# Technical Indicators

## Scan Syntax Reference: Technical Indicators

There are several technical indicators that you can set as filters for your scan. For more information on writing scans using these and other scan clauses, please see our Support Center article on Writing Scans.

## Accumulation/Distribution

Note: accumulation/distribution indicators use volume in their calculations, so these indicators are not available for intraday scans. Make sure the starting date adjuster is set to Last Market Close when using these scan clauses.

### Accumulation/Distribution (AccDist)

The value of the Accumulation/Distribution Line.

Syntax:

• AccDist

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [AccDist > yesterday's AccDist]

### Accumulation/Distribution Signal (AccDist Signal)

The average of the Accumulation/Distribution Line over a given period of time.

Syntax:

• AccDist Signal(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [AccDist Signal(20) > AccDist]

## Aroon Oscillator

The values of the Aroon indicators and the Aroon Oscillator.

### Aroon Up

Syntax:

• Aroon Up(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Aroon Up(25) > 70.0]

### Aroon Down

Syntax:

• Aroon Down(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Aroon Down(25) < 30.0]

### Aroon Osc

Syntax:

• Aroon Osc(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Aroon Osc(25) > 0.0]

## Average Directional Indicator

The value of the Average Directional Indicator.

Syntax:

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [ADX Line(14) > 20.0]

### Positive Directional Indicator (Plus DI)

Syntax:

• Plus DI(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Plus DI(14) > Minus DI(14)]

### Negative Directional Indicator (Minus DI)

Syntax:

• Minus DI (nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Minus DI(14) > Plus DI(14)]

## Average True Range (ATR)

The value of the Average True Range indicator.

Syntax:

• ATR(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [ATR(14) > 2.0]

## Bollinger Bands

The values of the upper and lower Bollinger Band lines and their width. The bands are calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### Upper Bollinger Band (Upper BB)

Syntax:

• Upper BB(nPeriods, StdDev, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• StdDev - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Upper BB(20,2,close) < close]

### Lower Bollinger Band (Lower BB)

Syntax:

• Lower BB(nPeriods, StdDev, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• StdDev - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Lower BB(20,2,close) > close]

### Bollinger Band Width (BB Width)

Syntax:

• BB Width(nPeriods, StdDev, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• StdDev - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [BB Width(20,2,close) > 9.99]

## Bollinger's %B Indicator

The value of Bollinger's %B indicator. The bands are calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• %B(nPeriods, StdDev, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• StdDev - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [%B(20,2,close) > 1]

## Chaikin Money Flow (CMF)

The value of the Chaikin Money Flow indicator.

Syntax:

• CMF(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [CMF(20) > 0.0]

## Chaikin Oscillator (Chaikin Osc)

The value of the Chaikin Oscillator indicator.

Syntax:

• Chaikin Osc(nShort, nLong)

Parameters:

• nShort - The smaller number of periods used in the computation
• nLong - The larger number of periods used in the computation

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Chaikin Osc(3,10) > 9,999]

## Chande Trend Meter

The value of the Chande Trend Meter indicator.

Syntax:

• Chande Trend Meter

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Chande Trend Meter > 80.0]

## Chandelier Exit (Chandlr)

The value of the Chandelier Exit indicator.

Syntax:

• Chandlr(nPeriods, multiplier, long/short)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• multiplier - ATR multiplier
• long/short - (optional)  Default is long

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Chandlr(22,3.0,long) > close]

## Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

The value of the Commodity Channel Index.

Syntax:

• CCI(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [CCI(20) > 100.0]

## Coppock Curve (Coppock)

The value of the Coppock Curve. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• Coppock(ROC1, ROC2, WMA, exp)

Parameters:

• ROC1 - Rate of change periods to be used in WMA calculation
• ROC2 - additive ROC periods
• WMA - Weighted Moving Average period
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Coppock(14,11,10) > 0.0]

## Correlation Coefficient

The value of the Correlation Coefficient, showing the degree of correlation with the specified symbol.

Syntax:

• [Correlation(nPeriods, symbol)]

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• symbol - The symbol to compare with when calculating the correlation coefficient.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Correlation(20,\$spx) > 0]

## DecisionPoint Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO)

The value of the DecisionPoint PMO indicator and its corresponding EMA signal line. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### PMO Line

Syntax:

• PMO Line(EMA1, EMA2, Signal EMA, exp)

Parameters:

• EMA1 - First Exponential Moving Average Value
• EMA2 - Second Exponential Moving Average Value
• Signal EMA - Exponential Moving Average for the Signal Line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PMO Line(35,20,10) > 0.0]

### PMO Signal

Syntax:

• PMO Signal(EMA1, EMA2, Signal EMA, exp)

Parameters:

• EMA1 - First Exponential Moving Average Value
• EMA2 - Second Exponential Moving Average Value
• Signal EMA - Exponential Moving Average for the Signal Line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PMO Signal(35,20,10) x PMO Line(35,20,10)]

## Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO)

The value of the Detrended Price Oscillator. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• DPO(nPeriods, nOffset, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• nOffset - (optional) number of periods to move forward. The default is 0.
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [DPO(20) > 0]
• [DPO(20,0,close) > 0]

## Ease of Movement (EMV)

The value of the Ease of Movement Oscillator.

