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acfncp3
59 posts
msg #73302
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4/4/2009 7:19:58 AM

I attended a webinar with Dr. Schapp the other day. He teaches about the adx dmi indicator. I have been using +di(14) and -di(14) crosses a lot in my trading. One thing that I heard that was a little new was to look for a higher high in the adx. Now he teaches that for bullish stocks the adx and +di(14) need to be above 25. Is there a way to have SF search for stocks that are making a new high in the adx. Could it even search for stocks where the first high was below 25 and the second high was above 25.

Thanks ahead of time.

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #73303
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4/4/2009 8:08:52 AM

do you have an equity i can use as an example?


traderjohn913
1 posts
msg #73909
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4/28/2009 6:18:40 PM

I've read some things about ADX that suggest if the ADX line is 0 to 25 a stock is trading in a range and take a pass on it. If the ADX line is above 25, that is the beginning of a trend(up or down). As it moves above 30 a strong trend as started. Not many stocks get above 50. Once they get above 50, you start to see an end of the trend. Just follow the ADX line and do not use +D or -D crossovers. I find this last thing hard to do.

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #73911
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modified
4/28/2009 8:24:30 PM

how about......


Fetcher[


adx above adx 34 day high 1 day ago



]



or even...


Fetcher[
pdi above pdi 34 day high 1 day ago
pdi 1 day ago below pdi 34 day high 1 day ago
]



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