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I was using AVGRSI14.5 instead of your RSI14.5. Strange since you use AVG for Wilder.
P.;S. The notification process doesn't seem to work, since I never getr notified of your resaponses when I requesy ntification. I checked my email address in my profice and it is correct.
Can you provide the PCF for the simple moving average of RSI(14) for a period of 5?
I guess I don't understand "To use a new condition formula on the chart directly, select Add Plot to Chart | Indicators | Custom PCF % True Indicator and edit the indicator to place the condition formula in the Boolean Formula settings box."
You might suggest to the programmers to have this same capabilityt for non-pcf conditions.
In TC2000 V12, I can convert a conditional PCF to an indicator. This allows me to find the condition wherever it appears in past price data for any stock. Very handy for doing back testing. Here is how I do it:
How can I do the this in V18 directly without first having to do it in V12. Can it also be done for non-PCF conditions?
where can I find information about version 19?
What is the formula for Volume Buzz?
Given three charts in the same layout, is there any way to tie (lock) the time sliders together?
I saved my i period moving average as an idicator (it aperaed in the idicator library), but when I tried to add itt as a value column, I could not find the ididcator. What am I doing wrong?
If I perform a quick scan X bars ago based on a particuar indicator, and add a volume column to the resulting watch list that is the same as the indicator, I get values in that column that are current day. How do I get the colums to have values that are x bars ago without having to manipulate the indcator foumula directly?