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Railwhore
69 posts
msg #41672
Ignore Railwhore
3/2/2006 3:27:35 AM

Ok. Here she is. You can adjust the weights to taste. I tried to place importance on long term strength and short term strength. Fibonacci freaks will see some familiar numbers. Some pretty unreal stocks show up here with crazy ROI numbers for long term swing traders.

Obviously you can adjust the filter to show stocks that cross a threshold IE: xpo crossed above 700.

I would really like to draw the 13 day cma on the 100 day cma plot if anyone knows how. draw xpo13 on xpo doesn't work. But if we can figure that out I think it would give great entry/exit signals.

Any additions/comments on this filter would be welcome. Whenever I take a beating on risky long shots, I can always count on this one to bail me out long term.

Fetcher[set{sc1, close 4 years ago}
set{sc2, close 3 years ago}
set{sc3, close 2 years ago}
set{sc4, close 55 weeks ago}
set{sc5, close 34 weeks ago}
set{sc6, close 21 weeks ago}
set{sc7, close 13 weeks ago}
set{sc8, close 8 weeks ago}
set{sc9, close 5 weeks ago}
set{sc10, close 3 weeks ago}
set{sc11, close 2 weeks ago}
set{sc12, close 1 week ago}
set{sc13, close 3 days ago}
set{sc14, close 1 day ago}

set{tt1, close - sc1}
set{tt2, close - sc2}
set{tt3, close - sc3}
set{tt4, close - sc4}
set{tt5, close - sc5}
set{tt6, close - sc6}
set{tt7, close - sc7}
set{tt8, close - sc8}
set{tt9, close - sc9}
set{tt10, close - sc10}
set{tt11, close - sc11}
set{tt12, close - sc12}
set{tt13, close - sc13}
set{tt14, close - sc14}

set{bb1, count(tt1 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb2, count(tt2 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb3, count(tt3 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb4, count(tt4 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb5, count(tt5 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb6, count(tt6 > 0, 1) * 20}
set{bb7, count(tt7 > 0, 1) * 10}
set{bb8, count(tt8 > 0, 1) * 15}
set{bb9, count(tt9 > 0, 1) * 25}
set{bb10, count(tt10 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb11, count(tt11 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb12, count(tt12 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb13, count(tt13 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb14, count(tt14 > 0, 1) * 150}

set{score1, bb1 + bb2}
set{score2, score1 + bb3}
set{score3, score2 + bb4}
set{score4, score3 + bb5}
set{score5, score4 + bb6}
set{score6, score5 + bb7}
set{score7, score6 + bb8}
set{score8, score7 + bb9}
set{score9, score8 + bb10}
set{score10, score9 + bb11}
set{score11, score10 + bb12}
set{score12, score11 + bb13}
set{score, score12 + bb14}
set{xpo, cma(score, 100)}
set{xpo13, cma(score, 13)}

xpo > 820
close above 5
volume > 500000
average volume(90) above 300000
draw xpo
draw xpo13
]




nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #41718
Ignore nikoschopen
3/3/2006 3:22:51 PM

In reference to ure query about "I would really like to draw the 13 day cma on the 100 day cma plot if anyone knows how" do the following:

Change "set{xpo, cma(score, 100)}" to "set{xpo,indposition(cma(score, 100)) * 100}";
repeat for "set{xpo13, cma(score, 13)}" with "set{xpo13, indposition(cma(score, 13)) * 100}";
and then add draw xpo on plot xpo13

Here's the modified version of ure filter with the change:

Fetcher[

set{sc1, close 4 years ago}
set{sc2, close 3 years ago}
set{sc3, close 2 years ago}
set{sc4, close 55 weeks ago}
set{sc5, close 34 weeks ago}
set{sc6, close 21 weeks ago}
set{sc7, close 13 weeks ago}
set{sc8, close 8 weeks ago}
set{sc9, close 5 weeks ago}
set{sc10, close 3 weeks ago}
set{sc11, close 2 weeks ago}
set{sc12, close 1 week ago}
set{sc13, close 3 days ago}
set{sc14, close 1 day ago}

set{tt1, close - sc1}
set{tt2, close - sc2}
set{tt3, close - sc3}
set{tt4, close - sc4}
set{tt5, close - sc5}
set{tt6, close - sc6}
set{tt7, close - sc7}
set{tt8, close - sc8}
set{tt9, close - sc9}
set{tt10, close - sc10}
set{tt11, close - sc11}
set{tt12, close - sc12}
set{tt13, close - sc13}
set{tt14, close - sc14}

set{bb1, count(tt1 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb2, count(tt2 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb3, count(tt3 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb4, count(tt4 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb5, count(tt5 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb6, count(tt6 > 0, 1) * 20}
set{bb7, count(tt7 > 0, 1) * 10}
set{bb8, count(tt8 > 0, 1) * 15}
set{bb9, count(tt9 > 0, 1) * 25}
set{bb10, count(tt10 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb11, count(tt11 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb12, count(tt12 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb13, count(tt13 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb14, count(tt14 > 0, 1) * 150}

set{score1, bb1 + bb2}
set{score2, score1 + bb3}
set{score3, score2 + bb4}
set{score4, score3 + bb5}
set{score5, score4 + bb6}
set{score6, score5 + bb7}
set{score7, score6 + bb8}
set{score8, score7 + bb9}
set{score9, score8 + bb10}
set{score10, score9 + bb11}
set{score11, score10 + bb12}
set{score12, score11 + bb13}
set{score, score12 + bb14}
set{xpo,indposition(cma(score, 100)) * 100}
set{xpo13, indposition(cma(score, 13)) * 100}

xpo > 820
close above 5
volume > 500000
average volume(90) above 300000
draw xpo on plot xpo13
]

