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chetron
2,817 posts
msg #76750
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7/22/2009 10:00:11 PM


Back to chetron's formulation. Would you define each value briefly? SET{VPLAYS,VRSIBRKDN + VRSIBRKUP}
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WHEN YOU CREATE A VARIABLE, LIKE VPLAYS, WHERE YOU ARE ADDING 2 PREVIOUSLY DEFINE VARIABLES, THAT ARE OPPOSITES OF EACH OTHER, ALLOWS YOU TO RETURN ALL INCIDENTS OF BOTH. IN THIS CASE ALL STOCKS THAT THE RSI15 BREAK ABOVE IT'S 21 DAY HIGH AND IT'S 21 DAY LOW.

HTH

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Also, i notice that where there is frequently a dramatic upturn after two VRSIBRKUP(s) appear, and price is trending down, and RSI bottoms out. Anyway to highlight or identify stocks that have this occur?

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I DON'T THINK SO, BUT GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE AND MAYBE IT'LL COME.

garberc
13 posts
msg #76836
Ignore garberc
7/25/2009 5:51:32 PM

Yes, thanks for defining the sets. I see where you're going by creating opposing indicators within the sets.

Thanks for tolerating my crude attempt to identify price run-ups with the CCI. I liked your recent parabolic post. It could be used to identify upward swings? It seems to me that combining the CCI(20) plotted on CCI(100) chart, where the CCI(20) has been trending for at least a week between 50 and 100 (and is displayed plotted on the CCI(100)), the parabolic could help me identify strong, successive up trends and use the CCI crossovers for confirmation. Also the CCI(100) trending upward is good at identifying a general upward trend.

To be more cyclically accurate some people use a CCI(10,30) chart.

Thanks

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(From Stockcharts.com) " Even though a few signals are good, using crosses above and below +100/-100 resulted in plenty of whipsaws. In January, the stock broke resistance at 20, and proceeded to double in the next few weeks. The CCI moved above and below +100 several times, but the stock remained in a strong uptrend. The CCI did manage to remain above +50 for about 7 weeks (blue oval), but the whipsaws below +100 could have caused an early exit. Whipsaws do not make an indicator bad. However, traders and investors should learn to use the CCI in conjunction with other indicators and chart analysis. In addition, various time frames for the CCI should be tested, and you should test buy and sell points, as well. What works for one stock may not necessarily work for another stock. For Brooktrout, a buy point on a cross above and below +50 may have worked better"


chetron
2,817 posts
msg #76977
Ignore chetron
7/30/2009 8:12:53 AM

ON A TEAR......


Fetcher[


/* NUMBER 2 */

/* this is the correct version of my CCI rsi indicator */

set{v1,CCI(14) 1 day ago}
set{vud,CCI(14) - v1}
set{vud1,count(vud above -0,1)}
set{vudf,vud * vud1}
set{vudema,cema(vudf,3)}

set{vdd,v1 - CCI(14)}
set{vdd1,count(vdd above -0,1)}
set{vddf,vdd * vdd1}
set{vddema,cema(vddf,3)}

set{myrsi1,vudema / vddema}
set{myrsi2,1 + myrsi1}
set{myrsi3,1 / myrsi2}
set{myrsi4,myrsi3 * 100}
set{CCIrsi,100 - myrsi4}

CCIrsi ABOVE 50
close above .1
volume above 1000000

]



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #76979
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modified
7/30/2009 8:50:47 AM

oops....

Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #101357
Ignore Mactheriverrat
6/26/2011 4:21:24 PM

Wanting to add column for CCIRSi like I do If I add columns for CCI(7) , CCI(14) , CCI(21)



four
3,998 posts
msg #101359
Ignore four
6/26/2011 4:31:05 PM

add column CCIrsi

-- hth

Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #101360
Ignore Mactheriverrat
6/26/2011 4:37:55 PM

Thanks Four

I can get My CCI 7 , 14 , 21 to add as columns but still can't get "add column CCIrsi"
I must be doing something wrong

four
3,998 posts
msg #101361
Ignore four
modified
6/26/2011 4:51:02 PM

ADDED: add column CCIrsi


Fetcher[

/* NUMBER 2 */

/* this is the correct version of my CCI rsi indicator */

set{v1,CCI(14) 1 day ago}
set{vud,CCI(14) - v1}
set{vud1,count(vud above -0,1)}
set{vudf,vud * vud1}
set{vudema,cema(vudf,3)}

set{vdd,v1 - CCI(14)}
set{vdd1,count(vdd above -0,1)}
set{vddf,vdd * vdd1}
set{vddema,cema(vddf,3)}

set{myrsi1,vudema / vddema}
set{myrsi2,1 + myrsi1}
set{myrsi3,1 / myrsi2}
set{myrsi4,myrsi3 * 100}
set{CCIrsi,100 - myrsi4}

CCIrsi ABOVE 50
close above .1
volume above 1000000

add column CCIrsi
]




Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #101362
Ignore Mactheriverrat
6/26/2011 6:55:32 PM

Thanks four

I figured out I was doing wrong. I was adding Draw CCIrsi rather than add column CCIrsi .

My bad!

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