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How to look at stock prices in excel and see if price increased or decreased a certain amount

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I have the tick data for prices of a stock ticker. I want to evaluate for each row if it went up or down $0.05 first from that specific row. I also want a column to show me the max number of cents that it went up before it hit the plus or minus 5 cents, and one that shows the lowest negative amount that it decreased before it hits my plus or minus 5 cent threshold. I have attached an example spreadsheet.
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Sorry here it is
Stock-Price-Test.xlsx
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HI,

see attachment

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Stock-Quotes.xlsx
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Excel is not capable of this but nice array formulas!
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