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That is exactly what I thought -- just using some kind of heuristic to approximate it, like a typical factor. I think that might be acceptable to do and then to check against a chart visually. At least for now.
Thank you very much for all of the help. Much appreciated.
Yes, this makes sense. Thank you.
Sadly, one last question on this topic. I think I know the answer, but there isn't a way to count the number of daily bars since a cross of the 10-month average, correct?
That works well, thank you, Bruce.
I assume as before the "100" is the number of bars the formula includes in its lookback, yes? If so, please remind me the max number of bars I could use this formula on in a daily scenario.
On a related note, is there documentation somewhere that outlines the max number of bars that can be used in a formula under various intraday, daily, and longer-than-daily timeframes?
Thank you, Bruce.
Hello. Could I please be helped with the formula for:
count of bars since crossing above 10EMA?
Preferably including the current bar, obviously, if it's still above.
Thank you very much.
Hi, Bruce. Perfect as typical. Thank you very much for the help. Hope you had a nice weekend.
Hello. For the DEMA indicator below, could I please be helped with a formula for a change of condition of negative to positive on the most recent event possible?
And if it's a matter of just reversing it, the "positive to negative" as well, please?
207945 / 5324 * XAVGC6 + 21 / 4 * XAVG(XAVGC8,8) + 96 / 121 * XAVG(XAVGC17,17) + 4905 / 484 * XAVG(XAVGC6,6) - 217 / 4 * XAVGC8 - 1312 / 1331 * XAVGC17
Yes, Bruce. I think this gets at the idea perfectly. It summarized the evaluation. Thank you!
Hi, Bruce. I've looked over the links but none does what I'm looking for. Is there a way to calculate something like the "average bars spent in drawdown over x bars"? In this case, I call any new high the price to beat.
Ah, oops. I actually knew that. I'm not sure if it matters that I knew that, since knowing that didn't change what I did.
Thanks again, Bruce. Have a nice weekend.
I see, so not a system limit (like, say, an absolutely max lookback) It just defines the end limit to include for the formula itself. If I change that, does anything else need to change?
One related question: Have I correctly used EMA8 in the same formula below?