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streatram
1 posts
msg #160543
Ignore streatram
9/8/2023 1:20:25 PM

Can anyone help interpret the following for me?

set{v1, high volume 52 week high}
show stocks where v1 was below 1000 1 day ago

What does v1 actually represent? Is there a more intuitive way of phrasing this?

xarlor
548 posts
msg #160545
Ignore xarlor
9/8/2023 5:33:19 PM

That filter looks for stocks whose volume never went above 1,000 any day in the last year. So really, really illiquid tickers.

sr7
92 posts
msg #160548
Ignore sr7
9/11/2023 6:14:36 PM

v1 i's the variable that holds the other words to the right of it; and then it's used in the second line of code.

By the way, when I first came to Stockfetcher, and I saw the code that people were writing with, I thought it was C++ or maybeC#, but it's not..

sr7
92 posts
msg #160549
Ignore sr7
9/11/2023 6:25:14 PM


So v1 = high volume 52 week high

And the second line uses v1, but it could have been written like this:

         show stocks where high volume 52 week high was below 1000 1 day ago




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