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Subject : Q: sysind
Posted : 12/11/2022 1:25 PM
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I am trying to create a sysind with HeikenAshi Reversal system 1.0.5.14 to scan for stock that meet this criteria. Sysind("HeikenAshi" 1, 0.5, 14) is how I have written and it has no results. The title is how it presents in the Technical scan library list but the actual name of the system is Heiken Ashi Reversal in the system menu. Any thoughts on how to implement this?
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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/11/2022 6:35 PM
Post #32143 - In reply to #32142

Ed mentioned in his video (2021 OT product release) where he revealed the sysind function that he was considering publishing a paper on this function. Does anyone know if that happened.
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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/11/2022 8:01 PM
Post #32144 - In reply to #32142

Hi Greg,
I'm not positive, but you might try adding a comma after the end quote:
Sysind("HeikenAshi", 1, 0.5, 14)

vs your:

Sysind("HeikenAshi" 1, 0.5, 14)

Good luck,
Mark
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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/12/2022 9:16 AM
Post #32145 - In reply to #32144

Mark is right, this is the syntax: SysInd("RSI-P", 13, 30, 70)
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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/12/2022 10:13 AM
Post #32146 - In reply to #32142

Thank you for the replies. The formula compiles but there are no results from a list of 4000 stocks. Seems unlikely for a HeikenAshi Reversal system.

[Edited by Greg on 12/12/2022 10:19 AM]

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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/19/2022 1:46 PM
Post #32157 - In reply to #32146

I see, you still need a condition for it that passes or not. Here are examples...

This passes long signals only:
SysInd("RSI-P", 13, 30, 70) = 1

This passes short signals only:
SysInd("RSI-P", 13, 30, 70) = -1

This passes both long & short signals:
SysInd("RSI-P", 13, 30, 70) <> 0

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Subject : RE: Q: sysind
Posted : 12/20/2022 6:09 AM
Post #32160 - In reply to #32142

Thanks Barry for your help…
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