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Hello.

Can anyone please explain what's wrong with the following code.

   "SCREENER(Stochastic[13,5](close) <= 20)"

I'd expect all selected stocks to have their most recent Stochastic(13,5) value being not greater than 20.

However at least one stoch listed falls outside of this criterion.

Thank you.

 

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Hi ,

 

Can you please run the Screener again and leave the results window open. If there are still incorrect markets returned, can you send a Help > Technical report via the Platform and we'll ask ProRealTime to investigate.

 

Thanks,
Dan

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