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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #69992
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/22/2008 4:07:14 PM

Yes, the TWO PERCENT CLUB is still open on www.paltalk.com



meyephone
1 posts
msg #69999
Ignore meyephone
12/23/2008 1:10:33 PM

/* TRO STAT SCAN - RSI(2) BELOW 25 */

set{xRange, high - low}
set{AvgRng, cma(xRange,5) }
set{HiOp, high - open}
set{Long_Profit, HiOp/open }

set{B10A, count(Long_Profit > .10 , 100)}

set{A10A, count(Long_Profit > .10, 1)}
set{chg, sum( A10A - A10A 1 day ago ,5)}

set{LastPop, days(Long_Profit > .10, 100)}


and add column B10A {GT10%}
and add column LastPop
and add column AvgRng

add column chg{(wk)}
add column chg 1 week ago{(-1wk)}
add column chg 2 weeks ago{(-2wk)}
add column chg 3 weeks ago{(-3wk)}
add column chg 4 weeks ago{(-4wk)}
add column chg 5 weeks ago{(-5wk)}
add column chg 6 weeks ago{(-6wk)}
add column chg 7 weeks ago{(-7wk)}
add column chg 8 weeks ago{(-8wk)}
and add column separator
add column industry
add column sector
and add column separator

/* SELECTION CRITERIA */

RSI(2) below 25

close is between 1 and 15
average volume(10) above 1000000

sort column 5 descending

Forgive my ignorance, but is there a way to modify this filter to show tickers that have been on the list more than one day in a row?

Thanks

johnpaulca
11,296 posts
msg #70003
Ignore johnpaulca
12/23/2008 4:05:34 PM

I do it the old fashion way...Excel spreadsheet.

TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #70005
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/23/2008 4:11:28 PM

Fetcher[
/* TRO STAT SCAN - RSI(2) BELOW 25 */


set{test1, count(RSI(2) below 25 , 1) * count(close is between 1 and 15 , 1) }
set{test3, test1 * count(average volume(10) above 1000000 , 1) }

set{DAYSONLIST, days( test3 below 1 , 100) }

set{xRange, high - low}
set{AvgRng, cma(xRange,5) }
set{HiOp, high - open}
set{Long_Profit, HiOp/open }

set{B10A, count(Long_Profit > .10 , 100)}

set{A10A, count(Long_Profit > .10, 1)}
set{chg, sum( A10A - A10A 1 day ago ,5)}

set{LastPop, days(Long_Profit > .10, 100)}

AND add column DAYSONLIST

and add column B10A {GT10%}
and add column LastPop
and add column AvgRng

add column chg{(wk)}
add column chg 1 week ago{(-1wk)}
add column chg 2 weeks ago{(-2wk)}
add column chg 3 weeks ago{(-3wk)}
add column chg 4 weeks ago{(-4wk)}
add column chg 5 weeks ago{(-5wk)}
add column chg 6 weeks ago{(-6wk)}
add column chg 7 weeks ago{(-7wk)}
add column chg 8 weeks ago{(-8wk)}
and add column separator
add column industry
add column sector
and add column separator

/* SELECTION CRITERIA */



test3 above 0


]



DAYSONLIST is how many days in a row the stock has been on the list.

Remember the selection criteria is:

RSI(2) below 25
close is between 1 and 15
average volume(10) above 1000000


Merry Xmas...LOL!!

mdl060374
91 posts
msg #70045
Ignore mdl060374
12/26/2008 4:31:10 PM

TRO,

I have been a big fan of your various filters and am looking for a bit of a hybrid combining the attributes of your "dayrangers" in your RFR "format."

Let me explain. My idea is to see how many times a stock EITHER gained OR lost (direction doesnt matter, what is important is that they moved the % from open to close).

So I am guess it would be fantastic if you could basically provide the same format (sortable columns with various percents like RFR) but rather than just have # GAINS in the last 100 days be the criteria, have % MOVES be the criteria....

When you get a chance, it would be much appreciated if you could do this.


Merry Xmas to all!



TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #70047
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/26/2008 5:35:59 PM

DIRECTION DOESN'T MATTER??

You're joking right?



mdl060374
91 posts
msg #70048
Ignore mdl060374
modified
12/26/2008 6:25:13 PM

Of course it matters, but it is only in context of other factors..

What matters to me more is the characteristics and preditability/occurence of movement rather than the direction..

I guess what I was wishing for was a dayrangers list in the form of how many times has a stock moved (up or down (not RAN)) x% in last 100 days.

I simply didnt want to run a scan "ADR(10) is above 4%" b/c that doesnt tell me much historically.. Your 100 day info does..

going off the RFR long list is great, but if the overall market is in the crapper or in a downtrend, using those long statistics isnt as valuable..

I guess what I was trying to say in my earlier post, is that by using a similar format as your RFR with columns for each time it has made a run (either up or down) I could create a focus list of stocks, and trade them long/short depending on S/R formations, and price action.

Can someone help me with this when they have a chance?



welliott111
98 posts
msg #70050
Ignore welliott111
12/26/2008 10:07:09 PM


Maybe chetron's FAKE OR GAIN filter.






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mdl060374
91 posts
msg #70058
Ignore mdl060374
12/27/2008 12:12:54 PM

Thanks for the reply, but that isnt really what I am looking for.

Maybe what I am asking for cant be done. Maybe Chetron will know how to do it. I guess the only parameters that need to be changed in RFR would be to insert some sort of "OR" statement to qualify a "run" being negative or positive.


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #70059
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/27/2008 1:55:10 PM

What you're looking for doesn't belong in this thread.

You need to start a new thread.


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