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Hi, Bruce. I'm not sure where I went wrong, but these work well and with some adjustment of the percent do what's needed. Thank you very much for the help.
Hi, Bruce. Thanks. Yes, the last paragraph you wrote was essentially what I'm trying to do. I have been using H > MAXH49.1 for the period.
What's the condition for "close crossing below 3 x ATR1 is true"? My attempts to do this simple check are not giving an expected result. Thank you very much.
I'd like a dropdown to change TimeFrames for an entire watchlist/scan at once.
Bruce, thank you so much for this solution. It works just as needed. Thank you, again.
Is it possible to calculate weekly historical volatility?
If so, could I please be helped with:
a. a forumal for weekly vol in general?
b. a formula to output the value for 12 week (3 month) vol?
What I'm heading toward is how to evaluate daily vol versus weekly vol. In a third question, is it possible to generate a ratio of weekly vol to daily vol over the same period, say, 12 weeks? I would like to know whether the daily vol over 12 weeks is larger or smaller than the weekly vol over the same period, and by how much.
Thank you very much for any ideas.
In Windows, you can add multiple timezones to the taskbar, one of which can be in the trading timezone of your choice. I know this isn't "adding a market clock" to TC2000, but it tells time and is a clock on your computer.
Yes, perfect. Thank you so much, Bruce.
Bruce, I just got a moment now to reply after being in and out. Thank you for revisiting the idea and addressing my questions.
I have added the "current" version (the most recent formula from you above) and added it to the pane. I think this version seems more responsive to suggesting a level for the next price change and I think having both actually does help interpret a specific condition.
Would I need only to add 1 to the mLR formula to generate the same?
I'll review bustermu's links as suggested. I remember seeing them before and I'll refresh.
My sincere thanks for everything. You are a giant asset to this service.
No, I do not have a concern about the math, to say the least. I'm grateful for the explanations and understand about interpretation. I'll continue to review. Thank you again for everything, Bruce.