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13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63046
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5/26/2008 11:43:14 AM

here are some posts about the ema13/sma20 to maybe help you understand better and how to use it:

http://tiny.cc/rnjMb
http://tiny.cc/KVsFx
http://tiny.cc/e8H2Z
http://tiny.cc/L3Jmx
http://tiny.cc/empbk
http://tiny.cc/jXl2A
http://tiny.cc/GLv6o

Note: In the past year since these posts Muddy has told me he has widened the ZONE just a bit,he now uses ema10/sma30.
Not much difference at all,does seem to work a bit better.
He always stresses to me the price does not have to close in there,just a bottom tail in there or just a Touch of it.
Look at KYUS chart as example,this was running since 5/8 then the tail touched the ema 10 @ 2.18 on 5/19 ...it closed at 2.43 that day and has gone on to hit new 52 week highs at 4.47.

klynn,
I don't understand what you mean by 500 candle.


klynn55
425 posts
msg #63050
Ignore klynn55
5/26/2008 2:06:03 PM

13th : sorry, i meant the candle that represents the 500 percent increase, should you treat the 500 candle differently if it is merely one a cluster over the average volume candles, or should you look for one single 500 percent candle, im referencing Chetron last filter on 5/25. His filter reads:

stocks where volume is 500 percent above average volume(90)
and price is between .05 and 20
and date offset is 0

some resulting stocks have a number of larger than average volume candles.
some have one candle over 500 percent,

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63068
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5/27/2008 5:55:26 PM

kylnn,

This is a very interesting question.
I've never thought about it but probably worth investigating.

Only thing I'm pretty sure of is if it's a 500 red candle above the ubb's it almost always comes down.

Cluster vs. 1or 2 500 candle(s)..........hmmmmm

klynn55
425 posts
msg #63070
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5/27/2008 7:15:16 PM

13th ; ill try to find an example this evening!

klynn55
425 posts
msg #63078
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5/27/2008 11:51:52 PM

13th: KYUS would be an example, look at all those volume bars, do you wait for
a sole volume bar or simply act if there be one or many?

lizzydog
32 posts
msg #63106
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5/28/2008 4:17:46 PM

13th___floor-------Great day today. Early in the chat room you posted 20
stocks. They were some good ones. Where did you dig those up? When you posted xrit now I jumped on it. Made some good change. When i saw they were not going to let it go over 2 bucks I sold at 1.97

Thanks,
lizzydog

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63111
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5/28/2008 7:05:31 PM

kylnn.
Really makes no difference to me at this point.
The one thing I'm positive about though is the red candle outside to halfway out of the UBB.
If you see this with the 500 candle and you like to short it's almost cash in the bag the next day if goes red.

Lizzy,
Congrats on XRIT,nice trade using the even mark at $2.
I was in at 1.69 from yesterday,we thought alike I got out with you:)

The ones I posted: SHMR DCR SPF INGN PWRD BCON NWA DAL CHTR AEO AMR COGT SINO NPD HIMX FBTX HGSI SNUS DAKT EFUT PSTI VSNT RCH BOSC XRIT AKNS CKXE JADE RTK UOMO FORD SCSS GPM

all came from IB pre, I love it cause it has "length of time" that the stock has been on the list.

Muddy taught me to really watch hard the "late hits" on the pre leader board.
XRIT AKNS UOMO were 3 beauties
Makes sense the late pre's,here's his blog post on it.
The guy is a genius imo, he uses unconventional ( and simple ) stuff to rake it in .

http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/2007/03/aha-moment.html

Thing I love too,I see so many worrying about where the market is going, me I could care less,these stocks have a life of their own!

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63474
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modified
6/7/2008 1:53:31 PM

There were some very late premarket leader board hits that ran awesome right after the opening bell this week:

From live chat Tuesday:
(Jun 03-09:26) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE just hit
(Jun 03-09:32) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 1.75
Jun 03-09:35) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 2
(Jun 03-09:37) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 2.20
(Jun 03-09:38) 13th_FLOOR: 2.40 SPDE
(Jun 03-10:21) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 2.57
(Jun 03-10:21) Laura: shew, SPDE a double
(Jun 03-10:23) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 2.98 weeeeeeeee
(Jun 03-12:16) 13th_FLOOR: SPDE 3 hit
(Jun 03-12:17) omar: nice call on spde
(Jun 03-12:17) 13th_FLOOR: thank you
SPDE went on to hit a hod of 3.25
SPDE was also a former 0 vol stock that I've spoken of quite often.

(Jun 03-09:28) 13th_FLOOR: BSHF just hit
(Jun 03-09:49) 13th_FLOOR: very late hit pre BSHF near hod
(Jun 03-09:49) 13th_FLOOR: that was pump awhile ago
(Jun 03-09:50) 13th_FLOOR: is hod now 1.89
(Jun 03-09:54) 13th_FLOOR: BSHF at 2
BSHF opened at 1.64 and closed right near hod 2.03

From Thurs:
(Jun 05-09:17) 13th_FLOOR: PCYC just hit,news
(Jun 05-10:43) Laura: PCYC nice call 13th, up 21% now, 1.27
(Jun 05-13:25) 13th_FLOOR: plus i love IB pre board
(Jun 05-13:25) 13th_FLOOR: you can scan by amount of time in list
(Jun 05-13:25) 13th_FLOOR: thats how i caught PCYC today
(Jun 05-13:38) johnnyvento: what the hell PCYC
(Jun 05-15:53) johnnyvento: PCYC jiggy at the close
(Jun 05-15:53) 13th_FLOOR: PCYC again now 1.54
(Jun 05-16:02) johnnyvento: PCYC ends on hod even w/ all the selling pressure
PCYC closed at 1.55 from 1.07 open.

