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freshpotato
36 posts
msg #56844
Ignore freshpotato
11/19/2007 3:11:58 PM

Is there any way to check how many times a stock have touched a certain price (let's say a 52 week high).





SAFeTRADE
412 posts
msg #56848
Ignore SAFeTRADE
11/19/2007 5:16:41 PM

Try this

Fetcher[
set{52high, count(high reached a new 52 week high in the last 1 day,60)}
add column 52high
draw 52high
sort column 5 descending
]


this checks for how many times a new 52 week highs there have been in the last 60 days. Price and volume up to you.

marine2
829 posts
msg #56877
Ignore marine2
11/20/2007 1:22:32 PM

SafeTrade, thank you for this beautiful filter. It backtested very well in my setttings. Keep up the great work! I added a few more lines to it:

set{52high, count(high reached a new 52 week high in the last 1 day,60)}
add column 52high
draw 52high
sort column 5 descending
slow stochastic %d is below 25
and price is above 4
and macd(4,8)fast line is crossing above macd(4,8)slow line at close

freshpotato
36 posts
msg #56887
Ignore freshpotato
11/20/2007 5:57:04 PM

Thanks safetrade, I't realy helped my filter development.

Marine2, I was testing out your filter just for fun, did't really perform well... perhaps I'm doning something wrong.

marine2
829 posts
msg #56901
Ignore marine2
11/21/2007 1:38:03 AM

Everyone triggers their backtesting on specific settings that they are comfortable with. The way I have my trigger points set up for a sale might be different from the other person out there. Take a look at your settings and see if you need to tweek them to make it more agreeable for this particular filter.

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