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In your super long TSI formula, how do you identify the long and short periods? I need 9,26.
I am rying to covert a Trend Strength Indicator tha I found on the web to a PCF,but I am hviong a problem convertin i to a PCF.
Here is the formula: TSI = Average( ( Average( Ratio , 10) ), 100 ) • This is the average of the Ratio over the past 10 days, followed by averaging that resulting array for 100 days -- an average of an average, if you will. • Ratio = Absolute Value( Close - ( Close Ten Days Ago ) ) / ATR(10) • ATR(10) = Average of the True Range over the last 10 days
I got Rato,10 OK as follows but can't get the rest due to syntax errors:
ABS(C-(C10))/ABS(C-(C10))/ ((AVGH10 - AVGL10) /((AVGH10 - AVGL10) / 2 + (ABS(H - C1) + ABS(C1 - L) + ABS(H1 - C2) + ABS(C2 - L1) + ABS(H2 - C3) + ABS(C3 - L2) + ABS(H3 - C4) + ABS(C4 - L3) + ABS(H4 - C5) + ABS(C5 - L4) + ABS(H5 - C6) + ABS(C6 - L5) + ABS(H6 - C7) + ABS(C7 - L6) + ABS(H7 - C8) + ABS(C8 - L7) + ABS(H8 - C9) + ABS(C9 - L8) + ABS(H9 - C10) + ABS(C10 - L9)) / 20))
Would you know if the TSI formula tha you provided above is the same ast that used by Marketguge?
Also, I read somewhere tha you said that SMI was the sme as TSI, but when I plot them they are differrent. Can you exlpain te difference in terms of what each inicator is supposed to do?
But the indicators that TC2000 provides don't always have formulas provided (like SMI). Is there a source for all of the TC2000 formulas?
Is it possible to mulily two watch list columns togter to form a thid column?
I try to use your TSI PCF, XAVG(XAVG(C - C1, 3), 9) / XAVG(XAVG(ABS(C - C1), 3), 9), but get a syntax error. How do I fix it?
Since AVGC10.1 is the average closing price over 10 bars one bar ago, is there a smilar way to calculate any pcf condition one bar ago or any bars ago?
Will version 17 allow you to step a condition or an easy scan back in time to do back testing
How can an easy scan condition be created for a moving average (any) crossng above span A of the Ichimoku Cloud, a specified number of days ago?