What is the Difference Between a Value and an Analytic?
Both values and analytics are comparative metrics used to create rules.
A value is a static number, such as $5 or 10%.
An analytic is a dynamic number, such as a closing price, high, or indicator.
Analytics can be filtered even further using additional metrics. For example, if you want to find stocks trading above their 10-day high by at least 10%, you would enter the following criteria: