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WALLSTREETGENIUS
983 posts
msg #66351
Ignore WALLSTREETGENIUS
8/18/2008 9:53:08 AM

I have NO IDEA where Riggs got the idea you have to make 10 or 40 trades a day with this method. Usually, only 1 or 2 trades per stock.
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Oh I don't know Avery....maybe they were QUOTES from your OWN thread?...LOL

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"If I trade 20 stocks a day and nets $.10 per share per stock, that's a net $2,000 a day or $500k a year. There is no need to be greedy."


" don't necessarily wait for the gap to fill to take my profit. I take it WHEN I CAN!! 1000 * $.10 = $100!
Do that with 10 STOCKS that fill the gap 80% of the time and you make $1000 a day. Simple."



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This is what happens when you just run your mouth....you soon forget what you say half the time...



RIGGS









TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #66352
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/18/2008 9:56:22 AM

That's NOT 20 trades on the same stock!!

WALLSTREETGENIUS
983 posts
msg #66356
Ignore WALLSTREETGENIUS
8/18/2008 11:07:07 AM

...who cares what you mean Avery! You need to quit while you're behind man...

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #66366
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/18/2008 3:46:54 PM

AAPL gapped down today so the trade was long at $175.67

AAPL high today was 177.81.

You can take dimes or dollars.

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #66383
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/19/2008 4:14:39 AM

More on statistics:

The Statistic Analysis of Market Movements and Their Prognoses

http://articles.mql4.com/644?source=mql4email

luc1grunt
622 posts
msg #66384
Ignore luc1grunt
8/19/2008 6:17:02 AM

Avery, the statistic tools you provide are invaluable. You have made a task that would have taken many hours to code and provided it for FREE to everyone.

You can't be thanked enough.

Using it and applying it are up to the user. You "get it" or you don't.

Grunt

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #66414
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
8/19/2008 9:16:53 PM

Fetcher[
/* Overnight vs Daily performance */

set{ opcl1, open - close 1 day ago }
set{ clop, close - open }

set{ nightup, count( opcl1 above 0, 100) }
set{ dayup, count( clop above 0, 100) }

set{chgn, sum( opcl1 ,5)}
set{chgd, sum( clop ,5)}

set{chgn100, sum( opcl1 ,100)}
set{chgd100, sum( clop ,100)}

/* DISPLAY COLUMNS */

and add column nightup
and add column dayup
and add column opcl1
and add column clop
add column chgn100
add column chgd100


and add column separator
add column chgn{(wkn)}
add column chgn 1 week ago{(-1wkn)}
add column chgn 2 weeks ago{(-2wkn)}
add column chgn 3 weeks ago{(-3wkn)}
add column chgn 4 weeks ago{(-4wkn)}
add column chgn 5 weeks ago{(-5wkn)}
add column chgn 6 weeks ago{(-6wkn)}
add column chgn 7 weeks ago{(-7wkn)}
add column chgn 8 weeks ago{(-8wkn)}
and add column separator

add column chgd{(wkd)}
add column chgd 1 week ago{(-1wkd)}
add column chgd 2 weeks ago{(-2wkd)}
add column chgd 3 weeks ago{(-3wkd)}
add column chgd 4 weeks ago{(-4wkd)}
add column chgd 5 weeks ago{(-5wkd)}
add column chgd 6 weeks ago{(-6wkd)}
add column chgd 7 weeks ago{(-7wkd)}
add column chgd 8 weeks ago{(-8wkd)}
and add column separator

/* SELECTION CRITERIA */

nightup above 60
average volume(90) above 1000000

/* SORT CRITERIA */

SORT COLUMN 5 DESCENDING
]




Fetcher[
/* Overnight vs Daily performance NIGHT CRAWLERS */

set{ opcl1, open - close 1 day ago }
set{ clop, close - open }
set{ hiop, high - open }
set{ oplo, open - low }
set{ locl, close - low }

set{ nightup, count( opcl1 above 0, 100) }
set{ dayup, count( clop above 0, 100) }

set{chgn, sum( opcl1 ,5)}
set{chgd, sum( clop ,5)}

set{chgn100, sum( opcl1 ,100)}
set{chgd100, sum( clop ,100)}
set{hiop100, sum( hiop ,100)}
set{oplo100, sum( oplo ,100)}
set{locl100, sum( locl ,100)}

