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Could I also have a copy of the most recent workaround for BOP colors on the price chart?
Thank you in advance!
Thank you Bruce for the shorter form.
So , I see my mistake, I was comparing Apples to Tomatoes and coming up with mystery meat. I was wanting to check the MACD histogram on a 8,18 schedule, but then checking only the MACD 8,18.
Here is what I now have, which I'm sure can be compressed:
IIF(MACD(8,18)-XAVG(MACD(8,18),6)>MACD(8,18,1)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,1),6) AND MACD(8,18,1)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,1),6)= LEAST((MACD(8,18,1)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,1),6)),(MACD(8,18,2)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,2),6)),(MACD(8,18,3)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,3),6)),(MACD(8,18,4)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,4),6)),(MACD(8,18,5)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,5),6)))
First thing, first. I know that this is your job, but anyways: THANK YOU for YOUR GREAT SUPPORT.
I am trying to code for the MACD HISTOGRAM (8,18) with a rsi6 bouncing up from its 5 day max low. This is what I have so far and it almost works:
IIF(MACD(8,18)-XAVG(MACD(8,18),9)>MACD(8,18,1)-XAVG(MACD(8,18,1),9) AND MACD(8,18,1)=MIN(MACD(8,18),5) AND MACD(8,18,1)<0,4,1/0)
for example VRA is TRUE on 7/17 not 7/16 ; 8/3 not 7/31
What have I done wrong?
I will check back, later. Thanks.
As always, Thanks Bruce (and the whole team).
It's a great system.
I coded, what I thought was, Linear Regression Slope for 1 yr:
6 * (FAVGC250.1 - AVGC250.1) / (250 - 1)
While it is allowing me to look at yearly bullish or bearish stocks, the idividual stock's sloping LinReg line seems to be different. Is this code correct for yearly Linear Regression?
Thanks Bruce for a quick response!
Back from vacation and back to coding.
Question: is there a quick way in PCF to determine if the stock market is open? I find that the daily signals are questionable for open stock markets.
It's been cleared up, that there is no way to transfer the PCF function value to an exportable file.
Thanks anyways and please make this a request for the next version enhancement.
I havebeen able to create several PCF functlons which can run under a sortable column and which can run as histograms on a graph. The data that I create, I would like to export to a file, containing all symbols in a watchlist with : SYMbol; Value. Is this possible in TC2000?