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I would like to see stocks or indexes for a perticular move
like 2% drop or 4% drop in a day.
how many times it has done this in a year or in years.
Thursday at 5am it uses Wednesday's O and C
Thursday at 1pm and 5pm it uses Thursday's O and C
Friday at 5am uses Thursday's O and C
Friday at 1pm uses Friday's O and C
Perfect, This is what i wanted to confirm.
I am aware that we can not scan based on pre and post market data.
what i am really trying to understand is when i run the scan lets say
Thursday 5AM , 1PM , 5 PM
and Friday 5AM, 1PM
and the PCF timeframe is daily.
which O and C does the formula refere to. (interms of day/date)
I am trying to understand the difference.
c-o >= .90
what does it mean if i scan this @ following time durations
regular market hours
Could you have re-typed it with a space in ABS ( instead of writing ABS(?
it looks good now. Thanks
What would be a formula for sorting based on performance
stocks that have done the best in last 3 years , 5 years , etc.
in terms of percentage and in terms of dollar value
When i use the following formula, i see a unique issue
The editior shows Formula Error .. View Details shows
Error in Formula - Expected ( At Position 33.
- if i run my scan , it does work , so i am confused as to why it shows the error.
How would i write a one line formula for multiline formula without using the build in ones
for- Price percent change today and Price history Net between
Price percent change today betweeen (min -0.40 and max 0.40)
Price history Net change between (min -0.20 and max 0.20)
How can i search for gap ups/down in longer time frame..ofcourse with a fixed percent of $dollar size.
1) gap up/down 15% in last 6 months
2) gap up $10 in last in last 3 months.
is there a premade GOLD/precious metal stocks list in TC2000?