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The formula I'm after is: (AbsVal(9EMA-20EMA)/(9EMA))<.01

I tried nesting the difference in EMA's with brackets (with & without the AbsVal operator), then used the "/" division component to divided that value by the 9EMA (also with brackets). However, I received a syntax error as it does not recognize the "/" operator.

What am I missing or is there another way to approach this calculation?

Thanks

## Comments

so, you have to do it with or statements. The first or statement would account for the 9 above the 20, the second would account for the 20 above the nine. I'm not sure if want to account for the 9 equals the 20.