Historic formulae allow you to work with basic market data or calculated results for prior dates. The basic types are as follows:
xlqh... Historic Formulae
xlqh formulae all have the same syntax, i.e. =xlqhFunctionName("Symbol","Date Reference", "Source") e.g. =xlqhClose("msft","2/2/2015","yahoo"). No additional parameters are required as all calculations are performed when the data is retrieved based on settings in xlq preferences.
All xlqh... formulae return daily results but are also available as xlqhw (weekly) and xlqhm (monthly) versions. Many of these formulae are also available as xlqXh versions.
xlqXh... Historic Formulae
xlqXh formulae allow for additional parameters to be specified, allowing you to perform any calculation 'on the fly' with no limit on the variations. The syntax is =xlqXhFunctionName("Symbol","Date Reference", "any additional parameters", "Source"). The number of additional parameters will vary depending on the formula e.g. =xlqXhSMA("msft",-1,20,"yahoo") will return a 20 day simple moving average for Microsoft from Yahoo for the last close (due to -1).
Weekly (xlqxhw...) and monthly (xlqxhm...) versions are also available. An xlqPlus license is required.
xlqRh... Historic Range Formulae
xlqRh formulae allow for 2 date reference parameters, allowing you to perform any calculation 'on the fly' for a given start and end date. The syntax is =xlqRhFunctionName("Symbol","Start Date Reference", "End Date Reference", "any additional parameters", "Source"). The number of additional parameters will vary depending on the formula e.g. =xlqRhTotalVolume("aapl",-3,-1,"google") will return sum of the volume starting from 3 trading days ago to the last day (i.e. 3 days) for Apple from Google.
Weekly (xlqrhw...) and monthly (xlqrhm...) versions are also available. An xlqPlus license is required.
- Historic formulae can work with real dates, as well as relative dates, and can be entered as part of the formulae or referenced in another cell.
- When providing real dates, data will be returned for the specified date, unless it falls on a holiday or weekend, and in such a case results will be returned for the prior trading day. Real dates can be referenced directly in other cells, but when entered directly in a formula would need to be in quotes e.g. xlqhOpen("ibm","3/5/2015","yahoo"). The order of day and month would depend on your computer's settings.
- Relative dates (-X) will always return trading days, with -1 being last close, -2 the day before etc e.g. =xlqhHigh("fb",-10,"iqfeed"). Will return the high for the day 10 trading days ago. and =xlqhDate("fb",-10,"iqfeed") will return the date referenced, and the excel cell can be formatted as needed..
- When working with weekly or monthly formulae, any date for the week / month may be used to return results, and a relative -1 date would return the last partial week or month, and -2 the one before.
- xlqXh formulae and basic xlqh formulae (Open, High, Low etc.) allow for a 0 date to be specified. This is a special case allowing the last real-time price to be used as the end of series calculation, bringing any calculation up to the last price e.g. =xlqxhRSI("amzn",0,14,"tda") will return a 14 day relative strength index calculation up until and including the last real-time price from TDAmeritrade
- Google - provide daily historic data for many exchanges and products.
- IB - Interactivebrokers provide daily and weekly historic data for the many worldwide exhanges and products they cover, including for equities, indexes, options, futures, forex etc etc.
- IQFeed - provide daily, weekly and monthly historic data for the many exhanges and products they cover, including for equities, indexes, options, futures, forex etc etc.
- TDA - TDAmeritrade provide daily, weekly and monthly data for US equites and indexes.
