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navyman6781
12 posts
msg #46760
Ignore navyman6781
9/5/2006 9:09:51 PM

I want to create a filter that will find stocks ending in bear,bull,bear,bull,bull
Where close is greater then open 4 days ago, 2 days ago and yesterday
Vol greater then 200K and 5 day cumulative vol surge is in top quartile.
For stocks below $1

Is this possible?


__fetcheruser123
msg #46801
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9/8/2006 10:07:36 PM

Could you define "ending in bear,bull,bear,bull,bull"? By "ending", do you mean the the last five day's closes were down, up, down, up, up?

And, could you elaborate on "5 day cumulative vol surge is in top quartile"? By the "top quartile", do you mean the most recent 4/5th days? And, what do you mean by "volume surge"?




elroz
26 posts
msg #46803
Ignore elroz
9/8/2006 11:07:31 PM

This should take care of the chart pattern. As for the volume, I too am confused about what you want. Please elaborate.

Close 4 days ago is less than open 4 days ago
and close 3 days ago is greater than open 3 days ago
and close 2 days ago is less than open 2 days ago
and close 1 days ago is greater than open 1 days ago
and close is greater than open
and close is greater than open 4 days ago
and close is greater than open 2 days ago
and close is greater than open 1 days ago


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