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four
4,006 posts
msg #93461
Ignore four
modified
6/3/2010 3:48:34 PM

Fetcher[
draw cma(open,20)
draw cma(close,20)
RSI(2) < 20
OPEN < CMA(CLOSE,20)
CLOSE > CMA(CLOSE,20)
/*CLOSE > OPEN*/
close > 2
AVGVOL > 100000
]




edit: remove line 6 . see brank20 post today

brank20
41 posts
msg #93462
Ignore brank20
6/3/2010 3:54:12 PM

Close will always be greater than open, no real need for line six

Fetcher[Close > open]



einok
msg #93464
Ignore einok
6/3/2010 4:29:23 PM

Four,

What stops (percentage or time) and exits are you using for the various strategies you are posting?

four
4,006 posts
msg #93477
Ignore four
6/4/2010 12:14:50 AM


"What stops (percentage or time) and exits are you using for the various strategies you are posting?"

Currently, experimenting with entries:

set{v1, day point range / 5}
set{trigger, max(close,open) + v1}
draw trigger on plot close
add column trigger


Exits are interesting "animals". I have done little with them, so far.

P.S. I only traded (not paper traded) a few times using the filters that I have written. The exits were usually not hit. I scalped less than $1 per share. The exits that were hit (trailing) were the lowest local low (within the week).

======== Ideas for exit strategies are always appreciated. Thanks.

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