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jbusch
4 posts
msg #74834
Ignore jbusch
5/29/2009 10:23:16 AM

... Posted this earlier to the General forum, but this looks like a more appropriate place for my question...

Hi, I'm relatively new to Stockfetcher and setting up scans, and was wondering if someone could help me out setting up a simple Donchian Channel filter.

Specifically, I'd like to create a scan that returns:

1) Stocks that are trading within the upper half of their Donchian Channel (60 day, 1 day offset) -- specifically, below the upper channel line and above the midpoint
2) Avg Daily Volume above 500k
3) Beta above 1.0

Thank you so much for any help. I've tried to set this up a few times and have gotten some strange results, so obviously something in my syntax is wrong.


chetron
2,817 posts
msg #74851
Ignore chetron
5/29/2009 5:35:06 PM

maybe....


Fetcher[
add column beta

high above center Donchian Band(60,1)
low below upper center Donchian Band(60,1)
beta above 1
average volume above 500000

sort column 5 descending
]



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