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klynn55
425 posts
msg #56137
Ignore klynn55
10/29/2007 6:09:02 AM

13th: thank you for the explanation! klynn

simplegolpadia
11 posts
msg #56158
Ignore simplegolpadia
modified
10/29/2007 6:18:46 PM

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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #56159
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/29/2007 6:22:21 PM

What? You don't want my chat room? LOL!

Here's Muddy's blog... click on the chat link on the right side.

http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/

luc1grunt
622 posts
msg #56165
Ignore luc1grunt
10/29/2007 8:11:22 PM

Rump.....your chat room address again please.

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #56243
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/31/2007 7:53:19 PM

Fetcher[
/* First time close reached a new 52 week high in past 5 days */

set{ new52, count( close reached a new 52 week high, 5) }

new52 equal 1
close reached a new 52 week high

price between 1 and 40
average volume(90) above 300000
average day range(30) above 2

set{xmod, mod( close, 1 ) }
set{volcnt, count(volume above 1000000, 100) }
set{volzero, count(volume equal 0, 100) }

set{x1, high - open}
set{Long_Profit, x1/open }

set{C1A, count(Long_Profit > .04 , 100)}
set{C2A, count(Long_Profit > .09, 100)}
set{C0010, C1A - C2A}

set{D1A, count(Long_Profit > .09 , 100)}
set{D2A, count(Long_Profit > .19, 100)}
set{D1020, D1A - D2A}

set{E1A, count(Long_Profit > .19 , 100)}
set{E2A, count(Long_Profit > .29, 100)}
set{E2030, E1A - E2A}

set{F1A, count(Long_Profit > .29 , 100)}
set{F2A, count(Long_Profit > .39, 100)}
set{F3040, F1A - F2A}

set{G1A, count(Long_Profit > .39 , 100)}
set{G2A, count(Long_Profit > .49, 100)}
set{G4050, G1A - G2A}

set{H1A, count(Long_Profit > .49 , 100)}
set{H2A, count(Long_Profit > .99, 100)}
set{H50100, H1A - H2A}

set{I100, count(Long_Profit > .99 , 100)}

set{E13b,days(close is above ema(13),100)}
set{E13a,days(close is below ema(13),100)}
set{CxE13, E13a - E13b}

/* enter your Upper Limit criteria */
set{UpperLim, High 8 week High}

/* enter your Lower Limit criteria */
set{LowerLim, Low 8 week Low}

set{ULCL, UpperLim - close}

set{Double, UpperLim * .50 }

set{LimDiff, UpperLim minus LowerLim}
set{PPDiff, CLOSE minus LowerLim}
set{PPDiv, PPDiff / LimDiff}
set{BallOnx, PPDiv * 100}
set{BallOn, round(BallOnx,0)}

add column xmod
add column new52
add column Long_Profit {ProfitPct}

and add column C0010 {4_9}
and add column D1020 {10_19}
and add column E2030 {20_29}
and add column F3040 {30_39}
and add column G4050 {40_49}
and add column H50100 {50_99}
and add column I100 {100}

and add column CxE13
add column BallOn

and add column volcnt
and add column volzero

sort column 6 ascending
]



This filter finds stocks making a new 52 week high for the first time.



TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #56244
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/31/2007 7:56:26 PM

My www.paltalk.com chatroom is the TWO PERCENT CLUB.



13th_floor
724 posts
msg #56584
Ignore 13th_floor
11/9/2007 6:22:09 AM

imo,the first "run forest run" filter posted here by TRO is among,if not the most,useful info ever posted on the SF forums for daytraders and very short term swing traders.

yesterday there were 9 top watches with vol over 1 mil and 10 or above in the 10-19 column.

FMT CHVC VG

VG ran real nice for a few hours.
FMT CHVC were things of beauty on an otherwise dreary day

guru_trader
485 posts
msg #56586
Ignore guru_trader
modified
11/9/2007 7:08:39 AM

TRO, you beat me to the punch. I've been developing nothing but statistics filters for the past several months ... and, the same ones you just posted! If I post my filters now, they might think I copied yours. :)

I have several filters that monitor daily dollar movement (which you prefer) and several filters that monitor daily % movement. [You mentioned in another post that you prefer to know a stock's dollar movement rather than % movement.] Again, as you have mentioned in another thread, it's better to follow the lines than the squiggles. :) I think statistics count in that category. After learning from your "fill the gap" plays, I discovered the statistical filters to have the most potential for day trading. As a byproduct of these statistical filters, I spend more time looking at displays ("dashboards") now than I spend looking at the charts and squiggles.

guru_trader
485 posts
msg #56589
Ignore guru_trader
11/9/2007 7:45:34 AM

TRO, which do you prefer ... CMA() or CEMA()?

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #56596
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/9/2007 8:51:25 AM

TRO, which do you prefer ... CMA() or CEMA()?

For statistics CMA

For TA stock selection, EMA(5), EMA(13), EMA(26).

Don't use CEMA.


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