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pcinx
17 posts
msg #78838
Ignore pcinx
9/9/2009 12:12:59 AM

Can any one help me in creating a filter that will enable to scan for 3 to 5 day pullback to either 25 MA or 50 MA or 100 MA and with a stochastic cross over pointing to the upside reversal and average 10 day volume over 500k.

Thanks in advance for your help.




trendscanner
265 posts
msg #78850
Ignore trendscanner
9/9/2009 7:13:18 AM

Maybe this?

Fetcher[
close near MA(20) within the last 3 days
Fast Stochastics Fast %K(10) crossed above Fast Stochastics Slow %D(10)
average volume(10) above 500000
]



pcinx
17 posts
msg #78925
Ignore pcinx
modified
9/10/2009 12:05:28 AM

Thank you sir, is it possible to scan for stocks close to 20 ma or 50 ma or 100 ma in the same query?

jrbikes
624 posts
msg #78928
Ignore jrbikes
modified
9/10/2009 1:40:56 AM

Fetcher[ show stocks where the close is less than 5% above the MA(20) and the price is between 1 and 5 and the close is above the MA(20)
Draw Fast stochastic(15,3) and the Average Volume(10) is above 500000
]



See if that is what you are looking for, you can leave the Stochastics out of the scan, and go to settings, choose the Stochastic indicator and add it to you chart settings and it will automatically Draw it on your pop up chart!

Also go to Home page and look at indicator phrases, it will give you many examples of what the phrases are to add to your filter! look at the [ and the ], these will make your filters clickable on chat pages, then they will be glad to add to it or subtract!

They are very generous here!

you can also choose to add MA(100) to filter, a example would be ( MA(20) is above the MA(100) ), its endless!

trendscanner
265 posts
msg #78932
Ignore trendscanner
9/10/2009 6:24:31 AM

It may be possible to write a single scan for finding a stock that is near its 20MA, 50MA, or 100MA but writing that sort of scan is beyond my current capabilities. TRO has posted some methods for incorporating logic functions [AND, OR, NOT] into scans but I believe the easy practical limit involves comparison between only two conditions (i.e., finding stocks that are either near their 20MA or their 50MA) rather than comparing between 3 conditions. Incorporating a 3 condition choice may take some work.

Chetron may be able to help.


jrbikes
624 posts
msg #78950
Ignore jrbikes
modified
9/10/2009 10:48:56 AM

Fetcher[show stocks where the price is less than 5% above the MA(20) and the close is greater than the open and the MA(20) is above the MA(50)
]


It dont get no easier than that, why do you think Im here? LOL

SF is a text based scanning system, all you got to do is type in words!


Fetcher[ show me some stocks that will go up
]







xxcheck
53 posts
msg #78953
Ignore xxcheck
9/10/2009 11:47:23 AM

JR That one not working. How about show me stocks that I will make 5% a day on?

pcinx
17 posts
msg #78969
Ignore pcinx
modified
9/10/2009 3:01:22 PM

Thank you all for your help, I really appreciate for taking your time and helping others.



jrbikes
624 posts
msg #79013
Ignore jrbikes
9/11/2009 1:35:57 AM

LOL!

Fetcher[show stocks that will make xxxcheck 5% a day and the close is between 1 and 5
]



xxcheck
53 posts
msg #79014
Ignore xxcheck
9/11/2009 1:59:07 AM

Thanks JR Ill send you half for building that filter.

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