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12/23/2004 1:51:03 PM

Slope of

Description The slope of... feature allows you to search for stocks where a measure or indicator has trended up or down over a particular period of time. Here is an example where the slope of the closing prices is computed:
Fetcher[Show stocks where the 50 day slope of the close is above 1.0]

A sample chart:

Some information about the slope of ... feature:

The length of time used for computing the slope is variable depending on the length of the trend that is needed.

Any measure may be used as input. For example:

Fetcher[show stocks where the 25 day slope of the RSI(15) is below -0.50]

  • Values above 0 indicate an uptrending measure. Positive values above 1.0 indicate the measure has effectively doubled from start to the end.

  • Values below 0 indicate a measure which is trending down.

  • Values near 0 mean that the measure is moving horizontally. This does not mean the values didn't move up or down during the specified time interval, just that the start point is near the end point.

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