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MARY4MONEY
806 posts
msg #75694
Ignore MARY4MONEY
6/21/2009 9:21:09 PM

they stole the rsi-2 from me in 2002- im the one who gave them the idea-anyway they spent ther next 3 years developing a rating service with it--i think i figured out what they did for the most part-- they look for stocks trading near the 200 day ma when it startes it drop down- the rating system is 1 2 3 are sells 4 5 6 7 are holds 8 9 10 are buys-- if you look on there right now you will see rimm agu pot nbr me sol are all 8 and 9 2 or buys-they all have low daily rsi-2 s now in the 2% area--this is how they do it and i want to see if any of you can make a very accurate filter for this- what it is you find stock that the rsi-2 was >85%-the higher the better that dropped down <10% in 3-8 days- the faster the better-if you look at fuqi- it fill really fast in 4 days down to<5% on 6-18 and got the top power rating of 10 the next day it went up 15%--Most Recent Searches


Symbol
Price 06/22 Opening
PowerRatings
(Past 5 Days)
Intraday PowerRatings
10:30 AM 01:30 PM 3:45 PM

Chart
News
Trade
FUQI 17.63 4 - - -


Trade FUQI Now



Symbol
Price Past 5 Days
(Change From Yesterday)06/15 06/16 06/17 06/18 06/19

PowerRating
06/22

Intraday PowerRatings
10:30 AM 01:30 PM 3:45 PM

Chart
News
Trade
FUQI 17.63 6 9 9 10 6
4 -



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #75695
Ignore chetron
modified
6/21/2009 10:57:17 PM

maybe....


Fetcher[

/* TRO RSI TOP BOTTOM FILTER DISPLAY */
/* with m4misms LONG SIDE */

SET{ ALAST5, DAYS(RSI(2) BELOW 5,20) }
SET{ BLAST5, DAYS(RSI(2) ABOVE 5,20) }
SET{ ALAST95, DAYS(RSI(2) BELOW 95,20) }
SET{ BLAST95, DAYS(RSI(2) ABOVE 95,20) }

draw blast5 on plot alast5
draw blast95 on plot alast5
draw alast95 on plot alast5

ADD COLUMN BLAST95
ADD COLUMN ALAST95


ADD COLUMN BLAST5
ADD COLUMN ALAST5

blast95 below 8.5
blast95 above -.5
blast5 above .5
blast5 1 day ago below .5

volume above 1000000

]



mystiq
650 posts
msg #75697
Ignore mystiq
6/22/2009 12:53:27 AM

*nice filter chet*

Eman93
4,659 posts
msg #75726
Ignore Eman93
6/22/2009 11:34:23 PM

Good idea but not much of a bounce on the ones I looked at



Fetcher[/* Eman rsi(2) drop to below 10 scan */
close is above 1
average volume(30) above 750000
stock is optionable
close above ma(100) 5 day ago
rsi(2) < 10
rsi(2) 4 day ago > 80
add column rsi(2)
add column rsi(2) 1 day ago {rsi2 -1}
add column rsi(2) 2 days ago {rsi2 -2}
add column rsi(2) 3 days ago {rsi2 -3}
add column rsi(2) 4 days ago {rsi2 -4}
add column rsi(2) 5 days ago {rsi2 -5}
add column rsi(2) 6 days ago {rsi2 -6}
add column rsi(2) 7 days ago {rsi2 -7}
add column rsi(2) 8 days ago {rsi2 -8}

set{sm, rsi(2) / rsi(2) 4 day ago}
set{sn, 1 - sm}
set{sm%, sn * 100}

sm% > 85

add column sm% {drop% in 4 days}

add column ind

sort column 5 ascending
]





decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #75727
Ignore decipherlinda
6/22/2009 11:36:47 PM

This filter brings up FUQI when tested for 3 days ago (as of June 22).

Sorry, must copy/paste it to a new filter.

