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 Last 10 Posts Topic: ATR Discrepancies Posted: Monday, January 9, 2017 1:06:36 PM A little weird I cannot copy and paste directly from the web site but I can if I paste/copy it into Notepad in between.  Thanks.  I get the same #s for your version and the built in version.  I'll test the other formula out tonght. Topic: ATR Discrepancies Posted: Monday, January 9, 2017 12:26:10 PM Thx Bruce but I am getting a syntax error on the top 9 period ATR indicator formula you posted above. Topic: ATR Discrepancies Posted: Sunday, January 8, 2017 10:29:06 PM I have inserted both a few of Bruce’s ATR formula’s (from the forums) and the built in Worden formula and I am getting different results. I want to use a 9 period ATR and I need to use it in 3 ways. 1 – I want to have it post the results on the tool bar. I can get this from a PCF ATR, but not from the Worden built in version. How can I have the built in ATR post on the tool bar? 2 – How can I write a PCF where yesterdays range (H1-L1) => 150% of the 9 day ATR? 3 – Which ATR is correct for a 9 period ATR? For example, the below formulas yields a 9 dayATR of 1.67 & 1.39 while TC2000’s built in ATR 9 day yields an ATR of 1.53 (on MSFT). Which is correct? ((AVGH14 - AVGL14) / 2 + (ABS(H - C1) + ABS(C1 - L) + ABS(H1 - C2) + ABS(C2 - L1) + ABS(H2 - C3) + ABS(C3 - L2) + ABS(H3 - C4) + ABS(C4 - L3) + ABS(H4 - C5) + ABS(C5 - L4) + ABS(H5 - C6) + ABS(C6 - L5) + ABS(H6 - C7) + ABS(C7 - L6) + ABS(H7 - C8) + ABS(C8 - L7) + ABS(H8 - C9) + ABS(C9 - L8) + ABS(H9 - C10) + ABS(C10 - L9) + ABS(H10 - C11) + ABS(C11 - L10) + ABS(H11 - C12) + ABS(C12 - L11) + ABS(H12 - C13) + ABS(C13 - L12) + ABS(H13 - C14) + ABS(C14 - L13)) / 28) ((AVGH14 - AVGL14) / 2 + (ABS(H - C1) + ABS(C1 - L) + ABS(H1 - C2) + ABS(C2 - L1) + ABS(H2 - C3) + ABS(C3 - L2) + ABS(H3 - C4) + ABS(C4 - L3) + ABS(H4 - C5) + ABS(C5 - L4) + ABS(H5 - C6) + ABS(C6 - L5) + ABS(H6 - C7) + ABS(C7 - L6) + ABS(H7 - C8) + ABS(C8 - L7) + ABS(H8 - C9) + ABS(C9 - L8) + ABS(H9 - C10) + ABS(C10 - L9) + ABS(H10 - C11) + ABS(C11 - L10) + ABS(H11 - C12) + ABS(C12 - L11) + ABS(H12 - C13) + ABS(C13 - L12) + ABS(H13 - C14) + ABS(C14 - L13)) / 28) Topic: PCF Condition Formula Posted: Thursday, January 5, 2017 4:42:09 PM Thanks Bruce. Topic: PCF Condition Formula Posted: Thursday, January 5, 2017 4:15:01 PM Bruce - Why did yu switch to using the 299ma verses the 300ma in the above formula? Curious as to your thought processes. Topic: PCF Condition Formula Posted: Thursday, January 5, 2017 4:04:31 PM Stockguy - Thanks.  When will the next V17 be released? Bruce - Thanks.  I will test it tonight. Topic: PCF Condition Formula Posted: Thursday, January 5, 2017 3:28:38 PM Can I create this PC Condition Formula that shows as true in a range?  In other words, a PCF that does the following... C.30>cavg300.30 and (sometime between 2 and 29 days ago, price touches or crosses below cavg300) Its the range of 'between 2 & 29 days' that has me.  I dont care when the cross/touch occurs, but just that it does between 2 and 29 days ago.  Thanks. Topic: Wedge pattern scan Posted: Sunday, December 11, 2016 10:54:37 PM Buce - I read the origonal thread and this one and I have 1 queston. What is the Blocks share area and where do I find it?  I searched everywhere to download "Dragon of David John Hall Vers. 1.0" but I hae had no success.  Thanks. Topic: How To Back Test Posted: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 3:01:40 PM Thx Bruce. Topic: How To Back Test Posted: Wednesday, December 7, 2016 2:37:04 PM I used to use Stockfinder and there was backtesting available.  When I rejoined, Stockfinder was discontinued so I joined tc2000, but I could really use the backtesting feature to fine tune a test/tweak my trading. Is there any plans on ever adding that backtesting feature to tc2000?