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  • 52 week high low scan for thinkorswim

    52-Week High Low Scan & Watchlist Column for ThinkOrSwim

    Sale! $49.99 $39.99
    52 week high low scan for thinkorswim

    52-Week High Low Scan & Watchlist Column for ThinkOrSwim

    $49.99 $39.99

    This is my new and improved 52-week high/low scanner and custom watchlist quote column for ThinkOrSwim. A lot of investors and traders like to trade strong stocks that are making shallow pullbacks near their 52-week highs, or value stocks reversing at or near their 52-week lows, and this scanner and watchlist column will allow you to find and trade these types of setups.

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  • pullback indicator watchlist column for thinkorswim

    ThinkOrSwim Pullback Indicator & Custom Quote Column

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    ThinkOrSwim Pullback Indicator & Custom Quote Column

    $29.99 $19.99

    The Pullback Indicator defines how much a stock has retraced off of its low or high (depending on if it's an up day or down day). The retracement is expressed in terms of a percent of the stock's total movement for the day. So if it opens at 9.75, reaches a high at 10, then a low at 9, before climbing back up to 9.50 to close, then the retracement off the low of $0.50 is 1/2 the daily range of $1, or a 50% pullback from the extreme of the move (a reading of .5 on the indicator). The reverse would be true if it were an up day: the retracement would be the percent of the daily range that it has pulled back from the high, which on an up day is considered the extreme of the move.

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  • daily reclimb indicator high low thinkorswim

    ThinkOrSwim Reclimb Indicator & Custom Quote Column

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    ThinkOrSwim Reclimb Indicator & Custom Quote Column

    $29.99 $19.99

    Reclimb is defined as the amount of the daily range that has been recovered after making a new low, expressed as a percent of the day's total range from high to low. So if a stock opens at 9.50, falls to 9, then makes a high at 10 before falling back to 9.75, then the stock's Reclimb is .75, or 75% of the daily range of $1 between $9 & $10. The same would be true on a down day, where the stock opens at 9.75, climbs to 10, falls to 9, and then reclimbs to 9.50 — in this case the reclimb is 50% or .5 of the daily range of $1 from 9 to 10.

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