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dumcrief
6 posts
msg #26358
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5/1/2003 10:35:29 PM

I use RSI line 20 for reference, why do the numbers change from chart to chart when viewing "historical charts"


tomb
261 posts
msg #26404
Ignore tomb
5/5/2003 4:03:45 PM

Hi,

When you say that the RSI lines change on the charts, do you mean that the grid lines adjust? If so, then this a result of the plot adjusting the grid lines based on the minimum and maximum values in the plot. If you wish to see the line at 20 for each plot, you can try the following:

Fetcher[show stocks where the RSI(14) crossed below 30
and draw RSI(14) line at 20
]



Also, the example below is a work-around to allow your RSI plots to always be scaled from 0 to 100

Fetcher[show stocks where the RSI(14) crossed below 30
and draw RSI(14) line at 0
and draw RSI(14) line at 100
]



Hopefully the above helped!

Tom
StockFetcher.com Support


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