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heise
11 posts
msg #41160
Ignore heise
modified
2/12/2006 8:53:35 PM

These simple filters work pretty good for what I am looking for.

For uptrending stocks:

show stocks where the Bollinger width(10) is between 0 and 0.1 and draw Bollinger(10)
And price is above MA(10) for past 20 days
And stock is optionable

For downtrending stocks:

show stocks where the Bollinger width(10) is between 0 and 0.1 and draw Bollinger(10)
And price is below MA(10) for past 20 days
And stock is optionable

I would like to add one more criteria: Does anyone know how to write a line of code something like, "price hi or low during the period between 20 to 250 days ago was greater than or equal to more than 1.5 times or less than or equal to .5 times current price"?

Thanks.

heise




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