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Unexpected Short Selling Bars
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

When there is more short selling volume than long volume, traders expect a decrease in the price of the stock and when there is more long volume than short selling volume, traders expect an increase in the price of the stock. However, things could happen differently from what traders expect.

The...

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Trend Strength Index
by swalk10, uploaded several months ago

Frank Hassler introduced this measurement. It was discussed on Frank's Blog Engineering Returns http://engineering-returns.com/2010/06/28/aapl-ts/, and it was highlighted and researched by David Varadi of CSS Analytics in his blog http://cssanalytics.wordpress.com/2010/06/28/trend-strength-index-tsi/, and subsequent posts.

David uses the following summary of TSI: "The TSI is an intermediate-term absolute (versus relative ) measure...

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Mahesh Moving Average
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

Mahesh Moving Average, MMA, is a technical analysis indicator that unlike the other types of moving averages (Example: Simple moving average and Weighted moving average) uses the historical price and volume data in its calculation. Traditional moving averages calculate a bar's value using the close, volume and other time-series data...
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Large price and volume gain after consolidation
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A large stock price movement after a consolidation may signal a new bullish or bearish trend.

This screen search for stocks that made large price and volume gains after a short period of consolidation.

Large price gain is signaled when the price increases more than 5% and large volume gain is signaled...

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Advance minus decline stocks per industry
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

This item scans the market looking for stocks that are advancing while the majority of other stocks in the same industry are declining.

It calculates the number of advancing stocks and subtracts it to the number of declining stocks for each industry. It then takes stocks that belong to industries that...

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Rank Industries based on the average Relative Strength Index
by Caleb, uploaded several months ago

To calculate the average 14-bar relative strength index of each U.S. industry, I have used the composite function and grouped stocks by the value returned by the "industry()" function. This function returns the industry name of a stock. By passing it to the composite function, the average calculation will not...
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Stock Correlation with its Industry - Change over time
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The screen returns the correlation of each stock with its industry for the last 250 and 30 trading days.
It displays five columns:
- Symbol: The stock symbol name
- Close: The close price at the screen date
- Return: The one-bar return of the stock ...

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