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youngsequan
8 posts
msg #97118
Ignore youngsequan
10/20/2010 2:19:05 PM

Hello Everyone,

I just signed up to the site and I'm not good at writing code

I'm in the process of reading the manual so I can learn how to use the site

There are several scans I want to do

I'm giving this example so hopefully someone will write it and give me an idea of how to do it

1. average volume over 1 million
2. price over $25.00
3. The 20 simple day moving average is above the 40 simple day moving average
4. the 20 a& 40 have been rising for at least 60 days
5. stock trades on average over $2.00 per day
6. stock in an overall uptrend

Hope this makes sense

Thanks in advance

Kevin_in_GA
4,548 posts
msg #97121
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
10/20/2010 7:12:48 PM

1. average volume over 1 million
2. price over $25.00
3. The 20 simple day moving average is above the 40 simple day moving average
4. the 20 a& 40 have been rising for at least 60 days
5. stock trades on average over $2.00 per day
6. stock in an overall uptrend

Fetcher[

average volume(50) above 1000000
close above 25
MA(20) above MA(40)
MA(20) above MA(20) 60 days ago
MA(40) above MA(40) 60 days ago

]



I believe this meets most of the above criteria - as you can see, the SF code is fairly intuitive. Just read the manual and you'll pick it up in no time.

Comment here - this is a good filter to find candidates, but is not a good filter for finding specific stocks for profitable entry (yet). You need to figure out what your entry trigger should be.

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