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chip
67 posts
msg #58098
Ignore chip
12/13/2007 6:52:49 PM

Could someone please help me phrase this idea in a SF query....

For each time ABC closes down 3%, what is the minimum, maximum, and average number of days until it makes that 3% back up, over an interval (the past 100 days, for instance).

No plan here, just trying to learn as much about the 'language' as I can.

-Chip

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #58100
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/13/2007 9:53:26 PM

Chip:

I don't think SF can handle your request.

I know I could do it in TradeStation.



chip
67 posts
msg #58117
Ignore chip
12/14/2007 9:57:22 AM

Thanks TRO! I have been able to do it 'brute-force' but apparently, even with the 'Advanced' SF subscription it quickly becomes too much for the SF system. I can determine this goign forward for in 1, 2, or 3 days but attempting anything past that breaks.

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