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mattman
18 posts
msg #35713
Ignore mattman
4/23/2005 3:06:11 PM

What I'm looking for is

Show stocks that price has closed above the open 2 days ago
And price has closed above the open 1 days ago
And price increased by 2 points 2 days ago
And price increased by 2 points 1 day ago
And volume has increased in the last 1 day
And close is above 20
And average Volume(90) is above 1,000,000

Basicly two bullish days that has incraesed by 2 points for both days

If anyone can help that would be great.

Thanks!




xplorer
257 posts
msg #35903
Ignore xplorer
5/4/2005 10:11:27 PM

Here is a start ... I am not sure how to incorporate a math funtion as simple as price + 1 ... but here is a start for you :

Fetcher[
price 2 days ago is greater than open 2 days ago
and price 1 days ago is greater than open 1 days ago
And price 2 days ago is greater than price 3 days ago
And price 1 day ago is greater than price 2 day ago
And volume is greater than volume 1 day ago
And close is above 20
And average Volume(90) is above 1000000
]




TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #35985
Ignore TheRumpledOne
5/12/2005 11:12:27 PM

4/23/2005 3:06:11 PM

What I'm looking for is

Show stocks that price has closed above the open 2 days ago
And price has closed above the open 1 days ago
And price increased by 2 points 2 days ago
And price increased by 2 points 1 day ago
And volume has increased in the last 1 day
And close is above 20
And average Volume(90) is above 1,000,000

Basicly two bullish days that has incraesed by 2 points for both days

If anyone can help that would be great.

Thanks!



Fetcher[
set{p2, close 2 days ago}
set{p1, close 1 day ago}
set{d2, p1 - p2}
set{d1, close - p1}
price is greater than open 2 days ago
price is greater than open 1 days ago
and d2 above 1.99
and d1 above 1.99

And volume is greater than volume 1 day ago
And close is above 20
And average Volume(90) is above 1000000
add column d1
add column d2
]




The above filter returns 0 stocks.

Remove the 1.99 criteria and it returns stocks.

Fetcher[
set{p2, close 2 days ago}
set{p1, close 1 day ago}
set{d2, p1 - p2}
set{d1, close - p1}
price is greater than open 2 days ago
price is greater than open 1 days ago
And volume is greater than volume 1 day ago
And close is above 20
And average Volume(90) is above 1000000
add column d1
add column d2
]



One thing I am confused about is:

stocks that price has closed above the open 2 days ago
And price has closed above the open 1 days ago

there are 2 ways to interpret this...

close 2 days ago above open 2 days ago

or

close above open 2 days ago.

Which one did you mean?






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