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 Last 10 Posts Topic: Moving Averages are EQUAL? Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 11:27:19 AM You're so on point...I have found single day moving averages have a better chance of mirroring each other. Great insight! Topic: Moving Averages are EQUAL? Posted: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 11:08:02 AM Thank you for your help!  I'm going to search for some videos on the topic to get better accustomed. Even though it is rare, on occasion this will present itself in the moving averages you choose.  So just because it does manifest now, it may in the future.  Does the formula written recognizes that and produce only when conditions are meet OR are you stating that those moving averages are going to almost never exactly equal? Topic: Moving Averages are EQUAL? Posted: Monday, May 14, 2018 5:15:58 PM Can i somehow use the Boolean formula v = w when comparing any two moving averages that I select? Topic: Moving Averages are EQUAL? Posted: Monday, May 14, 2018 4:59:38 PM Hi there, I'm attempting to create a scan condition where as the two moving averages I select are of the same value. For example, if using the 10-day exponential moving average & the 20-day simple moving average, I'm attempting to locate stocks that have the same equal value for both moving averages.  It doesn't matter what the actual value is as along as it is equal. Greater than, less than, crossing up, crossing down, etc doesn't help in this scenario... Any suggestions or insight would be greatly appreciated! Thank you Topic: Posting Chart to Twitter, StockTwits??? Posted: Friday, January 05, 2018 12:48:37 PM It would be a great addition! Also, maybe a box to select what indicatiors, moving avgs, fundamentals , etc to include or just have the chart by itself. Topic: Posting Chart to Twitter, StockTwits??? Posted: Friday, January 05, 2018 12:14:01 PM just a quick follow question... When in the Save > Image of Chart > ... Is there a way to set the parameters for each option like Theme, Width, Height, Corner Radius?  This would save a good amount of time when trying to save and post. Topic: Posting Chart to Twitter, StockTwits??? Posted: Friday, January 05, 2018 11:29:58 AM I haven't but will definitely look into it. Thank you so much. Topic: Posting Chart to Twitter, StockTwits??? Posted: Friday, January 05, 2018 11:17:54 AM Hi, Been exploring for a way to post charts to social media in a quicker fashion than going through the multiple steps of saving image and all the particulars associated with such. Is there an option or any recommendations. Thank you in advance, Derek Topic: Can't Login??? Posted: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 8:22:32 AM Is there anybody else out there that can't login to view the charting software...I keep getting an invalid username & password but it's not.  In fact, I used the same to log in to this forum. Thanks, Derek Topic: Drawing Toolbar: Horizontal Line OPTION Posted: Monday, December 07, 2015 10:05:59 AM Hi, Please implement the option to decide what type of line, thickness, color, opacity, & value for all horizontal lines being used.  I've emailed support several emails for some time now and was informed the requests would be passed on to the developers.  Another option that could be added to this feature is allowing the line to be fixed or locked on a particular timeframe of your desired choice.  This would present tremendous advantages on mulitiple timeframes as well assiting with other technical indicators.  If this already exists, can you please show me how to do so. Thank you