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srishail
2010-08-06 07:28:03



I want to have screen ,with study of guppy and macd singanl (14) time period meeting one point above standerd deviation .I hope i am clear in my question
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2010-08-06 08:27:58

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Guppy and macd crossover:
cross(guppy, macd)

Guppy and macd crossover one point or more above standard deviation:
cross(guppy, macd) and macd >= Stddev + 1



srishail
2010-08-06 09:38:22

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guru this code is not working


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2010-08-06 10:40:18

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Best Answer
You should replace guppy, macd and stddev with the appropriate functions.

Right click on a chart then click on "Edit Formula" to display the chart formula. Use the arrows to switch between formulas.




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