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Topic: BOP and price integration
Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 8:12:19 PM

Hello Bruce,

Could I also have a copy of the most recent  workaround for BOP colors on the price chart?

Thank you in advance!

HarleyBD

Topic: MACD HISTOGRAM Pivoting up
Posted: Tuesday, October 09, 2018 6:08:31 PM

Thank you  Bruce for the shorter form.

HarleyBD

Topic: MACD HISTOGRAM Pivoting up
Posted: Tuesday, October 09, 2018 12:51:13 PM

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)))
 AND MACD(8,18)-XAVG(MACD(8,18),6)<0,4,0)
 

 

Topic: MACD HISTOGRAM Pivoting up
Posted: Tuesday, October 09, 2018 8:29:21 AM

Hi Bruce,

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?

Thanks

HarleyBD

Topic: Linear Regression Code
Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2018 12:13:45 PM

I will check back, later.  Thanks.

As always, Thanks Bruce (and the whole team).
 

It&#39;s a great system.

Topic: Linear Regression Code
Posted: Thursday, September 27, 2018 10:27:37 AM

Hi Bruce,

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&#39;s sloping LinReg line seems to be different.  Is this code correct for yearly Linear Regression?  

Best Regards

 

Topic: Wall Street Open?
Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2018 11:31:11 AM

Thanks Bruce for a quick response! 

Thank you

Topic: Wall Street Open?
Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2018 11:00:14 AM

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.

 

 

Topic: Exporting PCF data
Posted: Tuesday, August 07, 2018 10:17:57 AM

It&#39;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.

 

Topic: Exporting PCF data
Posted: Monday, August 06, 2018 7:30:50 PM

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?