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Monday, December 14, 2009


I have created a new Blog called SHARE-TOS, where I will post my TOS Studies.

My plan is to make it a PRIVATE BLOG, and give All members Author Privilege.

This will allow members to post their scripts - each under it's own Title.
Comments about that study can then be continued under that Title.

So I hope you will join now whether it be as an accomplished programmer or a novice who simply wishes to lurk, learn and grab some cool scripts.

I want to keep it fun, with absolutely no requirements to post.
I hope we can help each other, and bring new ideas forward.
Even if you know nothing about writing scripts you are welcome!
I'm also open to taking requests.

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Here's a handy little study that I wrote today. It's running in the four sub-charts.
The first is SPX and FAS.
Next is ORCL and DIS.
Third is FAS and FAZ.
The symbol can also be inverted so that FAZ & FAZ follow each other as in the last sub-chart

# Compare_Symbols
# KumoBob
# 14,Dec 2009

# Begin
declare lower;

input Adjust_Scale = No;
input Flip_2nd_Chart = No;
Input Symbol_1 = "FAZ";
Input Symbol_2 = "FAS";

def Ratio = first(close(Symbol_1)) / first(close(Symbol_2));
def S2_Scaled = if Adjust_Scale then (close(Symbol_2)) * ratio else (close(Symbol_2));
def offset = first(close(Symbol_1)) - first(close(Symbol_2));
def flip = if Flip_2nd_Chart then -1 else 1;
def flipper = first(close(Symbol_1)) + first(close(Symbol_2));

plot s1 = close(Symbol_1);
plot s2 = if
Flip_2nd_Chart AND Adjust_Scale then
(close(Symbol_2) * flip * ratio + flipper) + offset
if Flip_2nd_Chart then
close(Symbol_2) * flip
if Adjust_Scale then
close(Symbol_2) * ratio

# end

This shows a new option just added to the above code. If you like the cloud I'll be posting the solution on Share-TOS. Now you have one more reason for joining

Analysis presented on this Blog has only informational, and educational purpose, and does not represent a proposal for buying or selling currency contracts.

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