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gujjutrader
2 posts
msg #93977
Ignore gujjutrader
6/17/2010 5:03:32 PM

Anyone know how to find stocks that are between two moving averages?

i.e. EMA(10) and EMA(50)

What criteria should I be using?

THANKS-A-BUNCH!

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #93978
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
6/17/2010 5:07:19 PM

Easy.

Fetcher[

close below ema(10)
close above ema(50)

]



or

Fetcher[

close above ema(10)
close below ema(50)

]



This first would be for pullbacks in an uptrend (go long), the second for rallies during a downtrend (go short).

gujjutrader
2 posts
msg #93979
Ignore gujjutrader
6/17/2010 5:13:42 PM

Kevin in GA ~ you sir are the MAN!

I was over complicating it instead of KISS!

Note to self - Keep it simple STUPID!

Thank You,

KP

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