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Topic: Kaufman's Efficiency Ratio (ER)
Posted: Sunday, February 10, 2019 6:55:17 PM

Hello,

 

can this be used as a filter to filter out all stocks that are below a certain number of that indicator for all stocks on intraday 5mn timeframe for example?

Topic: Is this possible to do ?
Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014 4:06:50 PM

tks !

Topic: Is this possible to do ?
Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014 1:39:17 PM

Thanks for answer Bruce.

Too bad the stockfinder product is not under active dev.

 

Another question please, still about the feasability of a concept with TC2000:

 

Intraday on a universe of stock:

Find stocks where current intraday day H-L at current point in time > to H-L of any of  latest 5 daily bars

Topic: Is this possible to do ?
Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014 6:53:31 AM

Hi,

I would like to know if this is possible to do on tc2000 12 with it's formula language:

It would be for intraday indicator and scan:

Get volume of current stock since session open at 9:30 up to now. Let's call this "currentSessionVolume"

Get same information over same intraday time interval on latest 2 days. Average these. Let's call it "averageSessionVolume".  Then plot indicator of "averageSessionVolume" / "currentSessionVolume", let's call it "relativeVolume".

Also, would it be possible to have "relativeVolume" as a column in an intraday list of stocks, updating in real time. This means that the column would need at least 2 historical days of minute intraday data of each stock in the list.

I don't know if this is possible with your system. Please tell.

Topic: Low of day (intraday)
Posted: Friday, October 28, 2011 11:55:05 AM
Hi Bruce,
I think it is not possible to do with tc2000 but you will confirm:

Is it possible to have a condition asking that low of 3 bars ago (on intraday 5mn chart) = low of the day.

tks
Topic: Comparative current daily range
Posted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 6:19:18 PM

Bruce,
i'm trying to do the same in Tc2000 12, would you mind giving a hint:

1) H-L
2) Exponetial Average of H-L over latest 30 bars

then we calculate how much % is H-L of (Exponetial Average of H-L over latest 30 bars)
So for example, if H-L of current bar is 0,7 and the average is 1, indicator would show 30.
So indicator can never be less than 0, since H-L is always >= 0.

Tks,
Benj

Topic: Condition not respected, why ?
Posted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 6:14:27 PM

Well, it finally was a real bug... support is going to fix this.
Other than this, what an AMAZING program. Can't believe the power it has to scan entire maket in seconds for custome conditions.

I see there is an option to "install it on PC" shall we go for this ? What's the advantage ? With the online version it's currently so fast I don't want to do anything that would negatively impact performances.

Topic: Condition not respected, why ?
Posted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 1:35:25 PM

Hi Bruce,
can you please tell me why this condition scan doesn't work:

c1 > o1 and
C1 - O1 >= (H1-L1)*0,6

Previous bar should be green , and its body (distance between O1 and C1) must be at least 60% of total range (H1-L1).

Buy this condiiton doesn't return anything.

Topic: Condition not respected, why ?
Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 5:03:15 PM
QUOTE (Bruce_L)
If you are using US Regional settings, the comma in 0,5 should be a period:

C1 > O1 AND (H - L) <= (H1 - L1) * 0.5

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Oh, and since I use european PC, it's fine to use coma, tc2000 can understand it ?
Tks in advance
Topic: Condition not respected, why ?
Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 4:59:49 PM
That's it, thanks Bruce.