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msg #100399
Ignore srinisu
4/24/2011 2:49:11 AM

The concept originates from

Has anyone here heard of it or know of it?

The premise from what I've gathered is a the low/high set during the first 10 days of year define a trading range. When a stock is above that range it is consider positive and below negative. This can be repeated for the 2nd half of the year i.e trading range for the first 10 days of July.

I know it does come off sounding a little whacky but it was interesting to plot those ranges and see how stocks tend to conform to those levels.

I'd like to run a test to see how many stocks are trading above that range vs the number of stocks below. Plot that on a SPY chart and see how well that confirms this theory. Any help is apprecited.



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