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msg #52005
Ignore jhenninger
6/6/2007 8:36:39 AM

Hello all,

I am in the process of creating a very basic scan that tries to identify high quality breakout/breakdown candidates AFTER they have taken place (ideally, I would like to find them beforehand, but I am unsure of the sytax that SF would need to find *price hovering just below/above a certain range*). Currently, I am only using a price/volume scan that looks for new price highs/lows with a volume increase (such as, price reached a new 10 day high and volume gained more than 200 percent over the last 1 day, etc...), but it seems to me that some sort of modification needs to take place to add more value to this very basic scan. Anyone have any ideas?



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msg #52018
Ignore bbrodka
6/6/2007 12:14:28 PM

There are several breakout scans posted here, have you tried the search feature?

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