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gloria garrison
23 posts
msg #110601
Ignore gloria garrison
modified
1/28/2013 2:48:39 AM

Here is a filter for finding stocks at or very near their bottom which have big volume interest in them at these low low prices.


set {pv, price * volume} and set {ev, ema (20) * avgvol (50)} and set {67hl, high 67 day high - low 67 day low} and set {67r, 67hl / low 67 day low} and set {chart%range, 67r * 100} and set {67pl, price - low 67 day low} and set {67ph, 67pl / 67hl} and set {chart_position, 67ph * 100} and set {67hp, high 67 day high / price} and set {hpx, 67hp - 1} and set {chart%potential, hpx * 100} and set {hl, high - low} and set {r, hl / low} and set {rx, r * 100} and set {cmf_30/5, cma (cmf (30), 5)} and set {cmf_30/8, cma (cmf (30), 8)} and set {cmf_0, cmf (30) * 0} and set {rsix, cma (rsi (14), 3)} and show stocks where the pv is more than 125000 and the chart_position is below 25 and the avgvol (8) is more than 25 percent above the avgvol (20) 1 day ago and the cma (rsix, 5) is above cma (rsix, 8) and do not draw chart_position and do not draw the pv and do not draw the avgvol (8) and do not draw the avgvol (20) and draw ema (20) and draw ema (200) and draw ema (50) and draw cma (rsix, 8) on plot cma (rsix, 5) and draw cma (rsix, 125) on plot cma (rsix, 5) and do not draw rsix and draw cmf_30/8 on plot cmf_0 and draw cmf_30/5 on plot cmf_0 and draw cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125) and draw slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d on plot cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125) and add column avgvol (50) {avg_volume} and add column pv {liquidities} and add column ev {daily_money} and add column rx {range} and add column cma (rx, 50) {avg_range} and add column chart_position and add column chart%range and add column chart%potential and add column sector and add column industry and sort column 8 descending


what the columns are and do;
"avg_volume" provides you with the 50 day average of the volume to compare it with the days volume (you want bigger volume by far than the avg_volume if the stock is to succeed in going higher).
"liquidities" is todays money traded on the stock.
"daily_money" is the average money traded per day on the stock.
"range" is todays high / low trading range in percentage.
"avg_range" is the daily average trading high / low range for the last 50 periods.
"chart_position" is the price location on the 3 month chart, (where 0.00 is the bottom and 100.00 would be the top of chart.)
"chart%range" is the 3 month chart's high / low range put into percentages.
"chart%potential" is the percentage from the price to the top of the highest candle shown on 3 month chart.


The best stocks will have the RSI (rsix, 5) rising well above the (rsix, 8), likewise the slow stochastic's %k line should be well above the %d line and not turning back down, and the cmf (30) 5 and 8 lines should both be in an uptrend. that marks the most likely stocks to succeed at least in the short term, there is also a long average on the rsix and stochastic plots those in the lower section of the plot are more likely to be indicative of a stocks reversal than those that are in the upper half of the chart.

This is an end of day scanner to locate the best stocks to invest in for the next day or week or two, you can turn this into a weekly filter for longer term investment grade stocks.

My last bit of advice is for the novice traders, when you play a stock it's best to watch only 2 charts: a daily period at 2 months time for a longer viewpoint so as not to get shaken out of your stock as well as a 30 minute period at 4 days time. on each you want to put ema's (20),(50), and (200) as these are what the big boys watch. i too would advise the chainkin's money flow at 30 periods on both charts and watch the outer edge of it to see that it is on average moving higher if it is moving lower the stock will reverse down. the other stock indicator I'd recommend is the slow stochastic at 30 periods with ema 4 and 4 period smothing this will direct you to enter or exit when the %k line moves across the %d line simply compare it to the chart to see how it's crossovers signal buy / sell . you must have a quote grid with your stocks on it, it must have symbol, last, bid, ask, last-size, bid-size, ask-size, %-change since the open, volume, and if your platform provides it a high / low graph, and the last-tick green/red arrow. You really need to pay attention to the bid size ask size and most importantly the last size, price manipulation occurs with small trades when things slow down and at the last few seconds of the trading day. a sell of ten dollars worth of stock at the lowest ask price will show the last at that price and can net hundreds if not thousands of dollars of savings over fair value when a novice gets scared out of there position by such a trick the same is true on the buy side to drive price ou to sell stock to the novice. very important too is to never use a stop loss or a trailing stop as high frequency traders can in the blink of an eye force the price down to go pick up your stock at fire sale discounts, your best bet is to use an allert, this gives you time to look at the charts and you just might see the price jump back up before you act against yourself. well it's late and i must get up early so good luck and may God bless us all with wealth and happiness. R>G>..BYE BYE.


