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chetron
2,817 posts
msg #85663
Ignore chetron
1/6/2010 4:37:47 PM

clickable....

Fetcher[
stock is optionable
average volume(50) above 1000000
set{d5,atr(5)/ma(5)}
set{dd5,d5*100}
add column dd5
set{pro,weekly atr(8)/weekly ma(8)}

CLOSE ABOVE 4
close above ma(200)
close below ma(50)
close more than 2% below ma(50)
rsi(2) below 20
pro above 0.075
]



stockfetcher01
25 posts
msg #85667
Ignore stockfetcher01
1/6/2010 5:59:27 PM

When would be the best time to run this filter, the morning you are going to trade etc?

Thanks,

SF01

m_taleb
8 posts
msg #85671
Ignore m_taleb
1/6/2010 7:06:31 PM

karennma
I only got one pic ... DDR @ 8.98

Anyone else try that filter?
-----------------------------------------------
I got 2 : DDR and GFA
BUT if you change teh offset to 2 (date offset is 3), then you will get all the stock sthat M4M found.

Thanks to all of you .


lusenica
2 posts
msg #85675
Ignore lusenica
1/6/2010 8:41:31 PM

What does the line "pro above 0.075 " stand for?

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #85704
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
1/7/2010 7:02:14 AM

I gotta say, offset backtesting this one shows it to be pretty damn good. My question is not on when to enter (obviously at the open the next day) but rather when to exit. Some of these have run very quickly, and how do you know when to sell?

Obviously, the filter will not tell you - it did it's job already by finding the stocks.

Good job, M4M.

duke56468
683 posts
msg #85707
Ignore duke56468
1/7/2010 10:05:39 AM

Kevin,
Which of the 7 filters are you referring to? Thanks

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #85714
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
1/7/2010 10:45:49 AM

This one - Thanks Chet.

clickable....


Fetcher[
stock is optionable
average volume(50) above 1000000
set{d5,atr(5)/ma(5)}
set{dd5,d5*100}
add column dd5
set{pro,weekly atr(8)/weekly ma(8)}

CLOSE ABOVE 4
close above ma(200)
close below ma(50)
close more than 2% below ma(50)
rsi(2) below 20
pro above 0.075
]




Try offset 30 days. 56 stocks were identifed. As of today, 49 are profitable, and 33 of those are in double digit returns. Some as high as 45%.


karennma
6,831 posts
msg #85718
Ignore karennma
1/7/2010 11:28:46 AM

Kevin_in_GA
- Kevin_in_GA 1/7/2010 7:02:14 AM
My question is not on when to enter (obviously at the open the next day) but rather when to exit. Some of these have run very quickly, and how do you know when to sell?
Obviously, the filter will not tell you <> - it did it's job already by finding the stocks.
Good job, M4M.
=================================================================================

THAT is exactly my dilemma.
My charts tell me when to buy.
But I recently got 2 false sell signals that still bother me ... one on STEC, the other on TIE.

Anyone have a "fool-proof" sell signal?
:>)



mktmole
325 posts
msg #85719
Ignore mktmole
1/7/2010 11:38:54 AM

lusenica...
welcome to the board,
use the search feature and look up 'set' statements,
and this should answer your question

Fetcher[http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=view&fid=1006&tid=34497&qrid=&isiframe=]







chetron
2,817 posts
msg #85720
Ignore chetron
modified
1/7/2010 12:12:19 PM

Anyone have a "fool-proof" sell signal?
:>)

*************


when a candle closes below the cema(low,3) the 1st time, sell at the close of the next candle.

Fetcher[
set{vshort,count(close crossed below cema(low,3),1)}
set{vbuy,count(close crossed above cema(high,3),1)}
set{next_day_close_orders,vshort + vbuy}

draw vshort on plot vbuy

next_day_close_orders above .5
do not draw next_day_close_orders
close above .1
volume above 100000
]



hth



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