
Moving Average
The moving average (V chart) has three parameters which can be
changed in the chart parameter settings (upper left hand corner). MA smooth length – This is a the master MA which we will apply a crossing MA or
a filter.  MA Cross length – When this check box is selected, a signal occurs where the MA
Smooth crosses the MA Cross.  MA filter percentage – The difference between the red tickers’s closing price and
its MA  Smooth value must exceed the filter percentage before a signal will be given. A
signals occur where the red line moves above or below the average by the specified
percentage.
 MA smooth length – This is a the master MA which we will apply a crossing MA or

MACD
The MACD indicator has three adjustable parameters MACD Slow length of slow moving average
 MACD Fast – length of fast moving average
 MACD Trigger – length of trigger moving average
MACD is calculated using only the red line and in general, MACD Slow must be greater
than MACD Fast. 
Relative strength
The yellow line is the ratio of the total return of the issue
to the total return of the index. The short moving average (blue line) is computed using Short Average value from
the Parameter Panel.  The long moving average (purple line) is computed using long avg parameter.
 R = (RedTodayPrice /Red1stPrice) /(GreenTodayPrice / Green1stPrice) * 10
 The short moving average (blue line) is computed using Short Average value from

RSI
This chart uses one adjustable parameter, P (The number of days averaged). The calculations are based on daytoday changes in Adjusted Price. 
P Chart
 The red line is a plot of Adjusted Price.
 The yellow and purple lines are exponential moving averages of the Adjusted Price.
 The values reported by the Dashed Pole are based on the reported (i.e. not adjusted)
price as it appeared in the paper on any given day.  The red value is the price as in the paper.
 The yellow and purple values are the exponential moving averages using the number
of yellow or purple days on the screen.
As more data accumulates and more distributions are paid, then the Adjusted Price
changes BUT because of the formula given above, the reported yellow and purple values
are unchanged.