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webejammen
Posted : Friday, January 27, 2012 10:19:31 AM
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I am running TC2000 version 12.0 and was wondering if the “AO – Awesome Oscillator” by Rill M. Williams can be programmed into the software?
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Bruce_L
Posted : Friday, January 27, 2012 10:22:22 AM


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To add the Awesome Oscillator, select Add Indicator | Custom PCF Indicator, then click on the Custom PCF Indicator and select Edit.

- Plot Style: Histogram
- Plot Color: Doesn't matter (can't currently recreate the colors of the actual indicator).
- Negative Value Color: Unchecked (although this is really up to you).
- Period: 1
- Average Type: Doesn't matter (because the Period is 1).
- Formula: (AVGH5 + AVGL5 - AVGH34 - AVGL34) / 2

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check9255
Posted : Saturday, November 03, 2018 4:13:43 PM
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WHAT IS EQUAL SO-SO IN TC2000/18 TO Awesome oscillator in think or swim

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StockGuy
Posted : Sunday, November 04, 2018 11:43:57 AM

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http://help.tc2000.com/m/69445/l/745033-indicator-formula-template-table

(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34)) / 2

 

 

check9255
Posted : Monday, November 05, 2018 9:58:32 AM
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THANKS / STOCKGUY WILL TRY IT/ IS THERE ANY WAY TO MAKE IT AN INDICATOR?

Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, November 05, 2018 10:01:40 AM


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Just use the formula in a Custom PCF Indicator.



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check9255
Posted : Monday, November 05, 2018 10:07:41 AM
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QUOTE (check9255)

THANKS / STOCKGUY WILL TRY IT/ IS THERE ANY WAY TO MAKE IT AN INDICATOR?

N/A CAN IT BE TURNED INTO A MOVING AVG?

Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, November 05, 2018 10:17:34 AM


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I am not sure what you are asking. It is an oscillator that goes up and down through zero, it isn't really designed to be plotted on the same pane and scale as price like a moving average.

It is composed of two moving averages which could be plotted in the same pane and scale as price however.

You would plot these using Custom PCF Indicators as well. The first Custom PCF Indicator would use the following formula.

AVG(H + L, 5)

And the second Custom PCF Indicator would use the following formula.

AVG(H + L, 34)



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Aces4Me
Posted : Sunday, November 18, 2018 11:54:07 AM
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Bruce How can we create a divergence scanner

Bullish divergence with a look back 100 bars,  Price making a lower low and awesome oscillator making a higher low and oscillator value below Zero Line

 

and reverse 

 

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Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, November 19, 2018 1:01:03 PM


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I can give you the general structure of the formula out to where the first low can be up to 6 bars ago, but it gets too long and slow to be practical or post in the forums if you go out any further than that.

AVG(H1 + L1, 5) < AVG(H1 + L1, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H1 + L1, 5) - AVG(H1 + L1, 34), 2) = 1 AND L1 < IIF(AVG(H3 + L3, 5) < AVG(H3 + L3, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H2 + L2, 5) - AVG(H2 + L2, 34) > AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34), L2, L1), IIF(AVG(H4 + L4, 5) < AVG(H4 + L4, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34) > AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34), L3, L1), IIF(AVG(H5 + L5, 5) < AVG(H5 + L5, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34) > AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34), L4, L1), IIF(AVG(H6 + L6, 5) < AVG(H6 + L6, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34) > AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34), L5, L1), IIF(AVG(H7 + L7, 5) < AVG(H7 + L7, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34) > AVG(H7 + L7, 5) - AVG(H7 + L7, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) > AVG(H7 + L7, 5) - AVG(H7 + L7, 34), L6, L1), L1)))))

The inverse has the same limitations.

AVG(H1 + L1, 5) > AVG(H1 + L1, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H1 + L1, 5) - AVG(H1 + L1, 34), 2) = 1 AND H1 > IIF(AVG(H3 + L3, 5) > AVG(H3 + L3, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H2 + L2, 5) - AVG(H2 + L2, 34) < AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34), H2, H1), IIF(AVG(H4 + L4, 5) > AVG(H4 + L4, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H3 + L3, 5) - AVG(H3 + L3, 34) < AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34), H3, H1), IIF(AVG(H5 + L5, 5) > AVG(H5 + L5, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H4 + L4, 5) - AVG(H4 + L4, 34) < AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34), H4, H1), IIF(AVG(H6 + L6, 5) > AVG(H6 + L6, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H5 + L5, 5) - AVG(H5 + L5, 34) < AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34), H5, H1), IIF(AVG(H7 + L7, 5) > AVG(H7 + L7, 34) AND TrueInRow(AVG(H6 + L6, 5) - AVG(H6 + L6, 34) < AVG(H7 + L7, 5) - AVG(H7 + L7, 34), 2) = 1, IIF(AVG(H + L, 5) - AVG(H + L, 34) < AVG(H7 + L7, 5) - AVG(H7 + L7, 34), H6, H1), H1)))))



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Posted : Monday, November 19, 2018 11:43:19 PM
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Thanks

 

Bruce_L
Posted : Tuesday, November 20, 2018 8:00:56 AM


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You're welcome.



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