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How can I create an OmniScan indicator?
Last Activity 9/19/2020 1:35 AM
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Subject : How can I create an OmniScan indicator?
Posted : 9/18/2020 2:34 PM
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A while back I remember Ed showing us how to create OmniScan "indicators".

Specifically we created in a webinar an indicator that summed the number of stocks in an index (say SP-500)
that had an RSI() > 70 vs. RSI() < 30.

So if 100 stocks were overbought and 50 stocks were oversold, the indicator would return 2.0.

I can't recall how that was done. Nor can I remember wich webinar this was covered in.

Does anyone have notes?

Thanks

keith

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Subject : RE: How can I create an OmniScan indicator?
Posted : 9/19/2020 1:35 AM
Post #31243 - In reply to #31242

From my notes from "Trade Secrets


Scan_Count() indicator allows the OmniScan custom lists to be queried for how many stocks met the scan.

Ed likes the Keltner Channel Crossover
KeltnerLong vs KeltnerShort scans
Scan_Count("Keltner Longs", 350)
Scan_Count("Keltner Shorts", 350)

cheers

keith

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