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QUOTE (BigBlock) looks very good all the way around. I had it in my caslim scan for a while and paid no atention to it. Check it yourself and see.
Hi BigBlock,
Do you mind sharing your canslim scan?

Hi Bruce,
Thanks for all of these.

Hi Bruce,
Can I ask you just to compute for just the 50day historical volatility? Here's the formula again:
HV(50day)= standard deviation(ln(today's close/yesterday's close),50)*100*square root(256)
where ln = natural logarithm
or:
1) Divide today's close by yesterday's close 2) Take the natural logarithm of #1 3) Take the standard deviation of #2 for 50 trading days 4)Multiply #3 by 100 5)Multiply #4 by the squae root of 256
May be this will plot easier on the system.

I don't know about my settings but my screen doesn't show those information on all stocks. Some displays them and some don't. How can I get them on all stock?

Hi guys, How can I display a particular stock's Industry and SubIndustry within the screen of the Telechart? (not the indicator but the name of the industry and subIndustry where it belongs).
A side question: Is a Sector the same as the stock's subIndustry?
Thanks.

Yep, please post them so I can give it a try on my system. Please indicate if it can be done as a scan or an indicator.
Thank you very much guys.
Ron

Could you please translate the following information to TC2000, and plot the data as an indicator (6/100HV). a. Compute for the 6day historical volatility: 1. Take the natural logarithm of Today's close divided by Yesterday's close; 2. Take the standard deviation of the result of(1) for 6 trading days; 3. Multiply the result of (2) by 100, then multiply all by the square root of 256.
b. Compute for the 100day historical volatility.
c. Divide the 6dayHV by 100dayHV
If plotting an indicator is not possible, may be an PCF scan for the 6/100HV ratio can be done?
Thank you.

Hi Andreas,
I am currently reading Dave Landry on Swing Trading and his 10 Best Trading Patterns and Strategies. For one thing it is an easy read. Do you know if those strategies were backtested and any results from them? Have you tried his swing trading newsletter?

