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Topic: 1-Period Previous Average True Ranges
Posted: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 12:27:26 PM

So simple.  Thanks!

Topic: 1-Period Previous Average True Ranges
Posted: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 11:40:13 AM

I forgot to say what I am looking for using ATR1 is a high ranked ATR1 which can be the beginning of a consolidation/correction pattern -- or occur before one of these patterns.

Topic: 1-Period Previous Average True Ranges
Posted: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 11:35:36 AM

I am using ATR1-period as a chart plot overlaid on the Inside Day Condition in order to help me quickly find Pennants and other consolidation/correction patterns.

I am able to click on ATR1-period (on the plot) and "Copy to Watchlist" (thus adding a column to my Column Set and named "ATR1 Now").  However, I am unable to add Average True Range Period-1s for previous days without additional ATR1 indicators.

What I need are a series of PCF Indicators for the numerical values of ATR1 1-Ago, ATR1 2-Ago, etc. to ATR1 10-Ago.

Once each of these numerical values are placed on my Column Set, I use Inside Bars in order to draw trend lines -- and then to more quickly see possible breakouts from various consolidation/corrections patterns.

 

Topic: Inside Bars Today and the previous nine days
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 3:12:22 PM

Tested CountTrue above and it works just fine.  Thanks, again.

Topic: Inside Bars Today and the previous nine days
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 2:46:18 PM

...occurred within the ten day period of time.

 

Topic: Inside Bars Today and the previous nine days
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 2:44:10 PM

Neither.  I thought this PCF was a CountTrue in which the formula counted how many times a single Daily Inside Bar occurred.  That's what I'd like.

 

 

Topic: Inside Bars Today and the previous nine days
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 2:27:04 PM

Please change the PCF Indicator below to only reflect Inside Bars for Today and the Previous Nine Days, ten days in all.

IIF(L20 < MINL20 AND MAXH20 < H20, 20, IIF(L19 < MINL19 AND MAXH19 < H19, 19, IIF(L18 < MINL18 AND MAXH18 < H18, 18, IIF(L17 < MINL17 AND MAXH17 < H17, 17, IIF(L16 < MINL16 AND MAXH16 < H16, 16, IIF(L15 < MINL15 AND MAXH15 < H15, 15, IIF(L14 < MINL14 AND MAXH14 < H14, 14, IIF(L13 < MINL13 AND MAXH13 < H13, 13, IIF(L12 < MINL12 AND MAXH12 < H12, 12, IIF(L11 < MINL11 AND MAXH11 < H11, 11, IIF(L10 < MINL10 AND MAXH10 < H10, 10, IIF(L9 < MINL9 AND MAXH9 < H9, 9, IIF(L8 < MINL8 AND MAXH8 < H8, 8, IIF(L7 < MINL7 AND MAXH7 < H7, 7, IIF(L6 < MINL6 AND MAXH6 < H6, 6, IIF(L5 < MINL5 AND MAXH5 < H5, 5, IIF(L4 < MINL4 AND MAXH4 < H4, 4, IIF(L3 < MINL3 AND MAXH3 < H3, 3, IIF(L2 < MINL2 AND MAXH2 < H2, 2, IIF(L1 < L AND H < H1, 1, 0))))))))))))))))))))
 

Topic: Compare Recent Quarter's Return to Previous Quarter
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 2:23:07 PM

The two formulas you offered above do work in all instances tested against stocks, ADRs, and ETFs. Thanks, Bruce.

Topic: Compare Recent Quarter's Return to Previous Quarter
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 1:53:47 PM

I am setting the TimeFrame to Quarterly in each of these PCF Indicators:

% Return in Recent Quarter

100 * (C1 / C2 - 1)

% Return in Previous Quarter

100 * (C2 / C3 - 1)

If I want to compare the return of the current quarter to the return of the previous quarter, I&#39;ve tried this fomula.  For the most part it works.  But not entirely. 

(100 * (C1 / C2 - 1))>(100 * (C2 / C3 - 1))

I am confident you can improve this.

 

Topic: Calculating an Annual Return for 2016
Posted: Monday, November 20, 2017 11:46:42 AM

Thanks, I&#39;ll try this and then check it against the "Custom Date Sort" tool.