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smartguy
27 posts
msg #99743
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modified
3/17/2011 5:04:29 PM

I want to add a column that shows on my chart scan. I want to find the value , then show that value as a column. Can you help me with the actual code I need to add to my scan. Specifically, close today is 5% or more below the close of 2 days ago, then I want to be able to add a column on the chart that I can click to sort this value i.e sort the stocks with the highest % drop. Thanks in advance for your help.

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #99747
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3/17/2011 8:00:44 PM

Fetcher[

close is above 0.50
volume is above 50000

close is greater than 5% below close 2 days ago

add column roc(2,1)
sort on column 5 ascending

]



Use the "add column" command, then "sort on column X ascending/descending"

Note that the ROC(2,1) function returns the percentage change in closing values between today and 2 days ago.

smartguy
27 posts
msg #99748
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3/17/2011 9:02:01 PM

Kevin_in_G - thank you for your kindness. Much appreciated.

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