Thanks Bruce,
It's been awhile since I tried a market indicator  didn't even think of that
Regards
Bob Mc

This sounds like an interesting and valuable analysis. Could you provide the realcode to do it?
Thank You
Regards
Bob Mc

Quote from Robert's article
Stockfinder reports the odds of the next day moving higher is only 43%, compared to a 57% chance the next day will result in a lower closing price.
Really?! How?
Regards
Bob Mc

Thanks JAS,
I do have several other qualifiers within the layout I'm working with.
I understand about "curve fitting"  even if I'm only working with one stock or index  I can see where it can make a big difference in trending vs cyclical times.
Appreciate your input
Regards
Bob Mc
BTW I've been "experimenting" with Starc Bands applied to various indicators and there seem to be some good actionable action/reaction possibilities when the indicators reach or exceed the bands in either direction. Hve you had any experience with them?

Interesting  who knew? I certainly didn't
I had tried a 3 period exponential MA as my best thought
So, I now have tried all 3 exponential; DEMA and Linear Regression. They are all very similar and frequently have the same turning point on the example I used. DEMA and Lin Reg have slightly wider ranges and the Lin Reg sometimes turns earlier than the other 2.
Now, i just have to find the "right" Linear Regression Slope to use.
Regards
Bob Mc

Hi Bruce,
Is it possible to create a realcode zero lag moving average that I could use with a 5 period Linear Regression Slope
Thanks
Bob Mc

Hi Peter,
I'm definitely interested in your work  I think it is pretty cutting edge analysis.
I'm not a day trader  ( no patience to sit at the computer all day) but I am interested in both daily and weekly time frames.
Thanks for you sharing offer
Regards
Bob Mc

Ditto for me, too
You and Peter have shared some great ideas for a long time now.
Don't know about the programming tho'
Regards
Bob Mc

Thanks JAS
Unfortunately this is probably too complicated for my little pea brain these days.
Fortunately, I found a workaround that gets me to where I want to go  without needing to export the bands.
I appreciate your support
Regards
Bob Mc

How do I export data such as STARC Bands and Keltner Bands?
I've tried a direct export and the use of a 1 period moving average of top and bottom bands.
None of the data is exported.
Regards
Bob Mc
