Comment on Pi Bridge for Amibroker

Siddhant commented on 08 Dec 2015, 08:30 AM

Hi Nitin,

I have just become a client of Zerodha. I have a technical query.
Can you let me know if Zerodha has the facility of a scanner, where I can ‘pick’ ready queries and fire the same of a set of stocks.
Examples:
1. I need to run a query (On NSE Cash & FnO) to fetch all stocks where a Bullish Engulfing candle is formed. This query can be run for any time frame (Intra-Day & EOD). The query should return a list of stocks where a Bullish Engulfing candle is formed. Moreover, this will not be a Buy or Sell query as we currently have it in the back testing feature.
2. I need to run a query on 15 min charts. The query should scan the market (Entire market) and display results of the query. The query can be a combination; like, All stocks that have a volume of 10 Lakhs or more and have a price between 100 and 500. Again, this will not be a Buy or Sell query as we currently have it in the back testing feature.
3. I need to run a query to fetch all stocks where a certain Indicator or Oscillator has cropped up. Lets say I need the query to fetch all stocks where the SMA 10 has crossed over SMA 20 AND has a volume of 10 Lakhs or more and a price between 100 and 500 AND at this moment is exhibiting a Doji. Again, this will not be a Buy or Sell query as we currently have it in the back testing feature.

Once the scanner lists the stocks, if I click on Chart, the system should pop up the chart with the technicals in place. For example in ex 1 above; the chart should mark out those areas where there has been a Bullish Engulfing candle. Or like in ex 3 above; the chart should display the SMA’s and mark the Doji.

I ask the above questions because its really cumbersome to select stocks, then put in Buy and Sell queries and then back test it or use it for intra-day selections.

Does Amibroker or Ninja Trader offer these features.

If this is not the correct email ID to ask this question, then please forward it to the correct department or still better please have the concerned person call me.

Warm Regards,
Siddhant

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