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Ive been doing PCFs like this: HAVG(C,40)
Noticed you use: HAVGC40
Dont know it it matters?
100 * ((HAVGC26 / HAVGC26.13) ^ 4 - 1)
100 * ((HAVGC40 / HAVGC40.21) ^ 12 - 1)
All the ANN PCFs plot correctly.
However these with the HULL MAVs dont show correct values
when put in watchlist columns, or used in conditional scans.
(It scans based on the incorrect values shown in the watchlist)
Just want to check if its a bug or on my end.
The Monthly/Weekly non-Hull ones work fine.
Yes, it is possible to shorten both formulas. A 21 period R-Squared can be written as follows.
(11 * (FAVGC21 - AVGC21) / SQR(110 * (AVG(C ^ 2, 21) - AVGC21 ^ 2) / 3)) ^ 2
How would you do a 21 period of an 8EMA?
Hamchoi since certain things can be tested and others cant.
It would probably be best to give an idea of what you are looking to test.
Maybe the % decline from a high?
Lets say that white line drop was 8% from a 52 week high.
You could take the Max 52 week high * .92.
If you wanted to you could project it out with an offset.
(I would probably just eyeball how close we are to the last drop level)
I think this is what you want:
While I get the numbers you posted for ATR my 50EMA of SPY is at 232.75.
Make sure your 50 EMA is actually of price.
Have you seen the built in indicator called "Volitiliy Stop?"
If you change the period (the 21s) do the 11 and 110 remain the same
or do they change with different period?
Can the new language reduce the size of R Squared say a 21 period?
Does the new language allow a True Strength Index PCF say Short: 13 Long: 25?
While I know its a built in indicator. A PCF would allow you to mark the chart based on conditions.
Yes, I see it now.
Your template has a six that isnt a period value.
It was changed along with the other sixes.