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msg #47169
Ignore lvainik
9/26/2006 3:57:08 PM

How do I show stocks at both support and resistance levels? Thanks!

6,359 posts
msg #47181
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/26/2006 7:54:51 PM

Could you rephrase the question?

52 posts
msg #47191
Ignore lvainik
9/27/2006 11:35:07 AM

PG at 9/25/06 was in my opinion at resistance?
It could have retreated or advanced.(It chose to advance with the market...)
I am trying to get a daily list of all optionable stocks at a point of significance where they should move one way or another...
A list of support / resistance or over last 60 days for instance.

BTw: Do you feel movement is more predictable at support/ resistance levels
or when stocks are "on" their 20/50 ma's
or when do you feel movement is most predictable?
going into earnings or when the markets rally?

Thanks! for listening to my drivel!

2,824 posts
msg #47197
Ignore nikoschopen
9/27/2006 3:50:14 PM

One of the easiest way to write a filter to find stocks near its x-period high or low (eg. 52-week high, 52-week low) is to phrase it literally:

Fetcher[close is near its 52-week high]

(This will fetch stocks that have made a new 52-week high as well those that are in near distance from its 52-week high)


Be that as it may, while breakouts are one of the most lucrative ways to fatten up ure wallet, it's also one of the deadliest, if not the most unpredictable, traps to send you down on the fast lane to shantytown.

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