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billyspradling
13 posts
msg #64193
Ignore billyspradling
6/22/2008 9:51:44 PM

i would like to have a filter that would:
show me stocks that have increased the most in price in the last 30 days and add colume {30 days} and show me stocks that have increased the most in price in the last 60 days and add colume {60 days}show me stocks that have increased the most in price in the last 90 days and add colume {90 days}.
THANK A MILLION IF YOU CAN OR CAN't HELP ME

TRYING!!
Billy

dwiggains
370 posts
msg #64254
Ignore dwiggains
6/23/2008 8:34:33 PM

Hi
Try this
Fetcher[
set {C30, close / close 30 days ago} and set {C60, close / close 60 days ago} and set { C90, close / close 90 days ago}
and close > .5 and average volume (90} > 200,000 and add column C30 and add column C60 and add column C90 and
sort column 5 descending
]



Hope it helps
See ya
David

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