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marine2
829 posts
msg #69675
Ignore marine2
12/8/2008 1:59:26 AM

30 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
30 day slope of ema(15) is below 0
60 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
60 day slope of ema(15) is below 0
90 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
90 day slope of ema(15) is below 0

close above 1
volume above 200000


add column 30 day slope of ema(8)
add column 60 day slope of ema(8)
add column 90 day slope of ema(8)

add column 30 day slope of ema(15)
add column 60 day slope of ema(15)
add column 90 day slope of ema(15)
and MACD(12,26)fast line is crossing above MACD(12,26)slow line previous 1 day

Thank Rump for giving us this nice filter. I just added the last line to it as the trigger. Simple but effective. It creates a condition that something is going to happen and it could be nice. My backtest is set to a time frame that was in a positive stock environment months ago.




marine2
829 posts
msg #69676
Ignore marine2
12/8/2008 2:11:17 AM

if you want it to go UP just use Rumps original filter with the trigger line. That way you got both scenarios, UP and DOWN. You might find a better trigger than this one. If so let us know. You just need a good trigger thats in a ripe setting for good day or short term trading. Since this is the environment we are in now. The only game in town.

marine2
829 posts
msg #69677
Ignore marine2
12/8/2008 2:17:50 AM

I want to repeat, this is NOT my filter but it IS......TheRumpledOne's filter. I only added the last line. Give the credit to Rump. He's the genius.

chetron
2,817 posts
msg #69678
Ignore chetron
12/8/2008 6:48:33 AM

FWIW, YOU WOULDN'T HAVE TO PUT THE DISCLAIMER ON OWNERSHIP, IF YOU HADN'T RIPPED OFF TRO'S LABEL,


/* TRO SLOT MACHINE FOR MA SLOPE */

HTH



marine2
829 posts
msg #69682
Ignore marine2
12/8/2008 1:03:18 PM

Didn't realize that but I think Rump likes us knowing who designs good stuff. He's da man!

TheRumpledOne
6,359 posts
msg #69688
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/8/2008 4:36:18 PM

Yeah... put my heading back on the filter... LOL!!

guru_trader
485 posts
msg #69714
Ignore guru_trader
modified
12/9/2008 9:40:38 AM

Clickable ...

Fetcher[
/* TRO's SLOT MACHINE FOR MA SLOPE */
close above 1
volume above 200000

30 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
30 day slope of ema(15) is below 0
60 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
60 day slope of ema(15) is below 0
90 day slope of ema(8) is below 0
90 day slope of ema(15) is below 0

add column 30 day slope of ema(8)
add column 60 day slope of ema(8)
add column 90 day slope of ema(8)

add column 30 day slope of ema(15)
add column 60 day slope of ema(15)
add column 90 day slope of ema(15)

/* marine2's addition */
MACD(12,26) fast line is crossing above MACD(12,26) slow line previous 1 day
]



marine2
829 posts
msg #69725
Ignore marine2
12/9/2008 5:14:44 PM

You da man too Guru.

acfncp3
59 posts
msg #69906
Ignore acfncp3
12/17/2008 5:44:37 PM

This is pretty cool for both finding upward slopes and downward slopes. I understand that one of the original ideas of this search was to be able to play against the bounces off the trend. But, in the spirit of "profiting at the turn" is there a way to have SF find stocks that have the Moving Average going sideways for say the last week or two and then find stocks whose Moving average begins to slope up or down. It looks like we are consolidating here in this bear market and it would be great to find stocks whose Moving average is now turning one way or the other and are just starting a new 45 degree angle.

Thanks

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