From Fri:
(Jun 06-09:30) 13th_FLOOR: ROYL late hit
(Jun 06-09:35) 13th_FLOOR: ROYL going some
(Jun 06-09:36) 13th_FLOOR: ROYL nice so far
(Jun 06-09:40) TomT: there goes ROYL
Opened at 9.05, hit hod 10.25

(Jun 06-09:11) 13th_FLOOR: destroyed last 2 days DESC just hit pre leaders
DESC opened at .165 , hit high of .2199, closed at .20
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Oh and I short ones up huge (20%+ )on pre board and that in the last 5 mins before the open start to come down fairly quick as did ISPH if anyone was watching it in pre.

(Jun 06-09:49) 13th_FLOOR: shorted 6.4 ISPH
(Jun 06-10:13) 13th_FLOOR: yes i got out 6 from 6.40
(Jun 06-10:13) 13th_FLOOR: may try again in 5.80's if
(Jun 06-10:31) SlowPoke: i shorted ISPFH @ 5.85(Jun 06-10:31) 13th_FLOOR: me too aqgain short 5.85
(Jun 06-10:56) 13th_FLOOR: ISPH might break 5.7 downside,if does i think to 5.50's
(Jun 06-10:58) sheezo: here we go ISPH
(Jun 06-11:13) omar: 13th are u still holding isph
(Jun 06-11:15) 13th_FLOOR: yes
(Jun 06-13:24) TomT: damn ISPH IS down
(Jun 06-13:24) TomT: well was down to 5.10
(Jun 06-13:24) 13th_FLOOR: ISPH more down
Reshort at 5.85, covered at 5.25
16% total short profits on ISPH
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Also I look to go long on any of the top 10 or so preleaders in price PLUS volume that have reported earnings since yesterdays close.
my list to scan were:
ISPH TMWD PARL MBRK XJT NSM FPP ONXX NOG PDO

PARL fit the bill perfect:
5:01 p.m. EDT June 5, 2008
Jun 05, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Parlux Fragrances, Inc. (PARL:
announced its results for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008. Sales from continuing operations were $153,696,374 compared to $134,365,094 in the prior year, an increase of 14%.

(Jun 06-09:40) 13th_FLOOR: PARL hod 4.26
(Jun 06-12:51) 13th_FLOOR: PARL not stopping on earnings
(Jun 06-12:52) TomT: damn it just hit 5.
PARL opened at 4.21, hit hod 5.19, closed at 4.90
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and go short on "fluff" news ones when they hit red
TRX fit that bill:

(Jun 06-08:24) 13th_FLOOR: TRX kinda fluffy news imo yest,watching for red
(Jun 06-09:34) 13th_FLOOR: TRX nice red
Opened at 4.92, hit lod 4.34, closed at 4.46

Alot of different ways to make money in the markets,just gotta find yours i guess


























13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63523
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6/9/2008 6:26:14 PM

Today was the best "shorting" day ever for the Top Combo hits.
Simply amazing.
Out of the top 20.......SOIS HDLM SYNM SPF QTWW UNCL RTK XRM FTWR MMPI ICOG NYNY EEE XJT FBR FBTX ENVI TRX SSN HYHY

9 were green then turned red and I mean BIG red in the cases of EEE -14%, XJT - 21%, NYNY - 23% and QTWW - 23%
The others weren't shabby either.

Of the second list 21to 40 there were also 9 that went from green to red.
ROIAK FPP IMB PFB WCI NBF HDSN ROYL HDY KYUS YTBLA VNDA MBI ABK ENT BCON CPSL KOG RCH IAR

WCI ABK MBI PFB were the best at - 10%

This is what I said in the very first post on this Combo scan:

13th_floor 5/8/2008 9:09:16 PM

These stocks are at least 8% ADR(30) AND have run at least 10 times in the last 100 days over 10% in a day.

Use green to red for shorts and red to green for longs.
Great for daytrading, many times very good for short swings as long as you can keep an eye on them.
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This is my primary watchlist for daytrading and again thanks to TRO for the RFR scan and Muddy for adding the ADR30 concept to it.


13th_floor
724 posts
msg #63559
Ignore 13th_floor
6/10/2008 7:12:32 PM

(Jun 10-09:28) 13th_FLOOR: SURG just hit pre with big vol surge

(Jun 10-09:33) 13th_FLOOR: SURG 2.50 cross
late hit on pre leader board.

(Jun 10-09:37) 13th_FLOOR: SURG 2.80

(Jun 10-09:44) sheezo: would have bought SURG at 2.60
(Jun 10-09:44) 13th_FLOOR: thats where i got about….2.56
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2 mins before open I spotted SURG with vol moving big.
SURG went on to hit hod 3.45
That's 35% in less than 6 hours, not 6 months.

Such a simple angle but like taking candy from a baby many times.
And not like there's alot everyday,most days only 1 to 3.

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