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jthelen
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12/2/2010 11:57:57 PM

Iím having problems creating a breakout filter for relative strength. I wasnít sure how to get the slope (regression line) to only calculate based on certain values of a CMA. I was thinking maybe there was a way to isolate select values of the CMA and have the slope use those instead so that a filter could be used for breakouts.

show stocks where the 180 day slope of the cma(relative strength(spy,99), 4) is below 0

Iím not sure what I have to do to get these to draw appropriate trend lines.
show stocks where cma(relative strength(spy,99), 4) is near the top linear regression line (90, 2)
show stocks where the cma(relative strength(spy,99), 4) is near the Upper Donchian Band(90, 10)

Do you guys have any suggestions?

JT


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