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karennma
6,827 posts
msg #26232
Ignore karennma
4/14/2003 9:11:03 PM

Can I apply a moving average to a volume chart?


defghca
150 posts
msg #26235
Ignore defghca
4/15/2003 7:53:33 AM

you should have posted in the general discussion forum probably since this forum is used to post new filter ideas from members;

the stockfetcher team is working on a line drawing scheme, meanwhile this might be what you requested

Fetcher[show stocks where average volume(21) is above 1]

click on the blue highlight

so if you want to have the average volume for xx days, add this line to your filter; and where average volume(xx) is above 1


karennma
6,827 posts
msg #26252
Ignore karennma
4/16/2003 2:11:26 PM

defg
Thanks for trying to answer my question. But this filter, AND ANY NUMERICAL MODIFICATION of it, give waaaay too many stocks. Thanks anyway.


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