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 stockfetcher980 postsmsg #26208 4/11/2003 3:51:59 PMThe comparative relative strength computes the ratio of the change in price between two stocks. Often this measure is used to compare an input stock with the change in price of an index. On StockFetcher, you can use the comparative relative strength to find stocks that are outperforming or underperforming an index or any other given stock. Below is an example demonstrating this measure: Fetcher[show stocks where the relative strength(^IXIC,45) is above 1.25] The example above will look for stocks whose price has outperformed the Nasdaq by 25% over the last 45 days. Two parameters are required for this measure. The first is the stock or index symbol that you will compare against. The second parameter is the timeframe for the comparison. Below is another example showing stocks that just started to outperform IBM. Fetcher[show stocks where the relative strength(IBM,60) crossed above 1.0] Please let us know if you have any questions or comments about this new measure, or if you encounter any problems when using this measure. Thank you, StockFetcher Support 432014501 postsmsg #26251- Ignore 43201450 4/16/2003 12:15:17 PMIs it possible to use a moving average of the compartive relative strength? i.e., Can I do something like the 20-day MA of the comparitive relative strength(of a stock vs a index) crossed above the 50-day MA of the comparitive relative strength? defghca150 postsmsg #26257- Ignore defghca 4/17/2003 12:40:39 PMthis was too good to be true.. i recognized the yahoo symbol for the index and wondered if we would compare to other well known indexes sp500 ^gspc yes nyse comp ^nya yes dji30 ^dji yes see http://finance.yahoo.com/m1?u for others and i foolishly thought tse ^gsptse cdnx ^spcdnx but to no avail !!! defghca150 postsmsg #26630- Ignore defghca 5/27/2003 4:07:40 PMi am not sure of the meaning of : Fetcher[show stocks where the relative strength(^IXIC,45) is above 1.25] The example above will look for stocks whose price has outperformed the Nasdaq by 25% over the last 45 days. please clarify because i read that the stock has outperformed the nasdaq for 45 consecutive days but the filter results don t indicate that thanks sbeckers23 postsmsg #33612- Ignore sbeckers 10/19/2004 9:18:51 PMI wonder if there is a way to create a moving average of the comparative relative strength to an index as was mentioned before. Does anyone know how to do this? yepher359 postsmsg #33658- Ignore yepher 10/23/2004 11:59:14 PMYou might try something like this: Fetcher[ show stocks where the relative strength(^IXIC,45) is above 1.25 AND draw cma(relative strength(^IXIC,45), 10) ] sbeckers23 postsmsg #33678- Ignore sbeckers 10/25/2004 10:01:44 PMThanks, that works well rsdivekar8 postsmsg #33683- Ignore rsdivekar 10/26/2004 9:25:26 AMThis is outstanding! Thanks SF. Longhaily61 postsmsg #58482- Ignore Longhaily 12/24/2007 5:16:29 PM12/24/07 Hi StockFetcher Support: How did You write your filter name : OUTPERFORMING THE NASDAQ ? OUTPERFORMING THE DJIA ? Are You using " Comparative Relative Strenght ( Symbol, 45 ) " ? Thanks Phillips Lee TheRumpledOne6,410 postsmsg #61905- Ignore TheRumpledOnemodified 4/28/2008 8:09:53 PM Fetcher[ set{diff,close / ind(^IXIC,close)} set{RS_HI, relative strength(^IXIC,100) 100 day high } set{RS_LO, relative strength(^IXIC,100) 100 day low } diff reached a new 1 year low and compare with ^IXIC market is nasdaq volume above 300000 RS_HI above 1 RS_LO below 1 add column diff add column RS_HI add column RS_LO add column ind(^IXIC,close) add column relative strength(^IXIC,100) draw relative strength(^IXIC,100) sort column 5 descending ] Can I access the values of the chart displayed for the compartive relative strength? The yellow line is the stock and the red line is the index. Those are the 2 values I want to access. Thanks.
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