styliten 227 posts msg #153108  Ignore styliten 
7/14/2020 4:47:35 PM
Hello there,
Have some difficulty plotting out volume benchmarks:
and draw average volume(15) multiply by 1.75
and draw average volume(15) multiply by 1.80
The above does work work and a band corresponding to 75% & 80% above average volume of last 15 day's would be drawn on the volume plot. However, today's volume is counted in the last "15 days". How to draw the same thing for the most recent 15 days PRIOR to today?
Tried:
and draw average volume(15) multiply by 1.75 1 day ago
and draw average volume(15) multiply by 1.80 1 day ago
and
and draw average volume(15) 1 day ago multiply by 1.75
and draw average volume(15) 1 day ago multiply by 1.80
and
and draw average volume(15) 1 day ago multiply by 1.75 on plot volume
and draw average volume(15) 1 day ago multiply by 1.80 on plot volume
none of these worked.
Any suggestions?

graftonian 1,089 posts msg #153116  Ignore graftonian 
7/15/2020 9:51:48 AM
Is this any help?

styliten 227 posts msg #153118  Ignore styliten modified 
7/15/2020 10:23:01 AM
Thanks for your reply! That's certainly one solution.
I guess I should rephrase my original question as follows:
Is there a way to reference the "volume" plot per se?
Usually, one can say "draw xxx on plot price", but "draw xxx on plot volume" doesn't seem to work. Does the volume plot go by a different name?

olathegolf 119 posts msg #153132  Ignore olathegolf 
7/15/2020 10:33:26 PM
Not sure if this helps:


Cheese 1,374 posts msg #153133  Ignore Cheese 
7/15/2020 11:58:50 PM
maybe something like this
and like this

styliten 227 posts msg #153134  Ignore styliten modified 
7/16/2020 12:15:18 AM
Found 1 small trick:
the above does work. Not elegant but more or less works and shows 2 different levels of volume benchmarks on the SAME VOLUME plot, red flagging the days on the volume plot when daily volume more than doubles the average daily volume of recent X # of days since pullback is imminent right after these high volume days.

styliten 227 posts msg #153157  Ignore styliten modified 
7/16/2020 2:01:38 PM
Emailed customer service and here is the feedback:
so apparently, the VOLUME plot goes by a different name, i.e., "Average volume" or "Average Volume(X)":
How ODD is that?! But this does work!
