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Bob Marley
2021-04-22 11:52:18


How would I write a screener that simply looks for an improving average weekly close over past 30 days?




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2021-04-23 14:06:50

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You can select weekly as time frame then calculate 4-week moving average
sma(close, 4)

then check if this is improving:

s = sma(close, 4);
filter = s > s[1];

s[1] references the previous bar



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