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push5280
98 posts
msg #113111
Ignore push5280
5/3/2013 2:53:27 PM

when you have two indicators as filter parameters why does SF draw them separately even if you use the draw command (see the filter example below) and is there a way around this?

Fetcher[
close > 1
rsi(2) < 2
williams %r(2) < 2
draw rsi(2) on plot williams %R(2)
]



Kevin_in_GA
4,537 posts
msg #113113
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
5/3/2013 3:03:19 PM

when you have two indicators as filter parameters why does SF draw them separately even if you use the draw command (see the filter example below) and is there a way around this?


Fetcher[
close > 1
rsi(2) < 2
williams %r(2) < 2
draw rsi(2) on plot williams %R(2)
]




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Note that the Williams %R is ALWAYS below 2, since it oscillates between -100 and 0. I think you might have wanted to say "Williams %R(2) below -98". Therefore drawing them on the same plot will not really work. But here is a work-around:

Fetcher[

close above 1
rsi(2) below 2
williams %R(2) below -98

Set{wlr2, 100 + williams %R(2)}
set{rsi2, RSI(2)}

draw wlr2 on plot rsi2
]



push5280
98 posts
msg #113126
Ignore push5280
5/4/2013 1:22:15 PM

Kevin you're right about the W%R, I was trying to put the question together too quickly and didn't pay attention to the details. Here is a better example

Fetcher[
average volume(90) > 500000
aroon oscillator(20) > 0
aroon oscillator(2) < 0
draw aroon oscillator(2) on plot aroon oscillator(20)

close is between 1 and 4.9999
]



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