- Yahoo - provide daily weekly and monthly historic data for many exchanges and products. Unlike other sources, their close is adjusted for dividends (but may be changed in preferences)
|Low||Low for the period|
|High||High for the period|
|Volume||Volume for the period|
|Change||Change since prior periods close|
|ChangePercent||Change as a percent|
|Date||Date for the request|
|AdjustedClose||Close adjusted for splits and dividends (Yahoo only)|
|UnadjustedClose||Unadjusted close including for splits (Yahoo only)|
|NoOfTrades||Number of trades (IB only)|
|WAP||Weighted Average Price (IB only)|
|OpenInterest||Open Interest depending on symbol (IQFeed only)|
|Last Update||Returns the date / time of last update. (no date parameter)|
|NoOfPeriods||Returns the the total number of periods currently stored in xlq for the specified symbol (no date parameter)|
|EarliestDate||Returns the date of the earliest period currently stored in xlq for the specified symbol (no date parameter)|
|ValidDateOrNext||Returns the date if the market was open, if not returns the next date the market was open.|
|DateIndex||Returns the relative (-X) date for a specific date in the past, may be used as the start / end point for a series of data.|
|SymbolsToProcess||If data is being requested returns the number of symbols still being processed (no symbol or date parameter)|
|Delete||Allows for a symbol to be removed from the xlq data engine programatically (no date parameter)|
|StdDev||returns the standard deviation over X periods. May be calculated on different Types|
|Mean||returns a simple moving average for X periods. May be calculated on different Types|
|SMA||Simple moving average of close based on parameter|
|SMAx||Simple moving average of close based on preference settings|
|SMAy||Another Simple moving average of close based on preference settings|
|EMA||Exponential moving average of close based on parameter|
|EMAx||Exponential moving average of close based on preference settings|
|EMAy||Another Exponential moving average of close based on preference settings|
|EMA12||12 period Exponential moving average (may be changed in preferences)|
|EMA24||24 period Exponential moving average (may be changed in preferences)|
|AveVolume||simple moving average of volume based on parameter|
|AveVolumeEMA||Exponential moving average of volume based on parameter|
|FlexAve||Type of average and Type of data used depend on parameters|
|FlexAveSlope||Slope of FlexAve, can specify alternate No. of Periods than for Average|
|FlexAveIntercept||Intercept of FlexAve, as per Slope|
|FlexAveStdDev||Standard Deviation of Average|
|Range||Difference between High and Low|
|AveRange||(14) period Average of the Range|
|AveRangeEMA||Exponential Moving Average of the Range|
|TrueRange||Greater of the absolute difference between the 1)High and Low, 2) High and Prior Close, 3) Low and Prior Close.|
|AveTrueRange||(14) period Average of the True Range|
|AveTrueRange2||weighted (Wilder) Average of the True Range|
|AveTrueRangeEMA||Exponential Moving Average of the True Range|
|ATRPercent||an X period Average (sma) True Range as a % of the last close for the range. The result is also available as a Type parameter for other formulae|
|WeightedPrice||i.e. (open + high + low + close) / 4|
|TypicalPrice||i.e. (high + low + close) / 3|
|SMATP||Simple Moving Average of the Typical Price|
|RateOfReturn||(close – X period prior close) / X period prior close *100|
|Streak||returns the number of consecutive up or down periods, xlqxh.. May be calculated on different Types|
|PercentRank||returns the percentile rank over the specified periods (default 100). May be calculated on different Types|
|ADX (Average Directional Index)|
|DMPositive||The Positive Directional Movement. i.e. the largest portion of the periods range outside the previous periods range moving in a positive direction|
