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rustyknight
7 posts
msg #139404
Ignore rustyknight
modified
11/20/2017 2:00:18 AM

Greetings,

How can I get the previous trading days close? In other words so I can filter like so: "previous close > 5" for a stock.

How can I filter on market? In other words so I can filter like so: "market = DIA" and get a list of stocks for only the DIA market.

Please advise.

Thanks

dwiggains
404 posts
msg #139412
Ignore dwiggains
11/20/2017 10:24:37 AM

??????

Fetcher[
close 1 day ago > 5
]



dwiggains
404 posts
msg #139413
Ignore dwiggains
modified
11/20/2017 10:29:04 AM

Fetcher[
market is NYSE
]



Fetcher[
market is s&p 500
]



Fetcher[
market is not ETF
]




examples
see ya
david

rustyknight
7 posts
msg #139416
Ignore rustyknight
11/20/2017 9:58:52 PM

Thank you, that got me further.

I still have an issue. I don't believe the following line is working as intended. I am trying to divide the result of the art(14) function by that of the prior days close and include if result is greater than 5 It is not working thought because I am returning stocks with less than 5 for atr. Please advise. Thanks...

And (atr(14) / close 1 day ago) > 5

Kevin_in_GA
4,599 posts
msg #139417
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
11/20/2017 10:14:55 PM

Not sure if the daily range can actually be 5 times larger than the price. Think about it ...

dwiggains
404 posts
msg #139435
Ignore dwiggains
11/21/2017 5:01:27 PM

These are the wildest stocks for movement today.

Fetcher[
set{wild, atr(14) / close}
add column wild
sort column 5 descending
close > 2
average volume (20) > 456000
]



rustyknight
7 posts
msg #139437
Ignore rustyknight
modified
11/21/2017 7:23:09 PM

Great, getting closer, thanks.

Next question,

how can I filter on just one ticker/symbol or market index like the market symbol/Index for NYSE?

For example: select stock where symbol = ^GSPC

Thanks in advance for everyone's help.

Kevin_in_GA
4,599 posts
msg #139440
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
11/21/2017 8:49:32 PM

SF will not return indices as the result of any filter. However, you can use them as part of a filter, and graph them if you want. Just use syntax like this (change to whatever index you want) - this will create a variable that can be used/plotted that is the closing price data for the index:

set{VIX, ind(^VIX, close)}

or

set{SP_RSI, ind(^SPX, rsi(2))}

in the second example, you can plot or use the RSI(2) value (or any other value) for the index.

rustyknight
7 posts
msg #139462
Ignore rustyknight
11/22/2017 4:06:33 PM

"Select stocks where market is NYSE" works fine for NYSE but I cannot seem to make it work for the S&P 500, the NASDAQ, the Dow or any others for that matter.

Please advise, thanks in advance.

rustyknight
7 posts
msg #139470
Ignore rustyknight
11/23/2017 12:19:21 PM

Greetings all,

Firstly, happy Thanksgiving to all!

Admittedly I am new at trading. What is the difference between a "market" and an "exchange"?

Please advise.

Thanks...

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