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PopeJimmy
10 posts
msg #62873
Ignore PopeJimmy
5/21/2008 12:43:46 PM

Hi Guys, is there a way to run a fib scan with all the common fib retracements in ONE SCAN? I'm doing them all separately and therefore have a bunch of scans taking up a lot of space?

Would appreciate if someone can show me how.thanks



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #62878
Ignore chetron
5/21/2008 1:33:35 PM

i hope this helps...
the columns show where the stock is at in relation to fibs.
sort to find what you want?

Fetcher[

add column fibonacci up(65,10)
add column fibonacci down(65,10)

draw fibonacci up(65,10)
draw Fibonacci Down(65,10)

]



PopeJimmy
10 posts
msg #62884
Ignore PopeJimmy
5/21/2008 2:03:35 PM

9000 results? not sure if this one is useable. thanks tho

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