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Topic: Calculating Advancing-Declining issues for industries/subindustries.
Posted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 11:44:12 AM

Thanks Bruce,

It's been awhile since I tried a market indicator - didn't even think of that

 

Regards

 

Bob Mc

Topic: Calculating Advancing-Declining issues for industries/subindustries.
Posted: Monday, June 10, 2013 5:38:05 PM

This sounds like an interesting and valuable analysis. Could you provide the realcode to do it?

Thank You

 

Regards

Bob Mc

Topic: Using Indicator values as part of Condition code
Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2013 12:12:57 PM

Quote from Robert's article-

Stockfinder reports the odds of the next day moving higher is only 43%, compared to a 57% chance the next day will result in a lower closing price.

 

Really?!   How?

 

Regards

Bob Mc

 

Topic: RealCode Zero Lag Moving Average
Posted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013 12:51:19 PM

Thanks JAS,

I do have several other qualifiers within the layout I'm working with. 

I understand about "curve fitting" - even if I'm only working with one stock or index - I can see where it can make a big difference in trending vs cyclical times.

Appreciate your input

Regards

Bob Mc

 

BTW- I've been "experimenting" with Starc Bands applied to various indicators and there seem to be some good actionable action/reaction possibilities when the indicators reach or exceed the bands in either direction.  Hve you had any experience with them?

 

Topic: RealCode Zero Lag Moving Average
Posted: Monday, April 08, 2013 9:31:25 PM

Interesting - who knew?  I certainly didn't

I had tried a 3 period exponential MA as my best thought

So, I now have tried all 3 -exponential; DEMA and Linear Regression.  They are all very similar and frequently have the same turning point on the example I used.  DEMA and Lin Reg have slightly wider ranges and the Lin Reg sometimes turns earlier than the other 2.

Now, i just have to find the "right" Linear Regression  Slope to use.

 

Regards

Bob Mc

Topic: RealCode Zero Lag Moving Average
Posted: Monday, April 08, 2013 4:30:21 PM

Hi Bruce,

Is it possible to create a realcode zero lag moving average that I could use with a 5 period Linear Regression Slope

Thanks

Bob Mc

Topic: Harmonics
Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 12:21:07 PM

Hi Peter,

I'm definitely interested in your work - I think it is pretty cutting edge analysis.

I'm not a day trader - ( no patience to sit at the computer all day) but I am interested in both daily and weekly time frames.

Thanks for you sharing offer

Regards

Bob Mc

Topic: Harmonics
Posted: Thursday, January 24, 2013 5:55:18 PM

Ditto for me, too

 

You and Peter have shared some great ideas for a long time now.

Don't know about the programming tho'

 

Regards

Bob Mc

Topic: Regarding Exporting data
Posted: Monday, January 14, 2013 11:26:11 AM

Thanks JAS

Unfortunately this is probably too complicated for my little pea brain these days.

Fortunately, I found a workaround that gets me to where I want to go - without needing to export the bands.

 

I appreciate your support

 

Regards

Bob Mc

Topic: Regarding Exporting data
Posted: Sunday, January 13, 2013 2:44:08 PM

How do I export data such as STARC Bands and Keltner Bands?

I've tried a direct export and the use of a 1 period moving average of top and bottom bands.

None of the data is exported.

 

Regards

Bob Mc