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Topic: slope of the regression line
Posted: Thursday, January 29, 2015 6:35:49 PM

Thanks Bruce

Topic: slope of the regression line
Posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 5:23:56 PM

I have been trying to plot the slope of three regression lines, a 10 day, a 20 day and a 40 day line.  For some reason, I can’t get the plots to appear,  I want to test the cross overs as signals for buy and sell

Data source – linear regression 40

Period – 39 days (however the period does not seem to have an effect when the data source is 39 or 1 day.

(19.5 * C + 18.5 * C1 + 17.5 * C2 + 16.5 * C3 + 15.5 * C4 + 14.5 * C5 + 13.5 * C6 + 12.5 * C7 + 11.5 * C8 + 10.5 * C9 + 9.5 * C10 + 8.5 * C11 + 7.5 * C12 + 6.5 * C13 + 5.5 * C14 + 4.5 * C15 + 3.5 * C16 + 2.5 * C17 + 1.5 * C18 + .5 * C19 - .5 * C20 - 1.5 * C21 - 2.5 * C22 - 3.5 * C23 - 4.5 * C24 - 5.5 * C25 - 6.5 * C26 - 7.5 * C27 - 8.5 * C28 - 9.5 * C29 - 10.5 * C30 - 11.5 * C31 - 12.5 * C32 - 13.5 * C33 - 14.5 * C34 - 15.5 * C35 - 16.5 * C36 - 17.5 * C37 - 18.5 * C38 - 19.5 * C39) / 5330

 

20 day

Data source linear regression 20

(9.5 * C + 8.5 * C1 + 7.5 * C2 + 6.5 * C3 + 5.5 * C4 + 4.5 * C5 + 3.5 * C6 + 2.5 * C7 + 1.5 * C8 + .5 * C9 - .5 * C10 - 1.5 * C11 - 2.5 * C12 - 3.5 * C13 - 4.5 * C14 - 5.5 * C15 - 6.5 * C16 - 7.5 * C17 - 8.5 * C18 - 9.5 * C19) / 665

 

10 day

Data source linear regression 10

(4.5 * C + 3.5 * C1 + 2.5 * C2 + 1.5 * C3 + .5 * C4 - .5 * C5 - 1.5 * C6 - 2.5 * C7 - 3.5 * C8 - 4.5 * C9) / 82.5

 

 

Any ideas as to what I am doing wrong??

Topic: Create a new layout group
Posted: Tuesday, July 01, 2014 2:17:58 PM

Thank you very much - I should have though of save as

Bob

Topic: Create a new layout group
Posted: Sunday, June 29, 2014 4:53:34 PM

How do you create a new layout group?

Thanks in advance

Topic: slope of the regression line
Posted: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 2:47:49 PM

Bruce 

 

Thank you very much 

 

Bob

Topic: slope of the regression line
Posted: Monday, June 23, 2014 6:06:47 PM

Hi

I am trying to normalize and smooth rankings of stocks and ETFs by using the slope of the regression line.  You have given me a 20 period slope (below) and 35 period slope.  Can I please have a 10 period slope and 40 period slope 

Thanks in advance --  wish there was some place where I could learn this code.

(9.5 * C + 8.5 * C1 + 7.5 * C2 + 6.5 * C3 + 5.5 * C4 + 4.5 * C5 + 3.5 * C6 + 2.5 * C7 + 1.5 * C8 + .5 * C9 - .5 * C10 - 1.5 * C11 - 2.5 * C12 - 3.5 * C13 - 4.5 * C14 - 5.5 * C15 - 6.5 * C16 - 7.5 * C17 - 8.5 * C18 - 9.5 * C19) / 665

Topic: The comparisons function
Posted: Monday, September 30, 2013 6:57:34 PM

I have a question regarding “comparisons”, one layer below price history. 

Is it possible to change the way comparisons are calculated?  Can we reduce the primary stock to “0” and each comparison stock measured as the bar to bar percent change difference between the primary stock and the comparison stocks.

The best example and explanation is from John Murphy’s web site  http://stockcharts.com/freecharts/perf.php?[SECT]

 

Thank you

Chaid

Topic: 30 day price trend versus the market
Posted: Friday, June 28, 2013 12:53:38 PM

thank you very much

Topic: 30 day price trend versus the market
Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 4:05:52 PM

I am trying to develop a means of tracking the relative ranking of the Morningstar industries and sub industries over time.  This will be similar to what IBD does.

 

As an  example:  3-months ago “auto parts” may have been ranked 70 out of 239 Morningstar industries and sub industries, 2-months  ago, the ranking may have changed to 40 and one month ago the ranking changed to 10.  Ranking can be based on price trend versus the market. 

However, I am unable to get the 30-day or 5-day price trend versus the market to work when the Morningstar industry groups are the watchlist. 

Please let me know if this can be done and if the time periods for “price trend versus the market” can be adjusted.

 

Thanks 

Topic: fundamental data
Posted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 4:43:39 PM

Hi 

 

I am having a problem understanding the fundamental data that has been added to tc2000.  For example, operating cash fwilow 1 yr for Alteria -- MO.  TC 2000 shows 12.3 billion with the values on the chart changing every few months, -- Yahoo shows total cash flows from operations of 3.903 billion for the year ending dec 30 2012 and total cash flows from operations of 1.793 billion for the quarter ending March 30 2013.  What am i missing?

 

Bob