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holygrail
72 posts
msg #28756
Ignore holygrail
9/21/2003 2:19:25 AM

the other filters i had do not work anymore because sf changed info that they were calculated by and even all the back test are not the same as my original formulas- sorry but here is one i came up with today that should be very profitable and cheaper makes you more money --on this filter you can adjust the price amount and the volume amount to your liking filter---- show stocks where volume decreasing over last 3 days and close decreasing over last three days this should make you more than any filter you have ever had on here and it gets better the longer you have the stocks another thing you can add to this or any filter you have which enables you to always have the most profitable and best stock moving up is as follows-- ---set{ae20,atr(20)/ ema(20)} and show stocks where volume decreasing over last 3 days and close decreasing over last 3 days and add column ae20 and draw ae20 ----what this gives you the daily percent movement a stock has had over the last 20 days- the higher this percent the more money you make -- here is this filter in --Performance results for your filter covering the dates:
Friday August 29, 2003 to Friday September 19, 2003

Change Offset
<< Week Day Previous Next Day Week >>
Results For Next... Overall Adv(%) Dec(%) Adv vs Dec Unch IXIC(%) DJIA(%)
1 Day +4.46% 12 (+6.46%) 1 (-1.75%)
4 +1.71% +1.14%
2 Days +9.47% 14 (+11.65%) 1 (-2.04%)
2 +2.34% +1.62%
3 Days +9.56% 15 (+11.03%) 1 (-2.92%)
1 +3.23% +1.83%
4 Days +8.76% 14 (+10.64%) 0 (n/a)
3 +2.64% +0.93%
1 Week +8.87% 13 (+12.24%) 1 (-8.33%)
3 +4.32% +1.81%
Current +19.57% 14 (+25.35%) 1 (-22.22%)
2 +5.26% +2.43%
17 matching stocks
Performance results for your filter covering the dates:
Monday March 31, 2003 to Friday September 19, 2003

Change Offset
<< Week Day Previous Next Day Week >>
Results For Next... Overall Adv(%) Dec(%) Adv vs Dec Unch IXIC(%) DJIA(%)
1 Day +0.84% 20 (+2.80%) 9 (-3.34%)
2 +0.53% +0.97%
2 Days +4.85% 28 (+5.84%) 2 (-6.55%)
1 +4.14% +3.67%
3 Days +4.58% 25 (+6.12%) 3 (-3.72%)
3 +4.13% +3.11%
4 Days +4.66% 25 (+7.14%) 5 (-6.83%)
1 +3.16% +3.57%
1 Week +5.72% 28 (+6.83%) 2 (-6.93%)
1 +3.60% +3.86%
1 Month +18.98% 28 (+22.42%) 3 (-13.12%)
0 +12.06% +7.39%
3 Month +51.51% 29 (+55.32%) 2 (-3.72%)
0 +24.03% +13.49%
Current +76.50% 30 (+79.61%) 1 (-16.67%)
0 +42.09% +20.68%
31 matching stocks


14 (+2.99%) 19 (-2.04%)
6 -0.23% -0.35%
2 Days +1.05% 17 (+5.62%) 19 (-2.88%)
3 -1.29% -1.02%
3 Days -1.11% 15 (+8.72%) 23 (-7.57%)
1 -3.34% -2.89%
4 Days -0.35% 18 (+7.25%) 20 (-7.21%)
1 -2.82% -1.94%
1 Week +3.67% 24 (+10.59%) 15 (-7.42%)
0 +0.67% +0.67%
1 Month +7.65% 22 (+20.10%) 16 (-9.00%)
1 +6.04% +3.32%
3 Month +47.09% 33 (+57.99%) 4 (-19.30%)
2 +16.96% +9.18%
Current +102.84% 34 (+118.29%) 2 (-5.44%)
3 +37.35% +17.19%
39 matching stocks as you can see the farther you go out the more money you make -this is on the whole market this is what happens when you make it below 2 $ on the results above .64% 5 (+13.84%) 5 (-4.38%)
3 -1.29% -1.02%
3 Days -2.32% 4 (+21.62%) 8 (-14.59%)
1 -3.34% -2.89%
4 Days -1.46% 4 (+17.70%) 8 (-11.23%)
1 -2.82% -1.94%
1 Week +5.99% 6 (+25.15%) 7 (-10.44%)
0 +0.67% +0.67%
1 Month +12.51% 6 (+40.28%) 6 (-13.17%)
1 +6.04% +3.32%
3 Month +86.32% 9 (+131.91%) 2 (-32.50%)
2 +16.96% +9.18%
Current +179.74% 10 (+233.66%) 0 (n/a)
3 +37.35% +17.19%
13 matching stocks



here is <2$ within the last month


Performance results for your filter covering the dates:
Thursday August 28, 2003 to Friday September 19, 2003

Change Offset
<< Week Day Previous Next Day Week >>
Results For Next... Overall Adv(%) Dec(%) Adv vs Dec Unch IXIC(%) DJIA(%)
1 Day +3.15% 1 (+12.60%) 0 (n/a)
3 +0.57% +0.44%
2 Days +13.59% 3 (+18.12%) 0 (n/a)
1 +2.29% +1.59%
3 Days +24.60% 4 (+24.60%) 0 (n/a)
0 +2.93% +2.07%
4 Days +23.56% 4 (+23.56%) 0 (n/a)
0 +3.82% +2.28%
1 Week +25.98% 4 (+25.98%) 0 (n/a)
0 +3.23% +1.38%
Current +50.47% 3 (+67.29%) 0 (n/a)
1 +5.86% +2.89%
4 matching
as you can see this filter is off the charts



makeroftrades
29 posts
msg #28782
Ignore makeroftrades
9/21/2003 10:12:21 PM

MAN IM LOST , WHAT IS THE FILTER , FOR STOCKS 0.20--5.00, THANKS AHEAD


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #28785
Ignore txtrapper
9/21/2003 10:36:03 PM


I copied and pasted this one earlier, and it's working for me!


