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traderblues
195 posts
msg #48719
Ignore traderblues
12/20/2006 7:18:08 AM

Muddy,

Thanks for keeping this alive. I may need to give this a closer look.

Nice blog, BTW.


wallman
299 posts
msg #48728
Ignore wallman
12/20/2006 9:26:41 PM

Thanks Traderblues,

Really this thread should be kept alive,this pattern can really give some great results.
Today MAMA gave another 33% for a total of 68% since going green from the flag on 12/15.
SKNN gave another 20% today for a total of 31%

These are pretty big numbers in such a short span.
The really cool thing about the flag,as i mentioned in my blog,is that ones like SKNN can fail the flag pattern to the downside BUT can become ZONE ( ema13/sma20 ) pullbacks.
And the flag pattern all comes from what i think is the best all-purpose filter ever (though they must be charted and i'm afraid too many folks just want the matches and that's it )the Squeeze/Volume increase/Pricebreakout ( sq/vol/br ).


cord1ell
8 posts
msg #48729
Ignore cord1ell
12/20/2006 11:41:32 PM

Muddy,

Would you mind posting your filter for Squeeze/Volume increase/Pricebreakout ( sq/vol/br ) and explain what you look for before entering a trade from that list or a ZONE list?

TY








wallman
299 posts
msg #48731
Ignore wallman
modified
12/21/2006 1:03:14 AM

Simply these for finding sq/vol/br,WHITE candle must be pierced by UBB:

stocks where close gained more than 8 percent over the last one day

stocks where volume is 300 percent above average volume(90)

Use the date offsets to find losers and small gainers in the "performance" column to find the flag pattern AND the Zone pullbacks.
Also use: stocks where close reached a new 52 week high 1 day ago
for finding nice Zone pullbacks on uptrending stocks.Again use date offset losers and chart them.

Myself i never enter on red,only a green hold,that is a price above yesterdays close with at least average volume,preferably greater than average volume

All the info on these patterns is detailed here:
http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/

Please search the older posts in the archives for info and previous picks i found on the recorded dates so you can chart them for an idea of what i look for



cord1ell
8 posts
msg #48737
Ignore cord1ell
12/21/2006 2:39:51 PM

Thanks Wallman and TRO.


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #48733
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/22/2006 7:02:51 PM

Fetcher[
/* White Candle Piercing Upper Bollinger Band */

set{ Squeeze, count( bollinger Width(20,2) below bollinger Width(20,2) 1 day ago, 5) }

Squeeze above 0

and close is between 1 and 10
and close above open
and close above the upper bollinger band (20)
and open below the upper bollinger band (20)

and close gained more than 8 percent over the last one day

and volume is 300 percent above average volume(90)

and add column average volume(90)

sort column 5 descending

draw ema(13)
draw ma(20)
draw bollinger band(20)

]



Fetcher[
/* New 52 week High */
set{New52Hi, count(close reached a new 52 week high 1 day ago, 5) }

add column average volume(90)
add column New52Hi


and close is between 1 and 10
New52Hi above 0

sort column 5 descending

draw ema(13)
draw ma(20)
draw bollinger band(20)

]




Fetcher[
/* MUDDY ZONE FILTER */

set{uBB, count(HIGH above the upper bollinger band (20),5)}

add column average volume(90)
add column uBB

and close is between 1 and 10
and close below ema(13)
and close above ma(20)

sort column 5 descending

draw ema(13)
draw ma(20)
draw bollinger band(20)
]



I left out the "Bells and Whistles".

Wallman, please let me know if you approve.













TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #48771
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/24/2006 11:31:53 AM

Fetcher[
/* Doublers */

set{diff, weekly high minus weekly low}
set{dtest, diff / weekly open }
set{doubles, count( dtest above 2 , 100 ) }

add column doubles
and add column average volume(90)

/* price selection criteria */

low 52 week low above .5
high 52 week high below 20

doubles above 0

sort column 5 descending
]




Fetcher[
/* RUNNERS */

set{ctest, count( close gained more than 10% , 1) }
set{vtest, count( volume above average volume(90) , 1 ) }
set{x, ctest + vtest }
set{runner, count( x equal 2, 100) }

add column runner
and add column average volume(90)

/* price selection criteria */

low 52 week low above .5
high 52 week high below 20

runner above 0

sort column 5 descending

]



Got this idea from Wallman's blog.

Adjust the price selection criteria to set your target price range. The runner column tells you how many times the stock "ran" in the last 100 days. To mine for stocks, use date adjust 100 days, date adjust 200 days, etc.














bloosteak
35 posts
msg #49060
Ignore bloosteak
modified
1/8/2007 4:39:20 PM

I put together some of the parts in this thread
and I came up with a filter that backtested -148% ROI, LOL.

It's a pretty good short list if you spot RSI or MACD divergences, the divergences seem pretty reliable.

Of course you should also do research on the stock first


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #49227
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
1/13/2007 6:24:12 PM

Fetcher[
/* RUNNERS that gained at least 50% in a day */

set{ctest, count( close gained more than 50% , 1) }

set{crunner, count( ctest equal 1, 100) }

and add column crunner
and add column average volume(90)

/* selection criteria */

crunner above 0

average volume(90) above 50000

close above .10

sort column 5 descending

market is nasdaq
]





TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #49228
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
1/13/2007 6:36:08 PM

Fetcher[
/* RUNNERS - that ran at least 100% */

set{diff, high - close 1 day ago}
set{ctest, count( diff above close 1 day ago , 1) }

set{crunner, count( ctest equal 1, 100) }

and add column crunner
and add column average volume(90)

/* selection criteria */

close 100 days ago above 0

crunner above 0

average volume(90) above 50000

close above .10

sort column 5 descending

market is nasdaq
]




Learned something new while working on this filter.

Before I had this statement:

close 100 days ago above 0

there were stocks that were less than 100 days old that had incorrect results.

Hey SF, we need a "days old" variable so we can test/display how many days old a stock is.




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