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corsino
259 posts
msg #35887
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5/4/2005 10:22:31 AM

Hi Koronbock
Thanks for the tips. I'm fairly new to Stockfetcher, but not new to the stockmarket, although not a very serious trader. I do watch the bid/ask spread and try to buy when it's 1 or 2 cents on low priced stocks. Also, I don't buy OTCBB stocks.Since I've just started trying out various filters, I just put a little money on any one, and wait until 9AM (CST)to see if they are in the green. I'm perfectly satisfied with my little KIA.


corsino
259 posts
msg #35890
Ignore corsino
5/4/2005 11:50:55 AM

MORE ABOUT FILTER M112
Just out of curiosity, I backtested the filter from 12/31/2002 to 12/31/2003 for a 5-day hold, no stops:

Win/loss : 57/42
ROI : 336.55 %

So it backtests well from 12/31/2002 to the present. Now, I'm not promoting this filter exclusively, but it doesn't hurt to have several filters that have backtested well.


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