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msg #39305
Ignore p0op0op
12/3/2005 2:37:12 PM

I'm trying to develop a filter that screens for flat bases. Lenght in time, run-up, price do not matter at this point. Anyone have an idea of how to do this. One example of what I'm looking for is THOR. Prior to this weeks break out, it exibited a nice looking flat base.



81 posts
msg #39372
Ignore rharmelink
12/5/2005 2:20:58 AM

One thing you may want to add to TRO's script in the other thread is a measure of standard deviation over the time frame you're looking for the base.

15 posts
msg #39375
Ignore p0op0op
12/5/2005 6:44:11 AM

At the risk of sounding like a lazy idiot...

Do you have an idea of the kind of script you're talking about. Is this a "canned" filter that I can find? Any help here would be greatly appreciated -thanks.


171 posts
msg #39384
Ignore drew9
12/5/2005 1:08:14 PM


Here is one you may try for a starting point. It does not backtest real well but can help you to manually pick out channeling stocks and follow them.

100-day Channel approaching Bottom and close above 3
and Average Volume(30) is above 100000
and add column RSI(2)
and add column Bollinger %B(20,2.0)
and draw RSI(2)



184 posts
msg #39385
Ignore as214
12/5/2005 2:21:27 PM

Try He has screens for cup n handle, double bottom, flat base, and base.. Made me alot of money!!

3 posts
msg #39739
Ignore takbir
12/22/2005 10:23:17 PM

IBD Style flat base breakout:

Some one wrote article about this on Dec 20,05. How does one write a formula.
Can someone help

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