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shd027
6 posts
msg #117166
Ignore shd027
12/3/2013 10:16:46 AM

Hello,
I have been trying to pick up stocks where the RSI(14) was below 35 anytime during the past 2 weeks, but I do not mean below 35 for the entire 2 weeks. This is what any code I try seems to produce.

Such as...
(RSI(14) was below 35 within the last 2 weeks)

The following seems to work for volume, it will present stocks that were above the ave vol in any of the past 3 days...
(volume was above the average volume(90) in 3 days)

but the same for rsi doesn't seem to work...
(RSI(14) was below 35 in 10 days)

Thanks in advance if anyone can help.



compound_gains
152 posts
msg #117167
Ignore compound_gains
12/3/2013 10:40:20 AM

Fetcher[set{chkrsi, count(rsi(14) below 35, 10)}
add column chkrsi
chkrsi above 0
]



shd027
6 posts
msg #117171
Ignore shd027
12/3/2013 12:21:07 PM


Thank you very much, I will give this a try.
I also need to go over the manual again and try to learn this particular way of coding.
Dean

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