Sierra Chart sharing: ChartDom Entry chart

Chart DOM is one of my favourite Sierra Chart features. It gives users the flexibility to synchronize chart, and DOM. Chart DOM has all features of traditional Sierra Chart DOM, with ability to attach (and synchronized) into a chart. Sierra Chart DOM is higly customisable, and light weight.

In my trading, I always have a chart, which I call “Entry Chart”. It is a simple Footprint/Numbers Bars with Chart DOM attached. I have customized the Chart DOM with additional columns such as Bid/Ask Market Pulling stacking, Recent Bid/Ask volume etc.  The main purpose is to have a quick view of price movement (from Footprint/Numbers Bars chart), while trading on DOM.

I have attached the chartbook here. Please feel free to download, customize, and share it if you found it helpful.

You can download the chartbook HERE.

Enjoy!

Sierra Chart Book sharing: Updated Trading DOM template November 2017

I have made changes to the my Sierra Chart trading DOM over time, I thought I will share it here again. The previous version is working, this version is just enhanced with more information that I used in my trading.

Download the chart book and save it into Sierra Chart Data Files Folder, and Go to Sierra Chart and select File >> Open Chartbook . Feel free to customize it or share it to other Sierra Chart users if you like.

The DOM is used for ES (Emini-S&P), with CQG feed. Symbol can be changed in Chart Setting screen.

The Chartbook can be downloaded HERE 

 

Sierra Chart Book sharing: Market Depth Historical Graph

Sierra Chart introduced Market Depth Historical Graph at the end of 2016 after receiving requests from users. It is a tool which is similar to BookMap. The Market Depth Historical Graph study displays at each chart column the highest market depth quantity at each price level, which occurred during the timeframe of the chart bar, as a color-coded rectangle.

Here is the chartbook I use for my trading.  In order to use Market Depth Historical Graph,  “Record Market Depth Data” has to be activated as follow:

  • Select Global Settings >> Symbol Settings on the menu.
  • Locate the symbol or symbol pattern for the Symbol in the list of symbols, that you want to use the Market Depth Historical Graph study with.
  • Select the Intraday tab.
  • Enable the Record Market Depth Data option.
  • Press OK.
  • Reconnect to the data feed with File >> Disconnect and File >> Connect to Data Feed after altering the Symbol Settings.

Please feel free to download, customize and share.

Market Depth Historical Graph Chart Book

 

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Sierra Chart Sharing: Number Bar (Footprint chart)

numberbar

Number Bar/Footprint chart is one of the most important tool in my day trading toolbox.  Sierra Chart provides users built-in studies for it.  Sierra Chart is a very well-designed, and stable charting platform, and it is also very flexible for users to customise.

I am sharing a chart book with Number Bar setup and some of my own customisation. Feel free to download and copy to your trading chart. I hope this will save you some time in case you are new to Sierra Chart or Number Bars.

Download the chart book and save it into Sierra Chart Data Files Folder, and Go to Sierra Chart and select File >> Open Chartbook . Feel free to customise it or share it to other Sierra Chart user if you like.

Download here

Enjoy!

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Sierra Chart Book sharing: Trading DOM template

 

Sierra Chart Trading DOM

Sierra Chart Trading DOM

Sierra Chart is always my preferred choice of charting and trading platform. This post is not to introduce Sierra Chart (I will come to that in the future), but to share chart templates I have used in my trading. (Hopefully I can make this into a series of posts and sharing more templates in the future.) I thought it might be helpful to new Sierra Chart users.

I have done some customizations to the Trading Chart DOM, which will plot key reference points such as Previous High/Low, Previous Value Area High/Low,  Initial Balance etc automatically on DOM. You can always utilize Study Overlay function to plot additional information on the DOM.

Download the chart book and save it into Sierra Chart Data Files Folder, and Go to Sierra Chart and select File >> Open Chartbook . Feel free to customize it or share it to other Sierra Chart user if you like.

Download Here

*While this version of DOM is working well, I made some changes. New version of DOM template can be found HERE

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