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General Discussion · Chart Help
nibor100
msg #158395
1/14/2022 10:15:45 AM

Yes in top right corner choose 3mth, 6mth etc.
Then click on chart and drag to left to see data further back in time up to 3 years back.

or you can always hit CTRL + on your keyboard multiple times to zoom into any browser window.

or use windows magnifier application....
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Trend Trader Strategy
nibor100
msg #158392
1/13/2022 11:50:00 AM

@txraddoc,

I think the filter below gets you close to what you want.
Ed S.

Fetcher[
close > 10

set{highclose, close 21 day high 1 day ago} add column highclose
set{lowclose, close 21 day low 1 day ago} add column lowclose
set{ttsavg, 3 * cwma(atr(1),21) } add column ttsavg
set{prehilimit, highclose - ttsavg}
set{prelolimit, lowclose + ttsavg}
set{hiclose, count(close > prehilimit,1)}
set{loclose, count(hiclose < 1,1)}
set{trendlinea, prehilimit * hiclose}
set{trendlineb, prelolimit * loclose}
set{trendline, trendlinea + trendlineb} add column trendline draw trendline on plot close
]



General Discussion · Question on StockFetcher Advanced
nibor100
msg #158389
1/12/2022 10:29:37 PM

I have advanced subscription, ran it twice on my windows10 desktop in Firefox browser window, 17 seconds and 18 seconds for all 30 to show up in table mode

took 31 seconds for all mini charts to show up when running it one more time, in chart mode.

Assuming you look at charts one at a time, you could run in table mode on basic subscription and open up first chart as webpage and click thru the rest of the charts one by one in probably a similar reasonable time that you look at the charts now, if you want to save a few bucks.

Ed S.

Filter Exchange · New 6 month low gap filter
nibor100
msg #158285
12/30/2021 12:43:28 PM

Last try, replace the one after the > sign in the set statement for "var" for gaps greater than 1%..
Ed S.

Fetcher[
chart-time is 5 weeks
market not otcbb
/* choosing a random 10 day ago new low */
set{var5, count(close reached a new low 130 day low,10)} add column var5
close > 1 and /*close reached a new low 130 day low 1 days ago*/
var5 equals 1 draw low new 130 day Low
add column low 130 day low 10 days ago
add column low 130 day low 9 days ago
add column low 130 day low 8 days ago
add column low 130 day low 7 days ago
add column low 130 day low 6 days ago
add column low 130 day low 5 days ago
add column low 130 day low 4 days ago
add column low 130 day low 3 days ago
add column low 130 day low 2 days ago
add column low 130 day low 1 days ago




/* this only finds stocks and volume based on your criteria today */

/*Close-to-open gap is above 1*/
volume rate of change > 25%*/
Volume > 2000000
set{var, count(Close-to-open gap > 1,1) } add column var
set{var1, count(volume rate of change > 25%,1)} add column var1
set{var2, var*var1} add column var2
/*var2 > 0*/
add column count(var2 > 0,10) is equal to 1
draw var2
]



Filter Exchange · New 6 month low gap filter
nibor100
msg #158280
12/29/2021 9:09:45 PM

It doesn't pick up T on Dec 16 because the gap up is way less than 5% which was one of your criteria and in order to cover the 10 day period from the 6 month low as you had described it; I had to set the day of the 6 month low to be 10 days prior. (in the case of T on the 16th the new 6 month low is one day prior)

I can change it to smaller gaps if you'd like...etc.

Thanks,
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · New 6 month low gap filter
nibor100
msg #158273
modified
12/29/2021 10:37:10 AM

Here is a another approach. Modification "its still not quite right"
Ed S.

Fetcher[
market not otcbb

close > 1 and close reached a new 130 day low 10 days ago

/*Close-to-open gap is above 5
volume rate of change > 25%*/
Volume > 100000
set{var, count(Close-to-open gap > 5,1) } add column var
set{var1, count(volume rate of change > 25%,1)} add column var1

set{var2, var*var1} add column var2

/*var2 > 0*/ /*would be used to get only today's stocks*/

add column count(var2 > 0,10) is equal to 1 /*finds stocks from last 10 days*/
draw var2
]



General Discussion · Help me please
nibor100
msg #158270
12/28/2021 8:32:05 PM

When using +DI and -DI in SF inside set statements you must substitute PDI and MDI for Plus DI and Minus DI.
Ed S

Filter Exchange · CCI(14) Filter Need help
nibor100
msg #158263
12/28/2021 10:37:47 AM

@thambav44,

This is close to what you want and it definitely finds AAPL on Dec 21.

Ed S.

Fetcher[
cci(14) 1 day ago < 0
cci(14) > 0
cci(14) 7 days ago greater than 100 /*within last week*/
draw cci(14) line at 0
]



General Discussion · Count Days below a Fixed Price
nibor100
msg #158252
12/27/2021 10:25:17 PM

here are some example codes of options you can play around with:

Fetcher[
apply to symlist(MSFT)

set{MinLow, Low 60 Day high} add column minlow
draw price line at MinLow

chart-time is 1 year

add column count(close > minlow,70)

set{var, count(close > minlow,70)} draw var
add column days(close 15 days ago > minlow,70)
set{var1, days(close 15 days ago > minlow,70)} draw var1
]



the code below uses the rarely used VarOffset function to retrieve specific past values using a variable, perhaps with mods it can work for you.

Ed S.

Fetcher[
apply to symlist(MSFT)
SET{d2swlo,COUNT(LOW 2 DAY AGO ABOVE LOW 1 DAY AGO,1)}
SET{d1swlo,COUNT(LOW 1 day ago ABOVE LOW ,1)}
SET{swlo,d1swlo * d2swlo} add column swlo draw swlo
set{swlod, days(swlo equals 1,20)} add column swlod {days since swing low} draw swlod

set{hi1st, VarOffset(high,swlod)} add column hi1st
set{hi2, VarOffset(high 1 day ago,swlod)} add column hi2
set{CountBackLine, VarOffset(high 2 day ago,swlod)} add column CountBackLine
draw price line at CountBackLine
]



General Discussion · Count Days below a Fixed Price
nibor100
msg #158247
12/27/2021 4:50:57 PM

Jason,

I'm following you better now, but depending on your specific uses of past closes in comparison to a set numeric value from today SF has limitations since it processes data in order from the past to the present.

So, assuming the count function returns 25 closes > than your numeric value from today.

what then do you need to know or do with those 25 different closes?

thanks,
Ed S.

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