Syntax:

• EMV(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [EMV(14) > 0]

## Force Index (Force)

The value of the Force Index.

Syntax:

• FORCE(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [FORCE(13) > 0.0]

## Ichimoku Cloud

The value of the Ichimoku Cloud lines. Ichimoku Cloud Top represents whichever span line (Span A or Span B) is at the top of the cloud; Ichimoku Cloud Bottom represents the span line at the bottom of the cloud.

See our Support Center article on Scanning Ichimoku Clouds for more information.

### Ichimoku Base Line (Ichimoku Base Line)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Base Line(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Base Line(9,26,52) > 0]

### Ichimoku Conversion Line (Ichimoku Conversion Line)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Conversion Line(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Conversion Line(9,26,52) > 0]

### Ichimoku Span A (Ichimoku Span A)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Span A(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Span A(9,26,52) > 0]

### Ichimoku Span B (Ichimoku Span B)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Span B(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Span B(9,26,52) > 0]

### Ichimoku Cloud Top (Ichimoku Cloud Top)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Cloud Top(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Cloud Top(9,26,52) < close]

### Ichimoku Cloud Bottom (Ichimoku Cloud Bottom)

Syntax:

• Ichimoku Cloud Bottom(nConversion, nBase, nSpan)

Parameters:

• nConversion - number of periods in conversion line (Tenkan-Sen)
• nBase - periods in base span (Kijun-Sen)
• nSpan - periods in leading span (Senkou)

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ichimoku Cloud Bottom(9,26,52) > close]

## Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA)

The Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA) for the given expression such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• KAMA(nRatio, nFast, nSlow, exp)

Parameters:

• nRatio - Number of periods for the Efficiency Ratio (ER)
• nFast - Number of periods for the fast EMA
• nSlow - Number of periods for the slow EMA
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [KAMA(10,2,30) > 99.9]
• [KAMA(10,2,30,volume) > 60000]

## Keltner Channels

The value for the Upper and Lower Keltner Channels.

### Upper Keltner Channel (Upper Kelt Chan)

Syntax:

• Upper Kelt Chan(EMA, multiplier, ATR period)

Parameters:

• EMA - Number of periods
• multiplier - multiplier to multiply the ATR value by to determine channel width
• ATR Period - number of periods for the ATR

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Upper Kelt Chan(20,2,10) < close]

### Lower Keltner Channel (Lower Kelt Chan)

Syntax:

• Lower Kelt Chan(EMA, multiplier, ATR period)

Parameters:

• EMA - Number of periods
• multiplier - multiplier to multiply the ATR value by to determine channel width
• ATR Period - number of periods for the ATR

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Lower Kelt Chan(20,2,10) > close]

## Mass Index (MASS)

The value of the Mass index.

Syntax:

• MASS(nPeriod, EMA)

Parameters:

• nPeriod - number of EMA periods to use in sum
• EMA - number of EMA periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [MASS(25,9) > 27]

## Money Flow Index (MFI)

The value of the Money Flow Index.

Syntax:

• MFI(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [MFI(14) > 80]

## Moving Average

The simple or exponential moving average for the given expression such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### Simple Moving Average (SMA)

Syntax:

• SMA(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [SMA(20, close) < 25]

### Exponential Moving Average (EMA)

Syntax:

• EMA(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
•  exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [EMA(20, volume) > 60,000]

## Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD)

The values of the MACD indicator line, its corresponding EMA signal line, and the MACD histogram. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Note: if the nSignal parameter is set to 1 or left blank, i.e. (12,26,1) or (12,26), the MACD Histogram and the signal line will not be displayed.

