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Subject : RE: Converting Linear to non-Linear based charts
Posted : 7/5/2017 4:40 AM
Post #29608 - In reply to #29604

True Mel, but what about attempt to use some sort of average "volatility" and/or combine some with "volume", to gauge some kind of proximity.

There has to be a manner or technique to going beyond in search of this process. For example, similar tuning to finding approx. "cycles" and removing noise, its a multiple step process.

For now, I am approx. fib. nos. for ticks to time, but, as you mention, its arbitrary, not a process.

For NTB Range, possibly using a "volatility"-based measurement for proximity to come up with a process. But I don't know how to formulate.

I am simply suggesting to thinking out of the box. I am sure there has to be a way :-).
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