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TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #38739
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/6/2005 8:25:22 PM

Fetcher[/* TREND ENDER - UPTREND IS OVER */

/* NORMALIZE CLOSE */

set{NCLOSE, INDPOSITION(CLOSE, 60) }

set{NCLOSE1, INDPOSITION(CLOSE 1 day ago, 60) }

set{uptrend, days(nclose1 < 1, 100)}

NCLOSE < 1

NCLOSE1 = 1

UPTREND > 0

CLOSE > 1
VOLUME > 1000000

add column nclose
add column nclose1
add column uptrend

sort column 7 descending
]



Fetcher[

/* TREND ENDER - DOWNTREND IS OVER */

/* NORMALIZE CLOSE */

set{NCLOSE, INDPOSITION(CLOSE, 60) }

set{NCLOSE1, INDPOSITION(CLOSE 1 day ago, 60) }

set{DOWNTREND , days(nclose1 > 0, 100)}

NCLOSE > 0

NCLOSE1 = 0

DOWNTREND > 0

CLOSE > 1
VOLUME > 1000000

add column nclose
add column nclose1
add column downtrend

sort column 7 descending

]



NOTE: if the filter returns 0 stocks that doesn't mean it is not working.

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.


JohnyYuma
57 posts
msg #38743
Ignore JohnyYuma
11/6/2005 10:33:05 PM

TheRumpledOne

The first one works fine
but
the second one returns 0 records - I have tried by changing the offset multiple times, still no result - I get 0 records all the time

Am I missing something or this needs some more tweaking ?

Appreciate your help

Thanks


BFreshour
139 posts
msg #38748
Ignore BFreshour
11/7/2005 12:11:50 AM

It's weird.. I can't get the second one to return anything either...

However, if I put this for the set command:

set{DOWNTREND, days(nclose1 > 0.00001, 100)}

instead of:

set{DOWNTREND, days(nclose1 > 0, 100)}

it returns results...


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #38757
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/7/2005 8:32:05 AM

Perhaps there is a SF bug lurking...


BFreshour
139 posts
msg #38758
Ignore BFreshour
11/7/2005 7:41:37 PM

Must be...


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #39308
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/3/2005 3:51:03 PM

Fetcher[
/* TREND ENDER - DOWNTREND IS OVER */

/* NORMALIZE CLOSE */

set{NCLOSE, INDPOSITION(CLOSE, 60) }

set{NCLOSE1, INDPOSITION(CLOSE 1 day ago, 60) }

set{DOWNTREND , days(nclose > 0, 100)}

NCLOSE > 0

NCLOSE1 equal 0



CLOSE > 1
VOLUME > 1000000

add column nclose
add column nclose1
add column downtrend

draw nclose

sort column 7 descending

]



I removed the "downtread =" statement and now there are matches.

Results look good.

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.




p0op0op
15 posts
msg #39335
Ignore p0op0op
12/4/2005 11:32:57 AM

Hi TRO,

I'm sorry to bother you in this thread but desparation has driven me to this. I'm not getting any responses with indirect questions, so I hoping that the direct approach might yeild better results, besides, you sould like you know what you're doing and who better to ask. I'm new to SF and am trying to develop a filter that screens for flat bases. Lenght in time, run-up, price do not matter at this point. Do you have an idea of how to do this. One example of what I'm looking for is THOR. Prior to this weeks break out, it exibited a nice looking flat base.

thanks,

-C


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #39350
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/4/2005 2:16:18 PM

Fetcher[
SET{chwidth, high 60 day high - low 60 day low}
SET{chdiv, chwidth / low 60 day low}
SET{chpct, chdiv * 100}

add column chpct
add column chwidth

add column 60 day slope of the close

/* PRICE VOLUME CRITERIA */

VOLUME ABOVE 100000
close above .01

/* selection CRITERIA */

60 day slope of the close EQUAL 0

sort column 5 ascending
/* end filter */
]



I had posted this a while back.

Change 60 to suit your needs.

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.




p0op0op
15 posts
msg #39352
Ignore p0op0op
12/4/2005 2:24:11 PM

Thanks so much for your help - C


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