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Rick67
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4/12/2011 3:23:16 PM

How do I go back six months using daily data and average all the ranges from:

The LOW: The lowest low when RSI(2) goes crosses above 10 from below.
The HIGH: The next RSI(2) highest high when RSI(2) crosses below 90 from above.

Start with the LOW and only count the next HIGH.
If he LOW goes back down below 10 before reaching the next HIGH, count each of these LOWS to the next HIGH.

Also count the number of times a complete low to high occurs.

This sounds like a challenge...I wonder if it can even be done.

Perhaps there is a better way to measure what I want: Find stocks with with the widest movement between these LOWS and HIGHS.

Thanks,
Rick

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