YOURE THE MAN PENNY. Im no genius, but I know a few.

Need help with a formula: If possible
XAVG34C moving up between 060 degrees over the last 5 bars.
XAVG34C moving down between 120180 degrees over the last 5 bars

Bruce,
can you send a copy of the TTM Squeeze indicator please

Thank you so much guys. I just got back from work to see that you guys were the ones that were really working. I really appreciate the time that you've taken to help out. Hopefully I can do the same one day.

Actually probably, but im trying to find a substitute for the Propulsion Indicator by Carter/Raghee. Cant really find the formula for that yet.

NEED HELLP WITH FORMULA
The formula for DeMarker Indicator is:
Calculating DeMax (i).
If HIGH (i) > HIGH (i  1), DeMax (i) = HIGH (i)  HIGH (i  1), otherwise DeMax (i) = 0.
Calculating DeMin (i).
If LOW (i) < LOW (i  1), DeMin (i) = LOW (i  1)  LOW (i), otherwise DeMin (i) = 0.
Calculating value of the DeMarker  DMark (i):
DMark (i) = SMA (DeMax, N) / (SMA (DeMax, N) + SMA (DeMin, N)).
Where: HIGH (i)  the highest price of the current bar;
LOW (i)  the lowest price of the current bar;
HIGH (i  1)  the highest price of the previous bar;
LOW (i  1)  the lowest price the previous bar;
SMA  simple moving average;
N  number of periods used for the calculation.
Thus, the DeMarker Indicator based on the following comparisons: if the maximum of the current bar is higher than the maximum price of the previous bar, then the corresponding difference is recorded. If the maximum price of the current bar is equal to or below the maximum of the previous bar, then register a zero value. Then, the differences obtained for the period are summarized. The resulting number becomes the numerator of the Demark Indicator and divided by the same value plus the sum of the differences between the minimum prices of the previous and the current bars for the period.
Propulsion Indicator
1. Select an appropriate time interval "X" (the standard is 14 days);
2. Find DeMax: (current high price)  (previous period's high price). If the value is not greater than zero, DeMax always returns zero;
3. Find DeMin: (previous period's low price)  (current low price). If the value is not greater than zero, DeMin always returns zero;
4. DeMarker Indicator = MovAvg(DeMax) / (MovAvg(DeMax) + MovAvg(DeMin))

Propulsion Indicator
1. Select an appropriate time interval "X" (the standard is 14 days);
2. Find DeMax: (current high price)  (previous period's high price). If the value is not greater than zero, DeMax always returns zero;
3. Find DeMin: (previous period's low price)  (current low price). If the value is not greater than zero, DeMin always returns zero;
4. DeMarker Indicator = MovAvg(DeMax) / (MovAvg(DeMax) + MovAvg(DeMin))

Trader Lady,
Great advice about the plotting historgrams. You might be my second google.

UnclePennyBags. I don't need Google. My wife knows everything.
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