Overlay indicatators on the same pane

Select Insert then Indicator from the main menu Select an Indicator.  Click Next to view the advanced settings. On the Location tab there are the options to add a New Pane or overlay the indicator on an existing pane. To overlay an indicator on a pane that has an existing […]

Heikin Ashi

Introduction Heikin-Ashi, also sometimes spelled Heiken-Ashi, means “average bar” in Japanese. The Heikin-Ashi technique can be used in conjunction with candlestick charts when trading securities to spot market trends and predict future prices. It’s useful for making candlestick charts more readable and trends easier to analyze. For example, traders can use Heikin-Ashi charts […]

BullScript: Error Codes

Error Codes When BullScript encounters an error it will give an error code. Use the list below to learn more information about a particular error. 101 Some code was expected at a certain point, but none was found. This typically happens if a formula stops in the middle without concluding. […]

BullScript: Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting BullScript prevents you from entering a formula that has a mistake in it by displaying an error message and asking you to correct the formula before proceeding. BullScript generally does a very good job at detecting what kind of error a formula has. BullScript will display an error code […]

BullScript: Sample Indicator

Sample Indicator This topic is designed to help you create advanced indicators by examining one of the indicators that comes built into BullScript: the Stochastic Oscillator. First a simple Stochastic formula script is shown, then a more advanced version, as used in BullCharts, is shown, then a discussion of script […]

BullScript: Sample Scripts

Sample Scripts This section contains a number of popular indicators written in BullScript. All these indicators are provided by BullScript, but sample formulae are provided here to demonstrate how BullScript may be used to construct indicators. The examples below have been coloured in the same way that the BullScript syntax […]

BullScript: Best Practices

Best Practices As with many programming languages, BullScript can be used well or poorly. When writing your own scripts, we advise that you endeavour to write them in a clean, clear fashion for several reasons: Your scripts will be easier to understand by others. You will be more able to […]

BullScript User Guide

Learning BullScript BullScript: General Functions BullScript: Mathematical Functions BullScript: Candle Pattern Functions BullScript: Pattern Recognition Functions BullScript: Date and Time Functions BullScript: Highest/Lowest Functions BullScript: Indicator Functions BullScript: Text Functions BullScript: Trade Functions BullScript: Attribute Reference  

BullScript: Attribute Reference

Attribute Reference The following pages list the attributes that are built into BullScript. Attributes are used to provide additional information about how your BullScript should be applied. Attributes Using Attributes BullScript allow you to specify the way you want the results of a script to be displayed within the script […]