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chessnut1
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msg #27101
Ignore chessnut1
6/27/2003 1:53:03 PM

If I add "...and relative strength(^IXIC,45) is above 1.25" to a filter, what precisely is it giving me? Will this give me the stocks that in the most recent single day showed relative strength in comparison to the last 45 days of the Nasdaq? Or the stocks that showed relative strength over the past 45 day period, or exactly 45 days ago or what? What I really want is to add a filter phrase to get the stocks that showed relative strength against an index (e.g., Nasdaq Composite) for the most recent single day. Is the designation (^IXIC,1) legal? Also, where can I find a list of index symbols that SF recognizes? If there isn't a list, can you at least provide the main ones? Thanks! -- BJ


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