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Subject: Re: Market Indicators? Date: 8/9/2001 12:35 PM
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Is it possible to use TC2000 to calculate and graph new 52 week highs-new 52 week lows for the various indexes? Also I would like to use moving averages of this indicator. I don't like the idea of using new high/new low ratios since many different combinations will give the same result.


The only way that I know that you can get the number of 52 week highs and 52 week lows on a daily basis is to create two personal criteria that filter for these numbers by this formula.

C > H1.260

and

C < L1.260

Then you have to manually take the numbers from the lightning menu and enter them on a spreadsheet. If you are taking 10 day moving averages, do this for 10 days and start your moving average at that time.


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