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kanuk
32 posts
msg #31194
Ignore kanuk
2/25/2004 10:29:59 AM

Does anyone have a neat way of identifying a 3-day downward trend, the 3 days not including the current day? I could say that the close of day 1 was lower than the close of day 2 was lower than the close of day 3 but that seems too 'klugey'. Is there a more 'sophisticated' way?



Skeksis
36 posts
msg #31195
Ignore Skeksis
2/25/2004 10:51:10 AM

Fetcher[show stocks where close has been decreasing for the last 3 days]



that's the simplest way... if you haven't downloaded the stockfetcher manual yet, you should, as it will tell you most of all you'll ever need to know about writing the filters


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