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pirate67
99 posts
msg #111297
Ignore pirate67
2/11/2013 7:59:48 PM

I recently made this filter and have been playing with it. Increases and decreases of the slopes of the ema's coincide with many tradeable moves.

Fetcher[

set{ema13slope,slope of ema(13)}
set{ema50slope,slope of ema(50)}
draw ema13slope
draw ema50slope
slope of ema(50) > 0
slope of ema(13) > 0
volume > 1000000

draw ema(13)
draw ema(50)
]



Quilln
116 posts
msg #111302
Ignore Quilln
2/11/2013 11:26:55 PM

Tennisplayer2,

A pound of 50's and perhaps 2 pounds of 20's to go please. .....Just kidden. :o) There are 454 units to a pound.
Every time I go to the bank, I ask the teller for a pound of 50 dollar bills to go. Some get it and some are confused and shake there heads.

Anyway be kewl and let's enjoy the journey.

Best regards,

Quilln -



Quilln
116 posts
msg #111303
Ignore Quilln
2/12/2013 12:05:53 AM

the following scripts are the ones I look at during the day.

13/50 ema xovers.

MA(13) crossed above MA(50) and close is above 5.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000

5/10 simple average closer to the vest

MA(5) crossed above MA(10) and close is above 5.00 and average volume(30) is above 250000

I use also the KST alone, KST - II with the TSI indicator.

once the KST xover occurs, the stock takes off for a fast buck profit. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=LGF&p=D&yr=0&mn=4&dy=0&id=p33514361070 observe at the xover then look up at the chart. LGF was on the list.


Same for the TSI indicators.

test TSI and the 13/50

Show stocks where MA(13) crossed above MA(50)
and Average Volume(90) is above 50000
and close is between 1 and 250
TSI(25,13,9) crossed above Smoothed TSI(25,13,9)

the KST and there are rules in the selecting process shown at the bottom.

/* attempt to simulate KST(10,15,20,30,10,10,10,15,9) */
/* from Beautiful British Columbia */
/* January 18, 2013 */

set{myKST_roc10_smooth10,roc(10,10)}
set{myKST_roc15_smooth10,roc(15,10)}
set{myKST_roc20_smooth10,roc(20,10)}
set{myKST_roc30_smooth15,roc(30,15)}

set{myKST_temp1,myKST_roc10_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp2,myKST_temp1+myKST_roc15_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp3,myKST_temp2+myKST_roc20_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp4,myKST_temp3+myKST_roc30_smooth15}
set{myKST,myKST_temp4/4}
set{myKST_signal9,cma(myKST,9)}


draw myKST_signal9 on plot myKST
myKST crossed above myKST_signal9

set{TSI2513,TSI(25,13)}
TSI2513 above cema(TSI2513,7)


chart-length 4 months
not otcbb
volume above 1,000,000
/* symlist(SPLS,SLB) */

the KST with the TSI included

/* attempt to simulate KST(10,15,20,30,10,10,10,15,9) */
/* from Beautiful British Columbia */
/* January 18, 2013 */

set{myKST_roc10_smooth10,roc(10,10)}
set{myKST_roc15_smooth10,roc(15,10)}
set{myKST_roc20_smooth10,roc(20,10)}
set{myKST_roc30_smooth15,roc(30,15)}

set{myKST_temp1,myKST_roc10_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp2,myKST_temp1+myKST_roc15_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp3,myKST_temp2+myKST_roc20_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp4,myKST_temp3+myKST_roc30_smooth15}
set{myKST,myKST_temp4/4}
set{myKST_signal9,cma(myKST,9)}


draw myKST_signal9 on plot myKST
myKST crossed above myKST_signal9

set{TSI2513,TSI(25,13)}
TSI2513 above cema(TSI2513,7)


chart-length 4 months
not otcbb
volume above 1,000,000
/* symlist(SPLS,SLB) */




Here are the rules for the KST or TSI

re: Quilln 1/24/2013 12:05:18 AM | message # 11064


Pecking order of finding stocks via the KST or TSI.

