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rsdivekar
8 posts
msg #32504
Ignore rsdivekar
7/5/2004 3:05:13 AM

apart from the simple example provided on the help page, can anybody
post a filter which uses Force Index FI(2) or FI(13) ?

FI seems like a pretty useful filer, though I dont see any discussion / threads
on it .


xraywiz
22 posts
msg #32509
Ignore xraywiz
7/5/2004 6:43:11 PM

You may already know this, but fwiw, Alex Elder's two books on trading room discuss it in full detail.
It is a good filter to tell you about the market direction, and I have tried-- and I think I have it stashed somewhere--, a filter that used the "differnce" between the two (bull vs bear) that seemed to work very well.
I will find it and post it here soon
MMF


phacke
1 posts
msg #32835
Ignore phacke
8/13/2004 12:00:56 AM

I too would be very interested in seeing force index, especially with the ability to have a running average of the values over a few days too smooth the peaks to see if it is on the whole positive or negative. Please indeed post if you can dig it up!!!


40027050
6 posts
msg #32890
Ignore 40027050
8/19/2004 5:11:37 PM

Try this :

show stocks where the weekly MACD Histogram has been increasing for the last 1 week and the daily Force Index(2) < 0 and daily Force Index(2) > daily Force Index(2) 1 day ago and EMA(13) has been increasing for the last 5 days (= bullish)

show stocks where the weekly MACD Histogram has been decreasing for the last 1 week and the daily Force Index(2) > 0 and daily Force Index(2) < daily Force Index(2) 1 day ago and EMA(13) has been decreasing for the last 5 days (= bearish)

does not work well in intra-day timeframes = swing or lontime traders !!


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