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TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #56767
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11/15/2007 9:03:23 AM

POP

jhonen
4 posts
msg #57841
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12/9/2007 3:09:33 PM

Hi, TRO.
I want to thank you for all the long hours you put into writing this filter. It is greatly appreciated.

I just read an article about market timing and timing trades with the S and P 500. What it said was when the market rallies, 3 out of 4 stocks move up with the market. On the other hand, when the market sells off, 3 out of 4 stocks will decline with it.

I'm sure that is pretty elementary for some of you that have been trading for a while, but I know someone will find it useful.

Is there a way to offset it to a day where the S&P was down a couple of hundred points and look at a column and find stocks that are still outperforming the S&P? If so, by how much?

Something list this maybe
show stocks where the relative strength(^spx,50) is above 2
But with a column and a percentage.

Okay. So here is what I've figured out about your "basic" filter. I need you to fill in the blanks. What is the best set up for a long position?

Hiop = high - open. So you can tell how much you could have made if you had bought at green and sold at close.

Volpct - volume percentage increase or decrease over previous day

Colcnt - number of days volume increased or decreased

vdbl - number of days volume doubled

cxc - consecutive down closes

cxe5 - number of days closed below ema5

el3xe26 - number of days ema13 below ema 26

Par buy and par sell - number of days par is above or below price
par buy - below
par sell - above

Rsi(2) lower the better right? Below 30 buy signal

Please correct me if i am wrong on any of that. I'm trying to learn here.

How does the trend column work?

Can you fill in the rest of the blanks now?
Just the main ones would be helpful if you are short on time.

Please excuse the spelling and grammar mistakes.






TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #57847
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12/9/2007 3:33:48 PM

Rsi(2) lower the better right? Below 30 buy signal

NO.. RSI(2) < 1 is when you want to look for a long entry


How does the trend column work?

Trend = xyz.00
where x = 1 for 10 day uptrend, 0 for 10 day downtrend
where y = 1 for 60 day uptrend, 0 for 60 day downtrend
where z = 1 for 200 day uptrend, 0 for 200 day downtrend

The BASIC FILTER DISPLAY is not a filter to be used for selecting. I wrote it so beginners wouldn't have to spend hours or days learning how to code in SF. Just copy/paste the parts you need to build your own filter.


joerollo
6 posts
msg #57901
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12/10/2007 6:01:44 PM

Tough finding these stocks the last week or so :)

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #57905
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12/10/2007 6:18:20 PM

Finding what stocks?


joerollo
6 posts
msg #57932
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12/11/2007 12:14:01 AM

RSI(2) < 1

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #58607
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12/29/2007 10:35:44 AM

If the market is "up", there usually isn't many rsi(2) < 1 stocks.

Use my RSI(2) BOTTOM FISHING filter display.

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #60505
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3/14/2008 8:08:23 PM

POP!

dbohin
10 posts
msg #60775
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3/26/2008 6:19:36 AM

this thread is borderline orgasmic

i hate being late to the party.

many many thanks !

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #62727
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5/17/2008 1:33:35 AM

pop..

Why aren't these working?

SF bug??

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