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holygrail
72 posts
msg #29603
Ignore holygrail
11/1/2003 2:37:42 PM

green is even or going plus red is going neg on stock this is the results of green ve red for the last 10 days green 88 red 19 the filter
show stocks where count(RSI(2) 1 day ago above 99,60) is above 0 and RSI(2) is below 5 and average volume(10) above 50000 and close below 0.55 and close more than 10% below close 1 day ago




TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #29606
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/1/2003 3:18:16 PM

Fetcher[show stocks where count(RSI(2) 1 day ago above 99,60) is above 0 and RSI(2) is below 5 and average volume(10) above 50000 and CLOSE ABOVE .01 and close more than 10% below close 1 day ago]




HolyGrail... I made a slight mod to look at all the stocks. Some folks like higher dollar stocks than we do.





mephisto398
1 posts
msg #29638
Ignore mephisto398
11/4/2003 7:14:00 PM

Hey, I'm kind of new here. Could anyone please explain what this statement means "count(RSI(2) 1 day ago above 99,60) is above 0 "?


Skeksis
36 posts
msg #29643
Ignore Skeksis
11/5/2003 1:07:34 AM

"count(RSI(2) 1 day ago above 99,60) is above 0 " will look for all stocks where the RSI (2) was above 99 at least once during the past 60 days

~Alan


todddunning
31 posts
msg #29811
Ignore todddunning
11/11/2003 5:36:39 PM

Wow Avery and HG - That one backtests muy bueno. I think that's the best backtest I've seen on anything, unless you guys know a better one.


murknd
62 posts
msg #29816
Ignore murknd
11/11/2003 10:22:19 PM

Avery, HG,

I don't see the logic of checking for RSI(2) >99 for the past 60 days when you're looking for a 10% price drop in the last one day - it seems this alone would have the greatest effect on RSI < 5 NOT the number of days it happended to be above 99 - as an example for today's data as a function of the number of days you check for RSI(2)>99 here's the number of matches

days matches
60 17
50 15
40 30
30 7
20 5
10 4

Is the inference that the greater the number of days RSI(2) >99 then the harder the fall and the greater probability of a bounce - or what?

I'm in this "RSI(2)<5 means everything" and it's much less important how it got there and what the history is.

D


murknd
62 posts
msg #29817
Ignore murknd
11/11/2003 10:28:13 PM

sorry about that - here are the matches

days matches
60 17
50 15
40 11
30 7
20 5
10 4


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #29821
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/12/2003 9:30:17 AM

We are looking for STRENGTH.

Look at stocks where RSI(2) hit 99. Look at their pattern for the past year.

Look at SONS and EXTR. Now wouldn't you like to find the next stock to perform like they have?

MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.



txtrapper
548 posts
msg #29998
Ignore txtrapper
11/21/2003 8:36:13 PM

toddduning...Run this one again!

~Holygrail's Muy Bueno Filter~

Fetcher[show stocks where count(RSI(2) 1 day ago above 99,60) is above 0 and RSI(2) is below 5 and average volume(10) above 50000 and CLOSE below .55 and close more than 10% below close 1 day ago and date offset is 0]



tx




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