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Topic: Percent Maximum High 63 vs Today's Closing Price
Posted: Wednesday, April 12, 2017 3:49:26 PM

I am using the following PCF Indicator to measure the amount today's Close is below MaxH63. 

 

% MaxH63 vs C

((MaxH63-C)/C)*100

 

The resulting values are correct, except that they appear as positive numbers.

 

Can you modify this indicator so that the amount below the MaxH63 appears as a negative number?

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 6:14:20 PM

I'm hoping with new v17 capabilities, you code an "if-then" PCF?

If O1>C1 (a candle with a black body) and then C>O1 (indicates a breakout and an opportunity to consider going long)

If O1<C1 (a candle with a white body), then C<O1 (indicates a breakdown and an opportunity to consider going short)

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 6:02:25 PM

I apologize...

 

It seems ideas occur faster than my ability to express them clearly:

 

I&#39;m hoping with new v17 capabilities, you code an "if-then" PCF?

 

If O1>C1 (a candle with a black body) and then C>C1 (indicates a breakout and an opportunity to consider going long)

 

If O1<C1 (a candle with a white body), then C<C1 (indicates a breakdown and an opportunity to consider going short)

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 5:52:52 PM

(Third try&#39;s the charm):

 

I&#39;m hoping with new v17 capabilities, you code an "if-then" PCF?

 

If O1>C1 (a down candle) and then C>C1 (indicates a breakout and an opportunity to consider going long)

 

If O1<C1 (an up candle), then C<C1 (indicates a breakdown and an opportunity to consider going short)

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 5:49:06 PM

I&#39;m hoping with new v17 capabilities, you code an "if-then" PCF?

 

If O1<C1 and then C>C1 (indicates a breakout and an opportunity to consider going long)

 

If C1<O1, then C<C1 (indicates a breakdown and an opportunity to consider going short)

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 5:47:48 PM

Please delete the above as I was thinking of the "old way".  Instead use what&#39;s below.

Topic: Is an "If-Then" PCF now possible?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 5:40:48 PM

I&#39;m hoping with new v17 capabilities, you code an "if-then" PCF?

 

If O1<C1 and then C>H1 (indicates a breakout and an opportunity to consider going long)

 

If C1<O1, then C<L1 (indicates a breakdown and an opportunity to consider going short)

Topic: Did anybody swing with CBIO?
Posted: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 2:56:36 PM

Most of my Easy Scans include several more criteria, but I believe I found this one with just three criteria:

AvgV126.1

% Change Since Open > 0,

Price>5.00

As columns, I use both Ask Size and Bid Size as well as using the maximum amount I will risk on any one day trade divided by Close.

CBIO was trading in the $5.00 range in previous days and opened on March 28th at $5.15.

In the case of CBIO, although the percent gain was amazing, the Bid Size turned out to be too low for me to take a significant position -- and thus to make a significant dollar profit on this trade.

I hope this helps a bit.

traderlady

 

 

 

Topic: Heiken-Ashi Long and Short Entries
Posted: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 7:17:30 PM

Thanks for the explanation.

Topic: Heiken-Ashi Long and Short Entries
Posted: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 1:57:45 PM

Thanks.  

I like shorter versions as I assume that may make Easy Scans, Charts, and Columns in which I use them faster.