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The range for the day filter shows where a stock is trading and its range for the day. These stocks are very red, so they are near lows. This stock is green, so it is near highs. These stocks are more toward the middle. You can see that this filter is not 100% precise. Many of these were exactly on lows when the exchange reported the new low. Many of these were trading near lows. It is possible that there were two or more prints at approximately the same time, but were not at the exact same price. It is also possible sometimes to see an entire cell filled with all green or all red. All green means trading above the day's high. All red means trading below the day's low. This mostly happens after hours. Since the high and the low are not updated, but new prints are coming in. However it can have other special meanings. This value is available both as a column as shown here, and as a filter. Go to window specific filters. Position in range. I only want to see things that are near highs, so I am going to say 95%. I am not going to set a max, and I am not going to set this exactly to 100%. As we have seen this value is not as precise as you might think. The market sometimes does strange things, so trying to be more than 95% precise is just not meaningful. This window is still getting highs and lows. This window is now only looking at highs. We don't see many alerts because obviously is, for the most part, on lows.