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How to scan for an embeded Moving Average of an Indicator
I tried Chartschool to find an answer to my riddle but to no avail.
Let's say I use RSI (14) as my main indicator, and I insert a moving average "behind" it, like the 10-day EMA.
So, how to create a scan that will find the crossover of the RSI over the "embedded" moving average?
I tried the following, but none are working:
[today RSI (14) x EMA 10 (RSI 14)]
[yesterday RSI (14) x EMA 10 (RSI 14)]
[today RSI (14) x yesterday EMA 10 (RSI 14)]
Any ideas how to do it?
Now, using the same embedded logic from my previous question (when I was much younger!) I'm looking for a scan using FullStoch behind StochRSI.
So far, I tried many options, the latest on the list... but still doesn't work. I started with the above statement:
and [RSI (14) x EMA(10, RSI (14))]
changed some parameters like this:
and [(Full Stoch %K((14,3,3), Stoch RSI(14)) x .7]
getting errors. I'm stuck there.... Any idea?
You have a comma between Full Stoch and Stoch RSI - a comma is not an operator.
In plain english (meaning instead of in code) what do you want to see happening on these indicators?
Have you put these indicators as you want them on a chart?
So, my "bright" logic was to use the same pattern by adding a comma between the elements.
My idea is to find the breakout above 0.7 of the FullStoch behind (embedded) the StochRSI.
If you look late January, you will see that (sometimes) the StochRSI will move past > 0.8 but the Full Stoch will only confirm it a couple days later. That's what I'm trying to scan.
First, SRSI x 0.8 then FullStoch (Behind SRSI) x 50. It's easier to understand on the picture.