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StockGuy
Posted : Thursday, September 17, 2009 2:44:42 PM

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They're now the Morningstar Industry Groups.  Morningstar acquired Hemscott.
JohnHammond
Posted : Thursday, September 17, 2009 5:16:48 PM
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Thx so much Stock Guy.
rtsruns
Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2009 10:12:11 AM
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I've read the previous posts and cannot figure out how to add those PCF's to the columns.  The pull down menu items are the o nly options.  ???
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Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2009 8:20:05 PM
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I've read the previous posts and cannot figure out how to add those PCF's to the columns.  The pull down menu items are the only options.  ???
The pull down items are all system PCF's
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, November 02, 2009 9:09:48 AM


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rtsruns,
Have you created and updated the Personal Criteria Formulas you wish to add?

How to create a Personal Criteria Forumula (PCF)

The Customize the Information Displayed in the WatchList topic explores customizing the Watchlist Columns in more detail.

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rtsruns
Posted : Monday, November 02, 2009 12:13:56 PM
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Thanks, my bad.
I didn't realize Personal ones went into the system list.
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Posted : Monday, November 02, 2009 12:16:26 PM


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rtsruns,
You're welcome. I'm happy to read you were able to figure it out.

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Posted : Wednesday, November 18, 2009 4:44:28 AM
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This video refers to the watchlist "All Media Industriy Averages" located in the component watchlist section. This watchlist is missing in Telechart 2007. What watchlist should be used?
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Posted : Wednesday, November 18, 2009 8:28:42 AM

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Moriningstar Industry Groups

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Posted : Wednesday, December 30, 2009 1:36:12 PM
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DougI can't find All Media General Industry Averages in any of the Watchlists including "Components"Seems like alot of your instructional videos are old!
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Posted : Wednesday, December 30, 2009 1:49:45 PM

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They are now called the Morningstar Industry Groups.  Techniques used in the video are the same.

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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 4:28:00 PM
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I've watched the video and everything is working perfectly except that I'm having trouble locating the "Rate Of Change" PCF, and cannot locate it in my system.  Can you send me the PCF, or tell me if it's called something else.
Thanks, Joel
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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 4:33:46 PM


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I could be wrong, but I think you want the Personal Criteria Formulas in Doug's Monday, November 22, 2004 8:42:14 PM ET post located right below the video.

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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 5:14:42 PM
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I created the monthly tabs without any problem, but now want to run the sort he talks about at 8:20 into the presentation.  On his lower graph he has "RateChange" and that's what I would like to implement.
Thanks for help.
StockGuy
Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 5:18:00 PM

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Click the Edit button on the chart, then click the + sign beside the middle or bottom pane labels and select Price Rate of Change.

Attachments:
PriceRateofChange.png - 38 KB, downloaded 2,014 time(s).

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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 5:44:00 PM
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That's the one, right in front of me the whole time.  Thanks.  One last question, is there any way to sort the list by volume or price?  In other words can I select from my PCF's that I want to filter out any stocks that trade less than 1M shares, or greater than $XX dollars.
-Joel
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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 5:48:19 PM

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Price Per Share is a system critieria, as is Volume 1-Day, Volume 5-Day and Volume 90-day. 

You can sort by any of these criteria but if you only want stocks of a certain price and volume, you should create an EasyScan and add these criteria to the scan.

5-day and 90-day are averages and volume is in 100s, so to scan for average volume > 1m shares, set the range selector to 10000 to Max.
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Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 6:00:50 PM
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Thanks StockGuy, think I finally got it.
-Joel
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Posted : Sunday, March 07, 2010 1:30:30 PM
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Hi DougThis is a great scan for finding sectors moving from Stage 1 into Stage 2 aka Stan Weinstein. How about finding sectors moving from Stage 3 into Stage 4? You are really looking for sectors that have underperformed the market a couple of months ago ie. they started to slow down, then last month they went flat ie they started to roll over (stage 3), then this month they seriously underperformed the market ie. they have moved into stage 4.I have played around and can't quite seem to get a straight forward way of doing it.
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I am not familiar with Stan Weinstein or his methods and do not understand the requirements as outlined in your post either. That said, you want to take a look at the following topics to review some previous explorations of Weinstein's ideas.

weinstein method formula in TC
Weinstein screen

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Posted : Saturday, July 10, 2010 12:05:54 PM
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Okay, I got the Morningstar thing, but when I go to tab three I get something like "Capitalization" and "Sales" with all the fields empty.  How do I get the current month to the prior three months?
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, July 12, 2010 9:10:24 AM


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jtweber10,
Welcome to the forums. A very good foundation for learning how to use TeleChart can be gained by reviewing the following:

If you are new to TeleChart READ THIS FIRST!

You have to create the Personal Criteria Formulas which are given under the video.

How to create a Personal Criteria Forumula (PCF)

The Customize the Information Displayed in the WatchList topic explores customizing the Watchlist Columns in more detail.

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ahsoliveira
Posted : Thursday, June 30, 2011 8:23:18 PM
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Hi

I have succesfully implemented all PCF and watchlist as demonstrated in video.

