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Topic: Whats the difference of an indexes future fair value and its futures value?
Posted: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 8:17:01 AM
On 11/18/2008 CNBC displayed on its website before the market opened this information.  Can someone please explain the difference and importence of these two columns.  Thank You 
FUTURES FUTURES FAIR VALUE (-90.75)
 
8691.25 8450.0 -324.00   8683.25 8450.0 -233.25
Topic: LIBOR
Posted: Sunday, November 02, 2008 9:46:50 AM
I am still trying to feel my way around TC, does anyone kow if TC tracks the Libor or TED Spread?  Thank You

Kirk
Topic: Are my percent true indicators correct?
Posted: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 9:33:44 PM
(C - C1)/ C1 * 100 > 1 AND V > V1 =is for price to be up 1% on increased volume

(C-C1)/C1<(-0.01) AND V>V1 = is for price to be down 1% on increased volume

(C-C1)/C1<(-0.02) AND V>V1 = is for pice to be down 2% on increased volume

(C - C1)/ C1 * 100 > 2 AND V > V1 = is for price to be up 2% on increased volume

Thank You
Topic: Are my percent true indicators correct?
Posted: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 9:33:06 PM
(C - C1)/ C1 * 100 > 1 AND V > V1 =is for price to be up 1% on increased volume

(C-C1)/C1<(-0.01) AND V>V1 = is for price to be down 1% on increased volume

(C-C1)/C1<(-0.02) AND V>V1 = is for pice to be down 2% on increased volume

(C - C1)/ C1 * 100 > 2 AND V > V1 = is for price to be up 2% on increased volume

Thank You
Topic: What am I doing Wrong?
Posted: Saturday, August 30, 2008 4:36:04 PM
I have a pcf which I do a scan with which is ( AVGC50 > AVGC200) AND (AVGC50.3 < AVGC200.3)  I believe this PCF says I am looking for stocks where the 50 MA is Greater than the 200 MA today but three days ago the 50 MA was less than the 200 MA.  With the Scan I do all stocks and I use the above PCF as the condition.  The Scan returns 36 results and on my chart I do have the 50 and 200 MA's populated.  Many of the results do not show the 50 MA crosing the 200 MA in the last 3 days.  What am I doing wrong?
Topic: Replies to "Welcome"
Posted: Thursday, November 15, 2007 12:04:56 AM

I have heard great things about TC and I was thinking about subscribing but was wondering is there a list of features?

Ex: I would like to know if I could plot the CBOE VIX & VXN?  and the CBOE Put to Calls?

Topic: PCF for shorter ROC's greaer than longer ROC's
Posted: Monday, January 15, 2007 2:08:20 AM
I guess the best way I can explain it is with this example

I have this plotted in my middle window

ROC 5= RED Line
Roc 10=White
ROC 20=Yellow
ROC 30=BLue

I was hoping to come up with a way where the Red would be above the White which would be above the Yellow and that would be above the blue. Meaning a security's 5 day Rate of change would be higher than it's 10 day rate of change etc......

A perfect example of what I am trying to accomplish would be Ticker DADE or PRU
Topic: PCF for shorter ROC's greaer than longer ROC's
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2007 9:20:34 PM
QUOTE (bustermu)
QUOTE (Kirkj21)
Is there a way to write a PCF for 5 day ROC &gt; than 10 day ROC &gt; 20 day ROC &gt; 50 Day Roc?


Kirkj21,

You did not say what the ROC is applied to. If it was applied to C, the requested PCF is:

C5&lt;C10 AND C10&lt;C20 AND C20&lt;C50

The reason I responded to your request is that that if you were yet familiar enough with the PCF Language to construct the four ROCs on the same scale in order to observe the condition, you would now be more than familiar enough with the Language to write the PCF. Thus, I doubt your request was really what you wanted.

Notice that what you have asked for is a PCF that detects a downtrend beginning at least 50 days ago and lasting at least until 5 days ago. One knows whether or not this is going to happen 5 days ago. Why would you want to wait until today to detect its occurance?

Thanks,
Jim Murphy


The reason I asked is because I am trying different ways to construct different models/variations to display uptrends. I have constructed one where the shorter MA's were above the longer MA's (AKA Fan Pattern) so I am trying to develop a Model where the shorter ROC's are rising quicker than the longer one's.
Topic: PCF for shorter ROC's greaer than longer ROC's
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2007 12:43:38 PM
Is there a way to write a PCF for 5 day ROC > than 10 day ROC > 20 day ROC > 50 Day Roc?

Thank You
Topic: PCF for YTD price change
Posted: Sunday, January 14, 2007 12:33:27 AM
Gentlemen, is there a PCF for YTD price change? I know I can look at YTD performance by pressing the C key twice and then draging from the beggining of the year but I cam trying to make a pcf so one of my columns will display it.

Thank You

Kirk Jensen