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scott111552
142 posts
msg #132023
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10/19/2016 10:37:39 PM

I'd like to identify stocks that closed above EMA(250), but were below EMA(250) for the past X number of
days. I've exhausted myself trying to figure this one out....Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks to everyone in advance.......

four
3,397 posts
msg #132024
Ignore four
modified
10/20/2016 12:37:50 AM

Substitute your moving average and number of days.
I used ema(100) and 5 days below the ema before the cross above on the 6th day.

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close crossed above ema(100)
count(close 1 day ago below ema(100) 1 day ago,5) equals 5

garlasco
5 posts
msg #132036
Ignore garlasco
10/20/2016 10:04:05 PM

Close crossed above ema(250)
Close one day ago is below ema(250) for the last 50 days

scott111552
142 posts
msg #132050
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10/21/2016 1:51:03 PM

thanks so much! Cheers!

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