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Topic: How to Call Relative Strength (with SPY) ?
Posted: Monday, May 07, 2018 2:49:38 AM

QUOTE (bcochrane)

in a PCF, C gives you the Closing price of the current bar.

C1 gives you the closing price of the previous bar

 May 4, 2015 would be (single quotes required): '05/04/2015' or in your example

C'01/05/2018'

There is a quick summary of the PCF syntax here

http://forums.worden.com/default.aspx?g=posts&t=66280

Thanks.

Topic: How to Call Relative Strength (with SPY) ?
Posted: Saturday, May 05, 2018 1:04:32 AM

QUOTE (Bruce_L)

There isn't a way to reference another symbol in a Personal Criteria Formula. If you want to make a conditon based on Relative Strength, you would need to click on the indicator on the chart and select Create Condition.

Then how to refer to a price of a specific ticker? Like the Close pirce of $SPY on Jan 05, 2018?

Thanks.

Topic: How to Call Relative Strength (with SPY) ?
Posted: Friday, May 04, 2018 10:05:56 AM

Please help.

How to Call the Relative Strength in your formula?

Topic: Mac Crossover for Tc2000
Posted: Wednesday, August 23, 2017 9:07:55 AM

Does someone have any ideas about how to run Tc2000 while Crossover on Mac?

Crossover is a software make windows app running on Mac.

Topic: How can I get data rankings from IBD? Do not want those rankings calculated from basic fundamental d
Posted: Monday, June 20, 2016 3:26:02 AM

Is there any API that I can just get the RS Ranking or EPS Rankings from IBD.

I don't want to calculate rankings from the raw fundamental datas from tc2000.

Is there a way? Whether tc2000 or stockfinder?

Thanks.

Topic: Relative Strength coding
Posted: Saturday, June 04, 2016 9:16:31 PM

How to add Real Code with V16

Topic: Relative Strength coding
Posted: Saturday, June 04, 2016 8:33:37 PM

How to add Real Code with V16

Topic: Net Income Per Share v.s. Adjusted Earning Per Share
Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2016 9:14:31 PM

QUOTE (Bruce_L)

Thank you for your suggestion.

Please at least let me know whether you would consider it or not.

I do not need your "THX", what I need is your response.

Topic: Net Income Per Share v.s. Adjusted Earning Per Share
Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2016 11:18:34 AM

EPS Datas from "MorningStar" and "Zacks.com" are quite different. Here is why.

The EPS Datas from "MoningStar" are Net Income Per Share, which may include non operating income.

And the EPS Datas from "Zacks.com" are Adjusted Earnings Per Share, which excludes those non recurring income.

Below is the evidence.

Ticker "OFS", for the latest 2 Qrs ended Mar, 2016:

EPS from "MornningStar": 0.24, 0.64

link: http://financials.morningstar.com/income-statement/is.html?t=OFS&region=usa&culture=en-US

EPS from "Zacks.com": 0.38, 0.46

link: https://www.zacks.com/stock/research/ofs/earnings-announcements?tab=webcasts

And you can get both those datas from "OFS"'s Quarterly Report.

2016Q1: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ofs-capital-posts-1q-profit-120629524.html

2015Q4: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ofs-capital-posts-4q-profit-135116930.html

You can clearly see the diffence between those datas of Net Income Per Share and Adjusted Earning Per Share.

And I also find those datas from "Nasdaq.com", "Investing.com" and "Zacks.com" are the same.

And "MornningStar" and "MarketWatch.com" are the same.

Could you please also get EPS datas from Zacks.com, and name it Adjusted EPS?

So that we could use whichever we want.

Currently I have to download EPS datas by myself and analyze those in Excel. Quite inconvenient.

Thanks.

Topic: About EPS Data
Posted: Sunday, May 01, 2016 8:40:09 AM

QUOTE (BillÇochrane)

QUOTE (davelzr)

They just don't care about your reasonable requests.

My feeling is different than yours. Like all software products, there is competition amongst different issuees/suggestions for scarce resources, and even when a solution is identified, it takes considerable time to implement and test the solution to the point it can be released.  I'm betting we'll see a solution

I partially agree with you.

But you know what, this EPS problem has been brought out since 2013. I could understand all software products would have some flaws. But a problem like this? And flaws for such a long time since 2013? They just don't want to solve problems related to fundamentals.