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awmorris
8 posts
msg #76233
Ignore awmorris
modified
7/10/2009 2:14:05 AM

I've simplified to prove the point. If you enter the following filter and look at the returned results, you don't have to look very far before you find a stock that has the 50 day moving average increasing but the 10 day moving average decreasing. However, that is CONTRARY to what my filter specifies. Is this a bug or is there another way i should say what I want

MA(50) has been increasing for 45 days
and MA(10) is ascending
and close above 5
and volume above 100000
and day change is above -5%



p.s. I also tried this with no success

MA(50) has been increasing for 45 days
and MA(10) has been increasing for 2 days
and close above 5
and volume above 100000
and day change is above -5%

Thanks.
awmorris

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #76237
Ignore chetron
7/10/2009 6:35:28 AM

"ASCENDING" IS NOT A VALID, YOU MUST USE INCREASING

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