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msg #99289
2/20/2011 10:38:29 PM

Slight correction; Name should be Candle Height not Width.

With the assumption that as prices approach the apex of the parabolic curve the size of the candles decrease.

The following filter was written to try and determine when these candles have collapsed indicating approaching tops and bottoms.

The filter seems to work but the variables are all returning 00.0 or 100 but nothing in between.

Grateful for any assistance.

Fetcher[set {CWX, Open - Close}
set {ACW, Avg CWX(6)}
set {CWSX, CWX / ACW}
set {CWS, CWSX*100}
add column CWX
add column CWSX
add column CWS
show stocks where CWS < 10

draw CWS

4,599 posts
msg #99295
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
2/21/2011 7:48:29 AM

Your problem is in the second line of this filter. You can't just say "avg CWX(6)"

Use the following:


7 posts
msg #99636
Ignore Morken
3/12/2011 11:31:13 PM

This doesn't work either way
(It doesn't filter as it should)

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