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roca1018
43 posts
msg #32484
Ignore roca1018
6/30/2004 2:46:43 PM

I am trying to scan for APO(25,175) crossing above the 20 day ema of APO(25,175)
to no avail. It recognizes the APO but dosen't understand the ema function. Any
suggestions?

Thanks,

Rich


roca1018
43 posts
msg #32669
Ignore roca1018
7/23/2004 7:12:18 AM

Correction : the APO is the Absolute Price Ocscillator. It is comprised of two
ma values and the first is subtracted from the second to determine the number.

Rich


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