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Profile: michaelscrawford
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Topic: How to scan formula if moving vwap 6 is crossing moving vwap 12.
Posted: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 10:25:01 AM

Plot MVWAP6 and MVWAP12.  Click on MVWAP6 and Create a Condition.  One of the drop down items is Condition.  Click & Scroll down to Crossing Up MVWAP12 and save.  You can now add it as a condition to your EasyScan or a Column in your Watchlists.

Topic: Custom indicator Error Message
Posted: Tuesday, May 9, 2006 12:46:29 AM
I emailed support as Doug suggested.

Note: I am graphing on a weekly chart. Data is still there.

Thanks for looking,
Topic: Custom indicator Error Message
Posted: Monday, May 8, 2006 10:34:23 AM
Support directed me here.

The custom formula xAvgC100-xAvgC100.5 gives me a FORMULA ERROR MESSAGE on several of my stocks. There is enough data and if I test the formula it will give me an value (answer). Thus the error is not in today's data but somewhere in the past. It is to many errors. For example:

Formula graphs on:

Error message on:
Topic: TSV stock screener
Posted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005 12:55:37 PM
TSV30>0 and TSV30.1<0
Topic: Scaling Middle & Bottom Windows
Posted: Tuesday, June 7, 2005 12:29:32 PM
In the middle window I plot a CCI 6 day. I would like to show a line at +100 and another at -100 going across the window. This would allow me to visually see a crossover as a stock shows strenght (rising thru -100) and weakness (falling thru (+100).

Is there a way to accomplish scaling other than the Worden defaults?