PS, I added the do not draw chart_position for those who do not wish to have it, it's not ment to be any type of an indicator..R>G>, and thanks for putting it into the format that you did. God bless..............

duke56468
683 posts
msg #110608
Ignore duke56468
1/28/2013 9:25:38 AM

Fetcher[
set {pv, price * volume} and set {ev, ema (20) * avgvol (50)} and set {67hl, high 67 day high - low 67 day low} and set {67r, 67hl / low 67 day low} and set {chart%range, 67r * 100} and set {67pl, price - low 67 day low} and set {67ph, 67pl / 67hl} and set {chart_position, 67ph * 100} and set {67hp, high 67 day high / price} and set {hpx, 67hp - 1} and set {chart%potential, hpx * 100} and set {hl, high - low} and set {r, hl / low} and set {rx, r * 100} and set {cmf_30/5, cma (cmf (30), 5)} and set {cmf_30/8, cma (cmf (30), 8)} and set {cmf_0, cmf (30) * 0} and set {rsix, cma (rsi (14), 3)} and show stocks where the pv is more than 125000 and the chart_position is below 25 and the avgvol (8) is more than 25 percent above the avgvol (20) 1 day ago and the cma (rsix, 5) is above cma (rsix, 8) and do not draw the pv and do not draw the avgvol (8) and do not draw the avgvol (20) and draw ema (20) and draw ema (200) and draw ema (50) and draw cma (rsix, 8) on plot cma (rsix, 5) and draw cma (rsix, 125) on plot cma (rsix, 5) and do not draw rsix and draw cmf_30/8 on plot cmf_0 and draw cmf_30/5 on plot cmf_0 and draw cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125) and draw slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d on plot cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125) and add column avgvol (50) {avg_volume} and add column pv {liquidities} and add column ev {daily_money} and add column rx {range} and add column cma (rx, 50) {avg_range} and add column chart_position and add column chart%range and add column chart%potential and add column sector and add column industry and sort column 8 descending
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duke56468
683 posts
msg #110609
Ignore duke56468
1/28/2013 9:54:02 AM

a little more readable
Fetcher[
set {pv, price * volume}
and set {ev, ema (20) * avgvol (50)}
and set {67hl, high 67 day high - low 67 day low}
and set {67r, 67hl / low 67 day low}
and set {chart%range, 67r * 100}
and set {67pl, price - low 67 day low}
and set {67ph, 67pl / 67hl}
and set {chart_position, 67ph * 100}
and set {67hp, high 67 day high / price}
and set {hpx, 67hp - 1}
and set {chart%potential, hpx * 100}
and set {hl, high - low}
and set {r, hl / low}
and set {rx, r * 100}
and set {cmf_30/5, cma (cmf (30), 5)}
and set {cmf_30/8, cma (cmf (30), 8)}
and set {cmf_0, cmf (30) * 0}
and set {rsix, cma (rsi (14), 3)}
and show stocks where the pv is more than 125000
and the chart_position is below 25
and the avgvol (8) is more than 25 percent above the avgvol (20) 1 day ago
and the cma (rsix, 5) is above cma (rsix, 8)
and do not draw the pv
and do not draw the avgvol (8)
and do not draw the avgvol (20)
and draw ema (20)
and draw ema (200)
and draw ema (50)
and draw cma (rsix, 8) on plot cma (rsix, 5)
and draw cma (rsix, 125) on plot cma (rsix, 5)
and do not draw rsix
and draw cmf_30/8 on plot cmf_0
and draw cmf_30/5 on plot cmf_0
and draw cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125)
and draw slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d on plot cma (slow stochastic (30,4,4) %d, 125)
and add column avgvol (50) {avg_volume}
and add column pv {liquidities}
and add column ev {daily_money}
and add column rx {range}
and add column cma (rx, 50) {avg_range}
and add column chart_position
and add column chart%range
and add column chart%potential
and add column sector
and add column industry
and sort column 8 descending
]



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