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msg #52093
Ignore freedom_trader25
6/9/2007 12:14:43 AM

I'm fairly new to stockfetcher, but I was wondering if anyone knew any good formula's that could find stocks for either day-trading, or 2-3 day potential trades?

6,358 posts
msg #52095
Ignore TheRumpledOne
6/9/2007 1:01:14 AM

Check out the Gap Fill filter.

2,824 posts
msg #52098
Ignore nikoschopen
6/9/2007 1:16:25 AM

Are you fairly new to StockFetcher or new to daytrading in general? I advise you to not daytrade until you have a sound principle, including your own system, under your belt. Borrowing other people's "formula" to make a quick bang for the buck is a recipe for disaster.

Just my otherwise useless 2-cents. (Not that I have anything against daytrading.)

439 posts
msg #52099
Ignore petrolpeter
6/9/2007 1:28:22 AM

Increasing OBV is always a good thing.

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msg #52152
Ignore sbushnik
6/11/2007 2:25:20 PM

Increasing OBV is great. If you include a moving averge cross it would also help. I like using the 50day moving average as support - work well in a bull market.

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