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3,313 posts
msg #114697
Ignore four
7/30/2013 11:19:52 PM

ma(13) above ema(21)
close > 12
avgvol(10) > 123321
ema(5) below ema(10)
rsi(2) < 30

523 posts
msg #114698
Ignore glgene
7/31/2013 12:33:54 AM

Any special reason why your first moving average is MA above EMA, but your second moving average is EMA below EMA? In other words, did you mean your first reference to be EMA(13) above EMA(21)...instead of MA(13) above EMA(21)? Please elaborate. Always enjoy your scripts. Thanks!


3,313 posts
msg #114699
Ignore four
7/31/2013 12:48:46 AM


Simple answer: I posted this filter so as not to forget it. No particular reason for the selected moving averages. Just was curious what would happen if they were mixed up.

"I haven't tried different combinations of EMA and MA."

I can say that I am playing with the capture of a pull-back on a longer up/down trend.
The post simply is the idea of capturing the RSI value using moving averages.

I watched the video (see link). And started looking at combinations.
See: -- Mac's posted video

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