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jpistell
123 posts
msg #34329
Ignore jpistell
12/11/2004 8:53:04 PM

I could use some help on the ind() command below.
The script below looks to be working, but I "c" is no where near the ma(150) of b. I'm experimenting with indexes and an "on-off" switch. Any insights would be a great help.

Fetcher[
/*INDEX IS UP OR PASS*/
set{a,ind(iyy,close)}
set{b,cma(a,3)}
set{c,cma(b,150)}
and a > b

add column a
add column b
add column c

/*TRIGGER*/
and pp is above ma(11)

/*GLOBAL*/
and price is above 4
and avgvol(9) is above 100000
/*KNOCKOUT IPOS*/
set{longback, ma(22) 150 days ago }
and longback above 1
do not draw longback
]




jpistell
123 posts
msg #34334
Ignore jpistell
12/12/2004 12:36:13 AM

cancel that request. Browser wasn't refreshing.

thnx,
Joe


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