The Philosophy is to make a little money on each trade and then get out.

1. Screen stocks that have a volume over 750K or more shares traded in the current day. (no execeptions)

2. Screen for all stocks from $5-$60

3. Screen for stocks greater than 2.5% change

4. Be prepared to take profits after 3%. Remember, we are Traders and not Investors.

Trading:

For kwik trading, trade 1000 shares at a time and look for $ .250 to $ .750 points. Want to get in and get out fast--in one day.
Trying to make a couple of thousand dollars a week.

Calm trading, trade 500 or 1000 or more shares at a time and look for $0.51 to $1.26. The last digit is for the commish.
Want to get in and out in an orderly fashion.

One last thougth and that is..... "Know your Exit before entering a trade !!"

Happy hunting , enjoy the journey and see ya around the campus.

Quilln - A poor church mouse scratching for a living.









pirate67
99 posts
msg #111340
Ignore pirate67
2/12/2013 10:10:02 PM

Here is the filter converted to show the KST,EMA,and TSI crossover presence in the columns.

Fetcher[
/* attempt to simulate KST(10,15,20,30,10,10,10,15,9) */
/* from Beautiful British Columbia */
/* January 18, 2013 */

set{myKST_roc10_smooth10,roc(10,10)}
set{myKST_roc15_smooth10,roc(15,10)}
set{myKST_roc20_smooth10,roc(20,10)}
set{myKST_roc30_smooth15,roc(30,15)}

set{myKST_temp1,myKST_roc10_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp2,myKST_temp1+myKST_roc15_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp3,myKST_temp2+myKST_roc20_smooth10}
set{myKST_temp4,myKST_temp3+myKST_roc30_smooth15}
set{myKST,myKST_temp4/4}
set{myKST_signal9,cma(myKST,9)}


draw myKST_signal9 on plot myKST
set{countKSTxover, count(myKST crossed above myKST_signal9,1)}
add column countKSTxover


set{TSI2513,TSI(25,13)}
set{TSIxovercount,count(TSI2513 crossed above cema(TSI2513,7),1)}
draw TSI2513 on plot cema(TSI2513,7)
add column TSIxovercount

set{emaxovercount,count(ema(13) crossed above ema(50),1)}
add column emaxovercount

chart-length 4 months
not otcbb
volume above 1,000,000
]



Quilln
116 posts
msg #111344
Ignore Quilln
2/12/2013 11:47:42 PM

Pirate67,

the above screening tool is excellent and cuts down time in finding canditates per the rules for KST and the TSI.

I usually run a screen every 3 hours if time permits for any new ones during the day.

Thank you very much.

Quilln -


What do you know about TRIX indicators. Looking for early entries using the Slow TRIX and then look for the Fast TRIX to exit.

the following is the setup

A 'fast' version of TRIX is and used for *exits*. TRIX (10,6)

A 'slow' version is just about right for *entries*. TRIX (20,6)

We would then trade accordingly.

Then create a column printout for each xover.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=BMY&p=D&yr=0&mn=3&dy=0&id=p45228864036 would buy at there respect entrances and sell there exit points.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=ISL&p=D&yr=0&mn=2&dy=0&id=p40220959402 going to see that the Fast TRIX almost matches the KST plus or minus a day.

Trying to beat the KST to the punch.

dgoodrich
16 posts
msg #111354
Ignore dgoodrich
2/13/2013 3:12:33 PM

Hi Quilln

I’m the new kid on the block here. Ran across stockcharts and the BLOGS about a week ago. Have been mesmerized by your explanation (and energy) to everyone regarding your trading practices and have been studying intently. I now have the nerve to ask a question. Re: Your post on 2/1/13 to “pirate67” ( MSG No. 110856) you were explaining how you sold TZA on Nov 30th and then bought TNA on Dec 10th. Obviously you did this based upon the triggers shown by the 13/50 EMA xovers. Simple enough. My question is: Do you ignore (not trade) the “price bubbles” that occurred during that time period (11-30 thru 12-10) with TNA while you sit in cash with your TZA proceeds? Note: The 13EMA line was ABOVE the 50 the entire time. I guess the bottom line question is do you trade the Tetter Totter using 13/50 triggers OR the price bubbles but never both at the same time? Thanks a bunch in advance………perpetual student


Quilln
116 posts
msg #111359
Ignore Quilln
modified
2/13/2013 10:05:20 PM

dgoodrich,

Velcome aboard and please enjoy your stay.

