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Kevin_in_GA
4,392 posts
msg #127799
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
4/2/2016 10:40:37 AM

SF Crew:

How about being able to use the current linear regression indicators on user-defined functions, similar to what we can currently do with custom moving averages? Would this be possible to code and make available to the user community?

Kevin

stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #127829
4/4/2016 8:15:49 AM

Hi Kevin,

That shouldn't be a problem. Right now we offer the Linear Regression Channels, "Indicator" and Slope. Would you like to see each of those as custom functions, or at this point do you have one(s) that are more important?

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support


Kevin_in_GA
4,392 posts
msg #127831
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
4/4/2016 8:50:45 AM

No - those would be fine. Hopefully these can look back as far as 252 days?

stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #127867
4/6/2016 3:41:07 PM

We have added 2 of the custom linear regression measures.

Custom Linear Regression Indicator (CLRI)

Fetcher[close is above 10
and RSI(10) crossed above CLRI(RSI(10),50)
]



Custom Linear Regression Slope (CLRS)

Fetcher[close is above 10
and CLRS(MA(50),50) reached a new 1 year high
]



These measures support a maximum period of 250 days.

We will be sure to post an update when we have a custom linear regression channel indicator available.

Thank you and please let us know if you have any questions.
StockFetcher Support



stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #127887
4/7/2016 1:18:36 PM

Custom Linear Regression Channels are now available as well. The syntax is as follows:

CLRC Upper(Indicator,period,width,stddev flag)

CLRC Center(Indicator,period,width,stddev flag)
CLRC Lower(Indicator,period,width,stddev flag)


The period, width and stddev flag parameters match the usage from the price-based Linear Regression Channels:

StockFetcher allows you to customize the width of the channel through a scaling factor. By entering a scaling factor or width of 0.50, a channel of half the normal width is created.

By specifying a '1' for the fourth parameter, the width of the channel is based on the n-day standard deviation.


Below is a quick example:

Fetcher[close is above 10
and CCI(10) crossed above CLRC Upper(CCI(10),20,0.75)
]



As always if you run into any issues or have any questions, please let us know.

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support






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