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This comprehensive selection of videos and pictorial tutorials will show you how to get the most out of EzyAnalyser V6.

CREATE YOUR OWN ANALYSIS

     

EzyAnalyser gives the user the ability to create their own analysis which are added to the QuickRun Toolbar for easy use.

These analysis are made up of candidates and criteria. Candidates are a list of symbols you want to use in your analysis. These could be from multiple exchanges (i.e. ASX & NYSE); different product groups (i.e. equities & indexes) or they may be the constituents of an index (i.e. ASX All Ordinaries) or sector (i.e. Materials).
Criteria are a list of conditions (or one) that tell your analysis what you want to test the candidates for. EzyAnalyser has numerous indicators and some fundamental fields to choose for your criteria. You can make these as complex or as easy as you require.

Once you have created your Analysis; have tested it and are happy with the results you can run it daily by just selecting it from the drop-down box and clicking the Run button.

Creating your own analysis is a simple 4-step process:

EzyAnalyser: 4-Step Process

Step 1: Choose Candidates to Analyse
  1. Click on the New Analysis button. This will create a new empty analysis in the Analysis drop-down box which is given the default name: Analysis Created [Date & Time]. The Analysis Design tab will also be activated.
    Note: If you want to change the name of this analysis, click on the Rename button on the QuickRun menu.

    EzyAnalyser: Analysis Criteria Rules

  2. In the Candidate Selection Rules section on the Analysis Design tab, click the Add button. The Exchange Filter screen will appear.

    EzyAnalyser: Exchange Filter

  3. Select the Exchange you want to analyse from the drop-down box.

    EzyAnalyser: Select the Exchange you want to scan

  4. Choose the product from this Exchange that you want to analyse from the Market drop-down box (i.e. Equity; Future; Index etc.).

    EzyAnalyser: Select the Exchange Product

  5. If you don't wish to analyse all the Security Types from this Market, untick the appropriate boxes.

    EzyAnalyser: Select the Exchange Product

  6. The Groups and the Sector selections let you filter unwanted information from the market data. If you only want the symbols that are included in an index then make your selection from the Groups box. If you want to analyse symbols that make up a sector or industry group then choose from the Sector box. If you make a selection from both of these, for example the S&P ASX All Ordinaries from the Groups box and the Materials Sector from the Sector box you will only get candidates that are a constituent of the S&P ASX All Ordinaries index but are also classified in the Materials sector.

    EzyAnalyser: Select Sector and Industry Groups

  7. When you've made your selections click the OK button. Your candidates will be loaded into the Candidate List section of your workspace and the filter will be loaded into the Candidate Selection Rules section of the Analysis Design tab.

    EzyAnalyser: Select Sector and Industry Groups

Step 2: Add Criteria
  1. Click on the Add button in the Analysis Criteria Rules section of the Analysis Design tab.

    EzyAnalyser: Add Criteria Rules

  2. The Criteria Conditions screen will appear. Make a selection from the Indicator drop-down box. A list of parameters will be displayed for you to edit. If you require help setting parameters for an indicator, click the button to the right of this drop-down box.

    EzyAnalyser: Select your first Indicator

  3. Choose the Comparison Operation from the drop-down box.

    EzyAnalyser: Select an Operator

  4. Select the Comparison Indicator and set the parameters.

    EzyAnalyser: Select a Comparison Indicator

  5. Click the OK button to add this condition to the Analysis Criteria Rules section on the Analysis Design tab.

    EzyAnalyser: Analysis Criteria Rules

Step 3: Choose the Time Interval to Analyse

Click on the Run button and select either Daily, Weekly or Monthly bars. This refers to the period you are scanning. If you choose Run - Weekly Bar your analysis will be applied to weekly candidate data (1-bar for every week) and the condition/s in your criteria will relate to the same period.

EzyAnalyser: Run the Scan

Step 4: View Results

The Candidate List will be updated with the results of the analysis. If some of the candidates passed the analysis you now have the choice of either selecting another Analysis to run over the passed candidates or view the charts (EzyChart 6) of the candidates that passed the analysis.

EzyAnalyser: View the Results