Any relationship with Kengoodrich from OHIO, a fellow Seasonality player from way back on the IHUB. I am also a seasonality player.

good question and good observation.

what you see is a 3 pher. The 13/50 xovers, Simon Sez with the labels or bubbles and the KST buying and selling cross overs. just amazin. and for some side bar action, we can day trade them using the 13/50 via the LBR_studies with the TOS charts.

you know what the following two (2) are. a seesaw to the kids and a Tetter Totter to the adults.

https://www.ytemagazine.com/images/stories/Frontpage/seesaw.jpg
https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcShsCfAF7V0U0BH77KUGkbJYjE0Yv75yyAl

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=TZA&p=D&yr=0&mn=4&dy=0&id=p91697907338

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=TNA&p=D&yr=0&mn=4&dy=0&id=p89512653985

As the TZA xover signal says to sell, ALL the profits and principle amount slides down to the TNA side and waits for a buy signal.
Now on December 10th, a buy signal occurred and you start to buy at 57 and change. I bought 2000 shares at 57.74 and now look at where TNA is at now. Kewl beans don't you think. At the next xover, the process starts all over again. As you will notice, we will be trading only one (1) stock of the pair at a time. So 10 pairs only 10 stocks is working for you at all times while the others are waiting and waiting around for there turn at bat.

re: Tetter Totter Principle

Please at your leisure, read a full explanation. Sit back with a good cup of caw fee or GMCR. Bookmark it and you can review the charts every morning at 10am for an informed decision.

MDP (million dollar portfolio) as follows: http://boards.fool.com/re-tetter-totter-principle-re-30309372.aspx in the SMH sector group, a typo occurred and change SSD to SSG. The above can be back tested as far back as you can to 1993 if you like when ETF's first appeared with SPY as the first ETF. Put this in your favourite charts folder. call it up and troll down the list of charts to see what they are doing to make an informed decision. I do this every day at 10am EST.

bottomline Dgoodrich, you always, ALWAYS will be making some bread. Compounding, compounding compounding will lead you to a successful journey.


re: SIMON SEZ techniqe. please read the rules very carefully and take your time to get acclimated.

swing trade per Simon Sez for kwik trades and make a few bux. Just stick to the rules, headfakes an all.

Go back to the top of this forum and look at page 2 and the second message down or re: Quilln msg #110416 1/22/2013 10:55:08 AM

re: KST....for kwik plays, the KST is bought and sold per the xovers

dgoodrich, Do you have access to the TOS charts via TDameritrade. I suggest your clikc on my name and peruse at your leisure all the information when trading using the charts that I and some of our peers on this board use.


Hope this can be of some assistance and please enjoy the journey.

Quilln -










dgoodrich
16 posts
msg #111361
Ignore dgoodrich
2/14/2013 6:29:52 AM

Hi Quilln

Dont know kengoodrich and unfortunately not familiar with Seasonality. :-(

Thanks so much for the detailed reply. Got my homework tasks defined now. The "journey" sounds like fun.

Have a great trading day. Be back with you soon.


tennisplayer2
179 posts
msg #111362
Ignore tennisplayer2
2/14/2013 7:24:45 AM

Quilln, 454 bills to a pound. That is a great trival question. Thanks.

dgoodrich
16 posts
msg #111375
Ignore dgoodrich
2/14/2013 10:08:00 AM

Hi Quilln

I would like to setup a search or scan for the 13/50 EMA crossovers (to start) that i can run against my watch list of sector symbols and the 14++ sector pairs that you recommended trading in earlier posts. What platform (tool) would you say would be the best to do this? I know how to use stockfetcher to run a scan against an entire exchange but that's not what i want in this case.

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