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snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159024
Ignore snappyfrog
5/4/2022 10:19:15 PM

Is there any way to write code showing when
there is a cross of these 2 lines in the red box?





nibor100
938 posts
msg #159025
Ignore nibor100
5/5/2022 12:06:39 AM

What are those 2 lines did a filter produce them?
Thanks
Ed S

snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159026
Ignore snappyfrog
5/5/2022 7:10:22 AM

Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not etf
volume > 1000000
optionable
and compare to SPY
set{clo_5, count (close > ema(5), 1)}
set{e810, count (ema(8) > ema(10),1)}
set{e1021, count (ema(10) > ema(21),1)}
set{var1, clo_5 + e810}
set{buy, var1 + e1021}
draw buy > 1.99
and buy 1 day ago < 1.99
chart-length is 6 months
draw ASI 22 day low
]



snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159034
Ignore snappyfrog
5/7/2022 5:44:06 AM

Those lines in the red boxes are from the line "compare to SPY"
or "compare to "^SPX" depending on my scan.

nibor100
938 posts
msg #159035
Ignore nibor100
5/7/2022 7:18:46 AM

@snappyfrog,

What I seem to notice is that the crossovers you are interested in on WTI only happen on the SF "historical" chart displays and not the regular full size charts of WTI when running your filter; have you noticed the same?

Thanks,
Ed S.

snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159071
Ignore snappyfrog
5/16/2022 4:00:50 PM

Yes I have. Sorry for the slow response, just back from a cruise.

snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159089
Ignore snappyfrog
modified
5/18/2022 10:46:23 AM

I found this filter in the forums, but results are different.

Fetcher[
apply to symlist(WTI)

set{rs, ROC(20,1)}
set{difference, rs - ind(SPY, rs)}
set{null, 0}

rs above 0

ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
add column rs {20 day performance}
add column separator
add column difference {relative strength}
SORT ON COLUMN 6 DESCENDING
chart-length is 6 months
draw rs line at 0
]



snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159185
Ignore snappyfrog
6/9/2022 7:28:27 AM

I see the 2 lines in the compare to SPY or ^SPX have numerical
values (%S and vs SPY).

Does anyone know how to gleam the numerical values for these 2 lines?

I am not having any luck in searching the forums.

nibor100
938 posts
msg #159195
Ignore nibor100
6/10/2022 5:39:25 PM

@snappyfrog,
I thought you had given up on this quest so I stopped looking into it so I’ll investigate a little further.

If you have the StockFetcher app you can see the values for those lines, 1 day at a time by slowly dragging the chart to the right.

Ed S

snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #159196
Ignore snappyfrog
6/10/2022 9:06:26 PM

Thanks nibor, I don't have the app, just use it on my laptop.

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