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Thank you for your reply, Bruce.
When you say "You could add a price condition to your order to simulate this if you want.", are you saying there is currently a way to do this in TC2000? I haven't seen anything like that.
In the v18 beta, it seems that conditional orders are only available for limit orders. Are there plans to make conditional orders available for stop and stop limit orders? There are plenty of times when I want to buy a buy stop order, but I only want to make the order if the stock hasn't broken below a certain level. This causes me to have to monitor the price action and cancel an order if needed. Conditional buy orders would be a great asset to my trading if this was possible.
Is there a way to view the market internals intraday for daytrading purposes? I usually monitor the $TICK and $NYAD along with the SPY, but I was really hoping for something like $UVOL and $DVOL. I cant find anything like this in tc2000 except the T2s which seem to only work on a daily chart. Thanks.
Is there a way to determine the % difference between a recent high and then the lowest point after that recent high?
Basically what im trying to do is determine if there was a tight consolidation after a stock made a recent high.
Lets say im using MAXH50 intraday and the value of that was 10 bars ago before it broke out to a new high. I want to know what was the low between the MAXH50 and the most recent new high.
I have been trying to figure out a way to filter out stocks that are choppy vs stocks that arent. The best way to describe this is by an example.
I want to be able to see stocks that are trading like this:
versus more choppy stocks like this:
These are cvlt on 9/27 and chk on 9/28 on the 5 minute time frame. Both of these stocks formed inside bars on the 15 minute chart, but obviously one stocks looks better than the other. Is there a volatility indicator/PCF or something else anyone can think of to filter out these types of choppy charts on the 5 minute time frame?
I tried filtering using adx but it doesnt seem to help. I have use a shorter time frame to filter out the choppiness but seems to filter out a lot of winners too. Any advise would be appreciated.
Is there a way to create an indicator that counts how many new intraday highs/lows a stock has made on any one timeframe? Im trying to filter out stocks that have sharp moves up versus ones that have a consistent and steady move to them.
Hi, I have 2 ADX lines plotted, and what i want to do is create a PPO or MACD of the 2 ADX lines. Basically I want to see if the shorter term ADX is increasing faster than the longer term ADX line. I feel I could create a PCF of this myself but I am not sure how to calculate ADX itself. I would prefer a PPO of the two lines if this is possible. I am using a 7 and 14 period ADX. Thanks.
This is what I came up with for an indicator if anyone is interested:
Is there an indicator or PCF that acts similar as ATR except shows it in percentage based on price. For example, instead of showing stocks that have a 14 day ATR of .7 I want the stock to average at least 1% volatility for the past 14 day. Thanks.