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Topic: pcf bullish patterns
Posted: Monday, November 13, 2006 9:49:49 AM
That was it, .......number 0 to letter o. Thanks Stevej
Topic: pcf bullish patterns
Posted: Monday, November 13, 2006 8:12:15 AM
I've watched the PCF video for bullish patterns , put in the formulas, but can't seem to get the values that are needed.
open as % of close yest (0/c1)*100.....TRUE,
close as % of open yest (c/01)*100......value starts at min and jumps to 105,
open as % of close (0/c)*100 TRUE,
open yest as % of close yest (01/c1)*100....Jumps from 95 to 153,
After I put these in my easy scan I can't get the values window to open for the above TRUE formulas or set the proper values for the other formulas. What am I doing wrong? Thanks Steve
Topic: How to create a Personal Criteria Forumula (PCF)
Posted: Sunday, November 12, 2006 9:49:49 AM
I am very interested in writing a formular for bullish engulfing patterns. I have followed (I think) to a t on how do do this. However in my easy scan I can't put in values for "open as % of close" and open as % of close yest" both of these in my easy scan have "true" after it. I'm sure I've done something wrong but can't figure it out. Also the values on "open yest as % of close yest"(153.842 to max) (this is the closest I can get to 100) and "close as % of open yest" (min to max) I can't seem to get the values that I need. Any suggestions? Thanks Steve