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freshpotato
36 posts
msg #56545
Ignore freshpotato
11/8/2007 12:21:03 PM

Hello guys,

I'm still working on my scripting knowledge, and trading for what that matters :)

I want to create a gap filter, I have searched around the forum and can't find one that suits my needs.
I want to create a filter that shows me downward gaps in a upwards trend, and the other way around.

Is there any way I can get a column that show me volume increase in percent from yesterday?

Thanks and have a god day!




dwiggains
391 posts
msg #56559
Ignore dwiggains
11/8/2007 4:47:42 PM

Fetcher[
open > 1% below low 1 day ago and 30 day slope of the close > 0 and
set {vol.increase, volume / volume 1 day ago} and add column vol.increase
and close > 5 and volume > 200,000 and vol.increase > 1.2
]



This is a start. You can use open 1% below close if you do not like low.
You can change volume increase anyway you want.

See ya
David

freshpotato
36 posts
msg #56563
Ignore freshpotato
11/8/2007 5:21:54 PM

Thanks David, I was on to the solution but wasn't quite there.



TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #56565
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/8/2007 5:47:35 PM

fresh... make sure you look at the BASIC FILTER FOR NEWBIES.

It has what you are looking for.

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