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Very clever. Thanks.
I am assuming that I could do something similer with any indicator that has a function or Indicateor Formula Template but I would need to use a condition and two columns for things like PSAR or Ergodic.
Is that correct? If not correct how would I do something similer for PSAR or the Ergodic indicater? Currently I am using conditions and one column for up and one column for down crossings.
I am trying to make a series of color coded columns. For example, the column would be green if MACD crossed up within the last three periods, red if MACD crossed down in last three periods and yellow otherwise. I can handle the colors with the properties. But how to make an indicator that is +1 under one condition, -1 under another, and zero otherwise. Any help would be appreciated.
Is there a way to refresh all the columns at once. When I change column sets, I have to click on each column one at a time.
Using TC2000V16 end of day. Columns set for Realtime Refesh.
Can I write a multicriteria scan and save it as a condition so I can use it as a column.
Example +DI > DI and ADX > 25 to show as a green dot in a column
The formula "lowestsince( 2, cross(c,mov(c,10,s), close )" returns lowest value of the close since the second most recent occurrence of the close crossing above its 10-day moving average.
I am using something other than close but if I could do it for close I might be able to do it for any other indicator.
What I want is the lowest value of the function since the last time it crossed the zero line.
I can use a rule to see when Close moves above its 10 day MA. If I move the Rule to a column I can get #Bars since True. Can I get at this #bars since True in Real Code?
If I could I could use price.MinClose(#bars since true) or something like that.
For something other than close. Can I use something like the System.Math.min function.