/* DISPLAY COLUMNS */

and add column nightup
and add column dayup
and add column opcl1
and add column clop
add column chgn100
add column chgd100
add column hiop100
add column oplo100
add column locl100

and add column separator
/* SELECTION CRITERIA */

nightup above 60
average volume(90) above 1000000

/* SORT CRITERIA */

SORT COLUMN 5 DESCENDING
]





Fetcher[
/* Overnight vs Daily performance DAY RUNNERS */

set{ opcl1, open - close 1 day ago }
set{ clop, close - open }
set{ hiop, high - open }
set{ oplo, open - low }
set{ locl, close - low }

set{ nightup, count( opcl1 above 0, 100) }
set{ dayup, count( clop above 0, 100) }

set{chgn, sum( opcl1 ,5)}
set{chgd, sum( clop ,5)}

set{chgn100, sum( opcl1 ,100)}
set{chgd100, sum( clop ,100)}
set{hiop100, sum( hiop ,100)}
set{oplo100, sum( oplo ,100)}
set{locl100, sum( locl ,100)}

/* DISPLAY COLUMNS */

and add column nightup
and add column dayup
and add column opcl1
and add column clop
add column chgn100
add column chgd100
add column hiop100
add column oplo100
add column locl100

and add column separator
/* SELECTION CRITERIA */

dayup above 60
average volume(90) above 1000000

/* SORT CRITERIA */

SORT COLUMN 6 DESCENDING
]





Looks like the idea of statistical trading is becoming popular:

http://www.sfomag.com/article.aspx?ID=1208

If you use a symlist as your selection criteria, this filter becomes a display/report of your list's performance.

column chgn100 is sum of the overnight profit/loss
column chgd100 is sum of the daily profit/loss
column hiop100 is sum of the open to high profit/loss
column oplo100 is sum of the open to low profit/loss
column oplo100 is sum of the low to close profit/loss


symlist(GHM,GMXR,CNQR,CELG,RIMM,APEI,ISYS,WGOV,AFAM,BUCY,CF,IDSA,SYUT,KSU,EZPW,KNDL,OLN,FLS,DXPE,EME,ENS,BABY,URBN,IIVI,WLL,WAB,CMED,CYBS,CSH,CEDC,MPWR,ANSS,QSII,WBSN,IIIN,BWLD,FLIR,CLHB,CIR,RBN,APH,WRC,ARO,GTLS,HIL,LPHI,TISI,MANT,AXYS,AZZ,BRKR,BIDU,LMIA,MA,HLF,EDU,KOP,SONO,PLXS,JST,PWR,ATVI,FMC,UTHR,AMED,BKE,PMTC,IT,ENSG,NDSN,GRC,SOHU,ICLR,PRXL,SXE,VAR,BMI,SY,SYNA,NCIT,SCL,SWN,SNHY,ESRX,SKH,AAPL,MSCC,NFLX,CSX,ROC,NETL,KNXA,TDY,IWOV,TRLG,FORR,HUBG,NPK,PVA,ITRI)

guru_trader
485 posts
msg #66624
Ignore guru_trader
modified
8/24/2008 8:00:54 PM

TRO, you did it again ... you sent me down that rabbit hole, i spent at least an hour reading through that site ... and here's one of the carrots I found ...

Problems of Technical Analysis Revisited
http://articles.mql4.com/489

TRO, you need to post all your links on a single thread.

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More on statistics:

The Statistic Analysis of Market Movements and Their Prognoses

http://articles.mql4.com/644?source=mql4email


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #66634
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/25/2008 12:54:53 AM

I didn't send you, you went there on own free will...LOL!



ehansen6
28 posts
msg #66651
Ignore ehansen6
8/25/2008 6:58:00 PM

TRO,
I've been on vacation and haven't read anything for a while. So which one of these filters do you use the most. I've been sorting through all of them but there is a lot. I'm really liking what I see on the "fad the gap" strategy.

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