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Profile: bitpk
User Name: bitpk
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Topic: Options Price History
Posted: Thursday, April 04, 2019 9:45:52 PM

I notice that thinkorswim gives me more data for 1 min interval (up to 30 days back) but it looks like you guys only have it up to 1 day back? I'm trying to get the richest data source possible, thanks!

Topic: Style and color of options chart
Posted: Thursday, April 04, 2019 9:31:39 PM

How do I change the style and color of the options chart? I want the options chart to be candle stick and colored red and green like I have for the normal chart. Don't see an option to change the plot style for the options chart, thanks!

Topic: Options Price History
Posted: Tuesday, April 02, 2019 9:06:42 PM

How far back do options pricing history go? For some reason it only goes back 2 days or up to a month for some. I have the live options price service on. Thanks Bruce!

Topic: Crypto
Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2019 1:47:21 PM

Hi Bruce,


Is there a way to import custom data feeds to TC2000 and have tc2000 scan those? Trying to somehow use the capabilities of tc2000 for crypto.

Do you know an alternative to tc2000 that supports crypto? Looking for a service that supprots PCFs Thanks

Topic: Cryptocurrency / Altcoins
Posted: Sunday, October 07, 2018 9:56:10 PM

Hi Team,


Is there a way we can scan cryptocurrencies/altcoins? These guys have some charts but no way to scan:



Topic: Short way to write permutations?
Posted: Thursday, October 04, 2018 10:07:39 AM

Hi Bruce/Worden Team,


I have a few variables that have a lot of permutations. I was wondering whether there was a quicker way to generate them? i.e.:

Permuation 1


Permuation 2


Permuation 3


Hope that clarifies the variables + permutations.
I have 2 questions with that context:
Question 1. Can I write a PCF/EasyScan that can scan for Perm 1 OR Perm 2 OR Perm 3 - and show me the results for all in one scan?
Question 2. Is there a way to write the formula itself in a less taxing manner for example MAXH(5 to 50).(3 to 30)>MAXH(30 to 80).(10 to 40)
I'm trying avoid writing the formulas for every permutation. Thanks!


Topic: test
Posted: Thursday, May 29, 2014 4:33:37 PM