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msg #47206
Ignore VousDeux
9/27/2006 10:06:17 PM


OK, I've been playing around with SF for a couple of weeks now. I've read the manual, and I've found some pretty powerful things here that have great potential.

However, what I was most hoping to find is tools that would allow me to quickly and easily identify where the relative strength is in a weak sector. Maybe I'm missing something here, but I'm not having much luck.

The closest thing I've been able to come up with is something that uses the double-bottom() and slow stochastics() functions at the core. But I can't quite figure how I could also have it look for these characteristics in whatever sector happens to be the weakest at the time.

It would be really handy to be able to identify when a sector has been pulling back for a few days, but maybe a few securities within that weak sector are demonstrating some bullish characteristics.

I know I could specify a sector in my filter, but it would be awesome if it could just look for the weak sector on it's own.

Just my two-cents...

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