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robeal
6 posts
msg #35233
Ignore robeal
2/27/2005 2:59:25 PM

James, Joules & Marine2:

My wife (Robeal) was interested in the same sort of action. Realizing that
if the price becomes a constant, the Moving Averages will converge and with
SF's help we developed this:

find stocks where
ema(10) is less than 2 percent above ma(20)
& ema(10) is less than 2 percent below ma(20)
& ema(65) is less than 2 percent above ma(20)
& ema(65) is less than 2 percent below ma(20)
& ParabolicSAR < close
& slope of OBV > 1
& (we now add Stochastic & other qualifiers to
suit our tastes)

This is somewhat more concise and does just about the same thing

2Penny



SurfnDestiny
78 posts
msg #35324
Ignore SurfnDestiny
3/11/2005 6:03:52 PM

Here`s another variation of using a filter that finds horizontal price movements. This tracks a stock thats been declining for awhile and finally has reached a sort of floor in the decline.


Fetcher[Show stocks where market is NOT OTCBB
and MA(7) is less than HIGH
and MA(7) is greater than LOW
and MA(7) 1 day ago is less than HIGH 1 day ago
and MA(7) 1 day ago is greater than LOW 1 day ago
and MA(7) 2 days ago is less than HIGH 2 days ago
and MA(7) 2 days ago is greater than LOW 2 days ago
and MA(7) 3 days ago is less than HIGH 3 days ago
and MA(7) 3 days ago is greater than LOW 3 days ago
and MA(7) 4 days ago is less than HIGH 4 days ago
and MA(7) 4 days ago is greater than LOW 4 days ago
and MA(7) 5 days ago is less than HIGH 5 days ago
and MA(7) 5 days ago is greater than LOW 5 days ago
and MA(7) 6 days ago is less than HIGH 6 days ago
and MA(7) 6 days ago is greater than LOW 6 days ago
and 6 day slope of MA(7) is between -.05 and .05
and bollinger width(20) is < .1 over the last 6 days
and ma(5) has been below ma(50) over the last 30 days
]




SurfnDestiny
78 posts
msg #35325
Ignore SurfnDestiny
3/11/2005 6:18:38 PM

Now only if I could predict which ones will break higher, instead of lower!.


RocketFetcher
58 posts
msg #41508
Ignore RocketFetcher
2/22/2006 7:45:03 PM

Wanted to bump this thread, as it seems like an interesting discussion..I found this one while searching for any threads about ascending wedges (which by the way, I didn't find)
Any updates anyone would like to add, on consolidation breakouts, or ascending wedges? ie, the chart for NEOM seems to be an ascending wedge..anyone have a filter to find a chart like that?
TIA



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