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alexgwoodruff
17 posts
msg #46135
Ignore alexgwoodruff
8/1/2006 6:30:08 AM

I know this is a strange request, but how would I go about setting up a filter for a specific symbol?
Eg. Show "ABC" when close is 2.5
where close is above open
where volume has increased for 1 day etc etc

I have a list of channelling stocks that over the last 6 months have shown regular profit potential. My plan is to have 50 filters for these very specific stocks (if it is posible)

Thanks,
-A-


contrahawk
68 posts
msg #46136
Ignore contrahawk
8/1/2006 7:56:03 AM

alex,

set up and save a watchlist with your 50 stocks in it then write your filter with the concluding statement "and apply to watchlist(name)" and you've got it.

Jim


alexgwoodruff
17 posts
msg #46169
Ignore alexgwoodruff
8/3/2006 3:04:15 AM

Thanks Jim... that works.


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