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tkbullard
1 posts
msg #123801
Ignore tkbullard
5/17/2015 9:56:53 PM

I want to add the choppiness Index to my filters I have found a formula that is " 100 * LOG10 (Sum (ATR (1), 20) / (MasHi (20) - MinLo(20)) ) / Log10(20) " and I want to find stocks with values greater than 55 and those below 25. I know that I am not using the right syntax but it is hard here to figure the right way to ask the question.
Does anyone have any ideas?


mahkoh
892 posts
msg #123807
Ignore mahkoh
5/18/2015 3:31:02 PM

If it already is hard for you to figure out the right way to ask the question, imagine how hard it is for me to figure out the right way to answer it.

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