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decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #61090
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4/4/2008 1:41:37 PM

New kid on the block here so I'm a little out of my element.

Has anyone developed a ParabolicSAR so that it can be used to filter stocks?

decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #61091
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4/4/2008 1:51:36 PM

Can't believe I didn't see the prior ParabolicSar filter section. Thanks rtucker!

cdance
17 posts
msg #61115
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4/4/2008 10:34:14 PM

hey decipherlinda ----- i'm the poster of the latest Parabolic SAR thread. I'd be interested to work with you on any ideas......

decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #61162
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4/6/2008 7:10:50 PM

Hi Cdance

Would be very interested in working with you. Should we move discussion to "General Discussion" or share an email and continue offline?

cdance
17 posts
msg #61210
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4/8/2008 12:19:38 AM

We can just post here..what's your current filter? Mine is above,

decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #61219
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4/8/2008 9:11:38 AM

Cdance, I can see from your post on your ParabolicSAR that you're way ahead of me. I was interested in filtering for new uptrends with SAR. I don't think it's a perfect option but tends to coincide with a crossover MA(3) or (5) although they both come to the party late at times. There was an article in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities last year about using MA's this way and mentioned SAR at the end when they found there were a lot of whipsaws they couldn't get around. I look to combine this type of timing with strategies for finding good stocks. Not satisfied with IBD's. Neophyte here.

Where do you stand on the debate about charting being all you need to know about a stock is its chart?


decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #61241
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4/8/2008 5:53:42 PM

I was looking for a simple screener for stocks that had just turned positive using SARS. Here it is:

Show stocks where high > Parabolic Sar
and high 1 day ago < Parabolic Sar 1 day ago


rtucker
318 posts
msg #61247
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4/8/2008 7:55:19 PM

"strategies for finding good stocks. Not satisfied with IBD's. Neophyte here.
Where do you stand on the debate about charting being all you need to know about a stock is its chart?"


All known IS in the chart and, thats not good enough for a lot of people.

If you are looking for context try this guy:

http://www.fundmymutualfund.com/

Read his last six months and you will see he has a pretty good idea of where the momentum is / will be.

Use his site for stock selection. Come here and read these forums for how to trade'em


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