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Topic: Is there a way to scroll forward bar by bar?
Posted: Friday, July 14, 2017 1:22:51 PM

QUOTE (Bruce_L)

Yes, there are keyboard shortcuts for this.

Hot Keys & Keyboard Shortcuts

Move chart backward/forward 1 bar [ and ]
Move chart backward/forward 5 bars Shift-[ and Shift-]

 

Thank you Bruce!

Also, do you happen to know why the short interest indicator isn't working for me?

Yi

Topic: Is there a way to scroll forward bar by bar?
Posted: Thursday, July 13, 2017 4:27:30 PM

Hi,

Is there a way to scroll forward through the charts bar by bar? perhaps a keyboard shortcut?

Thank you!

Topic: Short Interest
Posted: Saturday, July 08, 2017 2:27:40 PM

Hi,

The short interest indicator is not showing up for me. Can anyone help?

Topic: Looking for a watchlist column that picks up a condition that happened yesterday
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 3:50:47 PM

Thank you Bruce, I'm understanding now!

Topic: Looking for a watchlist column that picks up a condition that happened yesterday
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 3:16:01 PM

Thanks Bruce, what about this formula?

C < C1 AND V < MINV2.1   AND (C-L) / (H-L) > .5   AND V < AVGV50

I&#39;m trying to understand which portion of the formula represent the previous day.

Thanks

Topic: Looking for a watchlist column that picks up a condition that happened yesterday
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 2:49:43 PM

Hi,

How would I program a watchlist column to show if the following condition occured yesterday:

(H+.15) / ABS(C > C1 AND V < MINV2.1   AND V < AVGV50)

Thanks!

Yi

Topic: Indicator for Pocket Pivots that originate near 10 or 50 day moving average
Posted: Friday, March 03, 2017 1:19:56 AM

QUOTE (Bruce_L)

A Condition Formula for this can be written as follows in TC2000 v17.

C > C1 AND V > MAX(ABS(C1 < C2) * V1, 10) AND ((ABS(O / AVGC10 - 1) <= .03 AND (O >= AVGC10 OR (O < AVGC10 AND C > AVGC10))) OR (ABS(O / AVGC50 - 1) <= .03 AND (O >= AVGC50 OR (O < AVGC50 AND C > AVGC50))))

The formula is a bit longer in earlier versions of TC2000.

C > C1 AND V > ABS(C1 < C2) * V1 AND V > ABS(C2 < C3) * V2 AND V > ABS(C3 < C4) * V3 AND V > ABS(C4 < C5) * V4 AND V > ABS(C5 < C6) * V5 AND V > ABS(C6 < C7) * V6 AND V > ABS(C7 < C8) * V7 AND V > ABS(C8 < C9) * V8 AND V > ABS(C9 < C10) * V9 AND V > ABS(C10 < C11) * V10 AND ((ABS(O / AVGC10 - 1) <= .03 AND (O >= AVGC10 OR (O < AVGC10 AND C > AVGC10))) OR (ABS(O / AVGC50 - 1) <= .03 AND (O >= AVGC50 OR (O < AVGC50 AND C > AVGC50))))

Thanks Bruce! can we also add to v17 "close of candle is above 50dma in both cases?" Appreciate it.

Yi

Topic: Indicator for Pocket Pivots that originate near 10 or 50 day moving average
Posted: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 9:50:26 AM

Hello!

I&#39;m looking for a modification to the following pocket pivot formula to make it so it only triggers when the open of the candle that the pocket pivot occurs on is within 3% above or below:

the 50 day moving average

and/or the 10 day moving average.

And if it opens below the average, is it possible to only trigger if it crosses above the average?

Is it possible to combine the two moving average conditions (and/or 10ma or 50ma) into one formula?

Current pocket pivot formula:

C > C1 AND V > ABS(C1 < C2) * V1 AND V > ABS(C2 < C3) * V2 AND V > ABS(C3 < C4) * V3 AND V > ABS(C4 < C5) * V4 AND V > ABS(C5 < C6) * V5 AND V > ABS(C6 < C7) * V6 AND V > ABS(C7 < C8) * V7 AND V > ABS(C8 < C9) * V8 AND V > ABS(C9 < C10) * V9 AND V > ABS(C10 < C11) * V10

Thank you!

Yi

Topic: Formula to detect if a condition was met within last 5 days
Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017 5:43:37 PM

Nevermind, I figured it out

Topic: Formula to detect if a condition was met within last 5 days
Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017 4:46:37 AM

Hi, I was wondering how to create an watchlist column that shows a checkmark if this formula is true in any of the the last 5 trading days.

C > C1 AND V > ABS(C1 < C2) * V1 AND V > ABS(C2 < C3) * V2 AND V > ABS(C3 < C4) * V3 AND V > ABS(C4 < C5) * V4 AND V > ABS(C5 < C6) * V5 AND V > ABS(C6 < C7) * V6 AND V > ABS(C7 < C8) * V7 AND V > ABS(C8 < C9) * V8 AND V > ABS(C9 < C10) * V9 AND V > ABS(C10 < C11) * V10

Thanks!