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mat337d
4 posts
msg #54526
Ignore mat337d
9/3/2007 9:37:38 PM

I have a question that is quite difficult to explain. below I pasted a basic example filter. It has a oscillator r. My question is how would I filter the stocks that are crossing the line 1 (at -25) but only after being below line 2(at -75) immediately before crossing line 1. basically how would I term
"show stocks where r crossed above -25
and were below -75 immediately before"
I may need to include some drawing. As I said it is a little hard to describe.

set{r,williams %R (14)}
set{1, -25}
set{2, -75}
show stocks where r crossed above -25
and draw 1 on plot r
and draw 2 on plot r


rtucker
318 posts
msg #54530
Ignore rtucker
9/4/2007 2:26:06 AM

Check out the "days since" phrase. It may be what you want.


Fetcher[set{r,williams %R (14)}
set{1, -25}
set{2, -75}
show stocks where days(r crossed above -75,2) is above
days(r crossed above -25,2)
and days(r crossed above -25,2) is above -1
and draw 1 on plot r
and draw 2 on plot r
]




mat337d
4 posts
msg #54552
Ignore mat337d
9/4/2007 5:18:39 PM

That seems to be exactly what I needed. Although I do not understand how it works. thanks rtucker.

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