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stocktrader
293 posts
msg #54366
Ignore stocktrader
8/26/2007 6:11:44 PM

Fetcher[show stocks where volume equals ind(qqqq,volume)]



nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #54367
Ignore nikoschopen
8/26/2007 6:52:10 PM

That's not exactly the same as what Guru and I are looking for. What we have in mind is to basically find a particular stock (eg. "AAPL") from a score of thousands of stocks that might be returned from the filter.

You might ask why this is necessary in the first place. A filter has two useful purposes. One is, obviously, to screen for stocks; another is to glean at different values for each individual stocks. For example, a filter can be written to divulge information on various indicators, such as RSI(2), Stochastics(7), SMA(50), etc. This affords us to easily see the numbers for these indicators in one row (see below). However, without any conditional statements like "RSI(2) below 1", you might end up with a huge number of matches. With the "search box", where you type in the stock ticker(s) of interest, this problem can be eliminated altogether.

Fetcher[
add column RSI(2)
add column Slow Stochastic(7)
add column MA(50)
]





stocktrader
293 posts
msg #54374
Ignore stocktrader
8/26/2007 10:14:25 PM

Good luck.

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