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msg #24003
8/28/2002 8:38:15 AM


channel

UsagePrice trading in a #number day channel
Price trading in an increasing #number day channel
Price trading in a decreasing #number day channel

Price near the bottom of #number day channel
Price near the bottom of an increasing #number day channel
Price near the bottom of a decreasing #number day channel

Price near the top of #number day channel
Price near the top of an increasing #number day channel
Price near the top of a decreasing #number day channel
DescriptionA very specific phrase, the channel phrase allows a user to search for stocks that are trading within some computed boundaries. Outside of just identifying stocks which are trading within a channel, this phrase can allow a user to look for stocks specifically trading near the top or bottom of the channel. Finally, the channel does not have to be flat, but could actually have a positive or negative slope by using the increaing or decreasing keywords.
ExamplesPrice trading in a 45 day channel
Price trading near the bottom of a 60 day channel
Price trading near the bottom of a decreasing 90 day channel


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