Bruce  from your previous examples  I'm trying to be able to modify this without emailing you each time.
Your post to me on 5/15 at 10:34 is a 15 period. So when I input stochastics in V7 the popup gives us 3 choices. Can I use this to approximate the SMI formula? If so, how?
Thanks  Mike

Bruce  this one confuses me  it seems like I should be able to set this up on our V7 Stochastic  except that one uses the midpoint and one uses the full trading range  not true??
Thanks again  Mike

Morning Bruce  please ignore my other posts and make this a 6 period SMI with the 15 ema for V7 for me. Please make a nondouble smoothed and a double smothed version so I can compare.
Thanks  Mike

Morning Bruce  would you please reverse your previous example for me  make it a 6 period  non double smoothed  15 ema for v7 
Thanks again  Mike

Bruce  thanks again  I'm going to have to watch these for awhile  they are so close!
Mike

OK  Bruce  thanks for all your help so far  I think I'm overthinking this. Just to be sure though  if I use the nondouble smoothed calculations, it's a tad faster than the double smoothed, correct??
Now, would you please stack these for me for comparisons =
Double smoothed 15,6 SMI
NonDouble smoothed
Thanks again  Mike

Thanks Aces for the example  looks like it matches my program example. Only thing missing is the moving average line for crosses  like a Stochastic cross. Bruce, I'm wondering if a 15 ema on the above index line from Aces would be possible?? I can't find any formulas for you as they only have two inputs.
Thanks  Mike

Hey thanks  you're too quick  I think I must have asked the question wrong. Let me try again because what I'm looking for are two lines like say the 1233 Stochastic. The periods would be 6 and the ema would be 8 and they would cross up and down a zero line. I read about this in Stockcharts.
Thanks again  Mike

Morning Bruce  would you please make me a formula for the Stochastic Momentum Index using
6 periods and an 8 ema and no double smoothing and let me know what to check off in the custom
indicator box. Thanks  Mike

Thanks Bruce  amazing what you math guys can do!!
Mike
