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59 posts
msg #83553
Ignore acfncp3
11/27/2009 8:47:14 PM

Is it possible for SF to filter for a close 100 % above the 200 day moving average or more.

Thanks for your help,


10,177 posts
msg #83554
Ignore johnpaulca
11/27/2009 9:52:53 PM

close > 100% above ma(200)
volume > 1000000
close > 0.1

805 posts
msg #83580
Ignore marine2
11/29/2009 2:59:16 AM

It's kinda like watching a rocket blast off from its launch pad then run out of gas on the way up then lose steam then ka plunk it heads downward. That's what happens to the stock that is filtered with this scenario (100% above MA200).

59 posts
msg #83582
Ignore acfncp3
11/29/2009 9:26:17 AM

You're right that this usually results in a huge pullback. But there are times in a big bull market that this might result in a long blue sky run.

Is there a way to code that after this 100 % above MA(200) is reached that a new high close is reached within the next 5 days. I'd like to do this with other conditions as well. That after a condition is reached that SF could find a new high close within 5 days of that condition.

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