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Announcements · New Feature: Custom Moving Averages
stegosaurus1
msg #31491
3/22/2004 2:02:40 PM

Tom,

Thanks for having the tenacity to stick with a problem until a solution (or workaround LOL!) was found.

Dan.


Announcements · New Feature: Custom Moving Averages
stegosaurus1
msg #31488
3/22/2004 11:00:34 AM

Hi Tom,

Do you get 270 returns on the query?

Yes, I get the same results for SUNW, but isn't -6286 ~BELOW~ -5626?

SUNW cl2cl=-0.09 mymfi=-3695.11 mymfi10=-6286.10 mymfi20=-5626.55


The following are two examples from the 1st page of results that should be mutually exclusive:

SIRI cl2cl=0.03 mymfi=977.28 mymfi10=972.04 mymfi20=1445.92 (mymfi10 ~BELOW~ mymfi20)
MFCO cl2cl=0.59 mymfi=2513.34 mymfi10=497.31 mymfi20=248.68 (mymfi10 ~ABOVE~ mymfi20)

Thanks for your help.

Dan.


Announcements · New Feature: Custom Moving Averages
stegosaurus1
msg #31486
3/22/2004 10:25:32 AM

Hi Tom,

I tried the following and it didn't appear to work:

Fetcher[
AND DATE OFFSET IS 0
AND MARKET IS NASDAQ AND MARKET IS NOT OTCBB
AND PRICE IS BETWEEN 2 AND 6 AND AVGVOL(10) IS ABOVE 100000

AND SET{cl2cl,CLOSE MINUS CLOSE 1 DAY AGO}
AND SET{temp1,cl2cl MULTIPLIED BY VOLUME}
AND SET{myMFI,temp1 DIVIDED BY 1000}

AND CMA(myMFI,10) is above CMA(myMFI,20)

AND ADD COLUMN cl2cl {cl2cl}
AND ADD COLUMN myMFI {myMFI}
AND ADD COLUMN CMA(myMFI,10) {myMFI10}
AND ADD COLUMN CMA(myMFI,20) {myMFI20}
]



In looking at the column values of myMFI, I just guessed that CMA didn't support user variables.

Thanks for the quick response and SF sample.

Dan.


Announcements · New Feature: Custom Moving Averages
stegosaurus1
msg #31484
3/22/2004 9:58:08 AM

Do you think this will ever be extended to being able to calculate CMAs on User-Defined variables?

Thanks. Dan.


General Discussion · SF code for selloff?
stegosaurus1
msg #28699
9/19/2003 6:36:29 PM

I'm trying to identify stocks that had a close down N% from the day's open (with above average volume), within an M period of days.

For example, find stocks 2<price<8 that had a high volume selloff within the last week (or several days, or yesterday, etc).

Thanks for any help you can offer.

Dan.


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