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Ask a Trainer - TC2000 version 12/18
I am quite new to TC2000 v17. And I chanced upon the Harami script providedin one of the links here. It goes like this :
(C1-O1)>=.7*(H1-L1) AND (H1-L1)>= (AVGH10.1-AVGL10.1) AND (C<O) AND (O<C1) AND (C>O1) AND (O-C)<=.6*(C1-O1)
What does the 10.1 that comes after AVGH and AVGL means?
its ok, after some digging i found it here :
AVGwx.z -> Simple Moving Average of Price Component or Volume over a specified span of bars ending on the specified bar (w must be O, H, L, C or V).
The 10 implies a 10 bar or period average.
the 1 after the period indicates that that the average will be one bar ago. If omitted, the current bar's value is calculated
A summary of PCF variables is here.