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msg #113131
Ignore Limozine
5/5/2013 1:40:47 AM

This should be an easy one:

I am trying to set up a filter to screen for stocks that a) closed last week near the weekly open, and b) closed at least 5% higher than the low for the week, and c) closed near the high for the week.

I tried the following:

Show stocks where the weekly close is near the weekly open
and the weekly close is near the weekly high
and the weekly close is more than 5% above the weekly low

However, I'm getting 0 results even though I know some stocks meet my requirements (like MU, for example). What am I doing wrong?

6,396 posts
msg #113138
Ignore karennma
5/5/2013 2:07:41 PM

When you say "weekly", how many days are you talking about?

931 posts
msg #113144
Ignore Mactheriverrat
5/6/2013 1:12:37 AM

You might try


show stocks where high is less than 7.25% below resistance(65,10) and resistance(65,10) is above 0
and close is above close one day ago
and CMF(4) is above CMF(4) one day ago
Price is below 20
price is above 1
Volume is above 300000
and average volume is above 300000

and sort column 6 descending


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