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Rock Sexton
109 posts
msg #97564
Ignore Rock Sexton
modified
11/19/2010 5:40:36 PM

Sorry guys meant "Daily" chart up in the title, not "delay" ......

I was trying to get around the fact that I cannot scan intraday time frames with Stockfetcher as it can only scan "daily" charts. So I guess my question is this ..... Is there an equivalent of the 10ma (60min chart) on the daily chart? How about the 60ma?

Walid
130 posts
msg #97572
Ignore Walid
11/20/2010 3:33:26 PM

Daily charts don’t have the data you need to calculate the hourly moving averages. Simple moving average – as you sure know – is the sum of data points divided by their count. The daily bar doesn’t address the close of each hour. You can go from fine granularity to less (i.e from hourly data to daily) but not the other way around. Best of luck

Rock Sexton
109 posts
msg #97583
Ignore Rock Sexton
11/21/2010 11:34:02 PM

Would be really nice if we could scan 60min charts.

straken
469 posts
msg #97585
Ignore straken
11/22/2010 7:49:50 PM

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