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dmewbourne
9 posts
msg #95062
Ignore dmewbourne
7/24/2010 5:43:01 PM

This oughta be pretty simple for some of you gurus. I'm trying to write a screen for when OBV is above the 30 day moving average of OBV.
However, the following assumes OBV should be OBV(10) and I end up with two OBV's, an OBV(10) and an OBV(30):

Fetcher[OBV is above OBV(30)]



Any ideas would be appreciated.

four
3,998 posts
msg #95063
Ignore four
modified
7/24/2010 6:14:38 PM

perhaps...

Fetcher[

obv(30) > average obv(30)
close > 1
avgvol(10) > 132365

]



dmewbourne
9 posts
msg #95067
Ignore dmewbourne
7/24/2010 7:11:12 PM

Thanks Four. That makes sense.

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