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msg #85556
Ignore cmicsak
1/5/2010 9:23:30 AM

Can anyone help me create a filter to find stocks that are pulling back to their 200 day moving average. If you look at GNK on a yearly chart, it has popped nicely every time it's pulled back to it's 200 day recently. Any help would be appreciated!


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msg #85557
Ignore mktmole
1/5/2010 10:42:44 AM

Here is some SF info that hopefully will start you going,

Touched from above/below and Crossed above/below;
"..... The main difference between "touched from below" and "crossed above" is that the touched keyword typically looks for the case where a measure came very close to a target value. "Crossed above" means that during the specified period of time, the values actually moved from below to above.
For the "touched" keyword, a measure needs to be within 2% above or below (depending on the phrasing) to be considered a touch. This is an arbitrary value and if you are looking for more control of the proximity, we definitely recommend creating a filter such as ......."
Fetcher[show stocks where Low is less than 1% above MA(200) and low is above MA(200)]

and re "Channels"
"......A channel is considered valid when the price "bounces" or alternates from one boundary to the other at least 4 times.
"Near top" phrase indicates the price is within the top 1/8th of the channel ...... "
Fetcher[set{Lows_LLRC, count(weekly low touched weekly bottom linear regression line(20),10)}
and Lows_LLRC > 1 and add column lows


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msg #85559
Ignore cmicsak
1/5/2010 11:21:31 AM


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