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General Discussion · How to scan a watchlist for double-bottoms?
push5280
msg #122699
1/30/2015 10:41:40 PM

http://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Announcements/New-Pattern-Double-Bottom/243

Filter Exchange · Kaufman's efficiency ratio
push5280
msg #122551
1/18/2015 2:47:17 PM

Thanks again Kevin and Four, I appreciate your help

Filter Exchange · Kaufman's efficiency ratio
push5280
msg #122548
1/18/2015 12:31:49 PM

Thanks Four, I appreciate your help


Filter Exchange · Kaufman's efficiency ratio
push5280
msg #122546
1/17/2015 9:34:23 PM

Anyone care to try their hand coding this? I think it's beyond my expertise http://etfhq.com/blog/2011/02/07/kaufmans-efficiency-ratio/

General Discussion · QUESTION FOR STOCKFETCHER
push5280
msg #121096
7/25/2014 11:04:53 AM

I don't know how to post a screenshot as the typical wuindows method of "print screen" --> paste does not work within this message screen. I will post the filter and breakdown my question so that it is clearer and hopefully more easily understood. My original screen was :
set{wrval, INDPOSITION(williams %r(10), 60) * 100 }
set{indicator, ma(3) - ma(10)}
set{bb1, upper bollinger band(20,2) - lower bollinger band(20,2)}
set{bb%, bb1 / close}
close > 1
average volume(90) > 500,000
do not draw average volume(90)
draw the 3 day slope of obv(10)
draw ma(22)
draw ma(130)
draw ma(200)
draw bb% 6 month low
draw indicator line at 0
draw close 20 day high
draw close 10 day low
draw wrval on plot rsi(2)

However when this plotted, the slope was plotted on the OBV line not the OBV(10) line. After reading the help / support article on OBV I changed the command line "draw the 3 day slope of obv(10)" to "draw the 3 day slope of cema(obv,10)". This only led to more confusion and questions as listed below. The new filter looks like this:
set{wrval, INDPOSITION(williams %r(10), 60) * 100 }
set{indicator, ma(3) - ma(10)}
set{bb1, upper bollinger band(20,2) - lower bollinger band(20,2)}
set{bb%, bb1 / close}
close > 1
average volume(90) > 500,000
do not draw average volume(90)
draw the 3 day slope of cema(obv,10)
draw ma(22)
draw ma(130)
draw ma(200)
draw bb% 6 month low
draw indicator line at 0
draw close 20 day high
draw close 10 day low
draw wrval on plot rsi(2)
The results created more Questions....
1.) Are OBV(10) and cema(obv,10) the same? If they are different then please explain for my understanding. My interpretation of the help / support statement regarding OBV is that OBV is cummulative and when a time period is added "obv(10) it creates an EMA of obv. My thinking is that OBV(10) and cema(obv,10) are the same as EMA(10) and cema(close,10) just different syntax saying the same thing. is that correct? Or is what you are trying to say is that cema(obv,10) returns a 10 period ema of the 10 period ema?
2.) If my assumptions in #1 regarding different syntax to say the same thing are correct why do two different lines plot?
3.) Running the 2nd filter above on the chart for AVEO only the OBV and the ema(10) lines plot and on the chart for GPL the OBV line, ema(10) line and OBV ema(10) line plot. Why?

Just trying to make sense of it all

General Discussion · QUESTION FOR STOCKFETCHER
push5280
msg #121091
7/24/2014 11:17:41 PM

I don't feel like my question was answered. The question had nothing to do with whether the calculation is recursive, see below and please answer the question I asked. Is there a difference between the syntax OBV(10) and CEMA(obv,10) and if so what is it as the labels that are on the chart say the same thing to me as they both infer that the plotted value is the 10 day ema of OBV. if that is not the case then please explain in plain english minus the condescending attitude. If you are not understanding the question I will happily provide a screenshot.

Thanks again


I am trying to draw the 3 day slope of the OBV 10 day ema

the syntax I am using is draw the 3 day slope of cema(obv,10)
it draws the OBV, a line labeled ema 0bv(10), and another labeled ema(10)
the line labeled ema(10) draws above the line ema OBV(10) and the slope is drawn on the ema(10) line

of what is the ema(10) line the ema of? OBV or ema OBV(10)?

thanks in advance

General Discussion · QUESTION FOR STOCKFETCHER
push5280
msg #121087
7/24/2014 7:20:14 PM

I am trying to draw the 3 day slope of the OBV 10 day ema

the syntax I am using is draw the 3 day slope of cema(obv,10)
it draws the OBV, a line labeled ema 0bv(10), and another labeled ema(10)
the line labeled ema(10) draws above the line ema OBV(10) and the slope is drawn on the ema(10) line

of what is the ema(10) line the ema of? OBV or ema OBV(10)?

thanks in advance

General Discussion · New charts ????
push5280
msg #121015
7/13/2014 9:55:04 AM

I saw this question asked a few pages back with no response, is the a way to change the chart background color?

General Discussion · help with custom range please
push5280
msg #118593
3/11/2014 2:59:00 PM

Thanks Kevin!

General Discussion · help with custom range please
push5280
msg #118580
3/10/2014 7:34:59 PM

I'm trying to build a variable that is the 52 week high divided by the 52 week low and I'm not having any luck. It seems quite simple but I'm not getting the correct values for the high or the low and it is jacking up the calculation.

set{52h, 52 week high}
set{52l, 52 week low}
set{myrange, 52h / 52l}

any ideas?

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