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ellios47
6 posts
msg #40063
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1/9/2006 5:20:29 AM

This formula returns the Normalized 10 day slope of close. It is accurate as it has been tested on excel. However, I am having trouble implementing into a filter here at SF. Are there too many variables? Does SF have a limit? Any ideas on why I am having trouble inmplementing it on SF?

Thanks in advance.
Eli

(((10*(close 9 days ago*1 + close 8 days ago*2 + close 7 days ago*3 + close 6 days ago*4 + close 5 days ago*5 + close 4 days ago*6 + close 3 days ago*7 + close 2 days ago*8 + close 1 day ago*9 + close*10) – 55 * (close 9 days ago + close 8 days ago + close 7 days ago + close 6 days ago + close 5 days ago + close 4 days ago + close 3 days ago + close 2 days ago +close 1 day ago + close))/825)/( ((10*(close 9 days ago*1 + close 8 days ago*2 + close 7 days ago*3 + close 6 days ago*4 + close 5 days ago*5 + close 4 days ago*6 + close 3 days ago*7 + close 2 days ago*8 + close 1 day ago*9 + close*10) – 55 * (close 9 days ago + close 8 days ago + close 7 days ago + close 6 days ago + close 5 days ago + close 4 days ago + close 3 days ago + close 2 days ago +close 1 day ago + close))/825)+ ((close 9 days ago + close 8 days ago + close 7 days ago + close 6 days ago + close 5 days ago + close 4 days ago + close 3 days ago + close 2 days ago +close 1 day ago + close) - ((10*(close 9 days ago*1 + close 8 days ago*2 + close 7 days ago*3 + close 6 days ago*4 + close 5 days ago*5 + close 4 days ago*6 + close 3 days ago*7 + close 2 days ago*8 + close 1 day ago*9 + close*10) – 55 * (close 9 days ago + close 8 days ago + close 7 days ago + close 6 days ago + close 5 days ago + close 4 days ago + close 3 days ago + close 2 days ago +close 1 day ago + close))/825) *55)/10))*10 is below -.2


yepher
353 posts
msg #40069
Ignore yepher
1/9/2006 2:26:30 PM

ellios47,

If what you posted is what you are trying to use on SF than it is not valid. You will need to use the "set" command and work with variables.

I did not look too deeply at what you are doing but I think you can achieve a similar result with "CEMA(Close, 10)". This will get rid of the need to have all the repetive "close N days ago".

I had a little bit of a problem following your formula becuase of the "–" characters.

If you need more help maybe just post the formula you are trying to implement so it is easier to read.

Hope that helps,
-- Yepher


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