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wickcity
6 posts
msg #122234
Ignore wickcity
12/13/2014 3:20:26 PM

I'm pretty new to stock fetcher and looking for this.

A 5 EMA of the High
A 5 EMA of the Low

These two EMA's form what I call a channel.

For long setups I want to know this.

When price is below both EMA's(the channel) and when we have an open below the channel and the close price moves up inside the channel. Not sure how to post charts but an example would be BBY on 10/15/14. On my platform the 5EMA of the high is 31.23 and the 5EMA of the low is 29.71. On this day the price opened at 29.50 so the open is below the channel and it closed at 30.89 which is inside the channel.

For Short setups I want to know this.

When price is above the channel and when we have an open above the channel and close price is back down inside the channel. An example of this would be ADI on 12/11/14. The 5EMA of the low was 55.48 and the 5EMA of the high was 57.05. The open was 57.99 and that is above the channel and it closed at 56.26. So the price closed down inside the channel

Would also like these paremeters added

Price is in between 15 and 50
averagevolume(30) is above 700000
averagetruerange(10) is above .75

thanks


compound_gains
152 posts
msg #122239
Ignore compound_gains
modified
12/14/2014 3:19:37 PM

Fetcher[
set{h5ema, cema(high, 5)}
set{l5ema, cema(low, 5)}
add column h5ema
add column l5ema
/*LONG*/
close 1 day ago below l5ema 1 day ago
open below l5ema
close above l5ema
close below h5ema
close between 15 and 50
average volume(30) > 700000
atr(10) > .75
do not draw atr(10)
do not draw h5ema
do not draw l5ema
set{h5, h5ema}
set{l5, l5ema}
draw h5 on plot price
draw l5 on plot price
]



wickcity
6 posts
msg #122243
Ignore wickcity
12/15/2014 7:15:22 AM

Awesome. Thanks

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