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wamphraywater
58 posts
msg #31574
Ignore wamphraywater
3/31/2004 6:04:06 PM

How do we find out when the EMA average makes the change from going down to turning up.......the choice for example, EMA(50) increasing for X days does not do it, it could have been increasing the previous 10 days before that. I am trying to get it the day after it turns up from a prolonged down turn...thanks


cegis
235 posts
msg #31576
Ignore cegis
3/31/2004 8:11:09 PM

Will "slope of" do the trick? Maybe somthin' like:

Fetcher[count(1 day slope of EMA(50) 1 day ago is less than 0,40) equals 40 and 1 day slope of EMA(50) is greater than 0]



or maybe

Fetcher[40 day slope of EMA(50) 1 day ago is less than 0 and 1 day slope of EMA(50) is greater than 0]



I didn't really test these much. Just a thought...

HTH,

C


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