Re: curve problems
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Posted by Mark on January 17, 2001 at 12:41:09:
In Reply to: Re: curve problems posted by Ray on January 16, 2001 at 08:28:35:
: : : Hi Mark,
: : : I'm having a problem I can't figure out. I'm using FM 5.0 Pro. When using TC, the lower graph works fine for 5 out of 7 securities. On the two securities that are a problem I get a streight line on ATR, CMF, CCI, MACD, MONEY FLOW, RSI, STOCHASTIC, AND WILLIAMS %R. Any suggestions ?
: : : Sincere thanks.
: : : Ray
: : Hi Ray,
: : Is this just a straight line on the bottom indicator graph, or on top too?
: : Did you check that the date range isn't set to 1 day?
: : Could you e-mail us 1 of these 2 securities that aren't working, along with
: : the date range that you're using?
: : Thanks,
: : Mark
: : --
: : Mark Beiley
: : Fund Manager for Windows 3.1x/95/98/NT
: Hi Mark,
: I've sent you a copy of the dat file, via e-mail, for the security in question. The additional thing I've notice is that the lower graph does not always adjust its scale properly. Example: On the security in question, if I select MACD, the scale should be in the range of -5 to +5. However, it's set from -10,000,000 to +20,000,000. This is probable why the graph is not visible.
Thanks for sending the file. The reason the indicator line seems flat
and the scale is so large is because of a recorded trendline in the lower
section of your TA graph. Since the scale is being set to these extremes
it sounds like your trendline markers are actually turned on. I believe
you mentioned above you weren't seeing the trendline markers. It may
actually be that you're not seeing them because of a color setting, rather
than the markers not actually being turned on. Please choose "Options/
Colors..." and check out what color you have assigned for "NAV trend line".
Make sure it is a different color than your background color. You can
delete this trendline if you want by choosing "Edit/Trendline...".
Fund Manager for Windows 3.1x/95/98/NT