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pdunn
Posted : Tuesday, March 13, 2018 6:35:53 PM
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Bruce, I have this formula for a Rising Stochastic Cross Indicator (Stochastic 10.4.4) and it should present a Green Dot on my price chart.  However, I don't get the Green Dot. Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong? (v18.0.6626.29703)

iif (stoc10.4.1 < avg(stoc10.4.1,4) and stoc10.4 > avg(stoc10.4,4) and stoc10.4<75, .995 * min(1, 5),0)

Here's the video tutorial that I followed to get the formula:

http://www.cesar.umd.edu/h348m/Videos/RisingStochCrossIndicator.mov

Preston

 

Bruce_L
Posted : Wednesday, March 14, 2018 9:55:55 AM


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There are a couple issues with the formula as posted. There is a space between IIF and the opening parenthesis. You seem to have the number 1 instead of the letter L as the first argument in your MIN() function.

I would probably write the formula as follows to shorten things up a bit and make it so you don't get a row of dots at zero.

IIF(XUP(STOC10.4, AVG(STOC10.4, 4)) AND STOC10.4 < 75, .995 * MINL5, 1 / 0)

Make sure you are choosing & Scale With when overlaying the Custom PCF Indicator into the price pane and that the Plot Style is set to Dots.



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