Two questions further: 1. BBAR doesn't have 52 weeks and a lot of other companies also come up showing N/A. How do you figure the N/A's? 2. the companies with negative price change? I cam up with BBAr having a relative strength of 18, which isn't too good I guess...This could change with the price increase this week if it keep up...1-try 26weeks comparing all industry..it is still a relative price strength.2-when figuring out relative prive change use the equation 52week%chg<>0...this will include all companies in the sector so u can achieve an accurate percentage rating.Keltic
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