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msg #58169
Ignore danv83
12/15/2007 5:01:26 AM

I'm not sure how much longer I should wait to see if maybe stockfetcher devs make custom lri which I requested.

Does anyone know how to go about coding this with a bunch of set commands and math?

I want something almost just like:

with the exception that i can feed it any data, for example:
clri(low 5 day low, 25)

I tried to read about the lri fomula some but got lost in the math, could anyone please lend a hand?

745 posts
msg #58180
Ignore maxreturn
12/15/2007 6:35:45 PM

If I understand correctly you're looking for the syntax for LRI(25) making an "x" day low? If so, something like this would work (assumes LRI(25) makes a 5 day low):

Fetcher[lri(25) reached a new 5 day low]

If this is not what you're looking for, please post back with more clarification.


44 posts
msg #58183
Ignore danv83
12/15/2007 8:30:32 PM

No that is not close to what I am asking about...

LRI, also known as moving linear regression..

The LRI function provided by stockfetcher is great, I just want to have an option to feed it custom data in the same way CEMA and CMA work..

does that make sense?

I asked stockfetcher about this sometime ago but am loosing patience so was wondering if there was anyone out there who knew how to make a Custom LRI through a lot of set commands and math...

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