday data. This function was only intended for use within mechanical system rules. This Price function was designed to return the number of ticks or trades that traded lower than the last trade. To receive these values you must be a subscriber to Genesis Intraday data. This Price function was designed to return the number of ticks or trades that traded higher than the last.

This Calendar function was designed to return the time of the current bar as a number in the format of. For example, for a. It was only. HHMM — This input is the actual time expressed in 24 hour format to be converted to the amount of. This Indicator function was designed to return True if a trade has already been entered on the same day as.

This function was intended for use within. This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the month as a number for the current bar. You will see in the. If the TradingDayOfMonth does not equal 1, then our condition is false, canceling any trade. This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the week as a number for the current bar. For example if today is Monday and it is not a holiday , this function will return 1.

This function was. This forces the confirmation. If the TradingDayOfWeek does not equal 1, then our condition is false,. This Calendar function was designed to return the trading day of the year as a number for the current bar. If the TradingDayOfYear is not greater than or equal to trading day of. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of trading days since the last holiday as a.

This function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, as well as. If the TradingDayAfterHoliday is not. This Calendar function was designed to return the number of trading days from the current bar to the very. This function was intended for use within mechanical system rules, as well as Filter. This function was designed to return the number of trading days left in the current month from the current.

This Misc function was designed to always return True. It is most commonly used when a condition must. This function is one of the functions that was intended for use within mechanical system rules,. This Indicator function was designed to return True if the current bar is in fact a bar that did not trade. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is a Tuesday. This Indicator function was designed to return True if a bar is an up range bar higher high, and higher low.

Otherwise this indicator function will return False. This function was intended for. This Indicator function was designed to set stop prices, according to Wells Wilders formula, when entered. It is calculated by using the Average True Range of 7 bars multiplied by constant K. This value can be changed when using this VolatilityLongStop indicator, by changing the K. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current price bar is a Wednesday. This Calendar function was designed to return True if the current bar is the Nth specified in the inputs.

If the Occurrence input is set to a negative number such as —1 then it will check from the end of. Occurrence — This input is the specific occurrence of the weekday you are looking for. If this input is negative, the function will look from the end of the current month back. In the. This Misc function was designed to return True if exactly one of the two conditions is true.

This function is. It is intended for use. Condition 1 — This input is the first of two conditions, where one of the two must be true. Remember that this XOR function is searching for. Condition 2 - This input is the second of the two conditions, whereas one of the two must be true. Remember that this XOR function is. Genesis Financial Technologies Inc. NextBarHour This Calendar function.

NextBarOpen This Price function was. October This Calendar function was. RelativeStrengthRatio This Indicato. Seasonal This Indicator function wa. SessionEndTime This Calendar functi. Sine This Math function is simply t. Square This Math function was creat. StopAndReverse This Misc function w.

SwingHigh This Misc function was de. SwingLow This Misc function was des. SwingPointsCustom This Misc functio. TickValue This Price function was d. Time This Calendar function was des. Tuesday This Calendar function was. Wednesday This Calendar function wa. The main section being the actual name of the function, as well as its definition.

Function: This is what the actual function will look like when referenced. For quick reference all inputs that the function requires are listed within the parenthesis. Inputs: This section will define each input that the function depends on. When using Trade Sense, most functions require parameters in order to calculate correctly. Instead of leaving the user to wonder what these parameters are requiring from them, we have included this section to provide a clear and consise list of the inputs.

In some cases it may also include an example for the input. Example: This section provides example uses for each function. Keep in mind that these are just examples and should not be depended on in your trading strategies. In this document we will explore the Function component a little further. Following this exploration you will find a Function Glossary, providing explanations, and common uses of all of the available Functions.

Since computers do not understand spoken or even written English, we the software developer, have pre-programmed terms that the computer will understand in a format that they understand. This makes it easier for the user to express conditions in a market environment without having to re-type whatever is included in the function.

So, we have created a language called Trade Sense that is based in English, providing an extensive list of pre-programmed base Functions, allowing for the easy creation of other Functions making use of the base Functions. When creating a new Function you will see that after you write your formulas, the Verify button will highlight. Verify is a verification process, that will look at your formula and confirm that you have it written in the correct Trade Sense format.

If you have written it incorrectly, it will highlight the incorrect part of the formula in Red. If it is written correctly, you will not see any Red, but it will set the formula in Italics. Once this box has an "X" in it, the Function Editor will add a third tab called Advanced.

After you verify a Function, you can Save it, by clicking the Save button at the top and entering a name for your new function. Following is a comprehensive list of the Trade Sense functions, including expanded explanations, as well as examples on their common uses. Following is a list of operators that are available to use within the softwares.

We have separated each Function into one of eight different Categories. Please see the Reserved explanation below for further info. Data — This category is for Functions that either return a value in a data file for a given security, or are used to reference data in a text file or spread sheet.

