Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

I request the modification of the following CMOS Formula PCF  Chande Momentum Oscillator with the new parameter:
Highlight values equal to or less than 1 (1 to 100 red).
100 * (C  C14) / (ABS (C  C1) + ABS (C1  C2) + ABS (C2  C3) + ABS (C3  C4) + ABS (C4  C5) + ABS (C5  C6) + ABS (C6  C7) + ABS (C7  C8) + ABS (C8  C9) + ABS (C9  C10) + ABS (C10  C11) + ABS (C11  C12) + ABS (C12  C13) + ABS (C13  C14))
Thank you and goodbye.
raider45


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Please try the following Condition Formula in TC2000 v17.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= (1)
Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

No signals, message Error Formula.


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I have added some parentheses. See if that helps.
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

It works properly !
I would also like to have a version with the same parameters but with positive values from 1 to 100 green.
Thank you and goodbye.
raider45


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You should just need to change the 100 at the beginning of the formula to a 1 and the 1 at the end of the formula to a 100.
1 <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= 100
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Works properly, thank you!
Greetings
raider45


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

I would like a PCF Formula CMO with the following parameter:
Select the negative Titles on a scale <70 to <100
Thank you and goodbye.
Raider45


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Joined: 10/7/2004 Posts: 65,138

Please try the following.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= (70)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

The formula highlights all negative red Titles below the zero line, affecting only the red negatives from 70 to 100.


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

I would like to have a PCF Formula CMO (Chande Momentum Oscillator) with positive values < 50.
Thank you and goodbye
Raider45


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Joined: 10/7/2004 Posts: 65,138

Please try the following.
(0) < 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) < (50)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

The formula returns positive values less than 58  57 etc. however, I am wrong in the formulation, I ask for the return of positive values from 50 to minus 100 negatives.


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The only thing changing in these formulas is the values at the beginning and end of the formula.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= (50)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Congratulations, thank you !
Best regards !


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Given that the Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) has a scale from zero +100 and from zero to 100, I would like to have a PCF Formula with the following parameter: Highlight the titles with the value from 50 to 100.
Thank you and goodbye.
Raider45


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Joined: 10/7/2004 Posts: 65,138

The only thing changing in these formulas is the values at the beginning and end of the formula.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= (50)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Thank you !
Best regards !


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

I would like the modification of the following CMO formula with negative titles to highlight only those included from 80 to 100
Thank you and goodbye.
Raider45


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Joined: 10/7/2004 Posts: 65,138

The only thing changing in these formulas is the values at the beginning and end of the formula.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= (80)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Congratulations ! Thank you!
Sincerely !


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

The formula does not generate the desired values, I probably expressed myself badly !, the formula must respect the following parameter: Today before the opening of the markets, it must evoke the negative Securities with the value from 80 to 100 of yesterday's closing.


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Can you provided some specific examples of symbols which do return true but shouldn't and/or symbols that don't return true but should? Before the open, the formula should do exactly that. After the open you would need to add 1 to the bars ago parameters.
(100) <= 100 * (C1  C15) / SUM(ABS(C1  C2), 14) AND 100 * (C1  C15) / SUM(ABS(C1  C2), 15) <= (80)
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

White page!, The formula does not return any value!


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Can you try copying and pasting the formulas again? I currently get 39 symbols returning true using the formula from my Monday, November 19, 2018 1:24:32 PM ET post and 20 symbols returning true from the formula in my Tuesday, November 20, 2018 7:57:59 AM ET post when scanning the US Common Stocks WatchList using a daily time frame.
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

On 3507 Titles, the formula returns the two following Titles:
HZN  Value 85.15 STKL  Value 32.67 (?)


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HZN does return true for both formulas and is was 94.00 on 11/16/18 and 85.42 on 11/19/18. Both of these vaule are between 100 and 80, so it should return true for both formulas.
STKL returns true for both formulas and it was 88.64 on 11/16/18 and 88.86 on 11/19/18. Both of these value are between 100 and 80, so it should return true for both formulas.
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

The formula required must return only the values of yesterday !


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As stated in the previous response, both symbols had values between 100 and 80 on both 11/16/18 and 11/19/18. So no matter which date you see as "yesterday", they should have returned true. One of the two formulas should do what you want (I just don't know which one).
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Thank you !
Sincerely !


Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

I would appreciate a PCF Formula with the signal on the Titles from +75 to 100 (excluded from +76 to 100).
Thank you and goodbye.
raider45


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Joined: 10/7/2004 Posts: 65,138

Please try the following condition formula.
(100) <= 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) AND 100 * (C  C14) / SUM(ABS(C  C1), 14) <= 75
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Registered User Joined: 9/30/2011 Posts: 788

Thank you !
Sincereley !


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You're welcome.
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