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104 posts
msg #56791
Ignore oldsmar52
11/16/2007 7:27:27 AM

Can someone help with this, I can't figure it out. When you run a filter with OBV, you get a line representing OBV and one representing OBV EMA(10). I can't figure out how to write (and make it work) "show where OBV crossed above OBV EMA(10) within the last one day." If I try to run that I always get no matches. If anyone can help or explain I'd appreciate it........................Frank

14 posts
msg #56807
Ignore bbrodka
11/16/2007 9:54:17 PM

I am no expert, but try this
Fetcher[show where OBV EMA(1) crossed above OBV EMA(10) within the last one day]

6,362 posts
msg #56809
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/17/2007 12:11:27 AM

show where OBV crossed above cema( obv , 10 ) within the last one day

104 posts
msg #56815
Ignore oldsmar52
11/17/2007 7:09:53 AM

Thanks so much to both of you

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