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pouyamm2000
9 posts
msg #103121
Ignore pouyamm2000
10/28/2011 5:37:50 AM

guys, I hope this is the right place to post this. I was just playing around with the "less than" phrase and came up with this short
filter below. However, when I look at the charts that I got from this filter, most of the charts show the MA (20) way above MA (50) which is obviously the opposite of what I had in mind. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong..here is the filter:


ma(20) is increasing over the past 3 days
ma (50) is increasing over the past 7 days
ma(20) is less than 1% below ma (50)
close between 7 and 35
average volume (30) above 400000


thanks for your help!!
kevin


dangreene
133 posts
msg #103125
Ignore dangreene
10/28/2011 9:02:52 AM

Maybe this ?

ma(20) is increasing over the past 3 days
ma (50) is increasing over the past 7 days

and ma(20) is below ma(50)

ma(20) is less than 1% below ma (50)
close between 7 and 35
average volume (30) above 400000



duke56468
683 posts
msg #103126
Ignore duke56468
10/28/2011 10:06:42 AM

This also seems to work

Fetcher[
ma(20) is increasing over the past 3 days
ma (50) is increasing over the past 7 days
and ma(20) is below ma(50)
ma(20) is within 1% of ma (50)
close between 7 and 35
average volume (30) above 400000
]



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