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ptanzola
3 posts
msg #148952
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modified
8/19/2019 3:33:36 PM

Any having trouble using comparative relative strength today?
my filter 'show stocks where relative strength(^spx, 60) is above 1' is returning ZERO results? It was working fine yesterday. I'm new to stockfetcher. does this kind of bug happen a lot? did they change the syntax?

volvlov
32 posts
msg #148953
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8/19/2019 9:29:39 PM

I use an expression for Mansfield Relative Strength and all my picks were showing -10 earlier today. It seems ok now. I have been using SF for a couple of months now, and I have not seen such quirky issues before. Probably just an isolated incident.

ptanzola
3 posts
msg #148969
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8/21/2019 1:49:07 PM

actually SF support contacted me and explained that intraday relative strength with indexes does not work - only after closing will relative strength(^spx,###) work. FOr intraday movements best to use relative strength(SPY,###) if you want to compare to S&P

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