Above Low

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Set the max above low filter to a small number to find stocks which are current trading close to the low of the day.  Use the min below high filter to find stocks which are not currently trading close to the low of the day.  For example, set the max above low filter to 0.08 to find stocks which are trading no more than 8 cents above the low of the day.

Use negative numbers to find stocks trading below the low of the day.  This is possible, especially after market hours.  The low of the day only includes official prints, and ignores most pre and post market activity.  For example, set the max to -0.10 to find stocks which are trading at least 10 cents below the official low of the day.

These filters are not available before the market opens.

These filters are similar to the position in range filters.  Both show how close the current price is to the low of the day.  The difference is that these filters are measured in dollars while the position in range filters are measured in percent.

Filter Info for Above Low [AboveLow]