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14 posts
msg #31632
Ignore jimhsu
4/5/2004 9:11:04 PM

Fetcher[Stock reached a 100-day new high 6 days ago Stock reached a 4-day low 1 day ago]

Methodology: Stocks tend to resume their trend after a multi-day pullback.
Entry: Enter on STOP above high of signal bar, stop on low of signal bar, or 5% risk.
Exit: Stock stops trending (feel free to define)
Possible problems: Market maker manipulation (leads to frequently stopping out), buying stock when overbought (don't do), etc

Tweak the day settings to your liking.

14 posts
msg #31633
Ignore jimhsu
4/5/2004 9:12:21 PM

Forgot to add... if the stock does not enter on first day, use the high of the next bar (SignalBar+1)

235 posts
msg #31637
Ignore cegis
4/6/2004 8:22:28 AM


Sorry if this is a "newbie" question, but I am still getting the hang of this TA stuff...

Which bar is the "signal bar", the 100 day high, or the 4 day low?

Thanks for the help,


11 posts
msg #31846
Ignore gchen
4/23/2004 1:00:21 AM


I believe jimhsu means the 4 day low


80 posts
msg #31847
Ignore travlr
4/23/2004 8:19:23 AM


I also use Wealth Lab. Have you been trading the simplicity (or pullback) scripts?

Is it automated? I ask because I'm a little leary of automating the pullback scripts in today's environment.

Currently my scripts are based on reversion to the mean.


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