Math — This category is for Functions that carry through mathematical formulas, returning the results of the equation. Price — This category is used for Functions that return price values for a given security open, high, low, close , or prices that are not yet determined, such as Next bar values. Commodity contract specifications, such as Tick Move, and Tick Value will also fall under this Price category.

Trade — This category is used for Functions that are considered trade related for example: Entry Signal, Trade d Today. Reserved — This category is used internally for Functions that are used within specific rules, or other functions. These functions will not be seen on the Functions menu in the Trade rs Toolbox, but will show up in the Trade Sense menu when creating a rule or function.

The absolute value of a negative number is its positive equivalent. Function: Abs Number Inputs: Number — This is the number that you wish the Abs function to return the absolute value of. Any expression or statement that returns a number value can be used here.

April This Calendar function is used to return True if the current price bar is in the month of April, and False if it is not in the month of April. This function is mainly used in rule creation in mechanical systems. This function is most commonly used within intraday strategy rules designating the bar of the day for the current bar without having to specify the actual time for the current bar.

Function: BarOfDay Inputs: None Example: Trading signal that will place a trade on the second bar of the day, only if the open is less than the close. For example, if you want to find how many bars it takes to find 3 non-inside bars, the number returned may be 4, or it may be 14, it simply depends on if there are numerous inside bars.

Example: In this example we to to find 10 non-inside bars within 15 bars. This function is used when you would like to find certain values in intraday data a specified amount trading days ago. This number must be greater than 0. FirstBarOfDay 5 the intraday data file 6 days ago. Bars Left In Day This Calendar function was designed to return the number of bars after the current bar left in the current trading day.

This function is most commonly used within intraday strategy stops or end-of-day exit rules. The Bars Since function returns the number of bars it has been since the specified Occurrence of this input Condition. The Bars Since Entry function is most commonly used within exit rules for mechanical systems. This function allows users to define the number of bars it has been since the bar of entry.

The Bars Since Exit function is commonly used for entry rules within mechanical strategies. This function will return the number of bars since the last entry of the most recent position. A bearish market is defined as a market that is trending downward for a long period of time. So, looking for Bearish Divergence divergence being the key word between the price and an indicator Osc , the price must be making higher highs, and the indicator Osc must be making lower highs.

Basically, it is when the indicator is failing to match the new highs of the price. Many traders see this as a market top, and may look deeper for a sell signal. Osc — This is the indicator that you would like to be making lower highs, detecting Bearish Divergence when compared to the Price function. Looking for Bearish Divergence for 10 days, the Strength parameter would be set to It was designed for use within mechanical systems, providing users the ability to cross reference the Bond market.

A bull market is defined as a market that has been trending up for a long period of time. So, when looking for Bullish Divergence between the price and an indicator, the price must be making lower lows, and the indicator must be making higher lows. Basically, it is when the indicator fails to match the new lows of the price.

Many traders see this as a market bottom and will look deeper for a buy signal. Looking for Bullish Divergence for 10 days, the Strength parameter would be set to Within system rules users may specify a separate market by entering an unrecognized input, such as, Close of JOE. This function was designed simply to perform the cosine operation, and may not necessarily be used by the common user. Remember that a securities price is unbounded, meaning that they are not expected to return any certain value.

It can be anything from a standard Stochastic indicator to a price function such as an opening price value. This input can be anything from a standard Stochastic indicator to a price function such as the Open. This input can be anything from a standard Stochastic indicator to a price function such as an opening price value. Example: The 18 bar Moving Average of the closes has crossed below the Close.

For example, if today is Wednesday the 2 nd of April, this function will return 2. For example, if it is Tuesday, this function will return 2. December This Calendar function returns True if the current bar is in December. Otherwise, this function will return a False value. Function: December Inputs: None Example: Entry rule that enters a position when the current bar is in December, and Bonds closed current bar lower than they did 10 bars ago. Since many price functions return the actual value of the security such as Entry Price, Close, etc.

Dollar amounts must be converted to price moves in order to be added, subtracted, etc. The Down Range function returns False otherwise. Function: Entry Date Inputs: None Example: A rule that liquidates a long position when the current close is less than the 18 bar moving average of the close, and the entry date fell on a Monday.

Entry Price was designed for use within Exit rules that use Stop or Limit orders stop losses, profit target rules. This function provides an easy way to reference the price at which the current position was entered. The prices that are returned are for the security being used for back-testing Market1. It is most commonly used in entry rules, such as Stop and Reverse orders. This function provides an easy way to reference the price at which the last position was liquidated.

ExitPrice 25 Exit Profit This Trade function returns the profit or loss from the last entry to the last exit. Most commonly used to analyze the trade profit of the last position within strategy rules. Exit Signal This Trade function was designed to return the rule name of the most recent exit.

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