As a basic member, I can't run ure filter. I'm told that it exceeds the performance restriction (whatever that means). At any rate, if the above filter doesn't work to ure satisfaction, you may put a bounty on my head (don't even think about it!).


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #41719
Ignore nikoschopen
3/3/2006 3:53:41 PM

Scrap the above filter. I noticed it ran into nesting constraints. Therefore, I broke the following two expressions

set{xpo,indposition(cma(score, 100)) * 100} and
"set{xpo13, indposition(cma(score, 13)) * 100}

into

set{100cma, cma(score, 100)}
set{13cma, cma(score, 13)}
set{xpo,indposition(100cma,1) * 100}
set{xpo13, indposition(13cma,1) * 100}.

I should like to think this will get the job done.


Fetcher[

set{sc1, close 4 years ago}
set{sc2, close 3 years ago}
set{sc3, close 2 years ago}
set{sc4, close 55 weeks ago}
set{sc5, close 34 weeks ago}
set{sc6, close 21 weeks ago}
set{sc7, close 13 weeks ago}
set{sc8, close 8 weeks ago}
set{sc9, close 5 weeks ago}
set{sc10, close 3 weeks ago}
set{sc11, close 2 weeks ago}
set{sc12, close 1 week ago}
set{sc13, close 3 days ago}
set{sc14, close 1 day ago}

set{tt1, close - sc1}
set{tt2, close - sc2}
set{tt3, close - sc3}
set{tt4, close - sc4}
set{tt5, close - sc5}
set{tt6, close - sc6}
set{tt7, close - sc7}
set{tt8, close - sc8}
set{tt9, close - sc9}
set{tt10, close - sc10}
set{tt11, close - sc11}
set{tt12, close - sc12}
set{tt13, close - sc13}
set{tt14, close - sc14}

set{bb1, count(tt1 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb2, count(tt2 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb3, count(tt3 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb4, count(tt4 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb5, count(tt5 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb6, count(tt6 > 0, 1) * 20}
set{bb7, count(tt7 > 0, 1) * 10}
set{bb8, count(tt8 > 0, 1) * 15}
set{bb9, count(tt9 > 0, 1) * 25}
set{bb10, count(tt10 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb11, count(tt11 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb12, count(tt12 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb13, count(tt13 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb14, count(tt14 > 0, 1) * 150}

set{score1, bb1 + bb2}
set{score2, score1 + bb3}
set{score3, score2 + bb4}
set{score4, score3 + bb5}
set{score5, score4 + bb6}
set{score6, score5 + bb7}
set{score7, score6 + bb8}
set{score8, score7 + bb9}
set{score9, score8 + bb10}
set{score10, score9 + bb11}
set{score11, score10 + bb12}
set{score12, score11 + bb13}
set{score, score12 + bb14}

set{100cma, cma(score, 100)}
set{13cma, cma(score, 13)}
set{xpo,indposition(100cma,1) * 100}
set{xpo13, indposition(13cma,1) * 100}

xpo > 820
close above 5
volume > 500000
average volume(90) above 300000
draw xpo on plot xpo13
]





Railwhore
69 posts
msg #45039
Ignore Railwhore
6/16/2006 8:53:31 PM

Very few are showing up on the power list now after a wild market pullback. Best stock in the market is now CBK lol who is only 8 off the 200ma BTW. Interesting note on ANDE: major Bullpower/Bearpower divergence on this one. It has had a nice pull back and look at the power on the power chart!!!! Man that was a strong one. TIE is still around 820 on the power XPO level. This is becoming my favorite all time filter!!


guru_trader
485 posts
msg #45368
Ignore guru_trader
6/29/2006 3:26:24 PM

Where do the numbers at the end of each line come from?

set{bb1, count(tt1 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb2, count(tt2 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb3, count(tt3 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb4, count(tt4 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb5, count(tt5 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb6, count(tt6 > 0, 1) * 20}
set{bb7, count(tt7 > 0, 1) * 10}
set{bb8, count(tt8 > 0, 1) * 15}
set{bb9, count(tt9 > 0, 1) * 25}
set{bb10, count(tt10 > 0, 1) * 40}
set{bb11, count(tt11 > 0, 1) * 75}
set{bb12, count(tt12 > 0, 1) * 100}
set{bb13, count(tt13 > 0, 1) * 125}
set{bb14, count(tt14 > 0, 1) * 150}


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