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miketranz
716 posts
msg #84958
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12/27/2009 11:19:23 AM

Can anyone come up with a filter that shows stocks 1)price under 5.00 2)Avg Volume (30) over 250000 3) Must make a new 90 day high,but not making a 90 day high in the previous 90 days 4)Must make a 90 day high w/100% volume increase from the previous day 5)Must break and close above upper Bollinger Band (20).This set up does not happen everyday,but when it does,good things happen.Thanks,Mike.........

four
4,012 posts
msg #84960
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modified
12/27/2009 11:58:38 AM

wrong location, sorry.

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #84962
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12/27/2009 1:16:22 PM

maybe.............

Can anyone come up with a filter that shows stocks 1)price under 5.00 2)Avg Volume (30) over 250000 3) Must make a new 90 day high,but not making a 90 day high in the previous 90 days 4)Must make a 90 day high w/100% volume increase from the previous day 5)Must break and close above upper Bollinger Band (20).This set up does not happen everyday,but when it does,good things happen.Thanks,Mike.........

Fetcher[



set{var1,days(price reached new 90 day high,100)}
set{var2,volume / 2}

draw bollinger

high reached new 34 day high
var2 above volume 1 day ago
var1 crossed below 55
price below 5
avgvol(30) above 250000




]



trendscanner
265 posts
msg #84965
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12/27/2009 4:50:53 PM

Here's my try. Doesn't really quite get it in terms of the new high but is best I can think of right now.

Fetcher[
set{volmin, volume 1 day ago * 2}
price > 5
average volume(30) > 250000
Count(high reached new 36 week high, 36) between 0.5 and 1.5
Count(high reached new 36 week high, 1) between 0.5 and 1.5
volume > volmin
count(close above upper bollinger band(20,2), 1) > 0.5
chart-length is 6 months
]





chetron
2,817 posts
msg #84968
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12/27/2009 5:37:37 PM

very nice, trendscanner

miketranz
716 posts
msg #84970
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12/27/2009 7:54:34 PM

Thank you for the quick response.I'll try to narrow it down to these three stocks to use as a model.As you can see,once they start breaking out of a low consolidation,they can move up pretty fast.Whatever criteria is needed,take your best shot.I noticed the stocks that consolidate the longest,increase the fastest.Once I get a few good candidates,I'll post entry,exit and stop loss criteria.1)SNSS 2)NVTL 3)MEDG......

johnpaulca
11,322 posts
msg #84980
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12/28/2009 10:09:42 AM

Ment, LCC.....catch them before the breakout

m_taleb
8 posts
msg #85064
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12/28/2009 6:58:18 PM

Eman93 and Skiiiva,
This is a filter to find stocks that are making new high after recent ones , right?
When do you scan with this filter after market close, o4 after market open?

Thanks

miketranz
716 posts
msg #85066
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12/28/2009 7:51:51 PM

John,to find a stock before it breaks out means observation & stalking,but no breakout confirmation.Any filters for it? Mike...

four
4,012 posts
msg #85068
Ignore four
12/28/2009 7:57:16 PM

What is the "breakout" before the breakout?

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What is the "trend" before the trend?


Borrowed from Stadion Money Management, Gregory Morris


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The Tell

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