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raider45
Posted : Thursday, July 12, 2018 10:37:23 AM
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I would like to have a PCF Formula Stoch-Rsi with the following parameters 4-3-3 "smoothed", with signal Up and Down on crossing % D3
 
Thank you and goodbye.
 
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Bruce_L
Posted : Thursday, July 12, 2018 12:24:14 PM


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I am going to assume the settings are the following.

Stochastics RSI

Stochastics RSI:

- RSI Period: 4
- Stochastics Period: 3
- %K: 3
- Average Type: Simple

%D:

- Period: 3
- Offset: 0
- Average Type: Simple

If so, the crossing up formula would be the following.

XUP(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 3)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 3) - MIN(WRSI4, 3)), 3), AVG(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 3)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 3) - MIN(WRSI4, 3)), 3), 3))

And the crossing down formula would be the following.

XDOWN(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 3)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 3) - MIN(WRSI4, 3)), 3), AVG(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 3)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 3) - MIN(WRSI4, 3)), 3), 3))

Alternately you may be describing the following settings if your numbers are coming from another program without separet settings for the period used for the stochastic and RSI in the Stochastics RSI indicator.

Stochastics RSI:

- RSI Period: 4
- Stochastics Period: 4
- %K: 3
- Average Type: Simple

%D:

- Period: 3
- Offset: 0
- Average Type: Simple

If so, the crossing up formula would be the following.

XUP(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 4)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 4) - MIN(WRSI4, 4)), 3), AVG(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 4)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 4) - MIN(WRSI4, 4)), 3), 3))

And the crossing down formula would be the following.

XDOWN(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 4)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 4) - MIN(WRSI4, 4)), 3), AVG(AVG((WRSI4 - MIN(WRSI4, 4)) / (MAX(WRSI4, 4) - MIN(WRSI4, 4)), 3), 3))

An easier way to create all of the above conditions would be to just add the indicator to the chart, adjust the settings as desired, and click on it to select Create Condition.



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raider45
Posted : Thursday, July 12, 2018 1:38:15 PM
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Congratulations and thank you !
 
Best regards !
Bruce_L
Posted : Thursday, July 12, 2018 1:42:40 PM


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You're welcome.



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