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Topic: Painting vol bars based on DR
Posted: Thursday, January 18, 2018 6:01:52 PM

Bruce,

In SF and I am mainly in V4 I like to paint the volume bars based on where the stock closed in its daily range including gaps 

For example if the stock closed in middle of its daily range it will plot the bottom half of the vol bar Green and the top half Red 

If closed at 75% of the DR then the bottom 75% of the Vol bar will be green and top 25% will be red  

Topic: LR
Posted: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 3:01:39 PM

thx

Topic: ROC % in PCF
Posted: Monday, January 15, 2018 1:13:25 PM

Is there way to ref ROC% in a pcf by saying ROC22 or ROC44 etc... or we have to write the formula

Topic: LR
Posted: Monday, January 15, 2018 1:11:00 PM

IF(((6 * (FAVG(C, 22) - AVG(C, 22)) / (22 - 1)) > 0), 1, 0)

Bruce in the above PCF I am trying to say of the LR Slope is > 0 plot 1 if not 0 but I get an error 

Where am I going wrong 

Topic: ?
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2018 12:00:07 PM

Bruce I need a PCF that plots the following indicator

If todays Gain/Loss is > ATR22 then plot 100 but if less plot today's move as a % of ATR22

Topic: Auto Wave
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 1:16:13 PM

Bruce 

Can this indicator be plotted in TC? 

'# period = UserInput.Single = 14
'# factor = UserInput.Single = 2.5
'# delay = UserInput.Integer = 5
Static TR As Single
Static ATR As Single
Static termRatio As Single
static Weight As Single
Static sumWeight As Single
Static extreme As Single
Static tstop As Single
Static state As Boolean
Static index As Integer
If isFirstBar Then
TR = Price.High - Price.Low
termRatio = (period - 1) / period
ATR = TR
sumweight = termratio + 1
weight = 1 / sumweight
index = CurrentIndex
If Price.High(-1) - System.Math.Min(Price.Low, Price.Low(-1)) < _
System.Math.Max(Price.High, Price.High(-1)) - Price.Low(-1) Then
extreme = Price.Low
tstop = System.Math.Max(Price.High, extreme + factor * ATR)
state = False
Else
extreme = Price.High
tstop = System.Math.Min(Price.Low, extreme - factor * ATR)
state = True
End If
Else
TR = (Price.High - Price.Low + _
System.Math.Abs(Price.High - Price.Last(1)) + _
System.Math.Abs(Price.Last(1) - Price.Low)) / 2
ATR = ATR * (1 - weight) + weight * TR
sumweight = sumweight * termratio + 1
weight = 1 / sumweight
If state
If Price.Low < tstop AndAlso _
CurrentIndex - index >= delay - 1 Then
AddToOutput(Price.Bar.DateValue(index), extreme)
state = False
extreme = Price.Low
index = CurrentIndex
tstop = System.Math.Max(Price.High, extreme + factor * ATR)
End If
Else
If Price.High > tstop AndAlso _
CurrentIndex - index >= delay - 1 Then
AddToOutput(Price.Bar.DateValue(index), extreme)
state = True
extreme = Price.High
index = CurrentIndex
tstop = System.Math.Min(Price.Low, extreme - factor * ATR)
End If
End If
If state Then
If Price.High >= extreme Then
extreme = Price.High
index = CurrentIndex
End If
tstop = extreme - factor * ATR
Else
If Price.Low <= extreme Then
extreme = Price.Low
index = CurrentIndex
End If
tstop = extreme + factor * ATR
End If
End If
If isLastBar Then AddToOutput(Price.Bar.DateValue(index), extreme)
Plot = Single.NaN
Topic: VST in TC
Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 1:12:40 PM

Thanks I&#39;ll play with it over the weekend 

Is there anyway to make adjustements to the VST in TC like we did in SF 

Topic: LR
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 6:36:24 PM

On the LR Slope indicator you posted above plotted on the closing price which means replacing W&#39;s by C&#39;s and time frame set to 30

What does the value that the indicator plots mean. Of course I understand positive means the slope is up and negative means down but if its plotting 1.50 does that mean that the average gain is 1.50 per day during the last 30 days? 

Topic: VST in TC
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 6:32:55 PM

I am aware of the differences between those in SF 

Out of the 3 in the SF chart I shared the Red one is the most similar to the volatility stop in TC. I am trying to find how what the diff is bc I can see the PCF in TC 

Topic: VST in TC
Posted: Thursday, January 11, 2018 4:15:18 PM

sorry just shared