|DMNegative||the Negative Directional Movement. i.e. the largest portion of the periods range outside the previous periods range moving in a negative direction|
|DIPositive||The Positive Directional Indicator i.e. the positive directional movement / true range.|
|DINegative||The Negative Directional Indicator i.e. the negative directional movement / true range.|
|DMIPositive||The Positive Directional Movement Indicator i.e. an ema of the directional indicator (i.e. ema of DM+ / ema of True Range).|
|DMINegative||The Negative Directional Movement Indicator i.e. an ema of the directional indicator (i.e. ema of DM- / ema of True Range).|
|DX||The Directional Index i.e. (abs(DMI+ - DMI-)) / (DMI+ + DMI-) * 100|
|ADX||The Average Directional Index i.e. an ema of the DX.|
|BollingerBandsUpper||The Upper band of the BB calculation. The default is 20 periods with stddev multiplier of 2, and may be calculated on different Types|
|BollingerBandsMiddle||The Middle band of the BB calculation. Fractional Mulipliers may be used|
|BollingerBandsLower||The Lower band of the BB calculation.|
|BollingerBandsB||The %B Bollinger Bands calculation.|
|BollingerBandsWidth||The bandwidth of the BB calculation.|
Note: multiplier is entered as an integer but
fractions may be entered as follows:
values over 10 will be divided by 10, e.g. 21 will be 2.1
values over 100 will remove 100 and divide by 10, i.e. 121 will be 2.1 109 will be .9
values over 1000 will remove 1000 and divide by 100 i.e. 1210 will be 2.1, 1215 will be 2.15
|CCI (Commodity Channel Index)|
|SMATPMD||mean deviation of the SMATP (sma of typical price)|
|CCI||The Commodity Channel Index|
|ConnorsRSI||Connors Relative Strength Index. Default RSI periods = 3, RSI Streak Periods = 2, Percent Rank periods = 100.|
|ReverseConnorsRSI||returns the price required to obtain the target Connors RSI. Requires the number of periods for the rsi, the streak rsi the Percent Rank and the CRSI target. The Target should be entered as an integer. e.g. 60. If you would like to enter 60.5 use 605, or for 2 decimals 6055 for 60.55|
|ForceIndex||returns the Force index (default uses a 13 period ema)|
|Fractal Dimension Index|
|FractalDimension||returns the Fractal Dimension Index (usually 30 periods)|
|HistoricVolatility||returns the historic volatility. The default being for 30 periods and an annualized (252 day) scale factor.|
|Kaufman Efficiency Ratio|
|KaufmanER||Kaufman Efficiency Ratio. The default is 10 periods, and may be calculated on various Types|
|KeltnerChannelsLower||Returns the lower Keltner Channel. Default 20 Periods, 10 ATR periods, multiplier of 2, using an EMA
Fractional multipliers may be used - see BollingerBands for an example
|KeltnerChannelsMiddle||Returns the middle Keltner Channel.|
|KeltnerChannelsUpper||Returns the upper Keltner Channel.|
|LSMA (Least Square Moving Average) also known as the linear regression value, moving linear regression and regression oscillator.|
|LSMA||Least Square Moving Average. May be calculated on various Types|
|Slope||Slope used in the LSMA|
|MaxLSMA||Returns the Max of Least Square Moving Average for all periods between the 2 period ranges specified. The LSMA will be calculated for each and the maximum value for each result is returned|
|MACD (Moving Average Convergence - Divergence)||xlqh..||xlqxh..||Week/Month||xlqLite||xlqPlus|
|MACD||MACD (usually 26 / 12 period)|
|MACDTrigger||X period EMA of MACD (default 9)|
|MACDHistogram||Difference between MACD and MACDTrigger|
|Money Flow Index|
|MoneyFlowRaw||Raw Money Flow (Typical Price * Volume)|
|MoneyFlowRatio||Money Flow Ratio|
|MoneyFlowIndex||Money Flow Index|
|PSAR (Parabolic Stop and Reverse)|
|PSAR||Parabolic SAR (Stop and Reverse) Default acceleration factor 2% (.02), maximum step 20% (.2)|
|PSARLongShort||If long, return 1, if short returns -1|
|PPO (Percentage Price Oscillator)|
|PPO||the PPO (Percentage Price Oscillator) (usually 26 / 12 period)|
|PPOTrigger||X period EMA of PPO (default 9)|
|PPOHistogram||Difference between PPO and PPOTrigger|
