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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #38605
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/29/2005 3:22:44 AM

Fetcher[
set{H_H1, high - high 1 day ago }
set{H_H1tr, H_H1 * count(H_H1 above 0, 1)}

set{L1_L, Low 1 day ago - low }
set{L1_Ltr, L1_L * count(L1_L above 0, 1)}


set{HiOp, high - open}
set{HiOptr, HiOp * count(HiOp above 0, 1)}

set{OpLo, open - low}
set{OpLotr, OpLo * count(OpLo above 0, 1)}


set{candletop, max(open 1 day ago, close 1 day ago)}
set{TopHi, high - candletop}
set{TopHitr, TopHi * count(TopHi above 0, 1)}


set{candlebot, min(open 1 day ago, close 1 day ago)}
set{BotLo, candlebot - low}
set{BotLotr, BotLo * count(BotLo above 0, 1)}


add column HiOptr
add column TopHitr
add column H_H1tr


add column OpLotr
add column BotLotr
add column L1_Ltr

close > 20

and avg vol(5) > 1000000
and avg vol(30) > 1000000
]



Keep it simple.

Use standard plays like crossovers.

Simple math: 1000 shares * $.10/share = $100.

How many trades per day do you need?

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.



TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #38607
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/29/2005 1:24:55 PM

Fetcher[
set{TH_YH, high - high 1 day ago }
set{TH_YHtr, TH_YH * count(TH_YH above 0, 1)}

set{YL_TL, Low 1 day ago - low }
set{YL_TLtr, YL_TL * count(YL_TL above 0, 1)}


set{TH_TO, high - open}
set{TH_TOtr, TH_TO * count(TH_TO above 0, 1)}

set{TO_TL, open - low}
set{TO_TLtr, TO_TL * count(TO_TL above 0, 1)}


set{candletop, max(open 1 day ago, close 1 day ago)}
set{YCT, high - candletop}
set{YCTtr, YCT * count(YCT above 0, 1)}


set{candlebot, min(open 1 day ago, close 1 day ago)}
set{YCB, candlebot - low}
set{YCBtr, YCB * count(YCB above 0, 1)}


add column TH_TOtr
add column YCTtr
add column TH_YHtr


add column TO_TLtr
add column YCBtr
add column YL_TLtr

close > 20

and avg vol(5) > 1000000
and avg vol(30) > 1000000
]



I think I have figured out a naming convention for SF set variables

XY where

for X:

T = Today
Y = Yesterday

for Y:

O = Open
H = High
L = Low
C = Close
CB = candle bottom
CT = candle top

Since we are usually subtracting to find the values, you would know that
TH_TOtr has something to do with Today's High minus Today's Open.

If we can gravitate to a naming convention, it would allow us to understand each other's filters quicker.

Thoughts, comments, suggestions?

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLTE.


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