Dear All,

The following factors & functions are now available. All of these could be coded before but the formulas would be quite involved and error prone. These should be much easier to use.

### TECHNICAL →PERFORMANCE

Percent From Period High

**HighPct(bars [,series])** Percent from high in the period (incl div)

**HighPct_W(bars [,series])** Percent from high in the period using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct52WH** Percent from 52 week high using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct3MH** Percent from 3 month high using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct4WH** Percent from 4 week high using weekly series (incl div)

Percent From Period Low

**LowPct(bars [,series])** Percent from low in the period (incl div)

**LowPct_W(bars [,series])** Percent from low in the period using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct52WL** Percent from 52 week low using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct3ML** Percent from 3 month low using weekly series (incl div)

**Pct4WL** Percent from 4 week low using weekly series (incl div)

Percent From Average

**SMAPct(bars[,series])** Percent from SMA (incl div)

**SMAPct_W(weeks [,series])** Percent from SMA using the weekly series (incl div)

### TECHNICAL →TRENDING

Linear Price Regression End Value

**PrcRegEst(bars [,series])** Returns the ending value of a regression of the prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst10** Returns the ending value of a 10 bars regression of the prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst20** Returns the ending value of a 20 bars regression of the prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst50** Returns the ending value of a 50 bars regression of the prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst_W(weeks[,series])** Returns the ending value of a regression of the weekly prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst10W** Returns the ending value of a 10 week regression of the weekly prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst20W** Returns the ending value of a 20 week regression of the weekly prices (incl div)

**PrcRegEst50W** Returns the ending value of a 50 week regression of the weekly prices (incl div)

See Fidelity’s Regression Line for chart examples

The above can be calculated using the regression functions, for example

PrcRegEst_W(10) = Eval(LinReg(“Close_W(CTR)”,10),EstimateY(0), NA)

Let us know what you think.

Thanks.