|RSI (Relative Strength Index)|
|AveGain||Average of Gains over X periods|
|AveLoss||Average of Losses over X periods|
|RelativeStrength||Relative Strength, i.e. AveGain / AveLoss|
|RSI||Relative Strength Index, i.e. RelativeStrength as a value between 0 and 100.|
|ReverseRSI||the Reverse RSI, i.e. returns the price required to obtain the specified RSI. Requires no. of periods and target RSI. The Target should be entered as an integer. e.g. 60. If you would like to enter 60.5 use 605, or for 2 decimals 6055 for 60.55|
|StochasticFastK||Stochastic %K (fast) for the x period (default 14)|
|StochasticFastD||Stochastic %D (fast) the y period SMA of the stochastic %K (fast) (default 3)|
|StochasticSlowK||Stochastic %K (slow) i.e. 3 period sma of the %K fast|
|StochasticSlowD||Stochastic %D (slow) i.e. the y period moving average of the stochastic %K (slow) (default 3)|
|StochasticFullK||Stochastic %K (full) i.e. y period sma of the %K fast|
|StochasticFullD||Stochastic %D (full i.e. the z period moving average of the stochastic %K (full) (default 3)|
|TRIX (Triple eXponential moving average)|
|TrixDbMA||the partial calculation of the Trix, i.e the double EMA or the EMA of the first EMA.|
|TrixTrMA||the partial calculation of the Trix, i.e. the Triple EMA or the EMA of the double EMA.|
|Trix||the Triple EMA (usually 15 period)|
|TrixTrigger||X period EMA of Trix (default 9)|
|TrixHistogram||Difference between Trix and TrixTrigger|
|True Strength Index|
|TrueStrengthIndex||the True Strength Index (usually 25 / 13 EMA periods).|
|TrueStrengthSignal||X period EMA of True Strength Index (default 7).|
|TrueStrengthHistogram||Difference between Index and Signal|
|Up Down Volume Ratio|
|UDVR||the Up Down Volume Ratio (usually 50 periods).|
|UDVRSlope||Slope of the Up Down Volume Ratio.|
|VortexPositive||the trend of the positive vortex (usually 14 period)|
|VortexNegative||the trend of the negative vortex (usually 14 period)|
|Williams %R Momentum Indicator|
|WilliamsR||Williams %R Momentum Indicator (default 14)|
Start with =xlqRh, allow for 2 date reference parameters. All are also available in week and month formats. All require an xlqPlus license.
|RateOfReturn||Rate of return (%Change) between the start and end dates specified|
|StdDev||Standard deviation given a start and end date. May be calculated on different Types|
|Mean||Simple moving average given a start and end date. May be calculated on different Types|
|HighestClose||Highest close within a range of dates|
|LowestCLose||Lowest close within a range of dates|
|HighestHigh||Highest high within a range of dates|
|LowestLow||Lowest low within a range of dates|
|HighestCloseDate||Date of the highest close within a range of dates|
|LowestCloseDate||Date of the lowest close within a range of dates|
|HighestHighDate||Date of the highest high within a range of dates|
|LowestLowDate||Date of the lowest low within a range of dates|
|HighestVolume||Highest volume within a range of dates|
|LowestVolume||Date of the lowest volume within a range of dates|
|HighestVolumeDate||Date of the highest volume within a range of dates|
|LowestVolumeDate||Date of the lowest volume within a range of dates|
|AveVolume||Average (SMA) volume within a range of dates|
|TotalVolume||Total or sum of each periods volume within a range of dates|
|DrawDownFromHighest||Returns the % drawdown from the highest value in the period range to the end value. May be calculated on different Types. When Close is specified, the drawdown will be from the highest close in the range to the last close of the range. For the other values, it will be from the highest value to the low, e.g. from the highest typical price in the series to the low of the last period.|
|MaxDrawDownFromHighest||Calculates the % DrawDown for each period in the range, and return the highest value calculated within the series|
