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msg #46220
Ignore morteza471
8/6/2006 2:30:55 AM

can some one write a filter for inverted hammer (weekly)for bottom. i been watching inverted at the bottom, you can make money buying the next monday's low

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msg #46221
Ignore nikoschopen
8/6/2006 3:11:00 AM

It seems like the filter for the inverted hammer is already available from the "Public Filter List" section of the forum:

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msg #47120
Ignore scvidar
9/22/2006 12:21:25 PM

Yes it does show it, but how do we make it aso it applies weekly. I tried to figure it out, but couldn't. Thanks for the link however.

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msg #47126
Ignore nikoschopen
9/22/2006 1:23:09 PM

According to SF...

Weekly charts and indicators are now available on StockFetcher!

To take advantage of the weekly indicators, all you need to do is add the word "weekly" in front of any indicator you wish to be computed on a weekly scale. For example:

Fetcher[show stocks where the weekly ma(10) crossed above the weekly ma(50) within the last 1 week]

Fetcher[show stocks where the weekly RSI(14) is below 30]

Please keep in mind that any period of time that you specify in your indicators or screens will be related to weeks, not days. Also, the above examples produce charts that are on a daily scale. You can mix any weekly and daily measures on a daily chart!

To view your screen using a weekly chart, simply add the "chart-display is weekly" phrase to any of your filters. For example:

show stocks where the weekly high is below the weekly high 1 week ago
and the weekly low is above the weekly low 1 week ago
and chart-display is weekly

This will convert your chart to display all of the measures using weekly information.

Please note that a weekly chart can not show any daily measures.

If you have any questions about any of these new features -- don't hesitate to drop us a line!

Thank you, Support.

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msg #47127
Ignore scvidar
9/22/2006 1:37:36 PM

So if I asked it to show me pattern is weekly inverted hammer it would?

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msg #47128
Ignore nikoschopen
9/22/2006 2:44:32 PM

I don't believe "inverted hammer" is offered as one of the native candlestick patterns here at SF. Refer to the following page for the available candlestick patterns:

You might also want to use the "interactive" candlestick screener, which will screen for stocks based on the shape of the candle you define:

Moreover, if there's a stock that displays a particular pattern of ure liking, you could use the StockFetcher's "stock pattern matching" screener to find stocks with matching charts:

"Short-term Pattern Matching" (3-8 days):

"Long-term Stock Pattern Matching" (30-180 days):

As a last resort, ure fellow SF trader can help you write the filter.

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