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AdamW328
84 posts
msg #55957
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10/23/2007 4:16:21 PM

When you run a filter and you set the offset to for example "and date offset is 5" is this 5 trading days or does the 5 days include weekends too?

Also, does it include holidays when the market is closed?

Thanks!

dwiggains
370 posts
msg #55958
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10/23/2007 4:45:17 PM

Market days only. You can look at the dates given and see weekends do not count.

See ya
David

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #55962
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10/23/2007 7:13:05 PM

thanks appreciate it

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