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By mistake I released the mouse too quickly when setting fib retracements and it leaves me with a line that I cant delete. How do I get rid of the line?
I am struggling to read the plotted fib levels on my chart. Can I increase the point size?
Also I would prefer to have the values at the right not hand side .c Can I do this?
I have created a scan condition for price closing above and below 2 SD Bollinger Bands on a daily chart.
This picks up only events that happen today. I would like to extend the condition to identify closes that qualify in the last 5 days. Is that possble?
William thanks for the link. This seems rather odd that TC2000 and SF5 do not have all the same smoothing options available. However I suppose I will just have to choose one system and stick to it consistently. T2000 is the product that I use mostly and is the system that Worden are still developing. SF5 seems to have been abandoned.
TC2000 doesnt have any smoothing options and SF5 allows Arithmetic and exponential. I tried them all and they all difffered from TC2000.
My apologies the stock is AAPL
I have been exporting price data from SF5 into Excel. I recently added ATR period 5 ATR Period 10 and ATR Period 20 to my daily chart.
I did a cross check between T2000 and SF5 and came up wth price differences on the ATR calculations
TC2000 Period 5 ATR 6.39 Period 10 9.01 Period 20 9.12
SF5 Period 5 ATR 8.17 Period 10 8.71 Period 20 8.96
The scaling on SF5 ATR is set to Arithmetic
What would acount for the variance and therfore which one is correct?
I dont see any way to export price data from TC 2000 so I assume SF5 is the only way.
I want to identify on different timeframes when standard bollinger bands of 20 & 2.0 move inside keltner channels of 20 & 1.50 to create a squeeze. I have created 2 scan conditions one for the top BB moving below the top KC and for the lower BB moving above the lower KC. Is there a way to combine these into 1 condition?
My apologies you are entirely correct. I have misunderstood the rules for a PP.
It is as you say the highest up volume which is greater than all down volume days over the last 10 days.
Thanks for helping
perhaps I have misunderstood in that case. I will email them for clclarification.
Thanks for investigating