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mat337d
4 posts
msg #54009
Ignore mat337d
modified
8/12/2007 8:47:12 PM

I am trying to create a filter that will take the moving average (10 day in this case) of an exponetial moving average (20 day in this case) below is my attempt to do this:

set{smaofema,((EMA(20) 9 days ago + EMA(20) 8 days ago + EMA(20) 7 days ago + EMA(20) 6 days ago + EMA(20) 5 days ago + EMA(20) 4 days ago + EMA(20) 3 days ago + EMA(20) 2 days ago + EMA(20) 1 days ago + EMA(20))/10) - ((EMA(20) 10 days ago + EMA(20) 9 days ago + EMA(20) 8 days ago + EMA(20) 7 days ago + EMA(20) 6 days ago + EMA(20) 5 days ago + EMA(20) 4 days ago + EMA(20) 3 days ago + EMA(20) 2 days ago + EMA(20) 1 days ago )/10) }
show stocks where smaofema is above 0
and smaofema 1 days ago is below 0
and draw EMA(20)
and draw smaofema

this filter is giving 0 results. this is similar to taking the ema(20)- ema(20) 1 days ago. except it has a MA applied to it. I hope someone can help me with this filter. thanks

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #54013
Ignore nikoschopen
8/12/2007 9:40:47 PM

StockFetcher currently provides Custom Moving Average (CMA), Custom Exponential Moving Average (CEMA), and Custom Weighted Moving Average (CWMA).

In ure case, you merely need to utilize the CMA in ure filter:

cma(ema(20),10)

Hence, if I'm looking for stocks that have crossed above its SMA(10) of EMA(20)...

Fetcher[price crossed above cma(ema(20),10)]



mat337d
4 posts
msg #54020
Ignore mat337d
8/12/2007 11:17:14 PM

thank you nikoschopen, that function worked perfectly.

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