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Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA) Scans Established Trend

Hello, All,

In continuing with my experiments in scanning the GMMA, I've created a new scan, this one for established GMMA uptrends. Here is the scan:

[type = stock] AND [Daily SMA(20,Daily Volume) > 40000]
and [SCTR >75]

and [today's ema(3,close) > today's ema(5,close)] and [today's ema(5,close) > today's ema(8,close)] and [today's ema(8,close) > today's ema(10,close)] and [today's ema(10,close) > today's ema(12,close)] and [today's ema(12,close) > today's ema(15,close)] and [today's ema(15,close) > today's ema(30,close)] and [today's ema(30,close) > today's ema(35,close)] and [today's ema(35,close) > today's ema(40,close)] and [today's ema(40,close) > today's ema(45,close)] and [today's ema(45,close) > today's ema(50,close)] and [today's ema(50,close) > today's ema(60,close)]
and [country is US]

and [Close > 10.00]
and [Close < 50.00]

My criteria for this scan is that all the EMAs in both ribbons be in order. I ran the scan, and it produced a ton of results, about 345, but this could be a good start for scanning looking to buy mid-trend ("buy high, sell higher).

I have one more idea that I'd like to try out, and I'll post if it works.

As always, I'd love to receive feedback on the screen, and any ideas you may have to make it better.


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