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msg #68842
Ignore Charlie
10/27/2008 8:11:05 PM

Hello and thank you for the great indicator.

Is there a way to use the comparative strength indicator to measure a stock's relative strength against each other?

For example, many newspapers rank relative strength on a percentage bases (1-99%) - whereas a strong stock could be ranked as 99% (meaning that the stock outperformed 99% of all stocks).

On the other hand, a stock with a ranking of 1% means that the stock was only stronger than 1% of all stocks.


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msg #71168
Ignore musselmant
2/4/2009 4:05:02 PM

can you screen for stocks that are greater than 80% of all stocks on a measure, say, 2 day return is greater than 80% of all stocks?

How about greater than 80% of all stocks in a list you submit?

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msg #115762
Ignore karirivineet
10/8/2013 11:51:59 PM


I was wondering if anyone out here or stock fetcher can provide a code for Relative Price strength in an oscillator form with 52 week moving average runs in the middle.

Thanks in Advance.

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msg #132019
Ignore dashover
10/19/2016 4:06:30 PM

Can you do Comparative relative strength where you compare and rank 30 stocks against each other in a matrix format over the last 45 days.

Every stock is ranked against every other stock and thusly sorted.


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