Great stuff!! I'm using openhigh method, still works.
"Wayne King" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > "ladidalimey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > <sTHPo.50492$M94.email@example.com>... >> Hi, >> >> I've created a highlow chart of an fts and wanted to indicate where >> entries and exits take place by putting some kind of marker next to the >> bar at the relevant price. The entries/exits consist of a date and a >> price >> >> I was using "text" , but this no longer seems to work now I'm using fts >> (I was using vectors of data). >> >> Any suggestions? >> >> thanks. >> >> L. > > Hi, can you use fts2mat() to convert your data and times to a matrix and > then add the symbol at the appropriate place? I'm assuming you're using > the plot method for the financial time series object. > > % Using a very simple object :) > data = [1:6]'; > dates = [today:today+5]'; > tsobjkt = fints(dates, data); > plot(tsobjkt); > > datamat = fts2mat(tsobjkt,1); > hold on; > % add marker > plot(datamat(2,1),datamat(2,2),'^','markersize',10,'markerfacecolor',[1 0 > 0]); > > > Also, I'm assuming you wanted to do it from the command line. If you are > satisfied by just marking the plot, you can use edit plot. > > Wayne