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ibankcoin
16 posts
msg #128453
Ignore ibankcoin
5/14/2016 2:31:24 PM

I've tried different indicators before to try and identify some ongoing ranges, but I'm not real happy with the results. Does anyone have a good combination or singular indicator(s) that does a good job of locating trading ranges of say, at least 6-8 weeks. Appreciate any feedback.

four
3,950 posts
msg #128458
Ignore four
modified
5/14/2016 8:33:54 PM

perhaps...



Fetcher[
sp900
low > 11
volume > 123321

draw rsi(9) 30 days ago between 60 and 70
draw rsi(9) 0 days ago between 60 and 70
30 day slope of rsi(9) > .10

draw close 30 days ago between 50 and 70
draw close 0 days ago between 50 and 70
30 day slope of close > .10

draw low 30 days ago between 50 and 70
draw low 0 days ago between 50 and 70
30 day slope of low > .10
]



Mactheriverrat
1,305 posts
msg #128462
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
5/15/2016 12:21:11 AM

PNR popped up on FOUR filter on may 13th.

3 trade with this stock
1 short
2 long
Price crossed above or below ema(13) about the same time. A price that stay above the EMA(13) more or les with out a full break of that line and A RSI(9) above for bull and below for bear. = Trends!
Gaps between the 2 longs and the break down of price to EMA(13) shows to get out when price starts playing real near that line. Same as in the bear run which I have the box crossing into the braking of that downtrend and the failure of price to hold below the ena(13) . Thus a little sideway action before the first bull run. Just wonder is it best to watch a 2nd bullish candle above or below before calling a trend.




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