Thinkorswim Custom Watch List Columns 71


Adding Custom Columns to a Watchlist in Thinkorswim

Thinkorswim Custom Watch List Columns

Thinkorswim Custom Watch List Columns

Tired of looping through dozens of charts just to find the few stocks that meet your criteria? Wouldn’t you rather just glance at your watch list and instantly see those half dozen stocks all sorted at the top of your list? Looking for the needle in the haystack can be tedious and time consuming. This video demonstrates how to combine the power of a custom watch list column with a custom scan. Running live on an active market, these two tools combine to create a dynamic filtering engine to help you find those little nuggets that take you hours to uncover. The link below is to download the source code for the custom column indicatory demonstrated in the video. Just follow the instructions in the video to create your own custom column in a watch list.

Watch_EMA_XSTUDY.ts

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  • Tim Slattery

    I see how to change the color of text/background for a study, but I would like to color the text/background for one of the built-in columns. I have the column Prob OTM, but would like to have any entry with a value less than a fixed number, say 30, change color so I can immediately see that I need to check on that option to see if is going to expire as expected.

    Your videos are really helpful, and I’ve created a couple custom plots that I find very useful. Unfortunately this seems like it should be simple, but I can’t find some key info to make it so…