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volvlov
32 posts
msg #148004
Ignore volvlov
6/1/2019 10:35:38 PM

I am interesting in seeing when the weekly +di moving average starts to move up. The script below works for the day but SF does not like the syntax for the weekly, i.e. "set {x,weekly +di(14)}". I think it hates the + sign. Any thoughts?


set {x,+di(14)}
set {xx,cema(x,15)}
set {y,-di(14)}
set {yy,cema(y,15)}
set {xm1, value of xx 1 day ago}
set {del,xx-xm1}
del crossed above 0
draw del line at 0
draw xx
draw yy on plot xx
draw adx



KSK8
360 posts
msg #148007
Ignore KSK8
6/2/2019 10:21:27 AM

Should work.

Fetcher[

set{pos,+DI(14)}
set{neg, -DI(14)}

set{x,weekly pos}
set{xx,cema(x,15)}
set{y,weekly neg}
set{yy,cema(y,15)}
set{xm1, value of xx 1 day ago}
set{del,xx-xm1}
del crossed above 0
draw del line at 0
draw xx
draw yy on plot xx
draw adx

]





volvlov
32 posts
msg #148012
Ignore volvlov
6/2/2019 8:24:55 PM

Thank you for the help!

Mactheriverrat
2,147 posts
msg #148013
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
6/2/2019 10:17:34 PM

One question is if your looking at Weekly +di(14). Wouldn't you want to look at it from a weekly chart?


Chart-display is weekly

Village Elder
62 posts
msg #148015
Ignore Village Elder
6/2/2019 10:33:10 PM

The SF syntax here needs to be modified to make sure it works as you want:

"Note:

When using the +DI or -DI inside set statements, you'll want to use PDI (for +DI) and MDI (for -DI)."


use weekly pdi(14) and weekly mdi(14) when referencing these indicators within a user defined function (e.g., the set{} statement).

bushynose
11 posts
msg #148018
Ignore bushynose
6/3/2019 12:59:32 AM

Fetcher[
set {x,weekly pdi(14)}
set {xx,cema(x,15)}
set {y,weekly mdi(14)}
set {yy,cema(y,15)}
set {xm1, value of xx 1 day ago}
set {del,x-xm1}
del crossed above 0
draw del line at 0
draw xx
draw yy on plot xx
draw adx
]



Fetcher[
set {x,weekly pdi(14)}
set {y,weekly mdi(14)}
set {xm1, value of x 1 day ago}
set {del,x-xm1}
del crossed above 0
draw del line at 0
draw x
draw y on plot x
draw adx
]



volvlov
32 posts
msg #148027
Ignore volvlov
6/3/2019 8:41:04 PM

Perfect. Thanks everyone! Yes, I should be looking at weekly here. I will probably end up with daily and weekly elements in the same filter and look at the results side by side in TradingView. I'm still very new here and learning.

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