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elson2
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 7:06:34 PM
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i want to find stocks that gap up today with volume that greather 3 times from avgv 90 and closed more than 75% than the trading range .
thx alot !!
elson2
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 7:57:40 PM
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and another question pls ' i try to find TSV DIVERGENCE and
i want close of today lower than low 39 days ago
and TSV OF TODAY HIGHER THAN TSV 39 days ago.
thx again!!
Doug_H
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:00:35 PM


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Create and update the following PCF's:

Gap Up
L>H1

Strong Volume
V>(AVGV90*3)

Close vs. Trading Range
((C-L)/(H-L))*100

Now add all three PCF's to an EasyScan. The third PCF will present a range selector in EasyScan. Select Value as your condition type, and use the range selector to accept values from 75 to MAX.

Here are a couple of videos that can help with PCF's and EasyScans if you're new at this.

How to create a Personal Criteria Forumula (PCF)
Using EasyScan to find stocks that meet your own criteria

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Doug_H
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:04:56 PM


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Let's say your TSV setting is TSV19. Here are your PCF's:

Close vs. 39 Days Ago
(C/C39)*100

TSV19 vs. 39 Days Ago
(TSV19/TSV19.39)*100

In EasyScan, both PCF's will present a range selector. Use Value as the Condition Type for both. For the first PCF, accept on low values (perhaps MIN to 25). For the second PCF, accept only high values (perhaps 75 to MAX).

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elson2
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:05:21 PM
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thx dough but i need it to be a boolean formula that i can back test with it
Doug_H
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:12:08 PM


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QUOTE
Close vs. Trading Range
((C-L)/(H-L))*100


Change to:
((C-L)/(H-L))>=75

QUOTE
Close vs. 39 Days Ago
(C/C39)*100


Change to:
((C/C39)*100)<=25

QUOTE
TSV19 vs. 39 Days Ago
(TSV19/TSV19.39)*100


Change To:
((TSV19/TSV19.39)*100)>=75


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elson2
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:16:48 PM
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thank you very much !!!!!!!!!!!
Doug_H
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 8:24:31 PM


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My pleasure, elson2.

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bustermu
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 10:35:27 PM
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QUOTE (elson2)
i want close of today lower than low 39 days ago
and TSV OF TODAY HIGHER THAN TSV 39 days ago.
thx again!!


If you would would like Price depreciation along with net share accumulation as measured by TSV over the last 39 days, the PCF is:

(C-C39<0)AND(TSV39>0)

It is not possible to determine whether there in net share accumulation as measured by TSV over the last 39 days from observing TSV19 Simple over the 39 days.

As a mater of fact, the probability of net share distribution over the 39 days is greater than 50% given that:

(TSV19-TSV19.39>0)AND(C-C39<0)

I have not made measurements using those exact parameters. The closest I have come in my measurements is with 18 and 27 in place of 19 and 39.

Thanks,
Jim Murphy
bustermu
Posted : Thursday, February 16, 2006 10:54:24 PM
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QUOTE (Doug_H)
Let's say your TSV setting is TSV19. Here are your PCF's:

Close vs. 39 Days Ago
(C/C39)*100

TSV19 vs. 39 Days Ago
(TSV19/TSV19.39)*100


Doug,

Your TSV PCF has a divide by zero problem or even worse divide a positive number by a negative number. In any case, the TSV PCF leads to problems and should not be used.

Thanks,
Jim Murphy
elson2
Posted : Friday, February 17, 2006 1:55:58 AM
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bustermu thx very much for your post,
i work with TSV 39 and i really mean that i
want close of today lower than low 39 days ago
and TSV 39!!OF TODAY HIGHER THAN TSV 39!!39!! days ago.
because 39 dyas gives us somtimes also divergence that happenes on 14 or 28 dyas AGO also. so i try your pcf also .thx again
elson2
Posted : Friday, February 17, 2006 2:07:53 AM
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QUOTE (elson2)
bustermu thx very much for your post,
i work with TSV 39 and i really mean that i
want close of today lower than low 39 days ago
and TSV 39!!OF TODAY HIGHER THAN TSV 39!!39!! days ago.
because 39 dyas gives us somtimes also divergence that happenes on 14 or 28 dyas AGO also. so i try your pcf also .thx again

and maybe we can add this that price is decreasing fo the last 90 days
Craig_S
Posted : Friday, February 17, 2006 6:24:14 AM


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Try this PCF:

C<C39 AND TSV39>TSV39.39

Have you checked out this video on TSV sorting? You should find some neat ideas in it:

Visual Sorting by TSV

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markacz
Posted : Saturday, February 18, 2006 4:10:04 PM
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QUOTE (Doug_H)
QUOTE
Close vs. Trading Range
((C-L)/(H-L))*100


Change to:
((C-L)/(H-L))&gt;=75

QUOTE
Close vs. 39 Days Ago
(C/C39)*100


Change to:
((C/C39)*100)&lt;=25

QUOTE
TSV19 vs. 39 Days Ago
(TSV19/TSV19.39)*100


Change To:
((TSV19/TSV19.39)*100)&gt;=75


When H=L, then C=H=L and the result is the indeterminate 0/0. Adding the usual .001 to the denominator would be appropriate.
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