Finds the Cross-Over timing and relationship of two data series.

Syntax:

CrossOver( series1, series2, [direction], [crossOverSize], [offset] )

 

Parameter:

Description:

series1

The first data series to compare to the second data series.

series2

The second data series that is used to compare to the first data series.

[direction]

Optional: The direction of the cross over.  

Use a positive [direction] number to look for series1 goes from below series2 to above series2.

Use a negative [direction]number to look for when series1 goes from above series2 to below series2.

 

By default, function use a 1 positive value.

[crossOverSize]

The number of bars to consider when looking for the cross.

 

The default value is 1 bar, which will check if the cross occurred between the last bar and the current bar.

[offset]

The number of bars to offset back before looking for the cross over.

 

The default is to look at the current bar.

 

Example:

'  Check if there was a cross over between the short

'  moving average and the long moving average.
IF CrossOver( shortMovingAverage, longMovingAverage ) THEN
  PRINT "Yes, there was a cross over today."
ENDIF

Returns:

TRUE, if there was a cross over, FALSE, if not.

 

Links:

 

See Also:

Series Functions

 


Edit Time: 9/25/2017 09:09:54 AM


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