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Topic: Updated documentation for Hot Keys in TC2000 v12.2 - Nnofficial
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 2:36:50 PM

So you are looking for the inverse of the Backspace key? There really isn't a way to do that currently. The only forward option (Spacebar) wil advance to the next symbol in the WatchList. 

Thank you for your suggestion.



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Topic: What is the best way
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 2:34:28 PM

I don't know if there is a "best way" to do this sort of thing. That said, you might want to try making some sort of "volume surge" type formula comparing the volume of the current bar to the average volume of previous bars and set it to a 10 minute time frame.

The key would be to use this as a sort or if you are going to use it as an EasyScan Condition to create the condition for rank instead of value.

An example of a volume surge type condition might check the ratio of the current bar to the previous 10 bars.

V / AVGV10.1

Or calculate the volume of the current bar as a percentage of the volume of the previous 20 bars.

100 * V / AVGV20.1

Or maybe even calculate the the volume of the current bar as a percent change compared to the average of the previous 38 bars (the rest of the trading day during the last 10 minutes in a 10 minute time frame).

100 * (V / AVGV38.1)

It really doesn't matter what form you use (although the period will matter) as the different forms using the same periods will sort into the same order and rank the same.



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Topic: searching for fibonacci levels ?
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 1:59:17 PM

There is a fairly extensive exploration of this concept for StockFinder in the automatic fib retrace indicator in realcode topic.

Presentations of a similar concept can be found in the Harmonics and harmonics topics.



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Topic: Deleting drawings and alerts
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 1:18:15 PM

It really should delete all drawings for that symbol (and not just temporarily). If that is not the case, then please contact technical support.

Another option to try would be the Erase All selection at the bottom of the drawing tools to the right of the chart. That said, its operation is a bit more complicated and selective in that it will only delete the drawings for the symbol on the selected drawing boards.



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Topic: Short percentage of float
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:50:33 PM

The fundamental was added to TC2000 after StockFinder was no longer in development.



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Topic: Deleting drawings and alerts
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:35:49 PM

No, there is not a way to make it show the date instead of how long ago the news item was posted.



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Topic: option prices
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:19:04 PM

You need to have the option plotted as the main symbol on the chart.

Right-click on the chart and select Edit Chart Properties | Option Sym. Then choose Plot the Option.



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Topic: Deleting drawings and alerts
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:02:15 PM

Right-click on the chart and select Drawings | Delete Drawings for [SYMBOL]... | All Drawings for [SYMBOL} (x).

Alerts need to be deleted one by one.



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Topic: Next Earnings Date as a Condition
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 11:52:18 AM

Thank you for your suggestion.



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Topic: Backtesting
Posted: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 10:40:26 AM

You're welcome.



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