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rsingh
51 posts
msg #26840
Ignore rsingh
6/12/2003 3:21:39 PM

I want to trade stocks and keep them for 5-10 days. Which time period is
better suited for stochastics for this trading.

I was thinking about using 5 but then I believe that is too volatile.
I have also looked at 21. Any other rules to follow like oversold and overbought levels for different time periods.


Any other recommendations.




EWZuber
1,373 posts
msg #26890
Ignore EWZuber
6/16/2003 2:51:30 AM

Try 'slow stochastics 5/3'. The relatively fast timing works well with the smoothed 'slow stochastics'.


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