Fetcher[set{ae20,atr(20)/ ema(20)} and show stocks where volume decreasing over last 3 days and close decreasing over last 3 days and add column ae20 and draw ae20]



tx


risjr
123 posts
msg #28904
Ignore risjr
9/26/2003 1:48:48 PM

LOTS ............. AND LOTS................ OF.............RED....RED...RED!!


YEAH, DEFINITELY NOT PROFITABLE!!


RON


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28920
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/27/2003 12:33:17 PM

Hey Ron:

I think the world knows you don't want to use the filter...




risjr
123 posts
msg #28922
Ignore risjr
9/27/2003 4:45:00 PM

I'll use any filter, that works in an up or down market, and you don't have to be glued to your computer screen ALL DAY LONG!

Your filter's, MUDDYs, and HG's work good in a generally up market, and a trading range market.

This will be a vicious correction, since NASDAQ is up over 45% and the DOW is up almost 20!

When it comes down, as it's already started, we mite be me back to THE BEAR!?!

Your RSI(2), and HG's filters have been working for the last few months, in a predominantly up market

The Muddy group lost quite a bit this week!

Like I said, we'll see how RSI(2) rules in a down market!

I very appreciative of everyone's contribution on this board!!

Your filters are great for those people that can stay at a computer all day long!

My approach, along with Joe G, is different. Yours is simple, for an hour by hour basis. Mine is fine on a weekly basis!

I can only get to a computer once every 2-3 times during the day. In that short time, things can change drastically.

With your filters, and Muddys, there are lots of head fakes, even with triple matches etc.

I Don't like to lose money!

Winning is nice, conserving is even better!

Enjoy Hawaii!

Good Tradin'

Ron


EWZuber
1,373 posts
msg #28925
Ignore EWZuber
9/28/2003 4:15:24 AM

risjr
Ron, this is what I like aboyut stochastics. Watching the Daily, Weekly and Monthly charts maxing out at overbought one could see the market setting itself up for a dive.
Using this method I was able to post a warning about a considerable sell off in the markets 6 days before it happened.

By: 65degn
15 Sep 2003, 05:17 PM EDT
Msg. 410 of 414
(This msg. is a reply to 409 by 65degn.)
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NASDAQ still looking good in the short term now. Longer term it appears that we are likely in for some considerable consolidation. Weekly chart stochastics are crossing over along with Monthly chart stochastics. This tells me that unless there is a huge sustained influx of cash into the market or some other mitigating situation it seems likely we will be seeing institutions taking a lot off the table very soon.
For the time being though short term technical indicators have not broken down yet. Until that happens I will consider the market bullish. JMHO

At this point stochastics were telling the story. I had been watching this scenario unfold for weeks prior. Waiting for a fast line crossover below slow line of weekly stochastics and a complete fast line & slow line convergence on Monthly chart stochastics.
On the morning of 9/22 a 40 day trendline was broken, and on the 23rd and 24th the intraday highs tested this trendline as resistance and confirmed it both times by bouncing down off of it.

You refered to 'head fakes, IMO, this is a misnomer.
'Head fakes' are nothing more than a stock that appears to have reached a cycle bottom on daily charts but does not because the longer term weekly chart cycle is still in a decline or in distribution mode.
This is why it is dangerous to take a long position in a stock with a declining weekly chart stochastic cycle.
To stack the odds as much as one can in your favor only take positions in stocks where monthly, weekly and daily chart stochastics are all in an accumulation phase and the company has good growth and good projected growth.
If you can get in near a monthly chart cycle bottom then these positions can be held for a good period of time without all the harrangue of fast trading.
Monthly chart cycles are more for long term trades.
Often the entry for these long cycles is before the monthly chart shows a fast line cross above the slow line as it is the action of the accumulation cycles of the daily chart cycles that force a cross of the weekly cycles that force the cross of the monthly chart cycles etc.


TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28931
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/28/2003 1:21:05 PM

It is NOT the filters that don't work, it is the TRADER isn't trading properly.

If all you do is buy the stocks a filter spits out, you are NOT trading.

MAY ALL YOUR FILTERS BE COMPLETE.




TheRumpledOne
6,362 posts
msg #28932
Ignore TheRumpledOne
9/28/2003 1:47:45 PM

EWZuber:

If it isn't a secret, what Stochastic settings do you use for daily, weekly, monthly?

Thanking You in Advance.



EWZuber
1,373 posts
msg #28933
Ignore EWZuber
9/28/2003 2:43:38 PM

TheRumpledOne
I use Slow Stochastics (5,3) for all chart periodicities from Yearly to 1 minute charts.


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