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branrx
13 posts
msg #77832
Ignore branrx
8/22/2009 6:39:10 PM

Ok I want to find stocks that have been below 20(and not above at any time) on the ADX for 90 days, but have recently gone above 20 with last 2-5 days or so. So I tried the first part and put offset 10 days, then I tried the ADX going over 20, but no stocks come up as I think the offset must have been applied to entire filter. Any suggestions here?

ADX(14) has been below 20 for 90 days
offset 10 days
This was how I wrote the first part, now what do I do? lol



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #77834
Ignore chetron
8/22/2009 7:47:20 PM

maybe...

Fetcher[

set{dayswox20,days(adx above 20,100)}
draw adx

dayswox20 1 day ago above 89.5
dayswox20 below .5
]



branrx
13 posts
msg #77835
Ignore branrx
8/22/2009 7:53:40 PM

awesome, thanks!

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