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Creating a Complete System in Quantum Charts 1.1

 

* To begin this tutorial you should have already opened, or be viewing a chart.

 

1.    Click on any bar in the chart to view conditions that are true of that bar.

 

 

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2.    All of the bar�s conditions will appear in the �Conditions� area on the bottom, left-hand side of the screen (just below the chart).

 

 

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3.    Click the check box immediately to the left of your desired entry condition.

 

 

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4.    Notice that your strategy box (immediately to the right of the categories section) has two different types of operators. Available to you are the options of using either the �and� or the �or� operator.

 

 

5.    Drag the condition from the condition area to the �Strategies� box and drop it directly over the �And� or the �Or� operator of your entry setup.

 

 

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6.    Below is an example of what your strategy box should like if you dragged the condition to either the �and� or the �or� operator.

 

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7.    * Optional - Once your condition has been dragged over either the �and� or the �or� operator, you have the option of adjusting certain features of your condition by selecting its parameters in the �properties� box (located on the lower left hand corner of the screen) and editing those parameters with either the drop-down menu or by manually entering your changes.

 

 

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8.    Right-click the phrase �Strategy 1� in the strategy box and select your entry signal type (your options are New Long Entry or New Short Entry).

 

 

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9.    Below is an example of what you entry signal will look like by default for a Long Entry.

 

 

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10. To add your exit setup, select the �New� button on the upper, left-hand side of the strategy box and select �New Strategy.�

 

 

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11. Below is an example of what your new exit setup will look like.

 

 

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12. Click the check box immediately to the left of your desired condition.

 

 

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13. Drag the condition from the condition area to the �Strategies� box and drop it directly over the �And� or the �Or� operator in your exit setup.

 

 

 

14. Below is an example of what your strategy box should like if you dragged the condition to either the �and� or the �or� function of your exit setup.

 

 

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* Optional - Once your condition has been dragged over either the �and� or the �or� operator, you have the option of adjusting certain features of your condition by selecting its parameters in the �properties� box (located on the lower left hand corner of the screen) and changing those parameters through the drop-down menu or by manually entering your changes.

 

 

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15. Right-click the phrase �Strategy 2� and select an exit type (the selections available are �New Long Dump� and �New Short Dump�). Please note that your exit signal type should match your entry signal type (i.e. if you are in a long trade, you would choose a long rather than a short dump).

 

 

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16. Below is an example of what you exit signal will look like by default for a Long Exit.

 

 

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17. Now press the �Apply� button on the upper right hand side of the strategy box.

 

 

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18. All of you entries and exits will be displayed as trades highlighted on the chart.

 

 

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19. To view how your system has performed historically, click the �Performance� tab in the middle, left-hand side of the screen (just below the chart).

 

 

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20. After clicking the performance tab, the Performance Report will appear revealing to you how your system has performed historically.

 

 

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