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brian105
1 posts
msg #8
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8/27/2002 2:14:23 PM


how can i use stockfetcher to find gaps? i am mainly interested in stocks which have opened above a high or low from the previous day.

brian


tomb
261 posts
msg #9
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8/27/2002 2:18:44 PM


Hi Brian,

Here are some examples of finding gaps that hopefully will help out.

Fetcher[open is above high from 1 day ago]


Fetcher[open is below low from 1 day ago]


Fetcher[open is more than 3 percent above high from 1 day ago and volume is more than 100 percent above average volume(10)]



Hopefully that helps out!

Tom
StockFetcher Support



kjones
1 posts
msg #31
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8/28/2002 9:52:08 PM

Have any of you had success with gapping techniques? I used to try to use gaps in my trading, but when the market got too volatile I stopped. Are there a good filter that includes gaps that works in the current market conditions?


pargent
1 posts
msg #107
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11/9/2002 1:51:50 AM

I find this will work well to find gap ups:

low is above high from 1 day ago


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