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You should be able to just set the time frame of the condition to weekly. You could do this by clicking on the stochastic on a weekly chart and selecting Create Scan Condition.
You could also write a Condition Formula for this. The periods are in bars, so using a weekly frame, each bar would be 1 week.
STOC5.3 > STOC5.3.1
Full Stochastic
Bruce
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You can try copying and pasting the formula into a text editor (such as Notepad, not a word processor such as Word) and then copying and pasting from the text editor into TC2000. If this does not resplove the issue, then please contact technical support.
Bruce
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I do not know what you mean by "flipped out each time".
In any case, these are Condition Formulas returning true or false and would be used in Custom PCF % True Indicators, not Indicator Formulas returning numeric values which would be used in Custom PCF Indicators.
Bruce
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Please try the following Condition Formula in TC2000 v17 for crossing up.
XUP(ABS(H + L) / 2, HAVG(ABS(H + L) / 2, 20))
And the following Condition Formula for crossing down.
XDOWN(ABS(H + L) / 2, HAVG(ABS(H + L) / 2, 20))
Bruce
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V2 is the volume of 2 bars ago.
V3 is the volume of 3 bars ago.
The formulas are used to determine which of the 2 bars had the high volume.
Bruce
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I am happy to read it worked for you.
Bruce
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We carry component WatchLists for many ETFs which can be accessed using the Related Items feature.
Related Items WatchLists (6:05)
Bruce
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You're welcome.
Bruce
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The symbol is CEF? I show that as true for strength and false for fade. Please try removing and readding the WatchList Column.
It shouldn't make any difference if it is a fund or not. It is just using closing prices for all of the calculations.
Bruce
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Have you edited the WatchList Columns to check both the refresh rate and verify the correct formulas were used?
When I plot all four formulas in the same pane and scale as Custom PCF % True Indicators, exactly one of these formulas is always true at a time.
Bruce
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