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Percentage of Stocks at 20-Day Highs

by Brian Brown, 3166 days ago
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The number of stocks hitting their 20-day high compared to the total number of stocks is what this market indicator returns.

This market breadth indicator can applied to all markets. Currently, the composite gets the number of stocks that are making new 20-day highs from all symbols available in your database (The list of symbols can be modified by updating the composite and changing the symbols conditions) using the "HHV" function and the "Average" composite calculation method. Penny stocks and those with a very low volume are ignored and are not included in this market indicator calculation.

Here are other market indicators that you may find interesting:
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Percentage of new highs to total market
Record High Percent - 10-day Simple Moving Average of the High-Low Index

To create the percentage of stocks at 20-day lows indicator, update the composite then type the following formula:
composite = close == llv(close, 20);
filter = close > 1 and (close * volume) > 10000;


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