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Guest Rickin1

I need to get in touch with someone that can help me get 9 custom indicators onto my IG pro chart.

 

Examples are custom HMA, EMA, SMA, WMA etc etc.  custom study on another study indicator settings.

 

Any freelancers out there that can help create this on my pro real time chart?

 

Rick

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Hi 

The built-in SMA settings and adjustment on PRT are pretty flexible so could handle most averaging variations.

It depends on what you mean by "custom" as to whether extra coding is required.

I've programmed some indicators for personal use and found the user commands to be fairly straightforward (after a quick read of the manuals.)  Though I am a software engineer, so it could just be clear to me because that's my day job :smileyhappy:

Not sure what you mean by "study on another study" though.

What is it you are looking for in more precise terms?

Mac

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