|DrawUpFromLowest||Returns the % drawup from the lowest value in the period range to the end value. May be calculated on different Types. When Close is specified, the drawup will be from the lowest close in the range to the last close of the range. For the other values, it will be from the lowest value to the high.|
|MaxDrawUpFromLowest||Calculates the % DrawUp for each period in the range, and return the highest value calculated within the series|
For any formula using a Type parameter, the following are available:
|4||Typical Price i.e. (high + low + close) / 3|
|5||Weighted Price i.e. (open + high + low + close) / 4|
|6||Rate of Return (%Change)|
|7||Range i.e. High - Low|
|9||ATR%, i.e. x period ATR as specified in preferences as a % of the last periods close|
|10||CLOP (close - open)|
|11||CLOP% (close - open)/open|
|12||HIOP (high - open)|
|13||HIOP% (high - open)/open|
|14||LOOP (low - open)|
|15||LOOP% (low - open)/open|
|16||CLLO (close - low)|
|17||CLLO% (close - low) / low|
|18||CLHI (close - high)|
|19||CLHI% (close - high) / high|
Flex Average Types
The Following Types may be used for the Flex. Average, Slope, Intercept and StdDev:
|0||SMA (Simple Moving Average)|
|1||EMA (Exponential Moving Average)|
|2||DEMA (Double Exponential Moving Average)|
|3||TEMA (Triple Exponential Moving Average)|
|4||TrEMA (Triangular Exponential Moving Average)|
|5||Wilder Moving Average|
|6||Weighted Moving Average|
|7||Volume Weighted Moving Average|
|8||Hull Moving Average|
It is also possible to view the historic data directly in xlq
Right click the Q on the task bar (or press alt-ctrl-shift-Q) and choose View data / Historic View
For additional information on parameters press excel's insert function button 'fx' and select the parameter
=xlqhOpen("gs",-1,"tda") will return the last (yesterday or prior trading days) opening price for GS from TDAmeritrade
=xlqhOpen("gs",-10) will return the opening price from 10 trading days ago for GS from the default historic data source (set it xlq preferences)
=xlqhOpen("csco","10/30/2014","iqfeed") will return the opening price for 30 October 2014 for CSCO from IQFeed
=xlqhwOpen("csco",-2,"ib") will return the opening price for last week for CSCO from InteractiveBrokers
=xlqhmOpen("amzn",-12,"yahoo") will return the opening price for 12 months ago for AMZN from Yahoo
=xlqhmOpen("amzn",-1,"yahoo") will return the opening price for the current partial month for AMZN from Yahoo
=xlqhOpen(A1,B1,C1) will return the open for the symbol in cell A1, date in cell B1, and source in cell C1
=xlqFx("xlqhOpen","gs","tda",-1) alternative way of entering formula using xlqfx
=xlqxhMean("ibm",-1,5,0,"google") will return a 5 days simple moving average of the closing price (type 0) as per the last close for IBM from google.
=xlqxhMean("ibm",-10,15,1,"google") will return a 15 days simple moving average of the opening price (type 1) for the period 10 trading days ago for IBM from google.
=xlqxhmMean("aapl",-2,12,2,"tda") will return a 12 month average for the low price of the month up to and including the last full month for AAPL from TDA
=xlqxhMean("aapl",0,20,4,"ib") will return a 20 day average of the typical price (high+low+close)/3 up to and including the real-time price, high and low of the current trading day for AAPL from InteractiveBrokers
=xlqxhMean("cim","31/03/2015",25,0,"iqfeed") will return a 25 day average of the close price as on the 31 march 2015 for CIM from IQfeed
=xlqrhMean("csco",-10,-1) uisng the range version will return the average from 10 days ago till the last close for the close form the default data source
=xlqrhMean("csco","01/01/2015",-1,3,"iqfeed") will return the average daily high since the start of the year 2015 till (and including) the last close for csco from iqfeed.
=xlqFx("xlqrhMean","csco","iqfeed","01/01/2015",-1,3)alternative way of entering previous formula using xlqfx
Additional examples of all formulae in xlqDemo.xls included with the download.
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