stock fetcher.com may work for what you want, I think they have pretty flexible screen coding. you could do it yourself for free if you know how to code VBA in Excel. You'd just have to set a routine to pull closing data into a .csv file, and then you could easily write a macro to loop through all of the stocks in a database to find cases where the 2week high occurred on the most recent day.
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quote:Originally posted by deconstruct: I know absolutely NOTHING about coding!
I wish I did though! I do have a few friends who code, what do you think would be a fair price to pay one of them to code it for me? It doesnt sound that difficult.
Again, thank you for your help!
Or, how hard do you think it would be to do some reading, and do it myself?
Here's the filter you need to type in for stock fetcher.....You can put in any volume or price range you want...this is just what I picked!!!
Show stocks where high reached a new 14 day high and Average Volume(90) is above 500000 and close is between 1 and 1000
Piece of cake....************ is my favorite stock screener! You can make watch lists and sort them by RSI, macd, stochastics or any technical indicator.
I have a few lists that I always look at sorting them by RSI or stochastics to see if any are over sold....but lately the entire market has been oversold for weeks....so it hasn't been helpfull....But it will be once the market normalizes.
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