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Topic: Relative Strength Built-ins: Chart Plot versus Scan/Sort
Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 2:53:58 PM

OK.  Got it!!  Thanks and the best of the season to you and yours.

Topic: Relative Strength Built-ins: Chart Plot versus Scan/Sort
Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 2:16:30 PM

OK ... so I end up with a ROC% applied against the (c12 ) target symbol and then I do the same against the benchmark symbol on a separate chart.  The two values are definitely not going to be on the same chart. (correct?)

To compare the values, I then have to either put one chart below the other and read the values, or compare them across scan results and a watchlist for the benchmark, (or as 2 symbols within one watchlist).

Is that about right?  Any suggestions?

thanks

Topic: Relative Strength Built-ins: Chart Plot versus Scan/Sort
Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 1:40:45 PM

For backtesting purposes,  if I wanted to calculate the relative strength "C12" against another symbol also twelve periods ago, would this be possible.  I am not seeing how.  Is there a way?

Topic: BOP and PCF FORMULAS
Posted: Saturday, May 11, 2013 11:31:21 AM

What exactly is the difference between the formulas

 AVG(BOP5,10)

AND

BOP5.10

BOTH PROVIDE A RESULT BUT SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT GRAPH.

I wanted to create a PCF which provided the 5 day average of BOP as it was 10 days ago.

More generally, what exactly is the difference between using the comma and the period?

 

thx

Rob