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arby347
87 posts
msg #77218
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8/3/2009 11:50:36 PM

I am trying to screen for stocks when the angle of the LRI(12) starts to have a 45 degree incline (maybe 30 degrees would also work). Initially I thought that "slope of LRI12) >1 " is what I needed, however results were dependent on stock price ranges.

My thinking is that if I have a change of 1 on the LRI(12) from one day to the next then I should get the 45 degree slope I am looking for when it evolves from being at a lower incline.

I've tried to the following and it is not giving the desired results:

set{var1, LRI(12)}
set{var2, LRI(12) one day ago}
set{var3,var1-var2}
set{var4,LRI(12) two days ago}
set{var5,var2- var4}

var 5 < .99
var 3 > .99

Thanks in advance for any help!








dwiggains
391 posts
msg #77232
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8/4/2009 11:40:26 AM

Hi

This is my best shot.

Fetcher[
close > 1 and volume > 900,000 and add column LRI (12) and draw LRI (12) and sort column 6 descending
and add column 12 day slope of the close
]



You may want the slope of the close??

see ya
david

arby347
87 posts
msg #77235
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8/4/2009 12:57:37 PM

David, thanks, but that is not close to what I am trying to do.

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