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tennisplayer2
180 posts
msg #109506
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12/19/2012 9:14:41 AM

How do I write a scan to look for stock that have touch a lower Bollinger Band with an exponential moving average? I know how to do it with a simple moving average, but don't know how with an exponential moving average. For example, I want to look for a stock that has touch the lower Bollinger Band with an exponential moving average of 60 with a standard deviation of 1. Thanks.

sunny101
53 posts
msg #109507
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12/19/2012 9:36:42 AM

u need to enter expmov....

tennisplayer2
180 posts
msg #109509
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12/19/2012 9:51:35 AM

I have try this, but it does not give me the correct results.

price touched lower bollinger band ((ema 60), 1)

Thanks.

Cheese
118 posts
msg #109515
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modified
12/19/2012 10:39:28 AM

Fetcher[
set{ema60,ema(60)}
draw ema(60)

set{1stddev_temp,cstddev(close,60)}
set{BB_ema_H1,ema60+1stddev_temp}
set{BB_ema_L1,ema60-1stddev_temp}
draw BB_ema_L1 on plot price
draw BB_ema_H1 on plot price

close near BB_ema_L1
not otcbb
volume above 1,000,000
]



tennisplayer2
180 posts
msg #109516
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12/19/2012 10:57:38 AM

Cheese, many thanks. Have a great day.

tennisplayer2
180 posts
msg #109522
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12/19/2012 6:01:08 PM

Cheese or anyone, need another favor. How do I change this filter from 1 standard deviation to .40 standard deviation? Thank you very much.

Kevin_in_GA
4,552 posts
msg #109523
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12/19/2012 6:29:45 PM

set{04stddev_temp,cstddev(close,60)*0.4}

tennisplayer2
180 posts
msg #109526
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12/19/2012 7:14:37 PM

Kevin, thank you very much.

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