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Hi Bruce if you can send me this as well i would greatly appreciate it
many thanks Bruce
I think i found it. Ive used the condition C10 = C10 as a column in the watchlist and then filtered accordingly.
Would anyone know the best way to scan for companies that have just recently been listed on the nasdaq?
I know there isnt a preconfigured solution to filter by recently listed but is there a workaround to scan for companies that have only begun trading within the last 5 days?
Can someone please help me with a PCF that finds the following for the most current 3 bars:
Red between green:
Green bar | Red Bar | Green Bar
& the Inverse:
Red bar | Green Bar | Red Bar
no other conditions except the above
just started practising with building simple formulas.
I created this formula:
AVGV20>= 500000 & MINV20> 400000
Is this correct? What i wanted to achieve was the following:
Average volume over last 20 days is greater or equal to 500000
Minimum volume over last 20 days is greater than 400000
Just making sure ive gotten it right
Nevermind. figured it out. the range should be from -100 to +100 on the range selector to cover the envelope channel. By the way, using the envelope channel as a solution was ingenious Bruce! saves a lot of work on similar conditions that i was working on.
Hey Bruce. So ive tried to use your idea for the 1-period envelope channels - ive created a new scan condition but how can i check for things being inside the bands? im guessing i have to use the Price History vs Envelope Channel tab and then select the "Channel Position Range"?
If yes then should i set both markers on the range to the Zero centerpoint to cover everything within the envelope channels?