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pirate67
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msg #88509
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2/21/2010 11:22:01 PM

Chetron, yes, your filter does catch some of the moves the same as using the stochastic(10,3) but the latter is more selective and often gives better results. For example if you look at HAL on Jan 26th your filter shows it as a buy. Looking at the double stochastic(10,3):
January 29th it bottoms, makes a peak on Feb 3rd and Feb 8th makes a higher bottom before taking off again.

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