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sbeckers
20 posts
msg #26345
Ignore sbeckers
5/1/2003 4:41:48 PM

If I want to find stocks which have a tail of at least 2 x the body, how would I do that? (aside from pattern matching function, which I haven't had much success with).


Steve
8 posts
msg #26346
Ignore Steve
5/1/2003 5:07:19 PM

Hello,

You'll need two separate filters for this. One for up days and another for down days.

Up Days:
Fetcher[
open minus low is more than 100 above close minus open
and close is above open
add column open minus low
add column close minus open
]



Down Days:
Fetcher[
close minus low is more than 100 above open minus close
and open is above close
add column close minus low
add column open minus close
]



We're looking to add a Head/Tail/Body measure to simplify this query as well as eliminate the need for two separate filters. Also, we are definitely looking into the "Or" clause which would allow the combination of these.

Regards,
Steve
StockFetcher.com Support



defghca
150 posts
msg #26348
Ignore defghca
5/1/2003 6:51:49 PM

i am glad you and the team are still pursuing the "or" conjunction project
thanks


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