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I am using the following indicator for percentage change over the last 63 days:
How could this be changed to calculcate the percentage change for the 63 days previous to the most current 63 days?
Thanks so much. This works great for my purpose.
Looking for three custom indicators, each in percentage terms:
1) How far is yesterday's H-L mid-price from today's Open Price?
2) How far is yesterday's H-L mid-price from today's Low Price?
3) How far is yesterday's H-L mid-price from today's High Price?
Thanks, Bruce, for all you do for us.
Forgot to say, this is placed on my 1D (1 minute) chart.
I am using the following as a one-minute PCF True...
H1<>O and H1<O
,,,but I don't think H1<>O is working as it used to.
I am using the following as a PCF True...
H1<>O and H1<O\
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Can you envision anything like this?
Let's use Sensitive>Software Infrastructure>FFIV as an example. I've noticed, through a quick eye-balling, that the Worden data lists nine symbols as peers which don't agree with the ten peers in Earnings Whispers.
Can you tell me why there is such a disparity?