Any chance you can post a simple how to to replicate this chart set up in tc2007?
Now here is a simple step by step replication of much of what you see on that chart using the chart of SLP, Simulations Plus Inc. SLP is up 618% from 260 days low as of today.
Chart with no indicator
Chart with Breakout
The universal entry signal I use is 4% plus breakout on high volume.
( 100 * (C - C1) / C1) >= 4 AND V >= 1000 AND V > V1
Add this under "Percent True" and set color yellow in middle panel. Now this shows you where this stock met that condition. Some of those days were good entry days.
100% plus indicator
To find out when did this stock meet 100% plus on 260 day low condition I add:
(100 * ((C + .01) - ( MINC260 + .01)) / (MINC260 + .01))>=100
in bottom panel.
Now you can also add
(100 * ((C + .01) - ( MINC260 + .01)) / (MINC260 + .01))>=200
(100 * ((C + .01) - ( MINC260 + .01)) / (MINC260 + .01))>=300
(100 * ((C + .01) - ( MINC260 + .01)) / (MINC260 + .01))>=400
(100 * ((C + .01) - ( MINC260 + .01)) / (MINC260 + .01))>=500
And so on to show you those milestones. Which I have not added in this illustration.
This is to show how far is current price from 6 month highest close. It can be used to put stops or to eliminate breakouts where it happens 25% below the 6 month high.
The three lines, two in dotted and blue solid are added by going to "Indicator" and putting the following formula. It is also useful for deciding pyramiding points along the way.
In reality the 25% should be calculated as a %% of highest price during the 100% move, which is what my software does, but on TC2007 that kind of calculation is not possible, so the line is workable improvisation.
.95 * MAXC130 Dotted yellow line Setting "plot using price scale"
.85 * MAXC130 Dotted magenta line Setting "plot using price scale"
.75 * MAXC130 Solid blue line Setting "plot using price scale"
I have not added the 4 MACD to this. But to add them you just need to use the link in the previous post. They are not very helpful for individual stocks, but can be useful on Index.
Now you can add to this the "Episodic Pivots" scans in similar manners in different colors.