### MACD Line (MACD Line)

Syntax:

• MACD Line(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [MACD Line(12,26,9) > 0.0]

### MACD Signal (MACD Signal)

Syntax:

• MACD Signal(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [MACD Signal(12,26,9) x MACD Line(12,26,9)]

### MACD Histogram (MACD Hist)

Syntax:

• MACD Hist(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [MACD Hist(12,26,9) > 0.0]

## Moving Average Envelopes

The values of the upper and lower Moving Average Envelope lines. The moving averages are calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### Upper Moving Average Envelope (Upper MA Env)

Syntax:

• Upper MA Env(nPeriods,percentage,exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - The number of periods used in the computation
• Percentage - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Upper MA Env(20,2.5) < close]

### Lower Moving Average Envelope (Lower MA Env)

Syntax:

• Lower MA Env(nPeriods,percentage,exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - The number of periods used in the computation
• Percentage - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Lower MA Env(20,2.5) > close]

### Upper Exponential Moving Average Envelope (Upper EMA Env)

Syntax:

• Upper EMA Env(nPeriods,percentage,exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - The number of periods used in the computation
• Percentage - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Upper EMA Env(20,2.5) < close]

### Lower Exponential Moving Average Envelope (Lower EMA Env)

Syntax:

• Lower EMA Env(nPeriods,percentage,exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - The number of periods used in the computation
• Percentage - Distance of the bands from the centerline
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the moving average calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Lower EMA Env(20,2.5) > close]

## Negative Volume Index

The value of the Negative Volume Index.

### Negative Volume Index (NVI)

Syntax:

• NVI

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [NVI > 0.0]

### Negative Volume Index Signal (NVI Signal)

Syntax:

• NVI Signal(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [NVI Signal(255) < NVI]

## On Balance Volume

The value of the On Balance Volume indicator and its corresponding signal line.

### On Balance Volume (OBV)

Syntax:

• OBV

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [OBV > yesterday's OBV]

### On Balance Volume Signal (OBV Signal)

Syntax:

• OBV Signal(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [OBV Signal(30) > OBV]

## Parabolic Stop and Reverse (Parabolic SAR)

The value of the Parabolic Stop and Reverse overlay.

Syntax:

• Parabolic SAR(step, maxStep)

Parameters:

• step - The Acceleration Factor used to compute the SAR
• maxStep - The maximum value allowed for the Acceleration Factor

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Parabolic SAR(0.02,0.2) < low]

## Percentage Price Oscillator (PPO)

The values of the PPO indicator line, its corresponding EMA signal line, and the PPO histogram. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### PPO Line (PPO Line)

Syntax:

• PPO Line(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PPO Line(12,26,9) > 0.0]

### PPO Signal (PPO Signal)

Syntax:

• PPO Signal(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PPO Signal(12,26,9) x PPO Line(12,26,9)]

### PPO Histogram (PPO Hist)

Syntax:

• PPO Hist(nShort, nLong, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PPO Hist(12,26,9) > 0.0]

## Percentage Volume Oscillator

The values of the PVO indicator line, its corresponding EMA signal line, and histogram.

### PVO Line (PVO Line)

Syntax:

• PVO Line(nShort, nLong, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PVO Line(12,26,9) > 0]

### PVO Signal (PVO Signal)

Syntax:

• PVO Signal(nShort, nLong, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PVO Signal(12,26,9) > 0]

### PVO Histogram (PVO Hist)

Syntax:

• PVO Hist(nShort, nLong, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nShort - Number of periods for the short EMA
• nLong - Number of periods for the long EMA
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [PVO Hist(12,26,9) > 0]

## Point And Figure Box Count (P&F Box Count)

The number of boxes in the current column on the P&F Chart.

Syntax:

• P&F Box Count

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [P&F Box Count > 10]

## Price Channels

The values of the upper, middle and lower Price Channel lines.

### Upper Price Channels (Upper Price Chan)

Syntax:

• Upper Price Chan(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Upper Price Chan(20) < close]

### Lower Price Channels (Lower Price Chan)

Syntax:

• Lower Price Chan(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Lower Price Chan(20) > close]

### Middle Price Channels (Middle Price Chan)

Syntax:

• Middle Price Chan(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Middle Price Chan(20) < close]

## Pring's Know Sure Thing

The value of Pring's Know Sure Thing oscillator and its corresponding SMA signal line.

### Know Sure Thing (KST)

Syntax:

• KST

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [KST > 0.0]

### Know Sure Thing Signal (KST Signal)

Syntax:

• KST Signal

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [KST Signal < KST]

## Pring's Special K

The value of Pring's Special K indicator and its corresponding SMA signal line.

### Special K

Syntax:

• Special K

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Special K > 0.0]

### Special K Signal

Syntax:

• Special K Signal(SMA1, SMA2)

Parameters:

• SMA1 - Number of periods in first smoothing
• SMA2 - Number of periods in second smoothing

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Special K Signal(100,100) > Special K]

## Rate Of Change

The value of the Rate of Change indicator and its corresponding signal line. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### Rate Of Change (ROC)

Syntax:

• ROC(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [ROC(12) > 0.0]

### Rate Of Change Signal (ROC Signal)

Syntax:

• ROC Signal(nPeriods, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
•  nSignal - The number of periods used to compute the signal line
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [ROC Signal(12,30) > ROC(12)]

## Relative Strength Index (RSI)

The value of Wilder's RSI indicator. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• RSI(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [RSI(14) < 70]

## Slope (Slope)

The value of the Slope indicator. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• Slope(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Slope(20) > 0]

## Standard Deviation (Std Deviation)

The value of the Standard Deviation indicator. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

Syntax:

• Std Deviation(nPeriods, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Std Deviation(10) < 2]

## Stochastic Oscillators

The values of the Fast and Slow Stochastic Oscillator indicators and their corresponding signal lines.

