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PopeJimmy
10 posts
msg #59940
Ignore PopeJimmy
2/25/2008 5:18:13 PM


or white bar I guess on Stock Fetcher. Can someone tell me how to do a scan for a bar which opened in the lower 10% of range and closed in the upper 10% of range?

thanks

dwiggains
370 posts
msg #59970
Ignore dwiggains
modified
2/26/2008 2:15:53 PM

Hi
Try this
Fetcher[
set {a, high - low} and set {b, open - low} and set {c, a / b} and c < .1
set {d, high - close} and set {e, d / a} and d < .1
and close > 5 and volume > 300,000
]



Hope it helps
See ya
David

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #59974
Ignore nikoschopen
2/26/2008 3:17:13 PM

Here's a simpler way. Add ure own price/volume criteria.

Fetcher[
Open is below Day Position(0.10,1) and Close is above Day Position(0.90,1)
]



PopeJimmy
10 posts
msg #59988
Ignore PopeJimmy
2/26/2008 8:44:24 PM

awesome. thanks a lot guys.

there always seems to be someone willing to help on these forums which is one of the reasons I like stock fetcher so much.

jimmy

jimhbutton
104 posts
msg #59989
Ignore jimhbutton
2/26/2008 9:03:08 PM

I concur PopeJimmy.

Niko and TRO are absolute hands-down hall of fame inductees.

In all sincerity, thank you Niko and TRO for your life-changing counsel.

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