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cabogordon
88 posts
msg #76156
Ignore cabogordon
modified
7/9/2009 12:29:51 AM

Gentlemen,

I'm very green, but a hard worker. I have been trying to find a system that works in bull and bear markets. I've literally gone through 100 plus filters as well reading 1000's of yours posts on SF. After working 90 hours a week for the last 2 months. I found something thats working or " back testing " very well. I wanted to explain it to you guys , so you could challenge it , poke at it and maybe get a good laugh at my expense, sorry about spelling and grammer..

the strategy is for GOING SHORT in any market: lets call it " GET SHORTY "

Here it is.

1. I run a simple filter to find the highest RSI stocks: filer was provided by Mary4Money. The filter is at the bottom if you want it.

2. I then pull up a daily chart with RSI , MACD and Volume.

*** the stock must be above the top bracket useing " linear regression ( setting 65-1 ) " this is KEY.......

3. I pull up the stock with the highest RSI . Usually 99.1 or higher, i like stocks over 20 bucks

4. The daily chart tells me if still has some gas ,or are the candles still green is their wick, the macd tells me if it crossed over , linear regression lets me know if it peaked out and over the top bracket or channel.

5. My experiece tells me that after they show up on my filter they still have a little momo in them, maybe a day or 2 at must.

*** A doji usually shows up signaling a reversal

** I only enter the trade if macd cross over and it hits or go above top brakcet useing LR.

6. I then open one screen ( e-signal ) on the daily and a second screen on 60 min chart. once the daily looks top heavy my eyes move over to the 60 min and 15 min to enter

7. My stop loss is always set one dollar above the entry point to give myself some room. I might even add to it ... If you I follow the strategy and don't enter until all my signals set up... it should be high return low risk trade.

I will start trading it this week with 100 shares trades to test it against the mental part of my trading head... you know the empty one from to much sun, surf and cerveza.

It also might work useing stocks that reached 52wk highs.

Thats it... what do you guys think ...

filter: for finidng high RSI stocks: (sure you guys have it or one like it )
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rsi(2) power scan and average volume(30) above 750000 and stock is optionable and add column rsi(2) and add column rsi(2) 1 day ago and add column rsi(2) 2 days ago and add column rsi(2) 3 days ago and add column rsi(2) 4 days ago and add column rsi(2) 5 days ago and add column rsi(2) 6 days ago and add column rsi(2) 7 days ago and add column rsi(2) 8 days ago and add column rsi(2) 9 days ago and add column rsi(2) 10 days ago and add column rsi(2) 11 days ago and add column rsi(2) 12 days ago and aff column rsi(2) 13 days ago and add column rsi(2) 14 days ago and add column rsi(2) 15 days ago and add column rsi(2) 16 days ago and add column rsi(2) 17 days ago and and set{sm%, weekly atr(8)/ weekly close(8)} and add column sm% and close above 0.60



campbellb75
101 posts
msg #76157
Ignore campbellb75
7/9/2009 12:41:52 AM

Cabo-
Can you elaborate on what you mean when you said it backtested very well? Did you use SF to backtest it or just eyeballing the charts that hit your triggers? Keep up the analysis and posts on here. Noticed you've been active in the forum and contributing a lot. Thanks for the insight.

moby
314 posts
msg #76158
Ignore moby
modified
7/9/2009 1:41:41 AM

Clickable

Fetcher[rsi(2) power scan and average volume(30) above 750000 and stock is optionable and add column rsi(2) and add column rsi(2) 1 day ago and add column rsi(2) 2 days ago and add column rsi(2) 3 days ago and add column rsi(2) 4 days ago and add column rsi(2) 5 days ago and add column rsi(2) 6 days ago and add column rsi(2) 7 days ago and add column rsi(2) 8 days ago and add column rsi(2) 9 days ago and add column rsi(2) 10 days ago and add column rsi(2) 11 days ago and add column rsi(2) 12 days ago and aff column rsi(2) 13 days ago and add column rsi(2) 14 days ago and add column rsi(2) 15 days ago and add column rsi(2) 16 days ago and add column rsi(2) 17 days ago and and set{sm%, weekly atr(8)/ weekly close(8)} and add column sm% and close above 0.60]




moby
314 posts
msg #76159
Ignore moby
modified
7/9/2009 1:51:18 AM

Price between 1 and 10 and close is higher than the open.


Fetcher[rsi(2) power scan and average volume(30) above 750000 and stock is optionable and add column rsi(2) and add column rsi(2) 1 day ago and add column rsi(2) 2 days ago and add column rsi(2) 3 days ago and add column rsi(2) 4 days ago and add column rsi(2) 5 days ago and add column rsi(2) 6 days ago and add column rsi(2) 7 days ago and add column rsi(2) 8 days ago and add column rsi(2) 9 days ago and add column rsi(2) 10 days ago and add column rsi(2) 11 days ago and add column rsi(2) 12 days ago and aff column rsi(2) 13 days ago and add column rsi(2) 14 days ago and add column rsi(2) 15 days ago and add column rsi(2) 16 days ago and add column rsi(2) 17 days ago and and set{sm%, weekly atr(8)/ weekly close(8)} and add column sm% and close is between 1 and 10 and opcl > 0]



moby
314 posts
msg #76160
Ignore moby
modified
7/9/2009 2:00:26 AM

Price between 1 and 100 and sort column 5 descending. HIGH ABOVE Top Linear Regression Line(65,1.0)


Fetcher[ HIGH ABOVE Top Linear Regression Line(65,1.0)
rsi(2) power scan and average volume(30) above 750000 and stock is optionable and add column rsi(2) and add column rsi(2) 1 day ago and add column rsi(2) 2 days ago and add column rsi(2) 3 days ago and add column rsi(2) 4 days ago and add column rsi(2) 5 days ago and add column rsi(2) 6 days ago and add column rsi(2) 7 days ago and add column rsi(2) 8 days ago and add column rsi(2) 9 days ago and add column rsi(2) 10 days ago and add column rsi(2) 11 days ago and add column rsi(2) 12 days ago and aff column rsi(2) 13 days ago and add column rsi(2) 14 days ago and add column rsi(2) 15 days ago and add column rsi(2) 16 days ago and add column rsi(2) 17 days ago and and set{sm%, weekly atr(8)/ weekly close(8)} and add column sm% and close is between 1 and 100 and sort column 5 descending
]



cabogordon
88 posts
msg #76161
Ignore cabogordon
modified
7/9/2009 2:31:15 AM

Its seems my filter is producing different RSI results. Neverthessless, once it finds a high RSI stock. it time to set it up on daily and 60 min chart and start watching the candles, macd, rsi and linear regression.

back tested: gone back 2 years so far... it works 99% of the time ONLY if you wait for the set up. DOJI, MACD cross over, at or above daily linear regression top bracket. remember all stocks pull back even if its for a day before they re set and move on upward. thats a FACT.. the key is finding that point , exact point they roll over. this system / strategy is finding that golden momemt.

I will start testing it on thur with money... i use 4 screens and will pull them up once the filter finds them. the you or i should say I have to wait for the signals to allign.

goodnite all.

vinci
13 posts
msg #76663
Ignore vinci
7/19/2009 9:51:31 PM

Newbie here and first time to post. Thanks for the informative posts. Would appreciate a "clickable" filter for stocks where price is at the bottom of the channel. Also, are you using 1-std? How do I edit to allow 2-std?
Thanks, heaps!


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