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johnng74
9 posts
msg #65955
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8/8/2008 3:23:42 AM

I would like to find a list of stocks whose up volume has been higher than the down volume for the past week. Is there a simple way to do it?

Thanks
John


chetron
2,817 posts
msg #65956
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8/8/2008 6:31:50 AM

MAYBE...


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maxreturn
745 posts
msg #65957
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8/8/2008 8:16:54 AM

John, are you looking for the sum of up volume during the last week vs the sum of down volume? Also, please clarify up and down volume. If you define up volume as the black volume bars in SF and down volume bars as red I think I have a solution for you.

johnng74
9 posts
msg #65990
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8/9/2008 5:15:20 AM

What I mean is that I want to make sure that the volume for up day is higher than down day for the last week. For example, if the stock goes up Mon, Tuesday and Friday, I want to make sure that the volume for volume for Wed is lower than Tuesday, and volume on Friday is higher than Thursday.

Basically, I want to make sure that the stock rises on increasing volume and drops on decreasing volume .. any ideas on how to do it?

Thanks
John

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #65991
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8/9/2008 9:31:46 AM

isn't that obv?



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