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alf44
2,025 posts
msg #116865
Ignore alf44
11/19/2013 11:49:50 AM

heypa,

Glad to see you're still here !

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klynn55
425 posts
msg #116867
Ignore klynn55
11/19/2013 12:33:24 PM

double thanks to four, especially for the explains

four
3,999 posts
msg #116921
Ignore four
modified
11/21/2013 1:24:52 AM

klynn55 and heypa

thank you for commenting

four
3,999 posts
msg #116924
Ignore four
modified
11/21/2013 1:49:10 AM


alf44

Here is your ma10 and ema30. (11/19/2013 msg 116864)
Perhaps you will start a new thread...

Fetcher[
draw MA(10) above EMA(30)
low above ema(30)
sp500
add column annual dividend yield
low > 12
volume > 123123
draw cci(20) below -100
]



-- -- alf, I know you did not use cci. that is my idea.

added ma150

Fetcher[
draw MA(10) above EMA(30)
ema(30) above ma(150)
sp500
add column annual dividend yield
low > 12
volume > 123123
draw cci(20) below -100
]



alf44
2,025 posts
msg #116938
Ignore alf44
modified
11/21/2013 2:20:03 PM

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Just so there is no confusion ... that "filter" you posted above is CERTAINLY NOT ... anything I have ever posted !

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As for the MA(10) / EMA(30) ... not really much to say about them ... I mean they're just Moving Averages.

I WILL say that I have been using that combo on ALL my charts (as well as a MA(150) on my daily charts) for quite some time.

WHY ?

On a daily chart ... the 10 / 30 gives me a quick assessment of short and intermediate Trend !

Add a MA(150) to them ... I am now able to see what is (essentially) a 30 week MA ... on my daily chart.

Now, I have short & intermediate (daily) ... AND ... long term (weekly) ... TREND info ... ALL on my daily chart ! fwiw

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I have an MA(10) and an EMA(30) on my weekly charts as well.

WHY ?

If, I throw up a weekly chart ... there are my two old friends the 10 and the 30 !

Now, what I have (in these TWO moving averages) are really (essentially) FOUR moving averages !

I obviously have a weekly MA(10) and a weekly EMA(30) !

BUT ...

I ALSO have (essentially) ... a 50 DAY moving average in the WEEKLY MA(10) ...

... and a 150 DAY moving average in the WEEKLY EMA(30) !

AND ...

TWO + TWO = FOUR MAs ... ALL ... on my weekly chart !!!

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alf44
2,025 posts
msg #116939
Ignore alf44
modified
11/21/2013 3:00:21 PM

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OH !!!

Here are a couple of scans I gleaned some time ago from that site you referenced the other night ...

I coded them (or, re-coded them) ... for use here on StockFetcher.

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* The basic idea of this first scan is ... you ONLY GO LONG ... when the stock is in an UP TREND and has pulled back into the "ZONE" between the 10 and 30 day moving averages. They call this zone the "Trader's Action Zone" or TAZ !!!

You could use a break back above the MA(10) as your BUY trigger ... and the EMA(30) below as your SELL Stop !

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Fetcher[

/* TAZ Long scan */

weekly MA(10) > weekly EMA(30)
MA(10) > EMA(30)

ADX(10) > 20

High 1 day ago < High 2 days ago
High < High 1 day ago

Close < MA(10)
Close > EMA(30)
Close > MA(150)

Average Volume(60) > 300000
Close between 5 and 50
stock is optionable

/* TECHNICAL INDICATORS */

/* Indicators Momentum and Trend */

/* Defining "my ROC(2)" Indicator */
set{myROC, ROC(2)}


/* Defining "myOSC(3,10)" Indicator */
set{myOSC, MA(3) - MA(10)}

/* Defining "trend(16) of myOSC(3,10)" Indicator */
set{myOSCtrend, CMA(myOSC,16)}


draw indicator CEMA(myROC, 1)
draw CEMA(myROC, 1) line at 0

draw Williams %R(3)
draw Williams %R(3) line at -10

draw Williams %R(3) line at -90
draw Williams %R(3) line at -50

draw indicator CMA(myOSC, 16)
draw CMA(myOSC, 16) line at 0

draw MA(10)
draw EMA(30)
draw MA(150)

do not draw weekly MA(10)
do not draw weekly EMA(30)
do not draw ADX(10)

sort column 2 ascending
]



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* The basic idea of this second scan is ... you ONLY GO SHORT ... when the stock is in a DOWN TREND and has rallied up into the "ZONE" between the 10 and 30 day moving averages. They call this zone the "Trader's Action Zone" or TAZ !!!

You could use a break back below the MA(10) as your SHORT trigger ... and the EMA(30) above as your SELL Stop !

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Fetcher[

/* TAZ Short scan */

weekly MA(10) < weekly EMA(30)
MA(10) < EMA(30)

ADX(10) > 20

Low 1 day ago > Low 2 days ago
Low > Low 1 day ago

Close > MA(10)
Close < EMA(30)
Close < MA(150)

Average Volume(60) > 300000
Close between 10 and 50
stock is optionable

/* TECHNICAL INDICATORS */

/* Indicators Momentum and Trend */

/* Defining "my ROC(2)" Indicator */
set{myROC, ROC(2)}


/* Defining "myOSC(3,10)" Indicator */
set{myOSC, MA(3) - MA(10)}

/* Defining "trend(16) of myOSC(3,10)" Indicator */
set{myOSCtrend, CMA(myOSC,16)}


draw indicator CEMA(myROC, 1)
draw CEMA(myROC, 1) line at 0

draw Williams %R(3)
draw Williams %R(3) line at -10

draw Williams %R(3) line at -90
draw Williams %R(3) line at -50

draw indicator CMA(myOSC, 16)
draw CMA(myOSC, 16) line at 0

draw MA(10)
draw EMA(30)
draw MA(150)

do not draw weekly MA(10)
do not draw weekly EMA(30)
do not draw ADX(10)

sort column 2 ascending
]



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The price criteria was my own ... the indicators also. fwiw

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