Seminar: PowerLanguage 101 - Learn basic strategy programming with Dr. John Clayburg

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  1. MultiCharts is committed to helping traders learn and grow by inviting industry experts to present webinars. Different presentations cover trading methods, trading ideas, and our MultiCharts trading software. Everyone from new traders to experts can learn something new, so pick ones that interest you and click Register to reserve a spot!

    MultiCharts is pleased to present a seminar with Dr. John Clayburg on Thursday, August 9 at 4:30 p.m. EST.

    Dr. John Clayburg has been programming in the EasyLanguage environment for over 25 years. John’s automated strategies are regularly rated in the top 10 systems by Futures Truth, and published “Four Steps to Trading Success” in 2001. He has been a featured presenter at trade shows and seminars throughout the US and Europe, and is best known for the development of Parallel Function User Technology. His current website is .

    Topic: PowerLanguage 101 - Learn basic strategy programming in MultiCharts

    Description: The PowerLanguage Editor in MultiCharts is really very easy to use - don't be intimidated by the thought of programming a computer!

    Dr. Clayburg learned this all the hard way: trial and error - mostly experimentation. Along the way he, of course, ran into multiple roadblocks, which have really simple solutions but took literally days or weeks to solve. He will save you a lot of time pointing out these things and giving you the simple solutions.

    In this session Dr. Clayburg will take one or two simple indicators such as moving averages, Relative Strength Index, MACD, Stochastic, Momentum, etc. chosen by those attending the webinar, and create from these items a completely automated trading strategy in MultiCharts.

    If time permits, he will also show you how to program start and end times, profit targets, stop losses, and other filters designed to improve the accuracy and profitability of the newly created system.

    Upon completion all those attending the webinar will be provided the complete code for whatever is created in the webinar.

    If we run out of time and there is sufficient interest it's possible that this could turn into a series of webinars on simple programming techniques.

    Don't be a chicken! Stop by and discover how easy this really is! Even though it sounds complicated, it is not. It is mostly common sense. Check this out!