### Fast Stochastic %K (Fast Stoch %K)

Syntax:

• Fast Stoch %K(nPeriods, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %K
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Fast Stoch %K(14,3) > 80.0]

### Fast Stochastic %D (Fast Stoch %D)

Syntax:

• Fast Stoch %D(nPeriods, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %D
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Fast Stoch %D(14,3) > 80.0]

### Slow Stochastic %K (Slow Stoch %K)

Syntax:

• Slow Stoch %K(nPeriods, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %K
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Slow Stoch %K(14,3) > 80.0]

### Slow Stochastic %D (Slow Stoch %D)

Syntax:

• Slow Stoch %D(nPeriods, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %D
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Slow Stoch %D(14,3) > 80.0]

### Full Stochastic %K (Full Stoch %K)

Syntax:

• Full Stoch %K(nPeriods, nSmoothing, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %K
• nSmoothing - Number of periods used to smooth %K
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Full Stoch %K(14,3,3) > 80.0]

### Full Stochastic %D (Full Stoch %D)

Syntax:

• Full Stoch %D(nPeriods, nSmoothing, nSignal)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods used to calculate %D
• nSmoothing - Number of periods used to smooth %D
• nSignal - Number of periods for the signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Full Stoch %D(14,3,3) > 80.0]

## Stochastic RSI (Stoch RSI)

The value of the StochRSI indicator.

Syntax:

• Stoch RSI(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Stoch RSI(14) > 0.80]

## TRIX

The value of the TRIX indicator and its corresponding signal line. The indicator is calculated using the values of the given expression, such as “close”, “volume”, or “rsi(14)”.

### TRIX (TRIX)

Syntax:

• TRIX(nPeriods, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• nSignal - The number of periods used to compute the signal
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [TRIX(15,9) > 0.0]

### TRIX Signal (TRIX Signal)

Syntax:

• TRIX Signal(nPeriods, nSignal, exp)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods
• nSignal - The number of periods used to compute the signal
• exp - (optional) The values to be used in the calculation. The default is Close.

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [TRIX signal(15,9) < TRIX(15,9)]

## True Strength Index

The value of the True Strength index and its corresponding EMA signal line.

### True Strength Index (TSI)

Syntax:

• TSI(EMA1, EMA2, nSignal)

Parameters:

• EMA1 - Number of periods in first smoothing
• EMA2 - Number of periods in second smoothing
• nSignal - Number of periods for signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [TSI(25,13,7) > 0.0]

### True Strength Index Signal (TSI Signal)

Syntax:

• TSI Signal(EMA1, EMA2, nSignal)

Parameters:

• EMA1 - Number of periods in first smoothing
• EMA2 - Number of periods in second smoothing
• nSignal - Number of periods for signal line

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [TSI Signal(25,13,7) < TSI(25,13,7)]

## Ulcer Index (ULCER)

The value of the Ulcer index.

Syntax:

• ULCER(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [ULCER(14) > 0]

## Ultimate Oscillator (Ultimate Osc)

The value of the Ultimate Oscillator.

Syntax:

• Ultimate Osc(nShort, nMedium, nLong)

Parameters:

• nShort - The short period used in the calculation
• nMedium - The medium period used in the calculation
• nLong - The long period used in the calculation

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Ultimate Osc(7,14,28) > 70.0]

## Vortex Indicator

The value of the Vortex indicator.

### Vortex Plus (VTX Plus)

Syntax:

• VTX Plus(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [VTX Plus(14) > VTX Minus(14)]

### Vortex Minus (VTX Minus)

Syntax:

• VTX Minus(nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [VTX Minus(14) < VTX Plus(14)]

## Williams %R (Williams %R)

The value of the Williams %R indicator.

Syntax:

• Williams %R (nPeriods)

Parameters:

• nPeriods - Number of periods

Operators:

• =, !=, >, >=, <=, <, x, is, is not

Example:

• [Williams %R(14) > -20.0]

## Indicators not supported

• Momentum
• Pivot Points
• Price Relative
• RS-Ratio and RS-Momentum
• Volume By Price
• VWAP
• ZigZag 