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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #35657
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4/19/2005 2:57:29 PM

Well looks like ALTI and MCZ went up!

The QQQQ went up.

Anyone still doubt RSI(2)?




TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #35659
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4/19/2005 8:16:13 PM

FRIDAY TUESDAY
BOOM 24.15 27.6
SCHN 27.10 28.39
FFIV 44.17 46.95
SINA 27.35 28.59
MRVL 32.92 34.64
ADBE 60.66 58.79
CRDN 18.46 18.87



marine2
829 posts
msg #35660
Ignore marine2
4/19/2005 10:10:13 PM

TheRumpledOne; we know you love RSI(2). It works for you and others so be proud of your achievements and you can now stop advertising so hard. The ones that don't believe it by now will never believe it. Nice work in showing the forum community your great filter find.


bvonmoss
16 posts
msg #35661
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4/19/2005 10:32:31 PM

Wait, is there more to it than the 200 day low of RSI(2)? Didn't IBM have the lowest RSI(2) around Friday? Why was BOOM an RSI(2) candidate and not IBM? What else am I missing?



TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #35662
Ignore TheRumpledOne
4/20/2005 12:26:17 AM

IBM has a NEGATIVE LINEAR REGRESSION.

Look at my posts... all the stocks are in an uptrend.


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #35663
Ignore TheRumpledOne
4/20/2005 12:40:38 AM

marine2 4/19/2005 10:10:13 PM

TheRumpledOne; we know you love RSI(2). It works for you and others so be proud of your achievements and you can now stop advertising so hard. The ones that don't believe it by now will never believe it. Nice work in showing the forum community your great filter find.


Marine2:

Perhaps if you ignored this thread you wouldn't be bothered by it... a little something for you to consider.






marine2
829 posts
msg #35665
Ignore marine2
4/20/2005 2:14:18 PM

TheRumpledOne, as they often say, ignorance is bliss. But, for me, ignorance is being halfway to being an alzheimers patient. Since your marketing your web site pretty hard I can see why your advertising so much. I dont believe this what this site is all about, giving people like yourself free ad space to bring people to your site and develope yourself into the business you so desire. No one in here has pushed their specific filter creation like you have so the proof is in the filter exchange you continue on with. When you say this thread is bothering me, well, not hardly, I like you, love the ability to express my opinions to a particular thread. So no, I say this, my comments back must be bothering you which isn't my purpose here. Also, since my last thread I did congratulate you on providing the forum members a nice filter to try out. But, I guess you missed that. It's all ok though. I am not into back slaps.

As you always say "may all your fills be complete", I will echo that.


Way2Late
37 posts
msg #35670
Ignore Way2Late
4/20/2005 7:18:51 PM

Lets take a look at the QQQQs for the last year. There have been 5 times in the last year the RSI(2) has been as low or lower than it was on Friday.

30 Apr 04 RSI(2) 1.96

Over the following 2 weeks the max gain was 2.14% The max loss was 2.09% If you closed out the position at the end of the 2 weeks you lost .71%

14 July 04 RSI(2) 2.00

Over the following 2 weeks the max gain was .93% The max loss was 4.59% If you closed out the position at the end of the 2 weeks you lost 2.66%

06 Aug 04 RSI(2) 1.43

Over the following 2 weeks the max gain was 4.05% the max loss was 1.4%. If you closed out the position at the end of the 2 weeks you gained 3.66%

04 Jan 05 RSI(2) 1.69

Over the following 2 weeks the max gain was .72% The max loss was 1.73. If you closed out the position at the end of the 2 weeks you lost 1.55%

15 Apr 05

Since Friday the max gain was 1.07% The max loss was -.4% Who knows what the next 7 days will hold.

I dont know about anyone else, but these numbers dont make me want to load the boat on the QQQQs based only on the RSI(2) indicator.

Oh, let me guess, now youll say Hey, its not what you trade its how you trade it, and in that case its not the filter now, is it?



knowsenough
54 posts
msg #35677
Ignore knowsenough
4/20/2005 11:01:55 PM

If it's used as it's intended...
It's a great tool for those who mostly daytrade as Rumps list of picks posted in an up market day like yesterday were all green and not one red. Pretty impressive for a big list regardless. Now today that same list is all red except (7) if one counts AH activity and (4) if not, so it's pretty safe to call it a daytraders tool and not a buy & hold filter as some are trying to beat it up on in error. If it were buy and hold even a couple days it would exhibit better returns on a down day or at least a lot of unchanged. Use it as it was intended. JMHO


corsino
259 posts
msg #35678
Ignore corsino
4/20/2005 11:35:38 PM

Well,I don't think that RSI(2)<1 by itself is heaven on earth. I have backtested several filters with RSI(2)in them,and the results vary depending on the other criteria in the filter. In fact,some RSI(2)filters have had mediocre results in backtesting.But on the whole, I haven't found any other single indicator superior to it. That doesn't mean that there isn't one. I just haven't found it yet.It would be interesting if somebody would find one. At the same time, not many bullish filters will work well when the whole market is going down.


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