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felik
2010-10-31 07:41:39


how to screen for this ;1) 20 dema = 50 ema or 20 ema < 2% 50ema
2) close is< /> UPTO 2 % OF 50 ema
3)stocks trading near 50 ema for n days



ps; 20ema means 20 days ema and 50ema means 50 days ema



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2010-11-01 06:52:06

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1- absolute(dema(20) - ema(50)) < (close / 50) AND ema(20) < 0.98*ema(50)

2- close > 1.02*ema(50)

3- istrue(absolute(close - ema(50)) < (close / 50), 10) -> For the last 10 days



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