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no1son
1 posts
msg #268
Ignore no1son
12/17/2002 7:55:34 PM

Is it "MACD fast line crossovered the MACD slow line 5 days ago"?


tomb
261 posts
msg #269
Ignore tomb
12/17/2002 8:11:02 PM

Hi,

You are close, below are two phrases that should do what you are looking for:

Fetcher[show stocks where the MACD fast line 5 days ago crossed above the MACD slow line 5 days ago]


Fetcher[show stocks where the MACD fast line 5 days ago crossed below the MACD slow line 5 days ago]



Now if you wanted to make sure that the crossover hasn't been repeated you could try the following:

Fetcher[
show stocks where the MACD fast line 5 days ago crossed above the MACD slow line 5 days ago
and the MACD Fast Line has been increasing for 5 days
]



or
Fetcher[
show stocks where the MACD fast line 5 days ago crossed below the MACD slow line 5 days ago
and the MACD Fast Line has been decreasing for 5 days
]




I hope the above helps!

Tom
StockFetcher.com Support


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