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  • BASIC programming for technical analysis by Steve Notis

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...BASIC programming for technical analysis by Steve Notis I decided recently to start to program some of my own software after writing for so long about everyone else's. Once I got going, I discovered that programming is not as difficult as I'd anticipate

  • Basic Programming For Technical Analysis, part 2 by Steve Notis

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Basic Programming For Technical Analysis, part 2 by Steve Notis Last month I explained the advantages of doing some of your own programming for technical analysis. I showed you a program called MSTRLST, which allows you to see the real names of CompuTra

  • Programming For Technical Analysis Part 3 by Steve Notis

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming For Technical Analysis Part 3 by Steve Notis In the last two installments of this column I wrote about Microsoft QuickBASIC being my choice as the best language for a beginner to learn for technical analysis, and I presented a routine to rea

  • Programming for a global perspective by Charles Milmoe

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming for a global perspective by Charles Milmoe Today's global economy requires a global perspective. In March, when Drs. Pons and Fleischmann's cold fusion announcement directed my attention to palladium, I used the improved capabilities of toda

  • Programming for speed Part 5 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming for speed Part 5 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. The past several columns discussed macros and led you through some elementary programming to show how to develop one of the indicators used in J. Welles Wilder's Directional Movement Index (DMI) system.

  • Programming the true range in Wilder's DMI system Part 4 by Jim Summers, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming the true range in Wilder's DMI system Part 4 by Jim Summers, Ph.D. The March column described the fundamentals of macros. The February column detailed some major points about Wilder's DMI and the system based on it. This time the action gets

  • SIDEBAR: Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines: NO Input/Output routine is provided, only a generic BASIC computational subroutine containing the fundamental technical analysis is provided. This subroutine should, with only minor chang

  • SIDEBAR: Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines:

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines: NO Input/Output routine is provided, only a generic BASIC computational subroutine containing the fundamental technical analysis is provided. This subroutine should, with only minor chang

  • SIDEBAR: Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines:

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming Conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines: NO Input/Output routine is provided, only a generic BASIC computational subroutine containing the fundamental technical analysis is provided. This subroutine should, with only minor chang

  • SIDEBAR: Programming conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines:

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Programming conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines: NO Input/Output routine is provided, only a generic BASIC computational subroutine containing the fundamental technical analysis is provided. this subroutine should, with only minor chang

SIDEBAR: Programming conventions for BASIC Technical Analysis subroutines:

  • SIDEBAR: System Writer Plus programming

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...System Writer Plus programming The System Writer can be copied and modified to use with other currencies or to graph cross-currency rates.

  • SIDEBAR: TERMS AND PROGRAMMING HOW -TOS

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...TERMS AND PROGRAMMING HOW -TOS Here are the definitions of the terms used in Article Figures 2 and 3, and the names of storage variables you see at the top of the macro: CURR--Currency for which the database holds exchange rates SERIES--Ex. 12345, a num






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