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Topic: Boolean
Posted: Friday, January 18, 2019 1:54:58 PM

Thisis the formula I received on forum for ATR. Is it incorrect?

Topic: Boolean
Posted: Friday, January 18, 2019 1:39:27 PM

I enter this as a Boolean but it keeps telling me it has to be a Boolean

 

{ATR} (((((H - L) * ((H - L) >= ABS((H - C1))))) + ((ABS((C1 - H)) * ( ABS((H - C1)) > (H - L))))) * (((((L - H) * ((H - L) >= ABS((H - C1))))) + (( - ABS((C1 - H)) * ( ABS((H - C1)) > (H - L))))) >= ABS((C1 - L)))) + (( - ABS(C1 - L)) * (ABS(C1 - L) > ((((L - H) * ((H - L) > ABS((H - C1))))) + (( - ABS((C1 - H)) * ( ABS((H - C1)) > (H - L)))))))

Topic: Forward bars
Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2018 10:22:41 AM

I know that one can design a formula one bar back but can you design a formula to project one bar forward using the same old price information?

For instance in the formula  (C -C5/ C5)  Would adding +1 project the anticipated price?

 

I am not trying to divine the future but I am trying to estimate, given the same price information the anticipated price.

Thank you

Topic: ADR
Posted: Monday, December 17, 2018 12:28:40 PM

bcochrane  Thanks for your input

Topic: ADR
Posted: Monday, December 17, 2018 11:58:46 AM

Thank You

I'm sorry for the confusion

Topic: ADR
Posted: Monday, December 17, 2018 11:06:44 AM

I have suffered a stroke and I am mending so my question my seem elementary I apologize but could you please look at it.

TY

Topic: ADR
Posted: Sunday, December 16, 2018 11:55:47 AM

I have used the above formulae but it doesn't generate the true results and I am experiencing a Senior moment. It is simple the adr Average Daily Range is the highest high minus the lowest low divided by the # of days

The  attached range for the stock BZUN has a range of over $2 every day but when I use the results from the above formulas they come out to 1.25 and 1.96 which are incorrect. 

i am looking for the average range for the last 5 days I even tried ((H1 +L1) +(H2 +L2) +(H3 +L3) +(H4 +L4) + (H5 +L5))/5

BZUN 12/14 H 38.30 LOW 35.80, 12/13 38.69 36.75 , 12/12 37.85   35.65,  12/11   35.29   34.16,               12/10 34.35   32.42

 I am in a fog and know I am mssing something but...? and then I want to get a percentage (.625) of that ADR so that I can work within the anticipated range for an issue

Topic: ADR
Posted: Saturday, December 15, 2018 4:50:06 PM

THANK YOU

 

Topic: ADR
Posted: Saturday, December 15, 2018 3:30:21 PM

Is anyone answering inquiries today?

Topic: ADR
Posted: Saturday, December 15, 2018 1:29:06 PM
I am  trying to get the 5 day adr of the highest high and lowest low for the last five days but when I run this scan starting with  (MAXH3 - MINL3) I am not getting the incorrect  numbers. What am I doing wrong?
 
((MAXH1 - MINL1)+ (MAXH2 - MINL2)+ (MAXH3 - MINL3)+ (MAXH4 - MINL4)+
(MAXH5 - MINL5))/5  
 
and is this the same for  Vs 18
 
I tried ((AVGH1 -AVGL1) + (AVGH2 -AVGL2) + (AVGH3 -AVGL3)+ (AVGH4 -AVGL4)+ (AVGH5 -AVGL5)) /5 and the same hapens.
 
Thanks