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Subject: Volume Screen Date: 5/5/2010 9:30 PM
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Greetings all, I think this is my first post to the Market Screens forum.

I am trying to write a screen that uses volume over the past week (using end-of-week data) as a criterion. Does anyone know if this is possible? Stock Investor Pro has average volume over the past 2 weeks and every other screening program seems to have this same limitation, including online backtesters.

I would like to be able to run this screen historically as well as in real time.

On free websites such as Yahoo I can pull up the weekly volume on any particular stock but do not see how I could use this to screen the universe of all US stocks, either current or historical.

Thx very much,

Idoun
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