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Oops, yes, 1600. Thank you Bruce and StockGuy. Much appreciated.

Bruce, to revisit this briefly, am I correctly using the following to output the highest 100day HV as evaluated over the most recent 10 bars?
Max(600 * ABS((SUM(LOG(C / C1) ^ 2, 100)  LOG(C / C100) ^ 2 / 100) / 100) ^ .5, 10)

Ok, thanks for looking over it, Bruce. Much appreciated.

I dream of being able to upload a .csv to draw horizontal lines on a chart.

Hello.
A. Is there a way to sum the fivelargest 55period Historical Vol bars over a lookback?
B. Is it possible to separately average the same by the sample size (5)?
I'm trying to output a sum for the fivehighest 55bar HV bars evaluated over the last 200 bars, (and then secondarily I'm looking to average that value).
Thank you for taking a look at this problem when convenient.

Many thanks, Bruce. I always appreciate your expertise and problem solving. Thank you.

Bruce, would it be possible to be helped with coverting the four instances above to "either up or down"?
Thank you very much.

Thank you, Bruce. As always, superb. Much appreciated.

Hello.
I'm working with trends with smooth increases over time; the smoother the better. Large gaps up/down make a trend "unsmooth".
I am thinking over the many ways to define "smooth increase", but for now, it might work best to simply count the number of times a ticker has gapped up or down a certain percent over a certain lookback.
Please, what is the formula for:
Count the number of times the symbol has gapped up 5.5% or more over the last 100 bars"
Thank you very much for taking a look.

Oh, RSI actually does make sense. Not sure why I didn't think of that.
Yes, exactly. Thanks, Bruce. Much appreciated, and I hope all's well.

