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msg #55551
Ignore rfalkner
10/5/2007 3:19:45 PM

Does anyone know how I could in a column take 2 different moving averages and sort it by the result in greatest difference in the distance between the 2.

I probably am not saying this in the best way, so I may have to rephrase it.

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msg #55553
Ignore Sonny
10/5/2007 5:05:51 PM

Hi RF.

Try this...

Simply type after your search parameters...

add column ma(X) minus ma(X){diff}

Where X=whatever ma time frame you use.

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msg #55559
Ignore rfalkner
10/6/2007 9:35:40 AM

Okay but if you have a $60 vs $7 stock and both drop 2 using this method, it is the $7 stock I am interested because in relation to the price it has the greatest distance between the 2 moving averages.

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msg #55564
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/6/2007 3:33:26 PM

set{madiff, ma(50) - ma(200)}
set{mapc, madiff / ma(200)}

add column madiff
add column mapc

ma(50) above ma(200)
close above ma(50)

volume above 1000000

sort column 6 descending


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