This page helps you understand the way we use negative numbers in our filters
The basic idea is simple. Saying that a stock is down 5% in the last ten minutes is the same as saying that the stock is up -5% in last ten minutes. By using negative numbers we can have half as many filters.
Things get tricky when you start mixing min and max with negative numbers. Remember, -3 is less than -2! If you are not sure, enter the values below the same way that you would enter them into our config page. Read the English description and look at the picture to make sure the computer interprets your settings the way you intended.
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Show me stocks where: The price was down at least 5% in the last year.
The blue area shows which stocks are selected by the filters. White areas show stocks which would be removed by the filters.
The left side of the chart shows smaller (more negative) numbers in the min or max filter. The right side of the chart shows larger (more positive) numbers.
|For more information about how these charts relate to the filters, please see the following video:|