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xplorer
257 posts
msg #26817
Ignore xplorer
6/10/2003 9:23:52 PM

I've back tested ... and used this with great results !

Based on a stocks that have been moving up, but recently pulled back (a little profit taking) ... but ready to resume the upward trend. The real key is that the pull back is on light volume. I've focused on lower priced stock ...that have a good average trading volume ... well you can see ...

Lets hear what you think ! If there is a better way to share a screen , let me know ! ENJOY ! ... Cut and paste to see this !

Show stocks where slow Stochastic(5) slow %D is below 50 and close reached a new 3 day low and Volume is below Average Volume(10) and volume is above 125000 and close is between 2 and 7


Akita32
2 posts
msg #26836
Ignore Akita32
6/12/2003 2:33:08 PM

I've found that strong stocks, ie - stocks with high RSI perform better especially when they approach oversold levels, in some cases, price keeps increasing when stoch starts decreasing, like BIOM today and yesterday.
Check out RBAK today using this, (Clearstation RSI-89, Fstoch~20, Ftecher RSI60, Fstoch65, hmmm)it's in buy mode...
Show stocks where Fast Stochastic(5,3) Fast %K has been increasing over the last 2 days and where RSI(15) is above 60 and Average Volume(90) is above 50000 and close is between 1 and 4.
This is the BEST TA screener bar none, yet, I still like Clearstations charts - they seem to be more 'reliable', and I use them to concur 'Fetcher's results. I've been playing with the 'day' quants (RSI, stoch) on 'Fetcher but with little luck.
Do you know what I'm getting at?
Any suggestions for closer 'Fetcher/Station results would be appreciated, thanx.


defghca
150 posts
msg #26846
Ignore defghca
6/12/2003 5:58:54 PM

actually thereis a better way

Fetcher[Show stocks where slow Stochastic(5) slow %D is below 50 and close reached a new 3 day low and Volume is below Average Volume(10) and volume is above 125000 and close is between 2 and 7]



instead of cut and paste



janeiro
25 posts
msg #26860
Ignore janeiro
6/13/2003 5:00:29 AM

XPLORER...

Good Job way to go man!

Is there any trick u use in order to pick up the max % winner?

THX

Janeiro


xplorer
257 posts
msg #26882
Ignore xplorer
6/14/2003 1:45:20 PM

Akita32 ...
I agree with using "other" charts to see the results in a familiar mode. I use www.bigcharts.com ...
I'll watch the results from your screen revision. Though, the Screen I had offered does selects stocks that is in the midst of a good upward momentum trend, and timing it so you are able to get in at the absolute lowest possible (recent) price before that upward trend continues ...you know ... "buy low sell high" !!!


defghca ...
Now that is a sweet way to share the screens ... awesome ! THANKS !!!


janeiro ...
Well, what I do is to look at the charts, and look at the pull back (that the screen "fetches") ... I use this to determine next price move. You can do this by drawing in the trend lines. I like to see a minimum of a 10% potentail return within 3 - 5 days.
Something else that I look at ... the ABC'c ... when a stock goes from "A" to "B" then pulls pack to "C", the next leg, "C" to "D" will equal the same price diference of the "A" to "B" leg ... I hope thats clear ...

Anyways ... thanks for the feedback ... and TRADE ON !!!

xplorer


janeiro
25 posts
msg #26884
Ignore janeiro
6/15/2003 2:32:39 PM

xplorer...

with this:

"Something else that I look at ... the ABC'c ... when a stock goes from "A" to "B" then pulls pack to "C", the next leg, "C" to "D" will equal the same price diference of the "A" to "B" leg"

U mean (ie) from 1 to 2 then pullback to 1 again and the next leg will be more or less 2 again?

is that right?

THX in advance



janeiro
25 posts
msg #26885
Ignore janeiro
6/15/2003 2:32:55 PM

xplorer...

with this:

"Something else that I look at ... the ABC'c ... when a stock goes from "A" to "B" then pulls pack to "C", the next leg, "C" to "D" will equal the same price diference of the "A" to "B" leg"

U mean (ie) from 1 to 2 then pullback to 1 again and the next leg will be more or less 2 again?

is that right?

THX in advance



xplorer
257 posts
msg #26886
Ignore xplorer
6/15/2003 8:18:37 PM

janeiro ...

when a stock goes from like $5.00 to $6.00 ($5.00 would be the "A", $6.00 would be the "B"), then the pull-back would be to like $5.50 (this would be the "C" ... a 50% retracement on the $1.00 move ... but this could be 30% ...or 60%... if it goes further then this I stay away)... the key is that the next move up would equal the "A to B" ... or in this case from $5.50 to $6.50 (this would be "C to D". So "A to B" would equal "C to D".

If there is interest, then maybe we can start following a few good "picks", and see how they develop ...


janeiro
25 posts
msg #26894
Ignore janeiro
6/16/2003 3:02:49 PM

Xplorer....

"If there is interest, then maybe we can start following a few good "picks", and see how they develop ..."

Definitely I'm interested! only one thing I'm about to leave for 15 days off so if u send me your email I'll get in touch w u as soons as I get back...

Here my address to218775(at)hotmail.com sorry for the trick...

Ciao Janeiro



janeiro
25 posts
msg #26895
Ignore janeiro
6/16/2003 3:14:50 PM

Xplorer....

"If there is interest, then maybe we can start following a few good "picks", and see how they develop ..."

Definitely I'm interested! only one thing I'm about to leave for 15 days off so if u send me your email I'll get in touch w u as soons as I get back...

Here my address to218775(at)hotmail.com sorry for the trick...

Ciao Janeiro



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