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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28220
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9/1/2003 7:21:03 PM

Joe G.:

Thanks for the compliments. Perhaps, now, we can get on with making money.

I have spelled out my philosophy before: WHAT WORKS.

Do WHAT WORKS for YOU as long as it keeps working.
Pay attention so when it quits working you can make adjustments and corrections.

Hey, if my filters don't work for you, that's ok. Trust me, I am NOT twisting anyone's arm. I would rather see someone do whatever works for them instead of struggle with something that doesn't work.

BEST OF LUCK WITH YOUR FILTERS AND TRADES.

TAKE ALL YOU CAN... GIVE NONE BACK.





TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28221
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9/1/2003 7:22:52 PM

Rrochon:

I don't know if you are pulling my leg or not...

Just in case...

Fetcher[rsi(2) below 10]



Add your own volume and price ranges.

MAY THE TRADE BE WITH YOU.




JoeGrossinger
165 posts
msg #28262
Ignore JoeGrossinger
9/2/2003 2:52:41 PM

Well, a lot of claims get tossed about but very little evidence is ever offered.
Indeed the bottom crap that has the close below the volume bars will give you a high return, those that are mentioned that is. The losers, equally high in percent but percent lost never get mentioned.
I display all the stocks I buy and sell. Losers and winners. Its all out in the open for folks to see and judge.

http://www.koliga.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=19&sid=2b879dd544b8123fff2922db9fd71d4f

Right now after only two weeks the annualized gains are 430%.
This is for a nearly automatic system that requires very little work and very low risk. The stocks are stocks that are going up, not swimming with the volume bars. Less risk. Lower return perhaps, that remains to be seen but for certain, less risk.

You RSI(2) folks can talk all you want to. But I challenge any of you to post a system on my forum with stock picks a day ahead of opening and keep track the way I do. All open and above board.
Just open your $5,000 fictional account, post the rules of how you buy and sell and then maintain the account daily. Go ahead. You will then have to post your losers along with your winners and subtract loses from gains. That will put quite a dent in your so-called profits.

Send me an email and let me know the name of your system and I will establish your very own forum, just like I did for my simple system.
jgrossi1@elp.rr.com

Talk is cheap and I can pick a really stunning winner from last week and then write some cheapo filter that pretends to find it.
The object of my Simple System is not to brag but to offer a sound trading strategy a person can use day in and day out.

http://www.koliga.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=19

It's all there from the filter to the stock picks to the results.
Stories are cheap - it's performance, proven performance that counts.


JoeGrossinger
165 posts
msg #28263
Ignore JoeGrossinger
9/2/2003 2:53:48 PM

Well, a lot of claims get tossed about but very little evidence is ever offered.
Indeed the bottom crap that has the close below the volume bars will give you a high return, those that are mentioned that is. The losers, equally high in percent but percent lost never get mentioned.
I display all the stocks I buy and sell. Losers and winners. Its all out in the open for folks to see and judge.

http://www.koliga.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=19&sid=2b879dd544b8123fff2922db9fd71d4f

Right now after only two weeks the annualized gains are 430%.
This is for a nearly automatic system that requires very little work and very low risk. The stocks are stocks that are going up, not swimming with the volume bars. Less risk. Lower return perhaps, that remains to be seen but for certain, less risk.

You RSI(2) folks can talk all you want to. But I challenge any of you to post a system on my forum with stock picks a day ahead of opening and keep track the way I do. All open and above board.
Just open your $5,000 fictional account, post the rules of how you buy and sell and then maintain the account daily. Go ahead. You will then have to post your losers along with your winners and subtract loses from gains. That will put quite a dent in your so-called profits.

Send me an email and let me know the name of your system and I will establish your very own forum, just like I did for my simple system.
jgrossi1@elp.rr.com

Talk is cheap and I can pick a really stunning winner from last week and then write some cheapo filter that pretends to find it.
The object of my Simple System is not to brag but to offer a sound trading strategy a person can use day in and day out.

http://www.koliga.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=19

It's all there from the filter to the stock picks to the results.
Stories are cheap - it's performance, proven performance that counts.


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28267
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/2/2003 4:16:58 PM

I posted my picks on SF last night, you didn't. You lose. It's shut up time, for Joe G.

And let's see...

MIKN up

IGLD up

XLA up

and wild card GENR up!




JoeGrossinger
165 posts
msg #28277
Ignore JoeGrossinger
9/2/2003 6:02:47 PM

OK Johnny, errr, Rumple, you can sit down now.
Thank Holy Grail for the nice picks.
This is the wrong thread for your infernal, unending bragging. You should have posted your crowing on the game thread.

Anyways, I post my picks every day for every one to see at
http://www.koliga.com/forum/index.php?c=5

Sometimes adults have things to do and can't play with Avery, but I do track my stock picks daily where I have been all along.

Run along now Sonny boy


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28290
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/2/2003 10:41:57 PM

Joe G., you are the one who said I wouldn't post picks.

Face it, you chickened out. I put up. You didn't. It was put up or shut up. All you had to do was post your picks. And see if I would show up. But you didn't.

Now you accuse me of asking HolyGrail for picks.

I think Mr. T. said it best... "I pity the fool..."







rrochon
117 posts
msg #28303
Ignore rrochon
9/3/2003 3:32:58 PM

Rump,

I have been trying to paper trade your RS(2)<10 filter and am wondering how you exit a trade?

Do you use a % below cost S/L, or sell if the low of the day is below the low of yesterday, or use one of the TA indicators to determine when to exit?

Thanks for your help.

Dick


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28313
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/3/2003 10:09:10 PM

When do I exit a swing trade?

Using Daily Charts....

1) If it hits upper linear regression, that's simple I sell.

2) If it is peaking on RSI(2), once again I sell.

3) For each day I am in the stock, I make sure I get my 2% profit, so if it starts to drop and is near my minimum profit, I sell.

You have to decide for yourself how much profit is enough.

And if the stock goes up after you sell... SO WHAT? Anything can happen.

Today I sold NXTL and it went up after I sold and then it TANKED. That is just what happens, stocks go up and down.

You never go broke taking profits.

TAKE ALL YOU CAN, GIVE NONE BACK.




rrochon
117 posts
msg #28344
Ignore rrochon
9/5/2003 2:56:31 PM

Rump,

I am trying to paper trade your RSI(2) and want to know how you select the stock; by the lowest RSI(2), the highest volume, the lowest price, or rank them and take the lowest total score of lowest price, highest volumn and lowest RSI(2). Or how?

Thanks again,

Dick




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