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Bruce, I'm curious to know why there is so little attention paid to v7 and improving it (as in updating the pcf syntax). Are there so few people using v7 that it's just not worth it, or is there some other reason.
What is the population of v7 users compared to the later versions users?
I see my mistake, I was using the 9 period exponential moving average of the Close, not of the VWMACD. What a pity that it's so hard to do this in v7 since that's the version I use and like the most..
Since this problem continues with no end in sight, I'm wondering if the Telechart owners are unaware of it's magnitude. Peter Worden must not use fundamental data (such as %EPS change) in his calculations. So he may not know about this problem. I don't know how to reach him, but I suggest that everyone concerned should try to send letters or emails to Peter Worden about this problem. Perhaps there's some pride left in the family and they'll try to get this right.
I have a WMACD (Sir Tanstaali's version) plotted on a chart, along with a 9 bar exponential moving average of the VWMAC, and I've like to creat a Percent True formula to mark the chart when there is a crossover up though the moving average. Below is my attempt which isn't working. Could someone troubleshoot this and show where I've gone wrong. Here I've enclosed the VWMACD formula in parentheses, but I've also tried it without them.
((C * V + C1 * V1 + C2 * V2 + C3 * V3 + C4 * V4 + C5 * V5 + C6 * V6 + C7 * V7 + C8 * V8 + C9 * V9 + C10 * V10 + C11 * V11) * (1 / 12 / AVGV12 - 1 / 26 / AVGV26) - (C12 * V12 + C13 * V13 + C14 * V14 + C15 * V15 + C16 * V16 + C17 * V17 + C18 * V18 + C19 * V19 + C20 * V20 + C21 * V21 + C22 * V22 + C23 * V23 + C24 * V24 + C25 * V25) / 26 / AVGV26) <= XAVGC9.1 AND ((C * V + C1 * V1 + C2 * V2 + C3 * V3 + C4 * V4 + C5 * V5 + C6 * V6 + C7 * V7 + C8 * V8 + C9 * V9 + C10 * V10 + C11 * V11) * (1 / 12 / AVGV12 - 1 / 26 / AVGV26) - (C12 * V12 + C13 * V13 + C14 * V14 + C15 * V15 + C16 * V16 + C17 * V17 + C18 * V18 + C19 * V19 + C20 * V20 + C21 * V21 + C22 * V22 + C23 * V23 + C24 * V24 + C25 * V25) / 26 / AVGV26) > XAVGC9
Thanks for any help,
I've been checking the test formula calculation to make sure the result hasn't been affected by my labelling. So far I haven't had a problem.
Is there a reserved words list that I could look at so I'll know which words won't work in the label?
I have a lot of PCF's used as charting indicators and I often don't know which one is on screen, it's just another wiggly line. I've been typing the name of the formula/pcf (ie: Coppock Curve #2) in parenthesis at the end of a formula(pcf). This doesn't seem to affect the resulting indicator on the screen. Is this the best way to do this, or is there another preferred way?
How sad...you'd think that as part of Don Worden's legacy it would command enough interest (from the company) to make sure it was available.
Why don't you make the entire archive available as a download and someone with programming skills could figure out how to access it...
I just visited the Worden Report Searchable Archive Link, but I haven't found the search box. The standard search box is in the upper right side, but that doesn't lead to the archive. If there is a search box somewhere on the page below that one, it's not visible. I'm using Firefox 46, and I just checked for it using Chrome, but same thing. No obvious place to type in an archive search request.
I'd like to find any old Worden Reports with Sir Tanstaafl ideas about VWMACD. My Worden Reports go back to 1/14/2004 and I've seen reference here to some of Sir Tanstaafl's entries (perhaps on other subjects) on 5-22-2003 and 5-23-2003, which is before the earliest one I have in my TC2000 v7.
Is there a repository somewhere of all the Worden Reports, with a way to search through them? How can I go about accessing them if they do exist?
I'd like to write a PCF (to use as a column heading for sorting purposes) for the Price % Chg of the quarter that just ended. I see there's a Price % Chg 28 weeks condition available and if I could see that formula it should be a simple thing to change it to 12 weeks.
But where is that condition so I can see it's formula? Or, how can I write a condition that could be used as a column heading? Is that even possible...