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tdbroker
 Posted : Sunday, March 16, 2008 5:10:15 PM
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good morning guys
how can i write

MINC5
MINC250
MINC500

have been no more than 6% from each other. for example if
C5 close @ 10 then C250 couldn't have close more than 10.65 and C500 no more that 6% from C5

as always your input is appreciated .

also how can i write C5 was the lowest closing price of the last 6 months
thanks
Andrew
Bruce_L
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 9:09:52 AM

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QUOTE (tdbroker)
how can i write

MINC5
MINC250
MINC500

have been no more than 6% from each other.

Minimum Close over 5-Periods within 6% of Minimum Close over 500-Periods:

MINC5 / MIN500 <= 1.06

QUOTE (tdbroker)
for example if C5 close @ 10 then C250 couldn't have close more than 10.65 and C500 no more that 6% from C5

I'm not sure if you are looking for Closing Prices or Minimum Closing Prices over a period of time. If you want to compare the Closing Prices from 5-Periods Ago, 250-Periods Ago and 500-Periods Ago, you might wish to try the following instead:

C5, C250 and C500 within 6% of each other:

C250 / C5 <= 1.06 AND C500 / C5 <= 1.06 AND C5 / C250 <= 1.06 AND C500 / C250 <= 1.06 AND C5 / C500 <= 1.06 AND C250 / C500 <= 1.06

QUOTE (tdbroker)
also how can i write C5 was the lowest closing price of the last 6 months

Please try one of the following:

Closing Price from 5-Periods Ago is at Lowest Closing Price of the last 6-Months:

C5 = MINC126

Minimum Closing Price over the last 5-Periods is Lowest at Lowest Closing Price of the last 6-Months:

MINC5 = MINC126

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tdbroker
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 11:10:14 AM
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Hi Bruce
what i am trying to use is the lowest closing price, in other words i am trying to say that the lowest closing price between C5, C250 and C500 hasn't been more that 6% from each other. is like saying that when stocks are at or close to those closing prices they tend to bounce back
thanks
Andrew
Bruce_L
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 11:39:58 AM

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Minimum 245-Period Close ending 5-Periods Ago and Minimum 250-Period Close ending 250-Periods Ago within 6% of each other:

MINC245.5 / MINC250.250 <= 1.06 AND MINC250.250 / MINC245.5 <= 1.06

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tdbroker
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 1:29:39 PM
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Are you saying that the last 250 closing days that ended 5 days ago in relation to the previous 250 days don’t have a closing price difference of more than 6% ?
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Bruce_L
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 1:37:35 PM

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No. There are 245 days from C250 to C5, not 250 days. If you want to look at the 250 Trading Days ending 5-Periods Ago and the 250-Trading Days immediately prior to that 250-Trading Day Period instead, please try the following:

Minimum 250-Period Close ending 5-Periods Ago and Minimum 250-Period Close ending 255-Periods Ago within 6% of each other:

MINC250.5 / MINC250.255 <= 1.06 AND MINC250.255 / MINC250.5 <= 1.06

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tdbroker
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 2:36:14 PM
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thanks
Bruce_L
 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2008 2:43:49 PM

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You're welcome.

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