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Thanks for your prompt reply.
I copied and pasted your formula and the test showed a Syntax error.
Bruce I'm not hung up on the Heiken-Ashi plot style, if the OHLC bar plot make the formula
any simpler I can use it. All I want to know, when price is closing for the first time below
or equal to the 10 SMA line.
Price must have been closing at least 3 consecutive days above the 10 SMA line prior too
Please show me how to write a PCF for the following conditons:
Using Heiken-Ashi plot style, need to know when "price closes" for the first time
below it's own SMA10, price must have been at least 3 days above it's own SMA10 prior.
Like to be able to scan @ sort in a new colum on any watchlist.
Thank you for your prompt reply and the pointer for those videos, I might be able to work
something out with them.
Thanks again hheiden.
Could you please write me a PCF for a True Strength Index 5 20 on a 3Day time frame
that I can use to search any of my watch lists for the following:
TRSI 5 20 has crossed below its 0 line any time in the last 42 Days and is now
in the last 3 Days crossing up over its EMA 5.
Bruce, this PCF works like a charm on my first watchlist out of 200 ETFs 3 good looking
names came up.
Bruce, thanks for your quick responce. I will see if this give me the results I'm looking for.
Please help me to write a PCF that I can use to scan as a colum on any of my watchlists.
I am using the TC 2000 -12.3 Beta program.
Here is what I am looking for: Using a 3Day timeframe, first I want MACD 12-26 crossing
below its -0- line sometime in the last 90 days and then move up sharply to cross its
EMA 9 in the last 6 or 9 days.