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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2018 2:35:19 PM

Hi Bruce,

Could you please  send  me  the latest TTM squeeze? No rush. Thank you.

 

Topic: Double and Triple Exponential Moving Averages
Posted: Monday, November 19, 2018 1:48:20 PM

Thank you, Bruce.

Topic: EWO
Posted: Monday, November 19, 2018 1:47:33 PM

Thank you, Bruce.

Topic: Double and Triple Exponential Moving Averages
Posted: Sunday, November 18, 2018 7:47:34 AM

Hi Bruce,

A few questions:

(With no offset) is there inherently less lag with the Triple Exponential Moving Average compared to the Double?

I'm looking for the least 'laggy' MA (other than the Hull) that I can place on charts and adjust periods easily. I'm currently using the Hull MA with OK results, but if I can get contrasting information in a separate chart, it might be interesting.

I created a TEMA using the Help page, and put it to Offset -1 to see if it would work. It doesn't blow up, anyway (lol). The formula I used is:

3 * XAVGC20.-1 -  3 * XAVG(XAVGC20.-1, 20) + XAVG(XAVG(XAVGC20.-1, 20), 20)

If I changed the -1 to -3 (or even -10) does it become less laggy? Will it give accurate results or will the program 'govern' it if my formula becomes too outrageous?

Given that I'm looking for the least lag possible, is there any advantage to using the DEMA over the TEMA?

Is there any MA that is less laggy than the Hull?

Can I adjust the Hull formula to be less laggy?

I've read a little about Bill Williams' Alligator Indicator. Is that available in TC2000? If I use 2-3 TEMAs of various periods, would I be simulating it anyway?

Thanks in advance for your answers.

Topic: EWO
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2018 2:18:53 PM

Other than the Elliott Wave Oscillator, are there any other Elliott Wave features in TC2000 v18?

Thank you.

Topic: Percent of Stocks Above 20-Day Average
Posted: Tuesday, November 06, 2018 10:28:51 AM

Thanks, Bruce!

Topic: Percent of Stocks Above 20-Day Average
Posted: Tuesday, November 06, 2018 10:14:10 AM

Thank you for replying. T2108 says "% Stocks Above 40 Day Pma." Does the "P" in Pma signify anything other than "S" in SMA for Simple Moving Average?

 

Bruce,

Maybe I shouldn't have said, "something like this." Actually I'm interested in what I initially wrote.

Does TC2000 have an indicator Percent of Stocks Above 20-Day Average, or could you please create a PCF that would display it?

Thank you.

Topic: Percent of Stocks Above 20-Day Average
Posted: Saturday, November 03, 2018 12:37:15 PM

Hi Bruce,

Barchart.com has a chart that can come in handy on a 3-12 month basis:  $MMTW - Percent of Stocks Above 20-Day Average (https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/$MMTW/technical-chart)

I've searched the forum on MMTW and $MMTW. Nothing came up. Does TC2000 have something like this, or could you please create a PCF that would display it? Thank you.

Topic: VWAP display on indices
Posted: Saturday, November 03, 2018 8:04:29 AM

Hi Bruce,

When I plot VWAP on an intraday chart for a stock or ETF, it works as expected. But when I plot it on an index like SPX, because TC2000 does not provide intraday volume, VWAP appears as a line version of price. It's very muddy-looking.

I suppose that's sort of to be expected as well, because VWAP depends on volume. But it makes VWAP useless if one is often switching between indices and securities intraday.

1) Is there a way to display VWAP on intraday charts of indices accurately? Or...

2) is there a calcuation to suppress the display of VWAP entirely when the chart carries no intraday volume? (looks like Edit -> Create Condition might be where this could happen, I guess)

I would prefer #1, of course. But #2 would be OK if it's the only way to deal with this. Otherwise, VWAP—an important intraday indicator—is useless.

As always, thank you very much!

Topic: Archive trendlines
Posted: Tuesday, May 01, 2018 1:27:36 PM

OK, thanks.