Hey, Thank you MarryDay. I am trying to run this scan after hours but sometimes it doesn't work, any idea, please? Thank you for your help
When I enter "plot scan = close >= (open*1.04)" it says invalid statement: syntax error: double ==Here is a new revision of the code which now captures price of 0.5 to 15:
Last: 0.5 to 15
% Change: 10% to No Max
Volume: 100,000 to No Max
Shares: 1 to 70,000,000
Custom Study Filter with Aggregation set to D (day) using this code:
plot scan = close >= (open*1.04);
Study Filter - (under Volume) Unusual Volume, Current bar's Volume increased at least 40% from its typical average over 60 periods and Aggregation set to D (day)
With these new settings, stocks like VRNA will show up on here. VRNA had a great setup. It was an AM gapper (from premarket scan). It would show up on this momentum scan as well. It also had the highest RV1 of all stocks on Friday. Plus it had bullish stock patterns like rounding bottom, double bottom, VWAP break, and bull flag pattern before it had the big spikes. When a stock has the highest RV1 and has bullish stock patterns, it has a good chance to do big VWAP bounces like VRNA did.
Sonny, now I know the secret sauce I've been missing!@CDJay Actually, this is more for looking back on RV and volume to see the values. The best live values will be the RV column code in my other thread and my volume chart label.
The best premarket relative volume estimate is my chart label and the latest version is page 4 of Useful Intraday Chart Labels.
I realize this is off topic but I have certain songs that motivate me to do well in trading: (artist, title)
Pet Shop Boys, Opportunities
ABC, Millionaire song
Twisted Sister, We're Gonna Make It
Motley Crue, Keep your eye on the money
Twisted Sister, I Wanna Rock
Warrant, Big Talk
Lita Ford, Larger Than Life
Check them out on Youtube if you get a chance and let me know what you think.
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