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Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Thursday, January 31, 2019 10:22:34 AM

Thanks very much Bruce - I appreciate your help.

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Thursday, January 31, 2019 9:22:56 AM

Hello Bruce,

I'm writing a Condition PCF and would like to add this filter:

- The scan results should not include stocks which have made 5 or more consecutive daily highs.

It would be good if I could change the number of daily highs myself later on.

Many thanks,

Chris 

 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2018 11:14:58 AM

Thanks very much, Bruce.

Wish you really good holidays. 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Thursday, December 20, 2018 10:31:30 AM

Hi Bruce,

I couldn't get this to work with "Create a Condition" on the chart. I would like to create Condition PCFs for:

1) The PMO(21,13,7) crossing up the PMO(35,20,10)

and another Condition PCF for:

2) The PMO(21,13,7) crossing down the PMO(35,20,10)

- I'm not using the EMA's (3rd parameter) here, just these formulas:

1000 * XAVG(XAVG(C / C1 - 1, 20), 12)

1000 * XAVG(XAVG(C / C1 - 1, 34), 19)
 
- Lastly, how could I write these formulas with a Hull MA instead of an EMA?
 
Many thanks,
Chris 

 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018 12:14:55 PM

Thanks Bruce, for clariying. Have a nice weekend. Chris 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018 11:41:28 AM

Many thanks Bruce - I'll give it a try.

I'm not sure about this, but wasn't there a way to make a condition (like the compound condition I created with the Fisher/SMI/StochRSI) into an indicator without re-writing it?

Kind regards,

Chris 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018 11:14:42 AM

OK, thanks,

Would it be possible to have the same type of histogramm indicator just for the 7-period Aroon Oscillator, whereby a +1 histo bar would symbolize an oscillator reading >+70 and a -1 histo bar would mean <-70.? In this case only these two states +1 and -1.

Kind regards,

Chris 

 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, November 23, 2018 10:03:24 AM

Hello Bruce.

I made an indicator using "Create Condition" which is:

- The Fisher Transform (5 period) from the source below:

-  The SMI Ergodic Oscillator (7, 13, 5) which itself is sourced from:

-  The StochRSI (7, 7, 3)

I drew the 0 line for the Fisher but would like to create a histogram (+1 to -1) in order to be able to chart (a) when the Fisher crosses the 0 Line up (= +1 histo bar), and (b) when the Fisher crosses the 0 line down (-1), with no values in between. So this histogram is either at +1, 0 (if no cross) or -1.

Could you help me with the formula for charting this histogram for the existing (compound) indicator (Fisher, SMI Ergo, StochRSI)?

Thanks very much and kind regards,

Chris 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, October 19, 2018 3:28:27 PM

Sorry, I see you&#39;ve taken that into account. Thanks for all your help. Chris 

Topic: Ichimuko test in progress
Posted: Friday, October 19, 2018 9:24:41 AM

Thanks much Bruce,

I may have noticed something in your formula:

The Spread (BBBOT - EMA13 uses 0.2, 20 for the BB). However the Spread is the source of a &#39;second&#39; BB which uses the different parameters 0.55 and 21.

It is within the bottom to the center line of this second BB that we are looking to find the EMA13, and if present, it should be lower today than 3 bars ago.

I&#39;m seeing pretty consistent 0.2 bandwidth parameters?

Thanks,

Chris