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Hi all,

I have been struggling to find a stock ( lse )  scanner to pick out RSI or STOCH divergence / reversal signals on daily or weekly patterns.

Seems to be several on the Indian markets but nothing in the UK.?

 

Any help or any one knowing a scanner that does this would be a great help.

 

Thanks

 

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Pro-Real charts are likely to have this as a screener on pro real code site as they tend to have virtually everything that can possible be thought of indicator/screener wise

If not then Nicholas is really helpful and will build (might charge) for you if not too complicated

 

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