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sdcclark
26 posts
msg #30211
Ignore sdcclark
12/7/2003 9:24:16 PM

When Looking for the RSI(2) bottom what time frames are you uing 3 Month, 1 Month, 5 Day, etc....

Thanks
Scott


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #30343
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/18/2003 7:35:53 PM

Using www.prophet.net charts use 3 mon / day and 1 year / week.




TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #30352
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/19/2003 4:49:56 PM

FNSR paid off big today ... it was an RSI(2) < 1 pick.

RSI(2) Rules!




txtrapper
548 posts
msg #30357
Ignore txtrapper
12/19/2003 8:28:41 PM

Well FNSR did not appear on these RSI(2) < 1 filters. (Even with the one day offset).

I guess RSI(2) "picks" are different from RSI(2) filter results? No FNSR showing up here.


Fetcher[rsi(2) below 1 and close above 0.01 and Average Volume(10) is above 300000 and volume above 100000 and 60 day slope of the close is above 0 and date offset is 0]



Fetcher[Price is near the bottom linear regression line(60)and RSI(2) is below 1 and date offset is 0]



tx


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #30360
Ignore txtrapper
12/20/2003 6:01:04 PM

Corrected FNSR posting;

RSI(2) < 10 ... brings up FNSR with the 1 day offset.


Fetcher[rsi(2) below 10 and close above 0.01 and Average Volume(10) is above 300000 and volume above 100000 and 60 day slope of the close is above 0 and date offset is 1]







TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #30361
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/20/2003 7:38:30 PM

Hey TX... doesn't matter... all that matters is I RAKED IT IN ON FNSR!

THIS IS ABOUT MAKING MONEY... NOT FILTERS.

RSI(2) RULES!


seagem
2 posts
msg #30366
Ignore seagem
12/21/2003 5:16:16 PM

Hi guys, first post here...

Neat concept this RSI(2) below 1. I imagine that the converse to detect an imminent drop to sell short would be RSI(2) above 98 or 99. What other complementary filter(s) could be added to that, perhaps using linear regression or something else?...

Any suggestions?...


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #30372
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/22/2003 2:24:35 PM

seagem:

Do a search on rsi(2) here in SF.

You will find what you seek.

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.


seagem
2 posts
msg #30374
Ignore seagem
12/23/2003 5:27:42 PM

Rumpledone...

I think I'll use Murknd Formula, to which I have added "and RSI(2) is above 99", as it seems to produce decent short candidates...

set{x,count(volume above volume 1 day ago,1)*2} and set{y,count (volume above average volume(90),3)} and set{z,x+y} and z is above 1.1 and close has been increasing over the last 3 days and close is between 1 and 10 and high is above upper bollinger band(20) and count (close above open,3) is above 0.9 and RSI(2) is above 99 and average volume(90) is above 100000

Using RSI(2) based filters on the long side, I have already made a little money on the only 2 stocks retained and traded, so far: NUVO and NETC...


oldsmar52
104 posts
msg #30463
Ignore oldsmar52
1/4/2004 9:48:49 AM

I am somewhat of a beginner with the Muddy method, don't have lots of time for researching...a little in the evening and then put in market/limits in the morning since I work. It seems to be "the rumpled one" who has this filter: "price is near the bottom linear regression line(60) and RSI(2) is below 1 and date offset is 0". Do you use this strictly by itself or in conjunction with any/all of the 3 Muddy Filters? If anyone would have any suggestions for filters for someone like me who has limited time/access to a computer I'd greatly appreciate any suggestions. Thanks so much for any help....Frank


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