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Topic: BOP enhanced
Posted: Monday, May 22, 2017 4:28:37 PM

QUOTE (0002ct)

Hello.
I'm revising BOP and re-read the notes on it. Are there enhanced versions of BOP that do plot some interpretation? For example, in the notes below:

"thus a positive BOP moving down in tandem with an eroding price could not be interpreted bearishly. But a positive BOP moving down into a rising price must be construed bearishly. This would be all the more so if the price is actually attaining new highs. Conversely, a positive BOP moving up into a falling price should be interpreted as a positive, and all the more so if the price is breaking so-called "support levels." Where absolute BOP versus improving or deteriorating BOP seem to be contradictory, you will often find that the answer lies in the time implications. Absolute BOP (green or red) usually has the longer-term implications."

Bearish contradiction
"But a positive BOP moving down into a rising price must be construed bearishly."

Bullish contradiction
"Conversely, a positive BOP moving up into a falling price should be interpreted as a positive, and all the more so if the price is breaking so-called "support levels."


Q: Is there a version of BOP that will aids the interpretation of such conditions with additional visual cues

 

 

Just a hunch:

 

I tried putting two Kaufman efficiency ratios in the same pane.

Change the Data Source of one to BOP.

(Changing Data Source requires version 17)

 

It at least allows you to see how price moves vs BOP.

 

Is it a good indicator?

I don't know, it would require testing by you.

 

Also, maybe something like Stochastics or RSI would work better?

 

Thanks

Topic: Timeframe
Posted: Thursday, May 11, 2017 9:12:37 AM

Accidentally put a PCF from 15 min timeframe into a watch list column.

(thought I was on daily)

 

I thought that gave an error message in earlier versions?

 

Has something been updated to sort time frames under “daily” with a Gold subscription?

 

Also, has the full-screen chart view been eliminated in V17?

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

Topic: Stoc style PCFs
Posted: Thursday, May 04, 2017 11:10:08 AM

Id like two PCFs for

 

1:    ( 12EMA-Lowest 26EMA)/(Highest 26EMA-Lowest 26EMA)*100

 

2:    ( 26EMA-Lowest 26EMA)/(Highest 26EMA-Lowest 26EMA)*100

 

The highest lowest lengths are 19 bars.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

Topic: PCF Construction "Future" Time
Posted: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4:51:56 PM

QUOTE (bcochrane)

Or to put it another way, the indicator wouldn't appear until 5 days after the event.

 

That sounds like its only testing the past?

 

Since future data doesnt exist the only other possibility is some type of

Ichimoku Cloud style calculation where you move todays calculations forward

in time on the chart?

 

Thanks

 

Topic: PCF Construction "Future" Time
Posted: Saturday, April 29, 2017 4:41:10 PM

Maybe  he was talking about starting 10 days back?

 

 

Thanks

 

Topic: ATR Trailing Stop plotted on chart, how to?
Posted: Saturday, April 29, 2017 10:46:55 AM

There is an indicator called "Volatility Stop" you may want to look at.

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Topic: Andrew Abraham Trend Indicator
Posted: Saturday, April 22, 2017 12:17:44 PM

QUOTE (Nattow Gate)

I'm not sure there is a way to do this in TC2000 but thought to ask, since there have been several new versions rolled out recently with updated PCF coding...

If possible, I'd like to replicate the Andrew Abraham trend indicator from the 1998 Stocks and Commodities magazine....

Basicaly, the plot should compare today's close vs the Daily High in the priior  21 days minu the 21 day ATR and today's close vs the Daily Low in the prior 21 days plus the 21 day ATR and plot the following

 

 

I dont know if you are trying to make the same indicator or your version?

The article describes a weighted ATR indicator * 3:

 

"The calculation uses a 21-period weighted average of the true

range, giving higher weight to the true range of the most

recent bar. The final value is then multiplied by 3."

 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

Topic: Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO)
Posted: Friday, April 14, 2017 10:59:19 AM

AVGC21.12

Is the value of a 21 period simple moving average 12 bars ago.

 

For some reason there is more than one version of DPO out there.

(My guess: folks not knowing what "detrending" is)

 

I would call what Bruce supplied, most popular/most logical.

 

Thanks

 

Topic: Computers
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017 9:56:40 AM

So you can actually have it loaded on to more than two computers,

but only one can be logged into at a time?

 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic: Computers
Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017 9:08:14 AM

How many computers can you have V12-17 loaded on?

Does it matter if it's someone else's IP address?

 

 

 

Thanks