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  • #66139
    Darren
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    September 20th Gap in the $SPX: https://twitter.com/Optuma/status/1440999242319945731?s=20

    This script can be used to show if there was a gap greater than 0.5% from the low on Friday 17th:

    To find if the gap has been filled add this to the last line:

    As of Thursday 23rd, 128 of the 150 gaps had been closed.

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by Darren.
    #66259
    Darren
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    The Lowest Close Since formula used in this Tweet can be found here: https://forum.optuma.com/topic/timesincesignal-formulas/#post-51863

    To show the ‘Worst Daily Loss Since’ date in a watchlist:

    Best Daily Gain Since:

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    #66377
    Darren
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    Market Cap time series data comparing biggest US companies: https://twitter.com/Optuma/status/1452923394945601538?s=20

    This was created using a Script Chart: https://help.optuma.com/kb/faq.php?id=951

    You must have our Fundamental Data enabled to use the script:

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    #66489
    Darren
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    Swing scan for change in trend: https://twitter.com/Optuma/status/1456224982028148748?s=20

    The Tweet was based on a 3 bar Gann Swing, but it can be applied to a Percent or Volatility Swing (simply change the S1 variable which will then be used by the SWINGTRENDUP and SWINGTRENDDOWN functions).

    FDWMaRUX0AMmU_k

    #66543
    Jason
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    Would you please post the script to calculate the number of all-time high closes by year from this post? https://twitter.com/Optuma/status/1458029600282398724

    TIA!

    #66556
    Matthew
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    Hi,

    Here is the script used for that chart (used with a Show View)…

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    #66877
    Matthew
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    By modifying this with Close() > MA(BARS=20, STYLE=Weighted) will this get me Percentage of Stocks Above 20-day MA while using IsMemebr()?

    I’m referring to the SPX % of Outperforming Stocks code that you put out to begin this thread.

    My breadth module once built looks correct, but I’m having trouble converting it to a line chart/indicator too. I’ve had this trouble with other customs built as they show as signal lines on price rather than as an indicator. Thanks for any help!

    • This reply was modified 11 months ago by Matthew Timpane. Reason: Worked through Module and updated problem or problems I think I'm having
    #66889
    Darren
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    Thanks Matthew. Yes that should work. To display the breadth data as eg histogram rather than line use the Breadth Data tool to display under a chart, and change the Breadth Source to Custom and select if from your list (change the Tool Name to display in the label).

    PS if taking screenshots use ALT+P to copy image to clipboard, and CTRL+V to paste without the need to use a snipping app.

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