This might give you an option into an approach.
http://forums.worden.com/default.aspx?g=posts&t=62424
rctrade

Bruce, what about using the technique you developed for the ttm squeeze?
Thinking out loud.
rctrade

Sorry this is exactly what bcochrane suggested and developed. See his link.......rctrade

You can look at the number of days above a moving average and sort your watch list colum in decending order by number of days for the stongest trend. there is a PCF on the board that provides this.
just a thought.
rctrade

Thanks Bruce and Uncle. Will take the time to dig into it, I have it on screen thanks to Bruce sending it, but need more time to look deeper into it. I don't use the Impuse system or seasons  so need time to internalize and see if it fit's. Will let you know either way.
Thanks Again for sharing,
rctreade

If this is not uncle’s propriety might i take a look at this as it is similar to what i was looking at doing from a market timing perspective but not with as many micro stages. Great post Uncle.
thnx rctrade

Bruce, this question might have been asked and answered before can't find it, but is it possible to use the data from the market indicators to plot a signal.
i.e. T2108 crossing T2107 up or down
or T2108 value = 20
or T2107 =  100
I graph all these indicators for market timing but it would be convienent to flag a confimation condition for market up or down based on these indexes combinations and values.
thnx
rctrade

Bruce thanks I will revisit my lookback period maybe I confused myself.
rctrade

Bruce I reviewd the Chaikin Osc formula for v17 you posted. I've adjusted for std settings  a fast length of 3 and slow length of 10(The MACD portion), My question is, how is the 14 period look back period set within this.
Thanks
rctrade
((10  1) * XAVG(V * (2 * C  H  L) / (H  L), 10)  (3  1) * XAVG(V * (2 * C  H  L) / (H  L), 3)) / 2
