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CrgCptl
2 posts
msg #54078
Ignore CrgCptl
8/15/2007 1:15:30 PM

Is there any way to filter the results by the open instead of close? That is, to find stocks that meet the screen criteria at the open of the day instead of the close.

glgene
523 posts
msg #54079
Ignore glgene
8/15/2007 1:22:44 PM

Close is greater than close 1 day ago

Thus, if you ran that statement at 10:00 am, it would compare stocks at 9:30 that morning vs. the close of 1 day ago. I believe SF has a 30-min delay (that's why I picked 10 am).

CrgCptl
2 posts
msg #54081
Ignore CrgCptl
8/15/2007 1:32:00 PM

Thanks for the follow up. I do realize that running the filter at 10:00am is certainly one way to do it. But what I really want is to run the filter at any time day or night and to find stocks using only the open information for that day. This way I can run the filter at the end of the day and find out how well they would have done if I purchased them at the open (well, 30 minutes past open because of the delay). Hope that makes sense.

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