/*RSI(2) is less than 10 and RSI(2) was greater than 85 at least once inthe last 8 days*/

RSI(2) < 10.000
and A > 0
and volume > 999,999

set{A, count(RSI(2) > 84.999, 8)}
add column A {(Cnt/8)}

add column RSI(2) {(RSI2)}
add column RSI(2) 1 day ago {(-1)}
add column RSI(2) 2 days ago {(-2)}
add column RSI(2) 3 days ago {(-3)}
add column RSI(2) 4 days ago {(-4)}
add column RSI(2) 5 days ago {(-5)}
add column RSI(2) 6 days ago {(-6)}
add column RSI(2) 7 days ago {(-7)}

and column industry

decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #75728
Ignore decipherlinda
6/23/2009 12:13:31 AM

Forgot the EMA(200)! This filter brings up all possible combinations that meet the criteria (as best I understand it) so you have to sort, for example, the col "-2" descending to see which stocks had RSI(2) > 85 two days ago, col "-3" for which stocks RSI(2) > 85 three days ago, etc.

RSI(2) < 10.000
and close near EMA(200) within the last 8 days
and A > 0
and volume > 999,999

set{A, count(RSI(2) > 84.999, 8)}
add column A {(Cnt/8)}

add column RSI(2) {(RSI2)}
add column RSI(2) 1 day ago {(-1)}
add column RSI(2) 2 days ago {(-2)}
add column RSI(2) 3 days ago {(-3)}
add column RSI(2) 4 days ago {(-4)}
add column RSI(2) 5 days ago {(-5)}
add column RSI(2) 6 days ago {(-6)}
add column RSI(2) 7 days ago {(-7)}

and column industry

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #75729
Ignore chetron
modified
6/23/2009 6:36:07 AM

no prob........

tro correction.....

Fetcher[

/* RSI(2) is less than 10 and RSI(2) was greater than 85 at least once inthe last 8 days */

set{A, count(RSI(2) > 84.999, 8)}


add column A {(Cnt/8)}

add column RSI(2) {(RSI2)}
add column RSI(2) 1 day ago {(-1)}
add column RSI(2) 2 days ago {(-2)}
add column RSI(2) 3 days ago {(-3)}
add column RSI(2) 4 days ago {(-4)}
add column RSI(2) 5 days ago {(-5)}
add column RSI(2) 6 days ago {(-6)}
add column RSI(2) 7 days ago {(-7)}

and column industry

RSI(2) < 10.000
and close near EMA(200) within the last 8 days
and A > 0
and volume > 999,999


]



TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #75744
Ignore TheRumpledOne
6/24/2009 8:18:41 AM

Make sure you define your variables BEFORE you USE them

Fetcher[

/* RSI(2) is less than 10 and RSI(2) was greater than 85 at least once inthe last 8 days */

set{A, count(RSI(2) > 84.999, 8)}

add column A {(Cnt/8)}

add column RSI(2) {(RSI2)}
add column RSI(2) 1 day ago {(-1)}
add column RSI(2) 2 days ago {(-2)}
add column RSI(2) 3 days ago {(-3)}
add column RSI(2) 4 days ago {(-4)}
add column RSI(2) 5 days ago {(-5)}
add column RSI(2) 6 days ago {(-6)}
add column RSI(2) 7 days ago {(-7)}

and column industry

RSI(2) < 10.000
and close near EMA(200) within the last 8 days
and A > 0
and volume > 999,999
]



Best to have ALL set statements first.



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #75745
Ignore chetron
6/24/2009 8:25:58 AM

thanx TRO

decipherlinda
133 posts
msg #75754
Ignore decipherlinda
6/24/2009 12:30:15 PM

TRO, I'm sure you must be right because you're just that good!

But why? The filter results were exactly the same despite the order. Obviously you've run into circumstances where it didn't work. I appreciate you taking your time to help me get it right but I'd like to understand the reason. You know, teach me to fish.

Thank you!!! Thank you!!!

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