The one that shows the pips value on a button is actually from the start of the Session Open ONLY for an 8-hour session length of a particular market session (e.g. Sydney, Tokyo, London, and NY). But once clicked or cycle through other options (e.g. Typical, PVP, P50, P75, VWAP...etc.), the pips value displayed on the upper right corner of the screen ("AR" column) is based on 24-hour length since the start of Market Session (e.g. for Broker start time or NY, London, Tokyo...etc). The same goes for the Current range. If you get my point... there's an obvious difference (big or small) between the 8-hour(session length-based) and 24-hour(daily-based) session range averageETFOptionsTrader wrote: ↑Fri Jul 10, 2020 8:10 amAny progress on the pips bug? I'm excited to try the setting of the new pivot.
I noticed that for 3 session types: Broker, Sydney, and Tokyo, there are very large pip ranges but for London and New York sessions I get 38 and 258 pips respectively. Just for reference, the 9-day range on "Typical" pivot settings is 45 so it seems like the London session setting is closest to picking up the accurate values.
Pips bug??? Maybe you did not download the latest release or read some of the recent posts. Anyhow, if you're talking about the off bar starting time... it was not a bug! I think I was not able to say it clear before... the issue is about the tick-data (time/date) provided by MT4 server handler to you (MT4 client application) with those instruments (e.g. CFD indices) that don't start providing tick-data information (date/time) at exact session time, Hence, the tick-data is off... and not like those Forex currency pairs, they are into the dot even if there's a gap on price.
Thus, for anyone who wanted to trade these indices, don't use the MT4 platform or this v2v dynamic system, and if you find much better to your liking... then that would be great in moving on to your journey.