It's hard to imagine the numbers refelcted in a chart of T2105 represent percentages since the highest value since 8/22/08 is 2.29. The value for 3/9/17 is 0.50. Are you saying this represents 0.5%? I'm comparing this to numbers calculated from the Trading Diary column in Barron's Market Laboratory publisheed 3/12/17. Using the NYSE values in the column (admittedly this represents a subset of all issues trasded but should be in the ballpark as a representation of the market), the value calculated is as follows:
Total issues traded (NYSE): 3,120
New hi's: 217
New Low's: 139
Dividing 139 by 3.120 yields 4.45%
Can you put me straight?

When I plot a weekly series of T2105 (Hi Low Logic Indicator) I see several instances of the indicator reaching vlaues well over 1.0. How can this happen given the definition of the indicator is the lower of the number of new hi's or low's, divided by total number of issues traded? Seems it should be a percentage with 1.0 being the theoretical extreme.

It would be mighty handy to be able to plot the value of a watchlist so the user could monitor performance of different portfolios. Is there a way to do this?

Thanks. Right there in front of me doggone it.

Is there a way to change the opacity of the band lines which appear on indicators such as Money Flow?
