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jhenninger
56 posts
msg #50961
Ignore jhenninger
4/10/2007 8:02:10 AM

Relatively new at creating my own syntax, and I was wondering if there was a way to specify where the price is in relation to a moving average? For instance, is there syntax available that can find stocks that are (x)% above/below their respective moving averages (such as 1% above the 50(MA), but 1% below the 20(MA))? Also, I was wondering if anyone is aware of a price filter syntax that can scan for price contraction, such as the narrowest range in the past (x) days?

Any help/direction is greatly appreciated,

Thanks,

Jon (jmiles301@gmail.com)

maxreturn
745 posts
msg #50974
Ignore maxreturn
4/10/2007 11:30:36 AM

For the moving average question:

Fetcher[price more than 1% above ma(50) and price more than 1% below ma(20) and average volume(10) above 1000000]



For the range:

Fetcher[day point range reached a new 7 day low and average volume(10) above 1000000]



Regards
Max

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