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Topic: Num of days > 50
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 5:18:59 PM

So something like the following?

IIF(TrueInRow(C > MINC33, 75) < TrueInRow(C < MAXC33, 75), 0, TrueInRow(C < MAXC33, 75))



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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 4:22:32 PM

You&#39;re welcome. Happy Thanksgiving!



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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 4:14:54 PM

You&#39;re welcome.



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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 3:57:27 PM

I cannot see your image either.



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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 3:55:00 PM

I don&#39;t think I have made any changes since then.



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Topic: Latest and Greatest TTM Squeeze
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 12:04:30 PM

You&#39;re welcome.



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Topic: Num of days > 50
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 11:20:01 AM

I can&#39;t really think of a good method, but maybe you can work with something like the following. Count the number of times price crossed up through the max high over some period minus four times ATR and add that to the number of times price crossed down through the min low over some period plus four time ATR. Unfortunately, if you whipsaw near the top or bottom of the range it would trigger it could count extra swings and you are pretty much stuff with a fixed span for the swing.

CountTrue(XUP(L, MAXH22 - 4 * ATR22), 126) + CountTrue(XDOWN(H, MINL22 + 4 * ATR22), 126)

It the theoretical sense you could do something like check for the low to just be less than or equal to the max high minus four times the ATR and make sure it is the first time it happened by checking that the last time it happened was more bars ago than the last time the high was equal to the min low plus four times the ATR. This would avoid multiple counts from whipsaws and could be reversed, but the formula would be too slow to be practical or post in the forums (even though it wouldn&#39;t be that long).



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Topic: Request for Modification CMO PCF Formula
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 9:43:40 AM

You&#39;re welcome.



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Topic: Request for Modification CMO PCF Formula
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 9:19:06 AM

As stated in the previous response, both symbols had values between -100 and -80 on both 11/16/18 and 11/19/18. So no matter which date you see as "yesterday", they should have returned true. One of the two formulas should do what you want (I just don&#39;t know which one).



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Topic: Request for Modification CMO PCF Formula
Posted: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 8:56:45 AM

HZN does return true for both formulas and is was -94.00 on 11/16/18 and -85.42 on 11/19/18. Both of these vaule are between -100 and -80, so it should return true for both formulas.

STKL returns true for both formulas and it was -88.64 on 11/16/18 and -88.86 on 11/19/18. Both of these value are between -100 and -80, so it should return true for both formulas.



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