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i create a pcf to scan for candlestick whose:
1) body is at least 67% of range
2) close in the top 1/3 of range
came up with this:
seems to work fine, but do you see a better pcf variation?
Sorry Bruce, would you kindly also provide the bearish version for both the pinbar and the icecream?
Thank you Bruce! You are awesome! :)
If the use of ABS() is a must, then lets go ahead with that option.
i tried editing the hangman PCF >>
ABS(C >= O) * O + ABS(C < O) * C - L >= 2 * ABS(C - O) AND (C + O) / 2 - L > 2 * (H - (C + O) / 2) AND ABS(C - O) > .01
But i could not figure out how to have the body reside in top 1/3 of range.
Please advise on how to create the script for the following
1) the open and close happens only in the top 1/3 of the candle range.
2) does matter if close above/below open, as long as body resides in top 1/3 of range.
3) without using ABS()
Bullish Icecream Bar:
1) the body is at least 50% of range
2) close must be in top 1/3 of range
3) without using ABS ()
its ok, after some digging i found it here :
AVGwx.z -> Simple Moving Average of Price Component or Volume over a specified span of bars ending on the specified bar (w must be O, H, L, C or V).
I am quite new to TC2000 v17. And I chanced upon the Harami script providedin one of the links here. It goes like this :
(C1-O1)>=.7*(H1-L1) AND (H1-L1)>= (AVGH10.1-AVGL10.1) AND (C<O) AND (O<C1) AND (C>O1) AND (O-C)<=.6*(C1-O1)
What does the 10.1 that comes after AVGH and AVGL means?