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raven4ns
23 posts
msg #35089
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2/7/2005 11:57:01 PM

I am looking for a formula that will show the following pattern.
A parabolic drop or wide range bodies for 3 down days then a long-legged doji with increased volume on the previous 3 days. This could also be a hammer with a long lower shadow at least 3 times body. Thank you.

Tim


raven4ns
23 posts
msg #35099
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2/10/2005 6:57:56 AM

bump


raven4ns
23 posts
msg #35100
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2/10/2005 7:40:32 AM

I have found the formula for a hammer but need help with setting the length of lower shadow. Here is the formula:
set{wick,high-open}
set{dayrange,high-low}
set{percentagewick,wick/dayrange}
set{handle,close-low}
set{body,open-close}
close is less than open
and handle is greater than body
and percentagewick is less than .001
and close is above close 1 day ago
and Slow Stochastic(5,3) Fast %K is below 20
and add column sector description
and sort column 5 descending
The formula is thanks to 'xplorer" .


PeterJerome
23 posts
msg #35361
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3/15/2005 8:30:23 AM

Raven,
<<...but need help with setting the length of lower shadow>>

Modify line: << and handle is greater than body >>

TO: and handle is 200% greater than body>>

good luck,
Peter.





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