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Topic: Scanning Multiple Time Frames
Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2018 12:15:35 AM

I'm mostly interested in using TC2000 to scan for trade opportunities based on critieria I've already created.

That critieria requires that certain elements of technical analysis appear at the same time on 3 different time frames (1-day bar chart, 3-day bar chart and 9 day bar chart).

Is is possible to create a criteria based on technical analysis indicators for more than one time interval concurrently?

Thank you so much. 

Topic: Creating my own Custom Indicator
Posted: Thursday, August 16, 2018 12:12:30 AM

I have my own custom indicator programmed in another charting platform and want to use it in TC2000. 

The indicator requires counting "Wave" highs and lows (similar to plotting wave counts on price for Elliott Waves, but I do it on MACD). 

My question: Does TC2000 coding language have the ability for me to create, or even have custom programmed, an indicator so I can plot TEXT in the indicator subgraph?

Thank you! 

Topic: up/down volume
Posted: Wednesday, March 24, 2010 1:34:52 AM
I was looking through the indexes and found the advancers vs. decliners for several markets (Nasdaq, etc.).
but I also would like to see the up vs. down volume and couldn't find it. All I could find is one index for up volume and another for down volume, but none that compared the 2 in one index. Is that available.

Also, I want it on an intraday time interval. But when I look at the up volume or down volume indexes it only plots a chart on the daily interval, but not intraday. Is that information not available for intraday charts?

Thanks,

mmentors
Topic: Easy Scan for Weekly Charts
Posted: Friday, January 27, 2006 8:31:21 PM
Thanks Doug,

A quick, professional reply as usual!

The video helped a lot.
Topic: Easy Scan for Weekly Charts
Posted: Friday, January 27, 2006 7:17:43 PM

I want to be able to do scans for technical setups on the 4-Day Charts.

I love the Easy Scan Feature, but it automatically scans for the parameters
on Daily Charts. Is it possible to scan for techncial setups based on a 4-Day
Chart ... looking for things like Stochastics Overbought/Oversold?

Thank you


Topic: Encrypt PCFs
Posted: Sunday, January 08, 2006 12:59:06 PM
Craig,

Thanks for the quick reply.

That's what I thought, but wanted to make sure.
Topic: Encrypt PCFs
Posted: Saturday, January 07, 2006 11:50:42 PM
Is it possible for me to export a Custom Indicator that I create and share the file with others,
but encrypt it so others can use the indicator, but not see the formula?

How do I export the file?
How do I encrypt it?

Thank you
Topic: Indicator of an indicator
Posted: Monday, December 12, 2005 7:35:06 PM
Thanks Craig,

Wow, you're fast! Very impressive.

Yes, I like the parameters of the 10,3. I did as you said and it is VERY, VERY close, but still a little off in a few areas. Not sure why. Will keep tweaking. Let me know if anything comes to mind.
Topic: Indicator of an indicator
Posted: Monday, December 12, 2005 5:50:30 PM
I'm brand new to TC2000 and am trying to create a custom indicator that I use in other programs. Basically it's a 3 period exponential moving average of a stochastic of a stochastic, but I haven't been able to figure out the way to write it in TC2000.
I've gotten close, but am not getting the same oscillator pattern.

Here's the formula I use in another program:

P0:=Mov(((C-LLV(L,10))/(HHV(H,10)-LLV(L,10)))*100,3,E);

A0:=Mov(((P0-LLV(P0,10))/(HHV(P0,10)-LLV(P0,10)))*100,3,E);
A0;


Basically it creates an indicator "PO" by subtracting the Lowest Lows of 10 periods from the Close ..., etc.

Then after that calculation is done for "PO", I use that formula as part of the second formula "A0" and then just plot "AO."

I really love TC2000 and would like to be able to use this indicator with it if possible.

Can anyone help me reproduce this in TC2000 please?

Topic: Multiple Time Frames
Posted: Tuesday, December 06, 2005 6:05:12 PM
How would one create a scan that would find stocks that have an indicator,
such as the RSI, below 50 and angling up on the DAILY, WEEKLY and MONTHLY
charts at the same time?

I always use multiple time frame charts and would love to be able to scan
for setups and only be presented with a list that meets my criteria on
all 3 time frames, rather than scanning for a setup on one time frame and
then having to look through a huge number of charts to see if the other
time frames align.

Is this possible?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,