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msg #155875
Ignore JoeyVinyl
2/19/2021 10:41:21 PM

I thought of that title before reading Snappyfrog's PVI and Penny Stocks post where he uses that phrase. It's not a bad philosophy these days. Properly timing a dip is difficult, for me at least, so why not take advantage of the momentum of something that's already going up?

This is a reworked version of one of my old filters. it shows you what's been hitting new 10 day highs and how often that's been hit in the last 10 days. Week1 is the most recent five day stretch while week2 is the previous.

market is not ETF
market is not OTCBB

set {10dh, high 10 day high}
set {hits, count(high reached new 10 day high,10)}
set {week1, count(high reached new 10 day high,5)}
set {week2, hits - week1}
set {diff, 10dh - close}
set {difpct1, close / 10dh}
set {difpct, difpct1 * 100}

Show stocks where close is between 5 and 100
and high reached a new 10 day high in the last five days
and Average Volume(30) is > 100000
and Average Volume(30) is > Average Volume(30) 1 month ago
and PVT(20) is above Average PVT(20)

draw PVT(20)

add column 10dh
add column separator
add column hits
add column week1
add column week2
add column diff {hi-cl}
add column difpct {close%}
add column separator
add column industry
add column sector
sort column 7 descending

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