New Members: Be sure to confirm your email address by clicking on the link that was sent to your email inbox. You will not be able to post messages until you click that link.

How do you identify stocks that simultaneously appear on more than one indicator list?

Due to the way in which the various Bullish Technical Indicators are calculated, is it at all possible that, at any given time, a stock could appear simultaneously on two or more of the following indicator lists:
Bullish 50/200-day MA Crossovers
Bullish MACD Crossovers
Stocks in a New Uptrend (Aroon)
Stocks in a New Uptrend (ADX).
How do you quickly isolate and identify those stocks on any given day?
If so, can you tell me which two indicators would be most likely to produce results with the same stocks appearing in both lists at the same time?

Answers

  • markdmarkd ✭✭✭
    edited April 15
    Save the result of each scan to a different list. Then open one list in edit view and copy it into the other list. Open the second list and sort on the symbol column. If there are duplicates, they should appear together.

    It seems unlikely you would get too many duplicates, except maybe when the market makes an extreme move. Although they are looking for similar things, the formulas are all different. They may trigger near one another, but probably not simultaneously very often.



Sign In or Register to comment.