“Within 1 bar” condition


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Hi Pete,  I just wanted to confirm if I’m doing this correct when creating this condition.  If I want to receive an alert every time the full stochastic %k crosses above overbought (75%), do I use “crosses above” and “within 1 bar”?  Also if I want to receive an alert for whenever  full stochastic %K is above 80% would I use “is greater than” and “within 1 bar”?  I didn’t know if I had to change this to “0” but it didn’t accept it anyway.  Thank you.

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Asked on January 27, 2018 10:39 pm
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I would do it slightly different. Screenshots below show the detail for the cross above. For the right side of the condition, you only need to apply the value of 80. You don’t need to reference the study. Notice the “within bars” is always set to one by default. But when you save the condition, (second screenshot), you will find that it’s not even added to the statement.

You should be able to work out the FullK above 80 from what you see here.

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Answered on January 28, 2018 10:18 am
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Thank you very much for checking and your advice. 🙂

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Answered on January 28, 2018 10:33 am