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evanboone
2 posts
msg #31906
Ignore evanboone
4/28/2004 3:23:04 PM

from a guy w/o much formal training in math, high finance, statistics, etc......
is there a way to save a watch list of stocks and then run filters on just that list???

Thanks for the help





xplorer
257 posts
msg #32050
Ignore xplorer
5/12/2004 11:54:22 PM

you need to create a "watch list".... like maybe one called "Holdings" ,,, then you can apply a screen to "Holdings" ... see below.


show stocks where Stochastic %K(15,5,3) is above 85 and RSI(2) is above 95 and add column RSI(2) and apply to watchlist(Holdings)


...hope that helps...


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