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#### Sonny

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I have developed color coded watchlist columns which can be very helpful, especially when looking at a gap scan on the left while tracking charts on the right. These are color coded based on values. The columns eliminate all those extra zeros at the end and make it easy to spot big values. The codes are listed below. Please pass it on!

Cyan - highest

Red - 2nd highest

Green - 3rd highest

Yellow - lowest

C1 – <20, 20-40, >40

CO – <0, 0-20, 20-40, >40

L1 – 1-5, 5-10, >10

RV1 – 0-5, 5-20, >20

C1

#Pct Change from Yesterday Close

def AP = AggregationPeriod.DAY;

def y = close(period = AP)[1];

def x = Round(100*((close/y)-1),1);

plot z=x;

z.assignValueColor(if z>=40 then color.CYAN else if z>=20 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

CO

#Percent change from open

plot x = Round(100*((close/open)-1),1);

x.assignValueColor( if x >=40 then color.CYAN else if x>=20 then createcolor(255,153,153) else if x>=0 then createcolor(0,215,0) else color.YELLOW);

L1

#Rounded Last

def L = Round(close,2);

plot x = L;

x.assignValueColor(if x>=10 then color.CYAN else if x>=5 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

RV1

#Relative Volume

def x = Average(volume, 60)[1];

def v = volume;

plot r = Round((v/x),1);

r.assignValueColor(if r >= 20 then color.CYAN else if r>=5 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

Cyan - highest

Red - 2nd highest

Green - 3rd highest

Yellow - lowest

C1 – <20, 20-40, >40

CO – <0, 0-20, 20-40, >40

L1 – 1-5, 5-10, >10

RV1 – 0-5, 5-20, >20

C1

#Pct Change from Yesterday Close

def AP = AggregationPeriod.DAY;

def y = close(period = AP)[1];

def x = Round(100*((close/y)-1),1);

plot z=x;

z.assignValueColor(if z>=40 then color.CYAN else if z>=20 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

CO

#Percent change from open

plot x = Round(100*((close/open)-1),1);

x.assignValueColor( if x >=40 then color.CYAN else if x>=20 then createcolor(255,153,153) else if x>=0 then createcolor(0,215,0) else color.YELLOW);

L1

#Rounded Last

def L = Round(close,2);

plot x = L;

x.assignValueColor(if x>=10 then color.CYAN else if x>=5 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

RV1

#Relative Volume

def x = Average(volume, 60)[1];

def v = volume;

plot r = Round((v/x),1);

r.assignValueColor(if r >= 20 then color.CYAN else if r>=5 then createcolor(255,153,153) else createcolor(0,215,0));

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