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General Discussion · add more indicator beneath chart
msg #123602
4/19/2015 8:17:29 AM


On your chart settings page, make sure you have your chart and results preferences set to "Show Both My Settings and Filter Settings". You probably have "Show Only My Settings" selected. Support

Filter Exchange · Why are PVT chart values differing from column values?
msg #123518
4/9/2015 8:51:13 AM

The PVT is a recursive measure, because of this the actual starting point (or seed data) used when calculating current values will effect the outcome. Since a chart may use a different amount of history to seed the measure than the actual filter logic the values may differ. Given this, only the shape/direction of this indicator is of significance.

StockFetcher Support

General Discussion · regarding stocks with bullish engulfment candlesticks search
msg #123309
3/23/2015 9:32:06 AM


Please provide a couple example symbols that appear on the other site which do not appear on StockFetcher. There are a number of possible reasons for this.


General Discussion · gap up stocks
msg #123273
3/20/2015 8:12:31 AM

Please try:

open divided by close 1 day ago is between 1.01 and 1.05
and close is between 40 and 80

Hope that helps!

StockFetcher Support

StockFetcher for iPad · Question for StockFetcher Staff
msg #123242
3/18/2015 6:51:22 AM


Thank you for the feature suggestion. Unfortunately we have not had enough users requesting this feature. If this should change we'll be sure to post an announcement.

Best Regards,
StockFetcher Support

General Discussion · Actual angle of slope
msg #123207
3/15/2015 9:01:41 AM


We see this request a fair bit in support. The trick with angles is that you'll need to assume a unit value for time that corresponds to price. Unfortunately this would not correspond to an actual chart of the data since the range of price used is based on the high/low of all indicators drawn.

The easiest way to illustrate this is the same slope for different time periods. Below is an example of the same 100 day slope drawn on 1 year & 6 month charts. You'll notice the slope of the first is around -35 degrees and the second around -23 degrees.

Also, using the formula mentioned above (adjusted for the close 100 days ago), the result is about -13 degrees.

Best regards, Support

General Discussion · Something To Play With
msg #123175
3/13/2015 10:11:43 AM


We do not remove inactive threads so pop is not required.

StockFetcher Support

Backtesting Support · Forward Arrow
msg #123156
3/12/2015 4:46:46 PM


Thank you for the feedback. We moved a couple of the buttons around that should hopefully do the trick. Let us know if this isn't working or doesn't seem intuitive.

Thanks, Support

General Discussion · Attn: Dear StockFetcher
msg #122652
1/28/2015 11:13:11 AM


You will want to visit the following settings page and set "Days of trading history required to appear in results" to a lower number:


You are currently configured to 30 days. Support

General Discussion · Attn: Dear StockFetcher
msg #122648
1/28/2015 10:12:33 AM

It is there. Are you not able to view the symbol?

Fetcher[apply to symlist(QRVO)]

StockFetcher Support

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