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Topic: Bullish and Bearish conditions
Posted: Monday, January 25, 2016 3:18:23 AM

TC2000 code may look like this:

(O1 <= c1 AND
O > C1 AND C < O1)
(O1 >= c1 AND
O > O1 AND C < C1)

Topic: Bullish and Bearish conditions
Posted: Monday, January 25, 2016 3:06:08 AM

Hi.  I have looked through the Discussion Forum and have not found the answer to this issue.


I am looking for RealCode for bullish engulfing candles.  Here are the requirements:

1) Candle0&#39;s real body (not high/low, but open/close) engulfs Candle(1)&#39;s real body (not the wicks).

2) I do not care whether Candle(1) had a positive or negative day, just want the real body to be smaller than Candle0.


I wrote some (bearish engulfing) code that ASSUMED(!) that the prior day&#39;s candle was negative.  Unfortunately, in the real-world, manytimes the prior day was positive and fouled up my code.

Let&#39;s start with Bullish Engulfig code:

Once the Bullish code is in place, I will be able to create the Bearish equivalent.


Thank you in advance for your help.





Topic: Finding Flat Base - 5 week period, < 15% price variance
Posted: Monday, February 2, 2015 1:20:51 AM

I am looking for Stockfinder code to paint the following:

In any 5-week period, the difference between MAXH and MAXL is no more than 15% in price.


Can you please help?  Thank you!

Topic: PCF for Date/Time Column in TC2000
Posted: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 2:06:03 PM

I would like to add a &#39;DateTime&#39; column to TC2000 watchlists, for use in EasyScans as well as manually-maintained watclists.  Currently, date fields on EasyScan-generated watchlists only show "N/A" as the date/time.


By nature, TC2000 APPEARS to capture all of YYMMDDHHMMSS, but watchlists will only sort by YYMMDD.  Further, ONLY manually-maintained watchlists will display a date.


If I can create an indicator  PCF for displaying YYMMDDHHMMSS, then I can sort on it and display relevant tickers at the top of the list, so long as they meet the EasyScan criteria.

**This is for LIVE data.  Then, I no longer have to search through my scans to (hopefully) discover the correct tickers to chart.


Thank you in advance for all your help and expertise!


Topic: 2-period RSI - Scan to find declining RSI
Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 3:22:09 PM

Thanks for the alternatives, Bruce.  I will try them.





Topic: 2-period RSI - Scan to find declining RSI
Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 8:01:10 PM

Answer found!  No need for work on your part.  Here is the request in context...


RSI2.1 < RSI2.1.1 < RSI2.1.2 < RSI2.1.3 < RSI2.1.4 AND
RSI2.1 < 10 AND
RSI2.4 < 60

Thanks again.

Topic: 2-period RSI - Scan to find declining RSI
Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 7:47:50 PM

I am looking at RSI, 2-period.  I need the RSI to be declining for 4 days in a row..


At the 4th day, RSI needs to be < 10.  All days (1 - 4) must be declining.


Thank you in advance.



Topic: BID / ASK - Use in PCFs
Posted: Monday, May 5, 2014 1:29:48 AM

I am looking for a PCF that will handle BID / ASK in them.  I would like to do a comparison such as....




From another post, it seems as though BID / ASK data is not yet available for PCFs.


I am rather anxious to implement BID / ASK values in my conditions.  TC2000 is obviously displaying BID / ASK data, and has done so for quite some time.


Can you please update me on use of this data in PCFs?


If it is not yet available, can you please put in a request for it ASAP???


Thank u\you.





Topic: Swing High and Swing Low Indicators
Posted: Friday, April 25, 2014 4:48:07 PM

If the 20-day moving average (simple) is going up, and the price dips and forms a Swing Low, how would this be found in Stockfinder?  There are PCFs in TC2000.


I have tried several methods to find Swing Low, such as ...

1) Look for 3 bars going down -> IF Price.Low  < Price.MaxLow(3,1) then pass,



2) 3 bars going up -> IF Price.High  > Price.MaxHigh(3,1) then pass


in a sequence. The results look like a &#39;hodge-podge&#39;.


There must be an easier, and clearer way.

(it would be nice to mark the entire Swing Low, if possible, OR at least mark the bottom bar)




Topic: Adding setup conditions to Stockfinder to mimic TC2000
Posted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 4:15:24 PM

For backtesting (and ability to look back at several years of data), I am attempting to enter code into Stockfinder.  I am fairly well versed with TC2000, but not with Stockfinder.  Here is the scenario...

1. TC2000: Both MAVG50 and MAVG20 moving up.

Stokfinder: Created 2 scan conditions from the moving average lines

2. TC2000: C > AVGC50 and C < AVGC20

Stockfinder:  Created 2 scan conditions from the Price OHLC

3. TC2000: MAXH11 = MAXH30

Stockfinder: ???

4. TC2000: "Wide Range Filter":  (MAXH65-MINL65 > 10) OR
((MAXH65 - MINL65)/C > 0.30)

Stockfinder: ???


Thank you!