I have the following issue creating my sort by from Rate od change. In the video it stated that we needed to set  "visiual change" with a   "visiual change period = 10" unfortunately in tc2000 this is not an option which value do I choose to implement the above

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Posted : Thursday, July 07, 2011 11:59:23 AM


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Visual Change is not available in the TC2000.com version 11 beta. I would suggest substituting Rate of Change Percent for the Rate of Change and then creating a Quick Sort for Net Change.

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mrivmriv
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 3:36:26 PM
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I am assuming this does not work (in the same way) on TC2000, the new format, because there is no "industry pulldown" on the chart. Am I correct?
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 3:39:41 PM


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While it is possible to implement the basic ideas, the specifics of how to implement this in TC2000 version 7 and TC2000 version 12 are different.

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mrivmriv
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 3:47:35 PM
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I have chosen to use only one platform, TC2000. There are probably many like me, not to mention all new users.When I search for instructional videos, most are for the old platform. Why don't you clearly delineate stuff for the old platform and stuff for the new one? It's an idea!
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 3:55:02 PM


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The instructional videos for TC2000 version 7 are mostly posted in the forums. You can access the TC2000 version 12 instructional videos from within TC2000 version 12 itself. Just select Help | Tutorial Videos.

Most of the recent Worden Webinars are TC2000 version 12 related.

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mrivmriv
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 4:36:09 PM
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You guys have become to comfortable. Your site and platforms are a mess. It seems the old and new platforms, which are very different, have about the same name.You said the videos are available under help. Not. Unless you go to even another version, the web version.There are numerous videos (mostly from years ago) concerning the old program (or is the old program considered current?). What are you selling?You need some fresh blood in you organization. You are used to what you are used to. Just my thoughts to help you improve.A not so happy camper, and a member for going on five years.
Bruce_L
Posted : Monday, December 12, 2011 4:41:37 PM


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We have two versions of TC2000. Your data subscription allows you to run both programs simultaneously.

TC2000 version 7 runs entirely on your computer (what you are calling the old version).

TC2000 version 12 runs on our servers and is accessible on your computer (what you are calling the web version).

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sabre365
Posted : Monday, January 30, 2012 10:49:25 PM
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How come when I paste the formula for sorting the top sectors in TC 2000 v_12 I get an error message?

Here are the PCF's for the sort criteria used for the sort columns in the video.

Current Month:
((C-C20)/C20)*100

Prior Month #1:
((C21-C41)/C41)*100

Prior Month #2:
((C42-C62)/C62)*100

Prior Month #3:
((C63-C83)/C83)*100

Mike
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Posted : Tuesday, January 31, 2012 8:10:59 AM


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None of these four formulas return any error messages in TC2000 version 12. All indicate a calculation speed of fast and return a value when test formula is selected.

Please make sure you are copying and pasting the entire formula (you can use ctrl-v to paste into TC2000 version 12), but are not copying and pasting anything extra. For example, the name of each formula is not part of the formula and should not be included.

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sabre365
Posted : Tuesday, January 31, 2012 8:29:28 PM
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Your right. When I pasted each argument in a single PCF page it works. So the procedure for running in TC2000 is the same as shown in the above video example from 2004?

Is there written procedure to follow instead of going back to the video?

Bruce_L
Posted : Wednesday, February 01, 2012 7:55:51 AM


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The general procedure is the same in TC2000 version 7 and TC2000 version 12. The details will vary as the exact features are different. There is no transcript of the video or written instructions available on implementing the technique.

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sabre365
Posted : Wednesday, February 01, 2012 10:19:00 PM
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The watchlist in the video uses ALL MEDIA GENERAL AVERAGES. Since this isn't present in TC2000 v_12 I'm guessing Main Industries and Sub Industries should be used to find the momentum sectors, correct?
StockGuy
Posted : Wednesday, February 01, 2012 10:28:55 PM

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No, the Main Industries and Sub-Industries lists display the other stocks in the same Main or Sub-Industry of the stock you select in another list or on a chart. Use the Morningstar Industry Group Averages list.
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Posted : Thursday, February 02, 2012 7:41:46 PM
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After step 6, change active watchlist to all flagged items at 4:59 into the video where it says create a new watchlist and click "start with the symbols from the active watchlist" I lose it. When I click create a new watchlist it does not give me this option (start with the symbols from the active watchlist). Nevertheless I rename the watchlist with all flagged items as Momentum Sectors and click OK. Then all the fields in the columns disappear except the headers. I find the empty watchlist in personal. What went wrong?
Bruce_L
Posted : Friday, February 03, 2012 9:08:03 AM


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There are quite a few differences in the features used in the video between TC2000 version 7 and TC2000 version 12, so I'm impressed you have been able to work around them enough to get to this point.

At this step, try right-clicking on one of the symbols in the All Flagged Symbols WatchList, selecting Copy All Symbols, choosing To Other List... and selecting (New Personal WatchList) from the Copy symbols to: drop-down menu. Then change the Active WatchList to whatever you named your new WatchList.

The very next step is going to be an issue however as the current production release of TC2000 version 12 does not have the Industry Menu on the chart (something similar has been added to the TC2000 version 12 beta). I would take a look at the SECTOR ANALYSIS topic for some workarounds.

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