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 Indicator Usage Description Example faststo faststo[k,d,r,n] OPERATOR (INDICATOR or NUMBER) , where k and d are positive integers >= 2, r {k, d} and n is optional and represents the number of days ago the result is computed (n=0 is the default value and represents the current end of day, n=1 is the previous end of day, etc.) Returns one of the following:(1) the %K fast stochastic if r = 'k' or r is not provided;(2) the %D fast stochastic if r = 'd'. (faststo[14,3,d] < 8)

Introduction:

The fast stochastic is a technical analysis tool that is used to measure where a stock price closes relative to the price range over the last k-days. The fast stochastic is the ratio of the current price to the price range from the last k-days so it will vary between (0 - 100)%. %D is the d-day simple moving average of %K (fast stochastic) and is used as a trigger line on the chart. The 'faststo' indicator is used in indicator formula construction to narrow the stock pre-screener results to include only those stocks that have a fast stochastic restricted to the parameters set for the faststo indicator.

Example:

The chart of Intel (INTC) below highlights days where %D of the 14,3 fast stochastic is less than 8%

 Chart of Intel (INTC) highlighting days where %D of the 14,3 fast stochastic is less than 8%.

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 (faststo[14,3,k] < 10)AISCORE: 6709   Indicator ID: 051230144009(faststo[14,3,k] > 90)AISCORE: -287   Indicator ID: 051230144114(faststo[14,3,k] < 20)AISCORE: 5369   Indicator ID: 051230144201(faststo[14,3,k] < 30)AISCORE: 4115   Indicator ID: 051230144221(faststo[14,3,k] < 5)AISCORE: 6821   Indicator ID: 051230151405 More ->