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msg #43107
Ignore mbonal
4/20/2006 11:56:56 PM

Someone out there that can help me out here..

I am trying to figure out how to write a new filter. I am looking for the most recent high, then the most recent low, then when there is a new high this becomes the new high, and then a new low and this becomes the new low and so on and so on. Basically creating a cycle.

I would also like to have arrows on the charts, but i am unsure if this is possible or not.

Whomever can help figure this would be most appreciated..

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msg #43118
Ignore heyen
4/21/2006 4:33:01 PM

it all depends on the time frame you look on.
there a highs and lows everywhere. some mark entry and exit points.
some mark trend reversals. and you'll always now afterwards.

there are highs/lows in price, in indicators even in your wallet!

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