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Updated request: A scan to detect when price is within 2% of the 5dema in the last 10 days from a Watchlist. What I'm trying to acheive is to take a watchlist of price breakouts or gap-up, typcally from earnings or other reasons, and find those were price drifts back to the 5dema. Preston
Bruce, can you provide a scan to detect when price is within 2% of the 5dema from a Watchlist?
Bruce, is it possible to add to this PCF 'and Earnings Estimates for the next Qtr are greater than 5%'?
Bruce, I have this formula for a Rising Stochastic Cross Indicator (Stochastic 10.4.4) and it should present a Green Dot on my price chart. However, I don't get the Green Dot. Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong? (v18.0.6626.29703)
iif (stoc10.4.1 < avg(stoc10.4.1,4) and stoc10.4 > avg(stoc10.4,4) and stoc10.4<75, .995 * min(1, 5),0)
Here's the video tutorial that I followed to get the formula:
Bruce, can you provide a PCF for the Daily price 5SMA crossing up through the 10SMA and closing in the upper half range of the day? Thanks, Preston
That worked. When I ran the PCF it pulled up LITE and COTV from my watchlist, it looks like only the TSV crossover occurred, and not the RSI, maybe because of the Wilder portion. Preston
Thanks Bruce, but when I cut and pasted into v16 the I got an error "Please Enter a Formula" when I entered as both a Condition PCF and Indicator PCF. - Preston
Bruce, can you provide a PCF for when the TSV Simple Moving Average 24 crosses up through the TSV Simple Moving Average 12 AND the Wilder RSI 15 crosses up through the Wilder RSI 75? Typically, this wll occur within a few day apart, but could take as long as 10 days apart in no particular order. I'm trying to catch those two crossovers as close together as possible on a daily chart.- Preston
Is there a PCF to detect stocks that are trading above the 50 Moving Average? Even better, is there another one that detects when it is trading 150% of the 50 Moving Average?
Can you provide a PCF that would indicate when both the Upper and Lower 2-std deviation Bollinger Band moves outside the Keltner Channel?