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dgist
2 posts
msg #32832
Ignore dgist
8/12/2004 6:44:27 PM

I have been day trading for about 4 years now....and in this market I know the real good money is in swing trading. I am with a prop group that doesn't let anyone take home stocks, so with that being said has anyone come up with a filter that can be used to take advantage of a one day price move? i.e. reversal filters...etc...etc..whatever would help. Thanks in advance.


dgist
2 posts
msg #32833
Ignore dgist
8/12/2004 6:46:13 PM

Oh yeah...and I would prefer the stocks to trade over 150,000/day and be priced over $10. I know the days of the intra-day trader are slowly fading...but need all the help I can get...Thanks


cegis
235 posts
msg #32838
Ignore cegis
8/13/2004 9:06:12 AM

dgist,

Try these, courtesy of TheRumpledOne:

Long: RSI(2) < 1
Short: RSI(2) > 99

Salt with price and volume criteria to taste.

HTH,

C


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