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Thanks for the speedy reply!
Morning Bruce - would you please make me a pcf for the 50 sma. I'd like it to be rising and then start rolling over and heading down. It's that rollover to the dowside I'm looking for.
Thanks - Mike
Thanks Bruce - I knew there was a reason I couldn't make this work. What a formula...
Morning Bruce - could you please make me a pcf for Chaikin Money Flow 21 day to be below it's zero line for 5 days or more?? Thanks - Mike
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 pop-up gives us 3 choices. Can I use this to approximate the SMI formula? If so, how?
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 mid-point 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 non-double smoothed and a double smothed version so I can compare.
Morning Bruce - would you please reverse your previous example for me - make it a 6 period - non double smoothed - 15 ema for v7 -
Bruce - thanks again - I'm going to have to watch these for awhile - they are so close!
OK - Bruce - thanks for all your help so far - I think I'm over-thinking this. Just to be sure though - if I use the non-double 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