Scanner updates

We have recently released major scanner updates, the post summarizes their usage & benefits:

  1. Drag and Drop filters across groups or re-arrange them across the scan
  2. Duplicate group or a single filter
  3. Copy the filter to clipboard
  4. Count & Countstreak functions
  5. Least & Greatest functions
    1. Drag and Drop filters across groups or re-arrange them across the scan -> Allows to you drag and drop across different groups to make re-oraganinzing a scanner, press left mouse button and drag/move your while the button is pressed to move the filters, sample video below,
    2. Duplicate group or a single filter -> Duplicate a filter or a group by clicking on the copy icon as seen below
    3. Copy the filter to clipboard -> Copy filter text to clipboard by clicking on the “word” icon, as seen below
    4. Count & Countstreak functions -> Helps you to count the total number of times a given filter in the past candles
      Count eg: ->Filter “Latest count( 50, 1 where latest close > latest upper bollinger band ( 20 , 2 ) ) greater than equal to 2” will return all stocks that have closed above the upper bollinger band for 2 or more days in the past 50 days

      Countstreak eg: -> Filter “Latest countstreak( 20, 1 where latest close > latest sma ( latest close , 200 ) )greater than equal to 10” will return all stocks that have continesouly(in a streak) closed above its 200 SMA for the past 10 or more candles(daily timeframe)

    5. Least & Greatest functions -> Helps to get the greatest or the least of a given set of filters
      eg: greatest( Latest Open, Latest Close ) will return the greatest value from either the open or the close

We hope these additional features will further simply your scanner creation. If you do have any queries please feel free to leave a comment here or reach us at support@chartink.com

 

NSE Data feed issue from Exchange

NSE is facing a issue that’s causing missing data for today(Nov 19 ‘2019, we are co-oridnating with the exchange to sort this from their end.

Please note that this is not within our control and we are hoping our best this is resolved from NSE ASAP, we are continuously following up with NSE to have this fixed

Update 9:15am -> Notified NSE about the issue

Update 9:20am -> Confirmed from NSE this issue impacts other vendors too & their technical team is working to resolve it

Update 10:30am -> NSE is still working to resolve this

Update 11.02am – > We have started receiving data. We are trying to recover previous data (9.15am to 11.01am)

Update 20th Nov’19 -> NSE is still working to recover the missing files.

Update 22nd Nov’19 -> The missing data is now added on our site

Media updates on the issue:

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/markets/stock-markets/nse-trading-disruption-brokers-shoot-off-complaint-letter/article30018153.ece

https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/brokers-write-to-nse-complain-of-losses-after-technical-glitch-bourse-blames-vendor-4655751.html

Backtesting now available!

Backtest history now available for all scans, view them right below any screener https://chartink.com/screener/short-term-breakouts

The backtest history currently show’s the number of stocks filtered per timeframe(day, minute, week..) grouped by its market cap. Click on the individual bars to view the list of stocks filtered on a particular day.

We go back upto 7 months for backtest daily timeframes for every scan. This gives you a instant view of how stocks trended within a particular scan without the need to manually change offset’s within the scan

WaveTrend indicator updates

WaveTrend indicator is now available in our Charts & Screener. It can be added for Intraday, daily, weekly & monthly ranges and accepts 3 parameters as below:

  1. Calculation period: number of candles used to calculate WaveTrend, defaults to 10
  2. Averaging period: number of candles used to average WaveTrend, defaults to 21
  3. Momentum Length: number of candles used to calculate WaveTrend momentum, defaults to  4

Refer the below images on how to add them to your studies.

  1. CHARTS

  2. SCANNER