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These filter stocks based on the number of days in a row the stock has closed up for the day. This analysis is based completely on the closing price of the stock on a daily chart. This always starts with the close of the previous trading day, and works backwards from there. Negative numbers represent down days.
- A stock closed yesterday afternoon at $10.00. It closed at 9.90 the day before. It closed at 9.80 the day before that. The preceding day it closed at 9.95. This stock has 2 up days.
- A different stock closed yesterday afternoon at $20.00. It closed at 20.10 the day before. It closed at 20.00 the previous day. This stock has 1 down day, or -1 up days.
- A third stock closed yesterday and the day before at $30.00 This stock has 0 up days.
- Set Min Up Days to 3 to see only stocks which traded up for the previous three days, possibly more. This will only show stocks with a strong up trend.
- Set Max Up Days to -4 to see only stocks which traded down for the previous four days, possibly more. This will only show stocks with a strong down trend.
- Set Min Up Days and Max Up Days both to 2 to see only stocks which have traded up for exactly 2 days. This is useful for many trading strategies.
Relevant scans: 6 or More Up Days, 5 Consecutive Up Days, 4 Consecutive Up Days, 3 Consecutive Up Days, 2 Consecutive Up Days, 1 Consecutive Up Day, 1 Consecutive Down Day, 2 Consecutive Down Days, 3 Consecutive Down Days, 4 Consecutive Down Days, 5 Consecutive Down Days, 6 or More Down Days.
Filter Info for Consecutive Days [Up]
- description = Consecutive Days
- keywords = Changes Daily
- units = Days
- format = 0
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