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jhenninger
56 posts
msg #50338
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3/1/2007 3:13:41 PM

Just wondering if anyone is familiar with how to scan for stocks that are down x amount through x days? I'm trying to create a very basic scan that can find stocks that are oversold in terms of price and percentage, rather than an indicator reading. Any help here would be greatly appreciated as I am very unfamiliar with the syntax.

Thanks,

Jon (jmiles301@gmail.com)


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #50348
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3/1/2007 5:33:27 PM

Search for my BASIC FILTER DISPLAY.

You can use that as a starting point.


rtucker
318 posts
msg #50350
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3/1/2007 5:37:25 PM

Here is one way to do it:

Fetcher[set{x,close 5 days ago - close}
set{y, x / close 5 days ago}
set{percent_dropped, y * 100}

percent_dropped > 10

add column close 5 days ago
add column close
add column percent_dropped
sort column 7 descending

price > 10 and avg vol(90) > 500000
]




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