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Topic: Cup & Handle PCF
Posted: Thursday, November 05, 2009 12:14:25 AM
This is what I developed and use.  Thoughts/feedback appreciated.  Tim

 (MAXH10 < MAXH101.29 AND C <= MAXH129.1 AND C1 <= MAXH128.2 AND C2 <= MAXH127.3 AND C3 <= MAXH126.4 AND C4 <= MAXH125.5 AND C5 <= MAXH124.6 AND C6 <= MAXH123.7 AND C7 <= MAXH122.8 AND C8 <= MAXH121.9 AND C9 <= MAXH120.10 AND C10 <= MAXH119.11 AND C11 <= MAXH118.12 AND C12 <= MAXH117.13 AND C13 <= MAXH116.14 AND C14 <= MAXH115.15 AND C15 <= MAXH114.16 AND C16 <= MAXH113.17 AND C17 <= MAXH112.18 AND C18 <= MAXH111.19 AND C19 <= MAXH110.20 AND C20 <= MAXH109.21 AND C21 <= MAXH108.22 AND C22 <= MAXH107.23 AND C23 <= MAXH106.24 AND C24 <= MAXH105.25 AND C25 <= MAXH104.26 AND C26 <= MAXH103.27 AND C27 <= MAXH102.28 AND C28 <= MAXH101.29 AND C29 <= MAXH100.30 AND C >= AVGC50 AND C / MAXH130 >= .80 AND (MINC65 - MAXC130) / MAXC130 >= ( - .55) AND (MINC65 - MAXC130) / MAXC130 <= ( - .12) AND MAXC10 / MINC10 <= 1.25 AND (C - MINC65) / (MAXC130 - MINC65) > .5)
Topic: T2100
Posted: Thursday, January 01, 2009 3:47:20 PM
I couldn't find an answer for this.  Does T2100 indicator include ETF's in its calculation?
Topic: Volume moving average values change with zoom
Posted: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 9:07:08 PM
Sorry about the image width.

I figured it out.  It has to do with the volume truncating feature.  It was turned on to truncate anything over x10.  I turned it off and the volume bar always stays under the moving average line for that particular day.  Other symbols tested well too.

Regarding the values, I turned the pointer on and checked this symbol and many others and the values still fluctuate.  Without the truncating turned on, the values generally only fluctuate by the hundreds which isn't a huge deal.  With truncating on the values can fluctuate by the hundreds of thousands.
Topic: Volume moving average values change with zoom
Posted: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 8:51:34 PM
Let's forget about the actual values right now.  Look at the two images.  Same stock, same day but in the closer zoom the daily volume appears below the average volume line and in the further out zoom the daily volume appears above the average volume line.


Topic: Volume moving average values change with zoom
Posted: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 3:19:54 PM
This issue I'm having isn't with the data bar.  It is with the data box that displays when the pointer mode is activated.
Topic: Volume moving average values change with zoom
Posted: Tuesday, December 30, 2008 9:24:04 PM
I just noticed this issue while looking at the chart of AIPC visually on zoom 2 & 4.  I moved the volume and moving average to the top pane and used the pointer to watch the values as I changed the zoom.  The moving average of volume line (30 day simple) changes values as I adjust the zoom.  On zoom 2 the value of the moving average is 3,450.33.  On zoom 4 the value of the moving average is 3,959.58.  The closer I zoom, the higher the value goes.  I did the same with over 10 other symbols on various zoom levels and all of them the volume moving average value changed as the zoom changed (some more significant than others).  Is there a way to correct this issue?
Topic: Daily Volatility
Posted: Saturday, January 12, 2008 12:23:31 AM
Here is what I use:

((AVGH20 - AVGL20) / 2 + (ABS(AVGH20 - AVGC20.1) / 2) + (ABS(AVGL20 - AVGC20.1) / 2)) / C * 100
Topic: NYSE volume
Posted: Friday, May 25, 2007 11:00:28 AM
OK, thanks.
Topic: NYSE volume
Posted: Thursday, May 24, 2007 3:57:46 PM
I couldn't find an answer online or in the help files. Where is the volume data for NYSE derived from? It shows the same as the volume data on the S&P500 and much different than what the NY Stock Exchange reports as actual volume. Nasdaq volume data in COMPQX is much closer to what the exchange reports.

Thanks.
Topic: average true range pcf
Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 4:08:59 PM
I'll watch the video to see if that helps. My goal is to subtract 8x the ATR of the past 21 days from the 10 day high (for longs) and add 5x the ATR of the past 21 to the 10 day low (for shorts) and plot each on a chart.