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Ray1
20 posts
msg #42430
Ignore Ray1
modified
3/24/2006 7:12:17 PM

I came across yephers rainbow (mma) filter. And seeing that I like to hold stocks a month or so this filter seems to be just the filter Iím looking for. I added EMA (200) increasing for last 4 weeks seem to help cut down on some of the losses. But I was wondering how could I implement the CWMA band crossing over an EMA (200)? Or the bands consolidating before a upward movement in price? Or would it really help this filter any? An example would be FNSR during mid OCT. to NOV.

Fetcher
and volume above 2000000
set{newPlot, cwma(close,3)} on plot price
and draw cwma(close,5) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,7) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,9) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,10) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,30) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,35) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,40) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,45) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,50) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,60) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,70) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,80) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,90) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,100) on plot price
and do not draw bollinger
and Close between 3 and 1
and EMA(200) increasing for the last 4 Weeks
and date offset is 63




TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #42436
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/24/2006 7:33:36 PM

If you look closely, you'll see all you need is the min and max CEMAs.

When they cross, all the lines collapse.

JMHO.


WALLSTREETGENIUS
983 posts
msg #42485
Ignore WALLSTREETGENIUS
3/25/2006 4:40:12 PM

This is the way to get into a NEW trend early W/MMM'S.....


Fetcher[set{newPlot, cema(close,3)}
and draw cema(close,3) on plot wPlot
and draw cema(close,5) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,8) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,10) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,12) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,15) on plot newPlot

and draw cema(close,30) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,35) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,40) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,45) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,50) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,60) on plot newPlot

and EMA(15)crossed above EMA(60)
and volume is above 100000
and close is above 3
and add column average volume(90)
and sort column 3 descending
]





Here's what can happen after just 10-day's.....


Fetcher[set{newPlot, cema(close,3)}
and draw cema(close,3) on plot wPlot
and draw cema(close,5) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,8) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,10) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,12) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,15) on plot newPlot

and draw cema(close,30) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,35) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,40) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,45) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,50) on plot newPlot
and draw cema(close,60) on plot newPlot

and EMA(15)crossed above EMA(60)
and volume is above 100000
and close is above 3
and add column average volume(90)
and sort column 3 descending
and offset is 10-days
]





RIGGS


mktmole
325 posts
msg #42488
Ignore mktmole
3/25/2006 6:36:01 PM

TRO,
When they cross, all the lines collapse.
Could filter be re-coded, simplified, just with Min and Max CEMAs cross-over and obtain same results?
Thanks.MM


TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #42491
Ignore TheRumpledOne
3/25/2006 6:57:28 PM

Yes, pretty much using the min/max gives the same results.

Usually, this technique is used for VISUAL SELECTION rather than computer filtering.

There's nothing wrong with this technique.




alf44
2,025 posts
msg #42495
Ignore alf44
3/25/2006 8:46:32 PM

RumpledOne...

Love ya man...but we've been through this before !

For you to say..."using the min/max gives the same results"...REALLY misses the whole concept of Multiple Moving Averages ! fwiw

Whatever !!!


Regards,

alf44



TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #42516
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
3/26/2006 12:20:20 PM

Alf:

I said there is nothing wrong with this method and that it's usually used for VISUAL selection.

I get the concept.

Can you show me where the min/max misses what the multiple "rainbow" doesn't?

If I am not mistaken, aren't you looking for a crossover?







alf44
2,025 posts
msg #42524
Ignore alf44
3/26/2006 1:47:00 PM

...not gonna rehash this topic here !

If you want my opinions about MMAs...go back and reread yepher's original thread !

Don't really have anything else to add to what I said there !


http://www.stockfetcher.com/stockdb/fetcher?p=forum&sub=view&fid=1002&tid=40174&start=0


Regards,

alf44



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