in my code i have made defined
1. uptrend= (close,55)> (close,144) and (close,144)> (close,388) and (close,388)> (close,576) and close>ema(close,388)
2. downtrend = (close,55)< (close,144) and (close,144)< (close,388) and (close,388)<ema(close,576) and close<ema(close,388)
if the indicator is printing DOWNTREND=TRUE or UPTREND=TRUE then the corresponding stock is in currently in that trend out of the stocks listed in the code
in one code only 40 (max) stocks can be called.
to add more stocks I copied same code and changed the stocks in the code, now you can screen 80 stocks at a time.
This code runs on each bar and checks if the stocks is in uptrend or down trend.
you can customize this screener according to your requirement.
//thanks @QuantNomad from where i solved my problem of screening my top stock for custom trend screener
//idea and motivation taken from
after adding another code you can screen 80 stocks at a time and so on , below following link is how it will look like
after trading View announced alert() function , now it is possible to set alert for all this screener. Once you set up alert , you will be informed of the new symbol coming in the screener.
In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.
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