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dknoonan
27 posts
msg #114362
Ignore dknoonan
7/7/2013 3:52:11 AM

I wonder if a stock is more likely to rise after a decline, if the decline was orderly rather than chaotic.

"Orderly" might be defined as within a standard deviation of a slope. Does anybody know how to put that into stockfetcher syntax?

See how nicely behaved the decline of Apple was:

Fetcher[apply to symlist(aapl)
close above 12
close .7% above open
low reached a new 15 day low 1 day ago
draw 15 day slope of close
date offset 4
]



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