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15minofPham
168 posts
msg #160300
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4/20/2023 2:19:03 PM

Thank you so much again Ed!

TheRumpledOne
6,410 posts
msg #160340
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5/29/2023 8:50:54 PM

Some of that code looks familiar. Good job!

15minofPham
168 posts
msg #160728
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12/16/2023 3:57:20 AM

Hi Ed,
I'll need your help again. Could you please see why the filter is returning 0 on these two columns?

add column var222 {12 wk mov avg up low % below open} draw var222
add column var333 {12 wk mov avg down low % abv open}draw var333

Thanks again!

15minofPham
168 posts
msg #160883
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2/18/2024 12:54:50 AM

It looks like Ed has given up the ghost on SF. Can anyone else help me on why I'm getting 0 results in a few columns?

Fetcher[
optionable
price above 10
average volume(30) above 1000000

set{wclop, weekly close - weekly close 1 week ago}
set{Long_Profit, wclop/ weekly close 1 week ago}
set{wkprofitpct, 100 * Long_Profit}

set{diff, weekly close - weekly low}
set{range, weekly high - weekly low}
set{pos, diff/range}
set{wkpos, pos *100}

set{var2, count(wclop < 0, 1)}
set{var3, count(wclop greater than 0, 1)}

set{var22, count(var2 < 0, 52)}
set{var33, count(var3 < 0, 52)}

set{a1, weekly low-weekly open}
set{m1, a1/weekly open}
set{lowbelowopen%, m1 *100}

set{c1up, lowbelowopen% * var2}
set{c1dn, lowbelowopen% * var3}

set{smc1up, sum(c1up,52)}
set{smc1dn, sum(c1dn,52)}

set{var222, smc1up/var22}
set{var333, smc1dn/var33}

set{d1, var222-var333}
set{n1, d1/var333}
set{wklylowdiff, n1 *100}

set{e1, lowbelowopen%-var222}
set{o1, e1/var222}
set{abv52wkavg, o1 *100}

add column wkprofitpct
add column weekly rsi(14)
add column wkpos
add column weekly average day range(12)
add column weekly RSquared(close, 12)
add column separator

add column abv52wkavg
add column lowbelowopen%
add column weekly open{wk_open}
add column weekly low{wk_low}
add column separator

add column wklylowdiff
add column var222 {52 wk mov avg up low % below open} draw var222
add column var333 {52 wk mov avg down low % below open}draw var333
add column separator

add column count(lowbelowopen% below -3%, 52){wkly3%/52}
add column count(lowbelowopen% below -5%, 52){wkly5%/52}
add column count(lowbelowopen% below -10%, 52){wkly10%/52}
add column separator

add column var22{up/52}
add column var33{down/52}
add column separator

average day range(63) above 1
sort column 16 descending
chart-display is weekly
]



nibor100
1,019 posts
msg #160884
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2/19/2024 8:53:28 AM

I’m not gone, just missed your post, I’ll look into it today.
Ed S


15minofPham
168 posts
msg #160885
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2/19/2024 1:11:52 PM

Awesome! Thanks Ed!

nibor100
1,019 posts
msg #160888
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2/20/2024 11:47:03 AM

Below are my changes to make the up weeks and down weeks segments work properly and show up in columns.

However these changes reverse some numbers in 4 other columns, and I'm not sure what those columns are really supposed to indicate to you since its been so long since I first worked on this filter.

Let me know if anything is still wrong,
Ed S.

Fetcher[
symlist(svxy)
optionable
price above 10
average volume(30) above 1000000

set{wclop, weekly close - weekly close 1 week ago}
set{Long_Profit, wclop/ weekly close 1 week ago}
set{wkprofitpct, 100 * Long_Profit}

set{diff, weekly close - weekly low}
set{range, weekly high - weekly low}
set{pos, diff/range}
set{wkpos, pos *100}

set{var2, count(weekly wclop > 0, 1)} add column var2{up wk} draw var2
set{var3, count(weekly wclop less than or equal to 0, 1)} add column var3 {down wk}

/*set{var2, count(wclop < 0, 1)}
set{var3, count(wclop greater than 0, 1)}*/

set{var22, count(var2 > 0, 52)}
set{var33, count(var3 > 0, 52)}

set{a1, weekly low-weekly open}
set{m1, a1/weekly open}
set{lowbelowopen%, m1 *100}

set{c1up, lowbelowopen% * var2}
set{c1dn, lowbelowopen% * var3}

set{smc1up, sum(c1up,52)}
set{smc1dn, sum(c1dn,52)}

set{var222, smc1up/var22}
set{var333, smc1dn/var33}

set{d1, var222-var333}
set{n1, d1/var333}
set{wklylowdiff, n1 *100}

set{e1, lowbelowopen%-var222}
set{o1, e1/var222}
set{abv52wkavg, o1 *100}

add column wkprofitpct
add column weekly rsi(14)
add column wkpos
add column weekly average day range(12)
add column weekly RSquared(close, 12)
add column separator

add column abv52wkavg
add column lowbelowopen%
add column weekly open{wk_open}
add column weekly low{wk_low}
add column separator

add column wklylowdiff
add column var222 {52 wk mov avg up low % below open} draw var222
add column var333 {52 wk mov avg down low % below open}draw var333
add column separator

add column count(lowbelowopen% below -3%, 52){wkly3%/52}
add column count(lowbelowopen% below -5%, 52){wkly5%/52}
add column count(lowbelowopen% below -10%, 52){wkly10%/52}
add column separator

add column var22{up/52}
add column var33{down/52}
add column separator

average day range(63) above 1
sort column 16 descending
chart-display is weekly
]



15minofPham
168 posts
msg #160894
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2/21/2024 9:52:53 AM

It seems to be working. I'll play around with it and let you know. Thank you so much for your help again Ed!

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