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SFMc01
273 posts
msg #131148
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9/14/2016 9:04:40 AM

How would I code a filter to identify stocks that have not closed below their 50 day moving average for the past 6 months?

Kevin_in_GA
3,964 posts
msg #131150
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9/14/2016 9:49:04 AM

Fetcher[
count(close above ma(50), 180) above 179
]



SFMc01
273 posts
msg #131153
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9/14/2016 10:45:42 AM

Kevin: Thank you. You are always so helpfull.

Steve McCormick

spauken
9 posts
msg #131156
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9/14/2016 11:02:16 AM

It is interesting how few stocks remain under the 50 day ma for an extended period of time - these few may be candidates for long positions once they close above the ma(50).

Fetcher[count(close below ma(50), 90) above 89 and
close is above 5 and
average volume(60) is above 100000
]



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