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General Discussion · Question: Intraday RSI2 daily calculation
stockfetcher
msg #126926
1/26/2016 9:45:21 AM

Hi,

Hopefully we can answer your question. Because StockFetcher treats intraday price updates as the "current day" we simply replace the most recent quote for the current day and use the prior market date as "n-1". There is no aggregating of prior intraday values when calculating this measure.

Hope that helps!
StockFetcher Support


General Discussion · Stocks in Watchlist not showing up in Filter
stockfetcher
msg #126456
12/17/2015 3:54:56 PM

Please be sure to check your "Ignore List". You can find this via the "Account->Settings" menu option and then clicking the "Ignore List" tab.

Hope that helps!
StockFetcher Support


General Discussion · Filter not working
stockfetcher
msg #126421
12/11/2015 4:53:42 PM

You may need a space between "Williams" and "%R". For example:

Fetcher[Williams %R(20) is above -20
and chart is weekly
and stock is optionable
]



Hope that helps!
StockFetcher Support


General Discussion · My variables stopped working after their transfer to Global Filter ?
stockfetcher
msg #126417
12/11/2015 10:48:29 AM

Please let us know if you continuing to experience any problems related to this change. Feel free to email any specific details to support@stockfetcher.com.

Thank you!
StockFetcher Support


Announcements · Upcoming Feature Change: User Variables and Global Filters
stockfetcher
msg #126412
12/10/2015 9:16:04 AM

*** UPDATE ***

We have moved ahead and merged the User Variables settings page with the Global Filter. Any assignments you had previously made with User Variables have been moved into your Global Filter. For example if you had the assignment below in your User Variables:

myvar, close - open

That will now be seen in your Global Filter as:

set{myvar, close - open}

And can be referenced anywhere you have enabled the Global Filter.

Thank you and please let us know if you run into any issues or have any questions.

StockFetcher Support


Announcements · Screen by P/E Ratio
stockfetcher
msg #126378
12/4/2015 8:01:43 PM

Any additional details you can provide would be great, as we have not been able to locate/verify the numbers that you mention.

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support


Announcements · Screen by P/E Ratio
stockfetcher
msg #126368
12/3/2015 9:01:06 AM

The P/E Ratio on StockFetcher uses price / trailing 12 months of EPS before non-recurring items.

Concerning the two examples that you mention, can you provide more details concerning the EPS numbers you are using to arrive at the cited ratios? We only ask as we are having trouble finding any matching sources to what you mention.

Please keep in mind that the price used for StockFetcher's P/E is not based on current, intraday, pricing.

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support


Announcements · Upcoming Feature Change: User Variables and Global Filters
stockfetcher
msg #126361
12/2/2015 2:24:58 PM

In the next few weeks we are looking to merge the functionality of the "User Variables" setting into the "Global Filter".

For those that do not use it,, the "User Variables" option allows you to define variables that can be referenced within your filters, without having to redefine the variable. The "Global Filter" is another setting that allows you to take specific filter requirements (e.g. "close is above 10") and apply when the "Global Filter" option enabled.

Until recently, the "Global Filter" was only available for saved "My Filters"; however, now you can enable this for both saved filters as well as filters you are currently editing. Because of this change, we feel there is some redundancy between "Global Filter" and "User Variables". Additionally, by having these two features in separate locations there is a disconnect which can make troubleshooting filter problems more difficult.

At this time, we have made no changes -- we are simply looking for input on how this might negatively impact their use of StockFetcher.

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support


Indicators and Measures · Date Based References (DATE)
stockfetcher
msg #126346
11/30/2015 9:26:33 AM

Date Based References (DATE)

ParametersPeriod Indicator
UsageDATE(YEARSTART,open) DATE(MONTHSTART,RSI(10))
DescriptionThe DATE([PERIOD],[INDICATOR]) function allows you to access past values of measures based on specific dates in the past. In function, this feature works similar to the "days ago" phrase, as it modifies the desired measure; however, you can provide specific instructions on the actual offset of the days ago phrase. The example below returns matches that are more than 10% above the opening price for the year.
Fetcher[close is more than 10% above DATE(YEARSTART,open)]

Value PERIOD values are:
  • YEARSTART: Initial value of the indicator for the year
  • YEAREND: Last value of the indicator for the prior year
  • MONTHSTART: Initial value of the indicator for the month
  • MONTHEND: Final value of the indicator for the prior month
  • MONDAY - FRIDAY: Value from the specific day of the week
  • YYYYMMDD: Specfic date
More examples: To find stocks that are below the RSI(10) from the start of the month:
Fetcher[RSI(10) is below DATE(MONTHSTART,RSI(10))]

Fetcher[/* Plot the return based on the start of the year */ set{var1, DATE(YEARSTART,open)} set{diff, close - var1} and draw var1 on plot price and draw diff and plottype{diff,zerobar} and close is above 3.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000]

Fetcher[/* Plot the return based on the start of the month */ set{var1, DATE(MONTHSTART,open)} set{diff, close - var1} and draw var1 on plot price and draw diff and plottype{diff,zerobar} and close is above 3.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000]

Fetcher[/* Reference a specific date */ set{var1,DATE(20130211,close)} draw var1 on plot price and close is above 4.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000]

Fetcher[/* Stocks more than 10% below last year close */ set{var1, DATE(YEAREND,close)} draw var1 on plot price and close is more than 10% below var1 and close is above 4.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000]

Fetcher[/* Price last FRIDAY gained more than 10% */ set{change,close - open} set{ratio, change / open} set{pct, ratio * 100.0 } set{var1, DATE(FRIDAY,pct)} show stocks where var1 is above 10 and close is above 3.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000]



Filter Exchange · TRO CROCK POT - SLOW COOKERS FOR SWING TRADERS
stockfetcher
msg #126071
11/5/2015 9:34:02 AM

We are currently reviewing whether or not this message/restriction is still valid.

Thank you,
StockFetcher Support


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