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Percent High Low Range as a measure of stock volatility
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

The High-Low range technical indicator returns the percentage of maximum increase in a stock or security during the previous N trading days. To measure this, it calculate the percentage increase during the previous N bars from the lowest value to the highest value, that is, the highest value over a...
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Swing Simulation
by Jason Robbins, uploaded several months ago

This is a swing indicator that may be used during backtesting to reference swing data.

Format is: swingsim(close, threshold, type, ago);
Threshold = movement required in points to constitute a valid swing
Types are the swing metric that is to be returned, valid types include: ...

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Swing Indicator
by Jason Robbins, uploaded several months ago

The following is a swing indicator that allows one to plot swings and various swing statistics within a chart. Note that this cannot be used for backtesting, a seperate version called swingsim (1555) may be used for that purpose.

The second parameter defines the swing threshold in points....

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Random Walk Index
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The random walk index in a trading indicator described by E. Michael Poulos in the technical analysis of stocks & commodities magazine.
The author defines the random walk index as the ratio of the real security move to the expected random walk. A ratio higher than one indicates that the security's...

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Symbol Information on Chart
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "SymbolInformation" function displays symbol's information on a chart.
It displays the company or security title, the stock's industry, the stock's sector and the stock's exchange (NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX...)

In order for this function to work properly, the full name, industry, sector and market fields of your stocks must be filled.
These fields...

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Number of Trading Bars to Fill a Gap Up
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

A Gap occurs when the price of a stock or any other security moves up or down with few trading in between. Gap Up is defined as a stock price with a today's low that is higher than yesterday's high and the opposite for the Gap Down; stock price with...
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Average Bid/Ask Spread
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The "AvgBidAskSpread" is a parameterless function that calculates the average ask price for the current bar minus the average bid price for that same bar.

The indicator uses the newly introduced CSharp-based "cFunctions.GetBidAskData" function to capture last bid/ask updates and performing the necessary calculations.

You can plot this indicator to a chart...

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