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I am Gold now plus real-time data. One question: does Platinum include real-time data for stocks, indexes and options? or you would still have to pay extra for them?
Of course, that still might run (pun intended) into the issue Bruce mentioned - alerts create copies that are not dynamically linked so they don't update.
Us techies call them "Immutable". Feel free to use that to impress guests at your next cocktail party.
UP, I like your ideas. Alerting is one of the best features of TC2000. But I would restrain from talking about TC2000 at a cocktail party :)
Just courious. What are the differences between these Add/Subtract operators?
+ -> Add (Mathematical Operator)
++ -> Add (Mathematical Operator)
-- -> Add (Mathematical Operator)
- -> Subtract or Difference (Mathematical Operator)
+- -> Subtract or Difference (Mathematical Operator)
-+ -> Subtract or Difference (Mathematical Operator)
Thanks for sharing! I am surprised that nobody has replied :) Maybe everybody is busy making money...
You got all the good ingredents:
1. Multiple time frames. Weekly trend + daily entry.
2. Volatility contraction.
3. Pullback entries (breakouts are more prone to fail these days).
4. Pretty charts :)
Keep on the good work.
Hi Bruce, can you send me a copy of V17 TTM Squeeze? Thanks!
I would suggest you create multiple scans to run at different times during trading hours using this formula:
V >= 4 * AVGV100 * (hours/6.5) where hours = hours already passed for current trading day
For example, at 10AM, use this:
V >= 4 * AVGV100 * (0.5/6.5)
At 12PM, use this:
V >= 4 * AVGV100 * (2.5/6.5)
You can create multiple scans, for example, one per hours. Or have only one scan but modify it as time goes by during the day.
Thanks Bruce. Would be nice to have better support for the HTML5 interface. It is very useful since I can run from behind firewall.
Well, the Android version allows you to add a symbol to a watchlist. But the browser version doesn't (or I haven't figure it out). The browser version does allow you choose a column set while the Android version doesn't.
Would be nice to see what's behind the difference. Can I simulate the android version from the browser?
I need some help for the HTML5 interface.
How do I add a symbol to a personal watchlist?
Is there any online help or manual?
Try "Smart Scale" on both charts.