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  • #57441
    AvatarJames
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    Hi Matthew, i enjoyed your blog post “Recovery Planning”. Can you share the scripts that you used?

    thanks, Jamie

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    DarrenDarren
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    Hi Jamie,

    The charts in Mathew’s blog post used the Historical Comparison charting feature. See here for more info, and a workbook you can download:

    https://forum.optuma.com/topic/historical-comparison-charts-dow-jones-1929-vs-2020/

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    Hi Darren,

    I have also a question about Mathew’s blog post “Recovery Planning”.

    How did Mathew got the dates the DJIA crossed the 30% drawdown level?

    Did he determine the date values manually or is it possible to get the date values with a script?

    Thanks

    Thomas

    #57455
    DarrenDarren
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    Hi Thomas,

    See workbook attached for the Show Bar script. For the actual counts hold down the SHIFT key and drag across the chart to get the number of bars.

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    AvatarThomas
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    Hi Darren,

    thank you really very much for your time and efforts to create for me the workbook.

    It works of course fine as all your scripts and tips. What I really didn’t know was the “Cumulative Total” tool. A really quick and fine tool! I think I will use it often.

    Currently there are a lot if interesting information and charts “available” on the Internet and I use this opportunity to get a many insightful ideas as I can grab to learn from it. So I hope I don’t keep you at Optuma not so busy.

    The time when you answer my questions about how you do this or that is not so important for me. The main thing is that I get an answer from you in a few days and that is of course always the case. I use this information to learn from it and I have already learned a lot from you, Mathew, and of course Matthew.

    I want use this opportunity to thank you very much for your great program and support.

    Thanks

    Thomas

     

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