Does the indicator repaint?
Yes, the indicator redraws at bar closing. As new bars appear on the chart, old bars are pushed off the chart to the left, and the indicator must redraw to account the new prices into the overlay.
Can I choose period and timeframe to apply?
Yes, you can! Just switch the timeframe and the overlay will adapt to your screen size, amount of bars in the chart and timeframe.
Can I select the currency pairs to display?
Yes, you can display up to 6 currency pairs on the overlay chart. 5 of them are input parameters, and the other is the native symbol of the chart where the indicator is loaded.
What is inverting a curreny pair?
Inverting a currency pair means to display the exchange rate between two currencies inverting the main currency of the transaction. For example, USDJPY can also be expressed as JPYUSD in a chart, which price chart would be inverted -displayed upside down-.
Can I invert a symbol in the overlay chart?
Yes, you can. For example, if you want to plot EURUSD, GBPUSD and USDJPY into the same overlay chart, it makes sense to invert USDJPY in order for the price to reflect the inverse rate: JPYUSD. This way the JPYUSD price will move in a positive correlation fashion with the other two symbols of the overlay chart, making the chart easier to study.