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msg #52458
Ignore betyerbottomdollar
6/23/2007 10:19:16 AM

Actually I just started trading this filter a week ago. And not with the 10% profit and 50% loss stop, but a relatively equivalent 5% profit, 25% loss stop. So far so good. The fundamentals are taken care of by picking stocks from Investors Business Daily top 100 list. I traded HURN for a quick 5% and have my money in SNDA at the moment. If I had the free cash I would put some into HURC because it looks like a BBand squeeze candidate for a fast 5%.

I do pick and choose which qualifying stocks on my watchlist I buy. I feel more comfortable buying into an uptrend and buying stocks with a higher IBD rating.
Hope this helps

21 posts
msg #52459
Ignore kram1056
6/23/2007 12:00:12 PM

My filter would have triggered a buy in GES on Friday!! You would have gotten in at 47.50. Lets see how she does over the next 4 days.

21 posts
msg #52465
Ignore kram1056
6/23/2007 10:33:05 PM

Here is another one that hit RIMM at 171.75 was the entry price. Lets see how see goes the next 5 days.

69 posts
msg #52475
Ignore binhp
6/24/2007 11:31:51 AM


Your Bollinger band squeeze filter with the IBD100 really rocks !
Thanks for sharing the filter and the method.


18 posts
msg #52481
Ignore dunamis
6/24/2007 5:36:13 PM

Thanks Casey.

21 posts
msg #52482
Ignore xxxg0t_ric3xxx
6/24/2007 8:18:23 PM

Hi, do you have to subscribe to IBD before you can filter and get those stock with stockfetcher. Because I tried the filter and nothing came up. Thanks I am new at this

21 posts
msg #52483
Ignore kram1056
6/24/2007 8:45:08 PM

you have to be a subscriber to IBD before you can get the IBD 100. You can get it at a newsstand or your local Library may carry it. Then you have to make a watch Lists with the 100 stocks and add that to your filter.

for example and "apply to watchlist(IBD)" The name in () would be whatever you name your watchlist.

Hope that helps

19 posts
msg #52485
Ignore pops
6/24/2007 10:17:10 PM

I believe that it is the Monday morning edition that has the list of IDB 100 stocks. Possibly a subscriber can tell us.

21 posts
msg #52496
Ignore xxxg0t_ric3xxx
6/25/2007 11:11:56 AM

Thanks for the information. So its basically I add the 100 list to the filter and it will filter out the stocks to pick? Sorry, I don't really understand how this superb system works. Thanks

133 posts
msg #52498
Ignore dangreene
6/25/2007 11:45:32 AM

NO, you don't add the IBD 100 to your filter you create a "watch list".

When you are in Stockfetcher, look for the following menu items at the top of the page.

Home Watch Lists Public Filters Backtesting SF 2.0 My Filters; etc

Click on Watch Lists, then click on create new and follow the prompts.

After you have your "Watch List" in place, add the following command at the beginning of any filter you want to run against the stocks you have in your watch list.

Apply to watchlist(IBD100) . . . (OR WHATEVER YOU NAME IT !)

(NOTE - Watchlist name cannot contain spaces

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