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2,025 posts
msg #38597
Ignore alf44
10/27/2005 11:37:52 PM


Not bad !

What I would like you to try your hand at, if you this:

A filter that would show the longer-term EMAs "spread out" a bit (indicating a strong existing Trend)...while the shorter-term EMAs are "converging" (indicating a short-term pull-back within that "strong existing Trend").

When you see this situation...the longer-term EMAs tend to bend a bit...but provide a cushion (underneath in an UP TREND/overhead in a DOWN TREND)...for the shorter-term EMAs.

Sometimes the shorter-term EMAs will converge and in so doing...pull-back into the longer-term EMAs and be completely "engulfed" within the range of the longer-term EMAs. The longer-term EMAs will bend but will often "catapult" the shorter-term EMAs (almost like a trampoline) in the direction of the existing longer-term Trend.

Whadda ya think ?

Can it be done ?



69 posts
msg #38603
Ignore Railwhore
10/28/2005 7:05:03 PM

Another way to skin a cat: add the traders averages and the investors averages and then create a custom average of the trend. Ok sort by the TREND column and you want this as close to zero as you can get with the CMATREND being as big as you can get. Adjust the trend range and the CMA length to your needs.

Fetcher[set{t1, ema(3) + ema(5)}
set{t2, t1 + ema(8)}
set{t3, t2 + ema(10)}
set{t4, t3 + ema(12)}
set{traders, t4 + ema(15)}
set{i1, ema(30) + ema(35)}
set{i2, i1 + ema(40)}
set{i3, i2 + ema(45)}
set{i4, i3 + ema(50)}
set{investors, i4 + ema(60)}
set{trend, traders - investors}
set{cmatrend, cema(trend, 20)}

trend < .20
trend > -.20
add column traders
add column investors
add column trend
add column cmatrend
draw ema(3) draw ema(5) draw ema(8) draw ema(10) draw ema(12) draw ema(15)
draw ema(30) draw ema(35) draw ema(40) draw ema(45) draw ema(50) draw ema(60)
Average Volume(90) above 100000
Volume above 1000000
Close above 12
not otcbb

2,025 posts
msg #38622
Ignore alf44
10/31/2005 2:37:10 PM


...interesting approach.

Thanks !


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