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I added the Dow Jones Indexes (Realtime), but it did not include SPX (symbol SP-500) real time. It only updates DJ-30 in real time. Should I be getting SPX in real time?
Since I switched to TC2000 almost a year ago, I've appreciated just about everything the program does. Except the Trend Line drawing tool. It's very clunky, and not easy to deal with. Sometimes when you try to grab the lines, they don't move; you have to try several times. They appear to snap to an invisible grid, and they're definitely placed differently in different timeframes. It's very annoying.
1) Is there a way to 'smooth out' the performance, to make the line placement and action more precise? Like some kind of way to release the snap-to-grid action?
2) Is there a way to draw a line on a symbol's chart and avoid having it display on a different chart? Even using the color coding symbol links, those lines are fixed for that symbol, no mater what kind of chart I create.
Thanks for sending this, Bruce; and also thanks for your help with the indicators.
I tried adding the PCFs as plots to a chart and got interesting results. Please send me a copy of a chart containing your interpretation of the Mean Reversion indicator via TCMail.
Would you say that MCD fits your original criteria: a more or less parabolic move, then a definite fail below the 10 MA? The weekly chart you suggested along the way seems to confirm that.
Wonder if it's only the first domino to fall...
Could you please send me a copy of your Elder Impulse System?
Bruce, if you get a chance, please pass this along to the developers/architects. I just want to say how well-designed TC2000 is in terms of performance. Sure, there are occasional latency issues, especially in times of high volume and volatility. But I've been running it alternating on three different computers for 6-7 months while monitoring the amount of resources it uses. TC2000 is the most consistent and least invasive of the online programs I use daily. It's amazingly compact and responsive for all that it accomplishes. The load balancing between servers and desktop is nicely handled. I really appreciate that even though it's a little quirky and has a feel like a house that's been added to over the years, the overall drain on my systems is a lot less than it could be. Thanks, from me to the development gang!
That's perfect—thanks, Bruce!