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DasKapital
36 posts
msg #34084
Ignore DasKapital
11/23/2004 4:38:11 PM

Hi,

..wonder how I missed this error..! The days function is missing the lookback period.

Fetcher[set{gap_up,days(low is greater than 5% above high 1 day ago,10)}and gap_up is between 5 and 10 and add column gap_up and sort column 5 ascending]



Fetcher[set{gap_dn,days(high is greater than 5% below low 1 day ago,10)}and gap_dn is between 5 and 10 and add column gap_dn and sort column 5 ascending]



regards,

DK


sbeckers
20 posts
msg #34095
Ignore sbeckers
11/24/2004 12:05:26 AM

Thanks, perffect


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