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deprez
60 posts
msg #28119
Ignore deprez
8/28/2003 2:07:12 AM

I had some good success with this filter,
so I thought I would share it.

Here is my GOGO Filter:

Fetcher[
high is above 14 day high 1 day ago and lrs(45) is above 0 and ma(4) crossed above upper keltner band(14) and 14 day slope of rsi(14) is above 0 and close is between 1 and 7 and date offset is 0
]



Geodepe

This filter is ;)copyleft




risjr
123 posts
msg #28127
Ignore risjr
8/28/2003 10:29:49 AM

Hey Geodepe,

You must be having DANG GOOD SUCCESS WITH THIS FILTER!!

Many double digit returns in less than 3 days?!?!?

And high percentage hits too!

Dude, you really know how to buy high and sell higher!!

Thanks a whole lot for sharing this!!

You must have worked on this quite awhile? Keltner is really new stuff!!

Great Job

and Good Tradin'

Ron


jthehut
124 posts
msg #28131
Ignore jthehut
8/28/2003 11:14:26 AM

I like the concept of your filter deprez.

I also got stopped out today several times using this. (actually I only paper traded your filter this AM)

Are you using higher % stops with this, or are you using standard 2%?
Just curious,
M


deprez
60 posts
msg #28133
Ignore deprez
8/28/2003 1:42:27 PM

I may be a little crazy but I set my trailing stop at 10%.
This is more as a security blanket and
I don't like getting stopped because of small %.
The stock needs some "breathing room".
I would take a sharp look at the preceding trough and
consider that as the Primary Resistence.
Ideally, we want to have good peak/trough progression and
a lower trough in the trading time frame would spell trouble.
If the 10% stop price is below the trough price,
then I think the trough price should be your stop +/- breathing room.


risjr
123 posts
msg #28134
Ignore risjr
8/28/2003 1:50:04 PM

Hey Geodepe,

You must be having DANG GOOD SUCCESS WITH THIS FILTER!!

Many double digit returns in less than 3 days?!?!?

And high percentage hits too!

Dude, you really know how to buy high and sell higher!!

Thanks a whole lot for sharing this!!

You must have worked on this quite awhile? Keltner is really new stuff!!

Great Job

and Good Tradin'

Ron


deprez
60 posts
msg #28135
Ignore deprez
8/28/2003 1:57:32 PM

Also,the previous peak is a resistance line now.
We should have a primary trend line supporting our price as well.
A break out of the primary trend could spell disaster well before your stop.



muddytraks
40 posts
msg #28146
Ignore muddytraks
8/28/2003 11:17:56 PM

I like the rounded bottoms (cup shape) on most charte. Why the price range you have. Some of the better looking charts ard the higher priced ones. Do you have 1 other filter you like


deprez
60 posts
msg #28147
Ignore deprez
8/29/2003 12:15:52 AM

Muddytraks,

Me thinks % returns are higher in lower priced stocks.
A $1 move has more affect on a smaller stock price.
1+1=2=1*1+1=100% gain,
10+1=11=10+10*0.1=10% gain,
100+1=101=100+100*0.01=1% gain.
Less capital is needed to make same amount in lower priced stocks.
I will sometimes raise that bar to around $12, if not enough choices.
And I will hold stocks into the higher prices if the trend continues.
I use many filters.I will post them eventually.

In the meantime,
I suggest looking for stocks that hug an upper pair of bollinger bands.
I use three bollinger bands at 0.85,1,1.85 standard deviations.
I also like to have a set of three moving averages all in synchronized order of 4/8/14 where ma(4)>ma(8)>ma(14).


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #28153
Ignore txtrapper
8/29/2003 8:27:29 AM

Jim Wycoff...Triple-Moving Average

The relation of the three moving averages can help to better and more quickly define the strength of the trend and provide shorter-term trading clues. For example, if the 4-period moving average crosses above the 9-period average, but the 9-period is still below the 18-period, that signals a trend change may be on the horizon, but it's best to wait for the 9-period to cross above the 18-period for a better reading of the trend change.

txtrapper




deprez
60 posts
msg #28163
Ignore deprez
8/30/2003 4:09:35 PM

Right on TxTrapper.

The cross above ma(8)&ma(14) is what we want.

Careful on the sell point. MA(4) cross below may be late.



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