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pfogarty43
5 posts
msg #34390
Ignore pfogarty43
12/16/2004 11:02:49 AM

Good Day
Does anyone know how to screen for RSI(1) values that are between 0 and 100.
The stockfetcher filter formula only searches for either extreme.
Look at the 3 month charts for TSRG, IWWH, APPI and you will notice where the RSI(1) took more than 1 day to reach 100. This would have given you a nice short term entry point, especially when value is around 75 or so.
Please let me know what you think about this.



yepher
353 posts
msg #34391
Ignore yepher
12/16/2004 3:26:58 PM

you wrote it yourself

Filter[
RSI(1) values that are between 0 and 100
]


pfogarty43
5 posts
msg #34392
Ignore pfogarty43
12/16/2004 4:33:07 PM

Good Day
I should have been more specific.
Example:
Fetcher[RSI(1) is between 25 to 75
]


The StockFelter filter will not pick this up.
I e-mailed them and asked and their filter formula won't pick it up.
Just wondering if there is a way around the limitation.


kgriffen
49 posts
msg #34400
Ignore kgriffen
12/17/2004 12:26:39 AM

Try RSI(2).


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