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 budfox 
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Hi everyone,

I am backtesting a model which requires me to find scans for prior periods. ie March 1 . I am already using Finviz, but they only allow you to scan the current day.

Any suggestions as to how I can find scans for past periods?

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You'll need a combination of backtesting, custom database (Excel, R, SQL, whatever), whose scope is way beyond a single post

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Hi there!

Did you check Market In&Out (marketinout.com)? I like to use it because you can scan for an arbitrary number of previous periods and you can base your scan on daily, weekly or monthly. I am not affiliated nor a subscriber of the site, but I am considering a subscription.

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