data appears to have been refreshed.

Any idea what might be preventing me from getting Price and volume data in my personal watchlists? Just started a little while ago (today). My TC 2000 charts all show current, and correct data.
Thanks.

Thanks Bruce...much appreciated!

Bruce (or anyone else...),
How would I write an indicator that expressed a 20day simple moving average of a 50day average true range ... but rather than expressed as a number (I've already done this), I'd like it to be expressed as a percentage.
For example, I show a 20 SMA of a 50day Average True Range on AMZN to be 10.07. I'd like that 10.07 figure to be expressed as a percentage (so 1.2% based on the Monday, March 20 closing price).
Thanks.

Thanks diceman. I did in fact mis type my 50ema reading. Your suggestion worked perfectly :)

QUOTE (diceman)
rbyrne
Have you seen the built in indicator called "Volitiliy Stop?"
Thanks
I have, and it's a decent chandelier exit idea. But what I am looking for is a volatility based stop based around something other than price (as the anchor).

Bruce,
I was working with the ATR formulas you provided, but am still having problems.
The specific formula I believe I need takes into account the average true range over the prior 50 days. It then multiplies that 50day ATR figure by 1.5, and then subtraces that figure from a 50day exponential moving average and plots a line (like another moving average line) beneath an existing (already in place on my chart) 50day EMA.
For example, the SPY closed Friday March 18, 2017 at 227.77. AThe 50day exponential moving average on my TC 2000 chart has a reading of 224.75. The Average True Range (50) shows a reading of 1.41. > I am looking for a reading (in the form of an indicator that will run beneath an existing 50day EMA) of 222.635.
That 222.635 figure comes from 1.5 * the 50day ATR of 1.41, subtracted from the current 50day EMA reading of 224.75.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

looks good. Thanks Bruce :)

How would I scan for stocks closing above their 50day EMA with an intraday range greater than 2 x 50day SMA average true range? ... Basically a simple volatility scan. Thanks

Thanks Bruce. I'll work with this a bit until I sufficiently confuse myself :)
