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mschj7
3 posts
msg #148771
Ignore mschj7
8/3/2019 5:08:26 PM

When, the RSI(2) crosses above 70 or below 30, I'm trying to learn what the significance is to the shaded areas above 70 level and below 30 level. Some areas that cross those levels are shaded and some are not.
What is the difference between to two?

nibor100
361 posts
msg #148772
Ignore nibor100
8/3/2019 7:32:54 PM

which filter showing rsi(2) are you referring to?
Thanks,
Ed S.

mschj7
3 posts
msg #148796
Ignore mschj7
8/5/2019 6:05:00 PM

I'm just doing a simple scan with the following statement:
show stocks where rsi(2) below 30
and rsi(2) 1 day ago above 30

Is this what you're referring to?

xarlor
58 posts
msg #148797
Ignore xarlor
8/5/2019 6:58:43 PM

It's just the width is too narrow for a fill-in when using the default size charts. If you click the chart to view it in its own window, you will see those sections that were previously not shaded in are now shaded in.

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