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Working now. Tested in versions 4 and 5.
We made some database changes last week and that's probably the issue. Should have it corrected today.
What defines the second "high" in your illustration? It's only higher than the two bars before it.
L = L1
If by "gap down" you mean the high today is less than the low yesterday...
(H < L1) and (L1 - H) / (H1 - L1) < .35
The two contracts that are shown in your first pic are regular options and the strikes are in $1 increments. The $.50 increments are for the weekly options.
You can export chart data on individual stocks, but you cannot link TC2000 to Excel.
Assuming a stochastic period of 10 with %K set to 5...
MIN(STOC(10,5,1),5) < 20 AND MAX(STOC(10,5,1),5) > 20 AND STOC(10,5) > MAX(STOC(10,5,1),5)
Click the X on the tab to remove it. Click the + button left of the X to Move it.
Alcoa changed to Arconic (ARNC) last November and then spun off Alcoa (AA).
Alcoa Inc. completed its separation into two separate companies. The original Alcoa Inc (AA) became Arconic Inc. (ARNC) and then Arconic Inc. (ARNC) spun off the new Alcoa Corporation (AA). On November 1st 2016, the new Alcoa Corporation (AA) shares will begin to trade in a regular way on the New York Stock Exchange. Shareholders of the original Alcoa Corporation (now Arconic Inc) will receive one share of the new Alcoa Corporation for every three shares of the original Alcoa Inc.