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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #60955
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
4/1/2008 5:53:59 PM

klynn55
- Ignore klynn55 4/1/2008 5:46:33 PM

TRO:
my troubles lie in my wallet! I'm less $500. i bought an intraday program when i specifically told you I traded EOD. You have not helped me, you took from me.
How much you have helped others is not my concern, i don't know that. I know you misused your name and reputation and took from me. therfore; i'll warn others. It's simple to issue a refund , is it not. After all what is $500.00 to a
successful trader?

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No Klynn, your troubles lie with your ATTITUDE!

Have you forgotten how many emails went back and forth of me giving you assistance?





chetron
2,817 posts
msg #60956
Ignore chetron
modified
4/1/2008 5:55:10 PM

UNBELIEVEABLE.... ALWAYS SOMEONE ELSE'S FAULT. this individual IS JUST USING YOU AS A SUBSTITUTE TO VENT this individuals LIFE FAILURES.


how much money did you reel in on those emails. lol. must have totalled a bunch, seeing how mad this individual is. lol

klynn55
425 posts
msg #60958
Ignore klynn55
4/1/2008 6:27:32 PM

Anyone want to buy TROS method, i cant trade it i have a job in the field!

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #60959
Ignore nikoschopen
4/1/2008 6:33:54 PM

Klynn, I'm gonna go through a few lines from TRO's filter so pay attention.

TRO, I have yet to see you provide a detailed explanation for our newbie brethren. If it's so difficult for you to explain the intricacies of ure filter in plain english, why the hell do you even bother creating, let alone sharing, so damn many in the first place?!


code

set{hiop, high - open}

Here an array called "hiop" is literally "today's high minus today's low". Hence, the value you would see in the column named "hiop" would be their difference.

set{ t1, count( ema(5) 1 day ago above ema(5) 2 days ago, 1 ) }

This combines the count function within a set statement. Simply, an array called "t1" is created from the value derived from the count function. Count() is used to "count up" or measure how many times a given condition you specify occured within a specified time. works like a conditional statement that spits out 1 if the condition is true; otherwise 0.

As such, in the above count() you'll notice the condition "ema(5) 1 day ago above ema(5) 2 days ago" followed by 1 as the lookback parameter. This means "within the last 1 day, ema(5) 1 day ago is above ema(5) 2 days ago". If this condition happens to be TRUE, namely yesterday's ema(5) is indeed above ema(5) 2 days ago, then the value of 1 is assigned to "t1"

set{ t2, count( ema(5) 1 day ago above ema(5) , 1 ) }

Here again, if the condition stipulated within the count() is TRUE, then "t2" will spit out 1.

set{ top123, t1 * t2 }

Here ure multiplying the values from the above two set statements. If the conditions were TRUE for both sets, you would see a value of 1 for "top123" (1 x 1 = 1). But suppose only one of the two has a value is TRUE. In such a case, "top123" will spit out 0 (1 x 0 = 0).

set{ days_top , days(top123 equal 0,100) }

Here, the "days since" function is used to find when a given condition occured within the last x days. Unlike count(), that is used to measure how many time a given condition occured, days() is used to measure how many days ago a given condition occured.

In the above set statement, the condition is "top123 equal 0" and the parameter for the lookback is 100. So it literally means how many days ago, within the last 100 days, did this condition occureds?

set{ b1, count( ema(5) 1 day ago below ema(5) 2 days ago, 1 ) }

This means "how many times within the last 1 day did ema(5) 1 day ago (eg. yesterday's ema(5)) is below ema(5) 2 days ago?".

set{ b2, count( ema(5) 1 day ago below ema(5) , 1 ) }

Ditto.

set{ bot123, b1 * b2 }

Add up the values from "b1" and "b2".

set{ days_bot , days(bot123 equal 0,100) }

Within the last 100 days, when did "bot123 equaled 0"?

set{E5b,days(close is above ema(5),100)}

Within the last 100 days, when was "close is above ema(5)"?

set{E5a,days(close is below ema(5),100)}

Within the last 100 days, when was "close is below ema(5)"?

set{CxE5, E5a - E5b}

Subtract the value derived from e5b from the value derived from E5a


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #60960
Ignore nikoschopen
4/1/2008 6:41:44 PM

I can't hell believe TRO charged you money after all the countless self-serving posts to the contrary about how he "generously" gives his filters for free. This is especially noteworthy in light of the fact that he was personally banned, according to his own admission, from Tradestation and eSignal for giving "freebies"--for a donation, of course, . Some donation as I see now!

klynn55
425 posts
msg #60962
Ignore klynn55
4/1/2008 7:21:43 PM

Now to beat all when i pulled up TRO's TRAPLINE method i get the message from AVG the free edition anti virus quote: beware Trojan Horse Generic10.GPR, now what the helll do i do?

klynn55
425 posts
msg #60963
Ignore klynn55
4/1/2008 7:28:34 PM

All: i see nothing wrong with selling a method, but if it is not as advertised, refund the money cheerfully! If you don't refund , you are simply a thief!

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #60964
Ignore TheRumpledOne
4/1/2008 8:48:46 PM

nikoschopen

I can't hell believe TRO charged you money after all the countless self-serving posts to the contrary about how he "generously" gives his filters for free. This is especially noteworthy in light of the fact that he was personally banned, according to his own admission, from Tradestation and eSignal for giving "freebies"--for a donation, of course, . Some donation as I see now!
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Klynn purchased an eBook.



TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #60965
Ignore TheRumpledOne
4/1/2008 8:50:01 PM

"TRO, I have yet to see you provide a detailed explanation for our newbie brethren. If it's so difficult for you to explain the intricacies of ure filter in plain english, why the hell do you even bother creating, let alone sharing, so damn many in the first place?!"
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Some people find the filters I post useful and profitable.

Can't please all the people, all the time.



klynn55
425 posts
msg #60966
Ignore klynn55
4/1/2008 8:54:27 PM

TRO: if i find out your ebook transmitted a trojanhorse, you better get a good attorney!



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