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stocktrader
293 posts
msg #55274
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9/27/2007 12:44:08 AM

A bit of a pullback on the 26th. Up or down?

stocktrader
293 posts
msg #55286
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modified
9/27/2007 9:44:05 AM

SCON is located in my city of Santa Barbara, CA.

SCON would be a terrible place to work. A very suspect company over the years as far as working there or if they were going anywhere with what they were doing. The long-term charts speak for themselves.
Maybe things are changing for them......

SFMc01
272 posts
msg #55455
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10/1/2007 7:52:38 PM

Betty I looked at your list and did not see one I thought you had indicated earlier as being great:

"Show stocks where Bollinger Width(20) reached a new 3 month low "

Have you now given up on this or was it just forgotten?

Steve

betyerbottomdollar
169 posts
msg #55458
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10/1/2007 9:52:12 PM

Betty?

Are you referring to me?

I do have a girl's name but not that girly!

Man, I have backtested countless strategies and as good as the bollinger band squeeze is, the ones I have now are better. My trading filters are evolving, my friend. And I with them. The BB Squeeze filter was maxing out at about 75-80% winners with an ROI of about 80% which is unacceptable. I don't bother to keep a filter unless it returns more than 90% winners with 100%+ ROI.

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #55479
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10/2/2007 9:29:06 PM

great filters on the prior page. I really appreciate you posting them here.

Do you have any filters that you can go short on?

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #55480
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10/2/2007 9:35:43 PM

bottomdollar: how do you set the global filter?

"apply to watchlist(ibd100september21)" and update the ibd100 watchlist every friday"

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #55490
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10/3/2007 11:46:58 AM

"Do you have any filters that you can go short on?"

Fetcher[
/* kiss of death */
ema(13) crossed below ema(26)
]



Search for the divergence filters and look for price vs. rsi(2) showing negative divergence.

I learned those methods from StockHolyGrail aka Mary4Money years ago.



TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #55491
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10/3/2007 11:47:25 AM

Now we need to return to the topic:

Are you trading every stock that your filter returns?

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #55495
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10/3/2007 1:08:23 PM

thank you rumple.

Do you know how to set the global filter and import symbols to a watchlist?

Thanks for any help you can provide.

jhoffmann
9 posts
msg #55513
Ignore jhoffmann
10/3/2007 10:13:47 PM

No

I use your filters and my own filters and look for consistent patterns.

As you've pointed out a 100 times on this website...the filter is just the start.

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