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reminkus
Posted : Wednesday, December 06, 2006 9:12:05 PM
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Craig,

Thanks for a great presentation last weekend. It was a great jump start for me.

I'm trying to create a Back Scan with the following parameters

Buy
7 day front weighted moving average crossing up through 23 day front weighted moving average

Sell

The reserve of above i.e.

7 day front weighted moving average crossing down through 23 day front weighted moving average

I've been able to plot the crossing events on the chart (thanks to last weekend), but making a backscan of then as eluded me.

Thanks again

Bob
Craig_S
Posted : Wednesday, December 06, 2006 9:19:00 PM


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Here (attached) is a single BackScan criterion you can add, edit and use in both cases (with some QuickEditing)

Save it in the following folder:
\My Documents\My SnapSheets\Tool Parts\BackScan Conditions
Once there, you can add it in your BackScan via the ADD CONDITION button and choosing MY COMPUTER.


Attachments:
Moving Avg vs Moving Avg.scond - 5 KB, downloaded 213 time(s).



- Craig
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Craig_S
Posted : Thursday, December 07, 2006 6:03:05 AM


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How cool is this?

I asked StockGuy to add the condition to the Web Library of conditions.... its there now! You don't need to download my version. An even cleaner version is in your Web Library right now (in the vs Moving Average folder).

- Craig
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reminkus
Posted : Thursday, December 07, 2006 1:48:02 PM
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Thanks for the quick response.
Bob
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