Crossed Daily Highs Resistance
Table of Contents
- Understanding the Crossed Daily Highs Resistance Alert
- Default Settings
- Custom Settings
- Description Column
- Quality Column
Understanding the Crossed Daily Highs Resistance Alert
The crossed daily highs resistance alert reports whenever a stock crosses above any previous day's high for the first time since the end of that previous day. This compares the current price to the daily highs for the past year.
These alerts are a variation on the idea of a 5 day high or a 52 week low. These alerts tell you when a stock is moving from 5 day highs to 6 day highs. Or from 6 day highs to 7 day highs etc.
The messages and the filters for this alert are the same as for the new high price alerts. In fact, this alert is a subset of the standard daily high alerts. This alert only reports when the number of days in the new high changes.
By default, the crossed daily highs resistance alert reports whenever a stock crosses above any previous day's high for the first time since the end of that previous day.
For 'Crossed Daily Highs Resistance' alerts, you have the option to use an alert specific filter. This filter is located immediately to the right of the corresponding alert and is always optional. You can decide to leave it blank if you want to receive more alerts, or you can fill it in to restrict the number of alerts you receive.
This filter allows you to specify the quality of the alert. When you set a higher number for this filter, you are telling the alerts server to display only alerts that meet a higher quality standard, resulting in fewer alerts being shown.
When setting an alert for 'Crossed Daily Highs Resistance,' you can specify a minimum number of days. Here's what different values mean:
- 0: Any new crossed daily high triggers an alert.
- 1: A crossed daily high must be higher than yesterday's crossed daily high to trigger an alert.
- 7: Only new crossed daily highs for the week will be shown.
- 365: Only 52-week crossed daily highs will be shown.
You can use any number between 0 and 366. The default value is 0.
The description column of your scan will give more detail on the alert.
Add the quality column to a scan using the 'Crossed Daily Highs Resistance' alert to see the number of days of resistance being broken.
Alert Info for Crossed Daily Highs Resistance [CDHR]
- description = Crossed daily highs resistance
- direction = +
- keywords = Highs and Lows Single Print
- flip_code = Crossed daily lows support [CDLS]
- parent_code =