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xOddsSharkx
2 posts
msg #158970
Ignore xOddsSharkx
4/11/2022 11:21:48 PM

Hi There,

Quick question! Is it possible to scan for the slope of a moving average? In other words, I want to scan for stocks on the daily or weekly timeframe with moving averages increasing (moving upward) rather than decreasing or being flat. Thanks!

snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #158971
Ignore snappyfrog
4/12/2022 12:52:26 AM

Fetcher[
price > 5
volume > 1000000
slope of EMA(10) > 0
]





snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #158972
Ignore snappyfrog
4/12/2022 12:53:37 AM

Fetcher[
price > 5
volume > 1000000
5 day slope of EMA(30) > 0
]




snappyfrog
534 posts
msg #158973
Ignore snappyfrog
modified
4/12/2022 7:32:12 AM

Weekly chart

Fetcher[
price > 5
volume > 1000000
slope of weekly EMA(10) > 0
chart-display is weekly
]




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