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msg #32620
Ignore dmindy
7/19/2004 1:50:15 PM

Ok.. I think I've seen something like this before but it's been awhile since I've played with creating filters.
I'm trying to get a real quick idea of where a reasonable stop may be set.
So I'd like to find a way to get the average intraday price drop for a stock.

Throughout the day a stop price is going to rise and fall.
I'd like to get an idea of how drastically it falls on average.
(maybe a moving day type average)

And of course the opposite (how drastically does the price shoot up throughout the day) would be handy if your setting stops for a short.

... does any of that make sense?

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