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It's the end of your day, so I'll try following up tomorrow by sending you the layout+chart to TC mail. I'll work on it tonight to see if I clear it up myself. Thanks, Bruce.
Bruce, I've confused myself.
1. I've plotted the B-R, R-B Hull8 trend changes as above. They're plotted right on the chart candlesticks. Looks good. This is the "Hull trend".
2. "Next Hull change": I've also plotted the "based on current value, where would Hull8 next change to red or blue" formula you helped me with last week. I use a "last value horizontal" line for:
(51 * C1 + 186 * (C2 + C3) + 78 * C4 + 6 * C5 - 115 * C - 30 * (C6 + C7) - 15 * C8 - 5 * C9) / 312
The "next change" line *appears" to be correct. It's always below a blue dot and above a red dot relative to the last "Hull Trend" value. But if I change the scaling of the Next Hull to "by itself" (rather than the symbol", I get a completely different value.
Why does changing the scaling produce a different price value?
[didn't know that, but someday!]
Impossible to thank you enough, Bruce. I'm really appreciative of the help and explanations. Have a great weekend.
[a "subscribe" feature in the forums would be handy for update notifications.]
I'm interested in this thread and would like to understand it more clearly. I saw it a while ago.
Is it possible to do someting similar for getting the price at which Hull8 changed from red to green and vice-versa?
Thank you very much.
Perfect as always. Thanks, Bruce. Have a nice weekend.
Hi, Bruce. When convenient, could I please have the formula for hull50 turning green and vice versa? I hope you're well.
Oops, yes, 1600. Thank you Bruce and StockGuy. Much appreciated.
Bruce, to revisit this briefly, am I correctly using the following to output the highest 100-day HV as evaluated over the most recent 10 bars?
Ok, thanks for looking over it, Bruce. Much appreciated.
I dream of being able to upload a .csv to draw horizontal lines on a chart.