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mystiq
650 posts
msg #68200
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10/9/2008 6:12:30 AM

==>can anybody clarify columns below from "TRO STAT SCAN - GREED FOR SHORTS" ...?

profitpct over1pct over2pct over3pct over4pct over5pct over10pct over20pct over50pct &nb sp; clxcl oplo

==> also from "10 percent per week" ...?
gt10% avgrng (wk) (-1wk) (-2wk) (-3wk) (-4wk) (-5wk) (-6wk) (-7wk) (-8wk)

(-.-) -thx

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #68555
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10/18/2008 1:24:55 AM

ABK and RDN sure ran this week.

Look for TMA and ROYL to run soon.

bullrun
27 posts
msg #68567
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10/19/2008 1:51:39 AM

TRO or other filter builder gurus & wanabes...
How would I add a total weekly loss column to RFR? This way I don't chase stocks like CAL or RDN who might take a breather for the next couple of weeks?

TIA! You guys are the best!

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #68570
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10/19/2008 11:58:46 AM

Weekly Total Loss?

set{ wpl, weekly close - weekly open}

BUT THIS IS ONLY VALID BETWEEN FRIDAY'S CLOSE AND MONDAY'S OPEN.

I wish SF would fix this because weekly is NOT the same as the last 5 days!!

bullrun
27 posts
msg #68572
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10/19/2008 3:36:52 PM

TRO,
I was hoping there's a way to add a column to your RFR that shows the return of each stock for the past week. This way I can sort to see which stocks lost the most so I can buy.

stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #68576
10/19/2008 9:41:33 PM

Weekly measures on StockFetcher are based on calendar weeks, this is an intended feature and not a bug.

If, instead, you are interested in 5 day periods below is an example that should help:

set{ wpl, close minus open 4 days ago}

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chetron
2,817 posts
msg #68577
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10/19/2008 9:48:01 PM


NICE JOB, STOCKFETCHER PEOPLE. KEEP IT COMING.



bullrun
27 posts
msg #68578
Ignore bullrun
10/19/2008 11:05:30 PM

Thanks SF!

Now SF community, what would be the next few phrases I should use to add a weekly column that shows the return over the past 5 days.

TIA.

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #68595
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/20/2008 6:14:28 PM

stockfetcher 10/19/2008 9:41:33 PM

Weekly measures on StockFetcher are based on calendar weeks, this is an intended feature and not a bug.

If, instead, you are interested in 5 day periods below is an example that should help:

set{ wpl, close minus open 4 days ago}

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Did something change? I don't understand. I DON'T WANT 5 DAY PERIODS....
I WANT THE WEEKLY OPEN TO STAY THE SAME ALL WEEK LONG!!

In other words, on FRIDAY, weekly open 1 day ago will be the same as weekly open and weekly open 2 days ago.

If I use weekly open, it's the same on Friday as it was on Monday ?!?!?



stockfetcher
963 posts
msg #68598
10/20/2008 6:44:37 PM

Unfortunately, we are not sure what you are referring to.

"weekly open" is the open from the first day of the week.
"weekly close" is the last close from the week.

In your original message you mentioned:

I wish SF would fix this because weekly is NOT the same as the last 5 days

in reference to the line below:

set{ wpl, weekly close - weekly open}

If possible, can you explain what needs to be fixed?

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