I am stuck and I hope someone may be able to help me out. I am a newby (just a couple of months) and have been able to write some simple code. I wish to filter by index constituent and I am using Norgate Premium Data. In this case ASX 300 or All Ordinaries.
My first question is, is this actually possible because from what I can gather Norgate has changed the updater and this functionality may have changed recently. The sample code I have found does not work.
#include_once "Formulas\Norgate Data\Norgate Data Functions.afl"
No such directory appears on my hard drive so I have to think something has changed or is unavailable.
r = RSI (14);
Overbought = Cross (r,80);
// to specify ASX 300 historical//
WatchlistCheck = NorgateIndexConstituentTimeSeries(S&P/ASX 300)
Filter = Overbought AND Filter = WatchlistCheck;
This part of the code that gives an error as well highlighting 300 with Error 31 Syntax error unexpected NUM expecting ) or :
I would be very appreciative if someone could set me straight with some information as to whether this functionality is possible and if so how would I go about wring the correct formula