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adrianf
49 posts
msg #26112
Ignore adrianf
3/22/2003 2:40:32 PM

How can I type a formula to get a true Doji pattern? Your candlestick patterns do not do this.
I would like a intra-day spread of about 30 cents and the open and close within 2or3 cents of each other.
Preferrably at the bottom of a downtrend of 1 week or more.
I tried this myself but could not figure it out.



tomb
261 posts
msg #26130
Ignore tomb
3/24/2003 10:12:45 AM

Hi,

Hopefully the example below will help:

Fetcher[
show stocks where high minus low is above 0.30
and close minus open is between -0.03 and 0.03
]



This doesn't include the down week, but should find the "doji" pattern that you are looking for.

Tom
StockFetcher.com Support



ladoody
6 posts
msg #31969
Ignore ladoody
5/3/2004 11:33:39 PM

here's another filter for a plain doji formation

high minus close is less than 1% greater than open minus low and open minus low is less than 1% greater than high minus close and close minus open is between -.01 and .01


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