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msg #31173
Ignore stourangeau
2/22/2004 2:50:39 PM

Is there a way to make sure a filter will only return the first X matching stocks, like the ones with the highest volume, or something else...

257 posts
msg #31174
Ignore xplorer
2/22/2004 6:38:17 PM

Nope ... no way to limit the output number.... but you always can use price or volume to do this for you (i.e. price is between 2 and 7 ... or volume is greater than 850000). ... or tighten up the parameters of your screen... Or add in another attribute. I like to get around 50 stocks to look at.... and then make my final selection from these. No screen will pick 100% winners... over-refinement can destroy an awesome screen... it is better to have too many to look at, and futher disect, then just a few.

26 posts
msg #31187
Ignore costner
2/24/2004 4:39:38 AM


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