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rdrr2005
11 posts
msg #30700
Ignore rdrr2005
1/17/2004 6:33:00 PM


This filter identifies stocks ready for a POSSIBLE short term uptrend move.
I use slow stochastic to help identify pivot points at which bulls are gaining strength. I use a 9 bar slow stochastic smoothed over a 3 day period. Additionally the close for today is greater than the close of yesterday to further identify stocks gaining strength. This filter identifies bullish strength when closing prices continue to be at the high of a particular days trading range. Slow stochastic is used because it does a better job of screening out noise associated from market volatility.


daily slow stochastic %K(9,3) for today is greater than or equal to daily slow stochastic %D(9,3) for today
and daily slow stochastic %K(9,3) for yesterday is less than daily slow stochastic %D (9,3) for yesterday
and daily slow stochastic %K(9,3) for 2 days ago is less than daily slow stochastic %D(9,3) for 2 days ago
and daily slow stochastic %K(9,3) for 3 days ago is less than daily slow stochastic %D(9,3) for 3 days ago
and daily close for today is greater than daily close for yesterday

With this you will get a large number of hits, to refine the number you can add the following

and close is below upper bollinger band (20) and RSI (2) is below 5 and low is below EMA13

with the RSI (2) you can vary the hits by changing the number "below 10" "below 15" etc.

I also use for volume and price the following but you can change the numbers to suit your needs

and volume (90) is greater than 1000000 and close between 0 and 5














rdrr2005
11 posts
msg #30701
Ignore rdrr2005
1/17/2004 6:42:35 PM

sorry... correction to the previous message, dont not use
"DAILY CLOSE FOR TODAY IS GREATER THAN DAILY CLOSE FOR YESTERDAY"
which shows at the end of the main filter description, by using this no hits will appear, maybe someone can figure out how to work it into the filter

sorry... I dont know how to high light in blue so it would be easy to use the filter by just clicking onto it




txtrapper
548 posts
msg #30704
Ignore txtrapper
1/17/2004 7:54:21 PM

rdrr2005

How could RSI(2)<5 be possible with a stock that has been moving up two days and stocastic crossing up?


tx


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