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msg #48020
Ignore gwood704
11/17/2006 4:47:30 PM

I screen for stocks with a 10 SMA that is above the 40 SMA and whose 40 SMA is also above a 60 SMA.

How do you ensure that stocks that DON'T have a 60 SMA are not excluded simply because they don't have 60 days of trading history?

Thank you.

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msg #48037
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/18/2006 3:23:58 PM

I would think you would have to write a separate filter or test for something that indicates the stock is older/younger than 60 days... just guessing.

close days ago equal 0

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msg #48039
Ignore jacobnbr1
11/18/2006 3:58:32 PM

being a sma guy myself, i made this to aid what i needed at the time..
still had to do a visual scan of what i was looking for but at-least i wasn't waisting my time looking through charts that didnt apply.

Show all stocks where MA(9) crossed above MA(18) within 1 day ago
MA(60) below MA(18)
price between 1 and 20
volume increasing

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