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jhenninger
63 posts
msg #53164
Ignore jhenninger
7/16/2007 9:28:50 AM

I have tried to create a scan that has the ability of finding stocks that are potentially setting up to break through key technical levels/ranges for quite some time, but I just haven't been able to figure out the syntax. Does anyone currently have a scan that does something similar? Just curious...

Thanks for your help,

Jon

alf44
2,025 posts
msg #53167
Ignore alf44
7/16/2007 10:01:42 AM

...why don't you at least acknowledge "niko's" fine work in response to your last plea for help before you beg for MORE help ?

Just a thought !


Regards,

alf44

jhenninger
63 posts
msg #53172
Ignore jhenninger
7/16/2007 12:38:56 PM

good point ... my bad, but 0600 on Monday morning takes a little longer for the dust to clear off ...

thanks for the reminder

p.s. don't know what your definition of begging is, but my conception is entirely different: i was merely asking.

alf44
2,025 posts
msg #53175
Ignore alf44
7/16/2007 1:15:06 PM

...the only reason I even brought it up in the first place is that there seems to be a trend (by you)...of "asking for help"...and when it is given you NEVER acknowledge the posters that give of their time to try and help you !

For example :

http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=view&fid=1002&tid=51677&qrid=

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I mean...how long does it take to say thanks ?


Regards,

alf44




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