StockFetcher Forums · General Discussion · Time Segmented Volume << 1 2 >>Post Follow-up
 hrbmd214 postsmsg #53946- Ignore hrbmd2 8/9/2007 8:16:58 PMkarennma, Where did you get the 500000 volume and 5 days from? And isn't this supposed to be a moving trend? hrbmd214 postsmsg #53947- Ignore hrbmd2 8/9/2007 8:39:22 PMkarennma, Where did you get the values (volume, days, etc.)? And isn't this supposed to be a moving trendline? curmudgeon103 postsmsg #53950- Ignore curmudgeon 8/9/2007 10:58:14 PMI took a stab at it...dunno how to do the logic in SF. I did good to get this far. May work on it some more....it's good practice. if Close > Close[1 bar ago] then value = Volume * (Close - Close[1 bar ago]) else if Close < Close[1 bar ago] then value = -Volume * (Close - Close[1 bar ago]) else value = 0; Sum(value, 18); dangreene229 postsmsg #53964- Ignore dangreene 8/10/2007 12:33:45 PMAh-ha, an old cobol programmer? (Maybe cobol II) curmudgeon103 postsmsg #53969- Ignore curmudgeon 8/10/2007 2:40:24 PMNope. Newbie VB and have my nose stuck in TS EL all day. nikoschopen2,824 postsmsg #53972- Ignore nikoschopenmodified 8/10/2007 5:11:13 PMFirst of all, how effective is this indicator? Second, who are worden's anyway? ;) Fetcher[ set{PriceVol, day change * volume} set{UP, count(sign(day change) equals 1,1) * PriceVol} set{DOWN, PriceVol - UP} set{both, up + down} set{TSV, sum(both, 18)} add column TSV draw TSV draw cma(TSV,7) ] Add in ure own price and volume criteria to narrow down the matches. nikoschopen2,824 postsmsg #53974- Ignore nikoschopen 8/10/2007 9:36:47 PM"Day change" uses the % figure rather than the \$ figure. The following is a modified version of the above for those who prefer to use the \$ over % in the calculation. Fetcher[ set{day_chg%, day change / 100} set{day_chg, day_chg% * close 1 day ago} set{PriceVol, day_chg * volume} set{UP, count(sign(day change) equals 1,1) * PriceVol} set{DOWN, PriceVol - UP} set{both, up + down} set{TSV, sum(both, 18)} add column TSV draw TSV draw cma(TSV,7) ] lpancuk3 postsmsg #53999- Ignore lpancuk 8/12/2007 2:15:10 PMFirst of all, how effective is this indicator? Second, who are worden's anyway? ;) They are the makers of TeleChart2007 and Blocks programs also provide data feed at very reasonable prices. Note that the applications are free to download with a paid subscription. Their support is one of the best. See www.worden.com
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