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Doug_H
 Posted : Wednesday, May 25, 2005 1:05:43 PM

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Setting up your chart for the RSMA Exit Strategy

RSMA relative strength moving average exit strategy

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 Posted : Wednesday, May 25, 2005 2:13:31 PM

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odejonge
 Posted : Thursday, June 16, 2005 4:44:18 PM
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Just curious... Could you tell me how to set up pcf's to show both up and down crossovers such as the 10MA crossing down and up over the 40MA, like perhaps in the last 2 or 3 days? (This is assuming the use of the RS: SP-500)
Doug_H
 Posted : Thursday, June 16, 2005 4:46:32 PM

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You can't write PCF's for Relative Strength, but you can find crossovers using a technique involving visual difference sorting. Here is a training video that demonstrates how to do this. The video uses two moving averages of price, but the same procedure can be used with two moving averages of Relative Strength.

Comparing indicators using Visual Difference sorts

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jackm1
 Posted : Thursday, June 16, 2005 5:18:32 PM

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Doug,
i have paid a programmer to develop a special program called &quot; easyscans &quot;. What it does is that it would query the tc2000 and gives me, in excel, all the findings of easyscans for that day.
For instance, if I have 20 scans showing me 30 stocks, it would put it nicely in excel sheet so I can do my bookeeeping and can keep track of the performance of my easyscans.
Now, with tc2005 soemthing had happened and your programmers changed something and my program does not work anymore.
I am devastated by this as I have lost all the tracking of my PCFs and I do not know as how my easyscans are doing performance wise.

Is there a way, in worden studio or in tc2000 directory structure, where I can find my daily easyscans listed with its respective stock tickers. please let me know.

Please contact me directly if you can to my email.

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Doug_H
 Posted : Thursday, June 16, 2005 5:28:07 PM

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jackm1:

I am unaware of any changes to the program that would have caused your EasyScans to disappear. Your best bet is to contact our technical support department and have them help you figure out what's going on. The can be reached as follows:

support@worden.com
(919)408-0542
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Sorry for not being able to handle this technical issue here in the forums, but the tech support staff is qualified to help you, and they will be happy to work with you.

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kotleramnon
 Posted : Thursday, August 11, 2005 5:17:21 AM
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Hi,
Thank you for the great presentation.
I'm trying to plot the rekative strength but in my option window i'm allowed for industry relative strength and not for s&p 500 relative strength. Why is that?
Thanks
Craig_S
 Posted : Thursday, August 11, 2005 7:01:32 AM

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The industry menu only automates the RS line to the industry or sub industry. You can manually add the indicator and set the comparison symbol OR once you plotted your RS to industry, right click on the name of the indicator in the upper left of the window and choose EDIT. There you can change the comparison ticker to SP-500.

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 Posted : Thursday, June 28, 2007 1:46:27 PM
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Is there a way to plot the stock to the industry that it is in and whenever the stock changes the industry changes?

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A.T.
Bruce_L
 Posted : Thursday, June 28, 2007 1:50:42 PM

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