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Thanks, Bruce. That helps. This is definitely a cool feature.
"Track market sentiment by watching stocks flow between your scans"
Is there an example or a screenshot of what this feature looks/behaves like? It sounds interesting.
Thank you very much.
Somewhat exhausted here.
Based on your description of 2, it rings a bell. I have used that idea for marking volatility ranges, but using a variety of bands rather than MAs. I think you are correct here. I often midpoints as markers. I use the 8EMA as somewhat arbitary starting point for a variety of evaluations. In this case, I think I mixed the two.
So, your clarification I think has clarified. It's likely that I simply wrote a variation of it for 1.
Thanks again, Bruce.
"I really don't know why anybody would have written those formulas."
Sadly, I am probably responsible for them. I'm not sure what I had in mind, either. I'm not disciplined enough about good helper descriptions.
Thanks for the clarification and help, Bruce. Much appreciated. Hope you had a good weekend.
Which of these is correct for "percent above/below EMA8"? I realized I had been using both in different spots.
(C - XAVGC8 ) / (XAVGC8) / 2 * 100
(C - XAVGC8 ) / ((C + XAVGC8) / 2)*100
Whichever is *not* expressing "pct above ema", what is it evaluating?
Perfect. Thanks again, Bruce.
Thank you very much, Bruce.
Can I write this myself to go further back by following the pattern, or is 100 the max? Purely curious, further days probably not needed as yet.
I was recently helped with a range evaluation question and have a similar evaluation.
How would one count the number of bars back from the current bar, where the count is true if the preceding bar is smaller in range than the most recent bar? That is, count each bar going backward until the count is stopped by a bar larger in range than the current bar. So a count of "5" means that there are 5 bars back that are smaller in range than the current bar, but the 6th is larger.
Is this possible?
Thanks, Bruce. I knew it came down to using bar counts but I wasn't certain of how to put it together.
Thank you very much for the help. Works just as needed.