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txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32442
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6/27/2004 11:56:57 AM

Due to a recent ruling by the SEC, insider trades are now reported within 24 hours.

http://www.sec.gov/rules/final/33-7881.htm

The only place I have been able to get this information is thru a $175.00 membership site, however, since this is SF, I will not do any advertising for another "pay site" on this forum. I have since joined and have access to this information.

I am now posting "Insider Trades" FREE exclusively at my site;

Recent Insider Trades $.001 - $1.50 and Recent Insider Trades $1.50 - $15.00.


http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/bottomlinestocks/


Come join us,


TxTrapper








cegis
235 posts
msg #32447
Ignore cegis
6/27/2004 4:27:05 PM

TxTrapper,

Is very nice of you to post the information on your web site! But, if it's from the pay service, I doubt it's legal. I'm no lawyer, so I could well be wrong. But from what I've seen with pay data, there's usually a Terms Of Service agreement that prohibits redistribution of the data. Since you've signed up, you have (at least implicitly, and maybe explicitly) agreed to be bound by the TOS.

I certainly don't want to pop your bubble of charity, but I don't want you getting yourself in hot water, either! Breach of contract and/or theft of services are no laughing matter.

Of course, if the data is available for free from other sources (SEC, perhaps?), then it'd be pretty hard (I think) for the pay service to enforct that part of the TOS...

Just my 2cents...

HTH,

C


Aries321
6 posts
msg #32450
Ignore Aries321
6/27/2004 10:38:20 PM

Tx, thanks for info


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32459
Ignore txtrapper
6/28/2004 6:40:04 PM

If insiders are buying stock, shouldn´t you be buying?

If insiders are buying shares in their own companies, they usually know something that normal investors do not. They buy because they see a merger, acquisition or great earnings ahead or simply because they think their stock is undervalued.
Peter Lynch, the former manager of the Magellan Fund, has noted that insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise. That is why we really believe that following the insiders path can lead you to enormous profits in the stock market.

Recent Insider Buys;

DUSA $9.2 (1)
2004-06-22 COOPER HILL PARTNERS LLC(Beneficial Owner (10% or more)) 50,000 Purchase $434,999
FAME $3.5 (1)
2004-06-24 MAZIN, JOSEPH(President) 1,225 Purchase $4,312
FCPO $12.25 (1)
2004-06-21 GEORGE, RICHARD E.(Director) 500 Purchase $5,550
FRBK $11.95 (1)
2004-06-23 FRENKIEL, PAUL(Chief Financial Officer) 2,000 Purchase $23,980


TxTrapper

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txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32479
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6/29/2004 4:48:46 PM

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2004 3:27 pm


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xraywiz
22 posts
msg #32497
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7/2/2004 11:08:26 AM

Hi txtrapper,
I just came across your multiday RSI filter 0f 4/13/2004:
---Slow Stochastic(5) Fast %K is below 20 and RSI(2) is below 2 for the last 3 days and Average Volume (10) is above 100000 and close is between .13 and 5---
and got a whole bunch of reds. I was looking for an indication for entry.
Am I missing somthing?
MMF


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32511
Ignore txtrapper
7/5/2004 7:20:51 PM

This may be the best little (772KB) program to come along in years.


http://www.printdesktop.com/download.htm


Enjoy,


TxTrapper


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32512
Ignore txtrapper
7/5/2004 7:35:47 PM

xraywiz

Slow Stochastic(5) Fast %K is below 20 and RSI(2) is below 2 for three days and Average Volume (10) is above 100000 and close is between .13 and 5

Try this xraywiz;

Fetcher[Show stocks where Stochastic Slow (5,3) Fast %K is below 20 and RSI(2) below 2 for three days and Average Volume (10) is above 100000]



This filter looks for stocks hitting bottom before they bounce.
Use Stochastics Fast (10,5)and another of your favorite indicators for confirmation on your chart to watch the pop begin. What you need to do is plug in the stocks that you like from the filter results, and watch for a "green hold" the next market day, that's the time for entry.


TxTrapper


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #32524
Ignore TheRumpledOne
7/7/2004 7:49:30 PM

Nice to see you are using RSI(2).


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #32526
Ignore txtrapper
7/8/2004 7:55:22 AM

RSI(3)

Actually I have had greater success using RSI(3). That means that if the RSI(3)is going up and RSI(3) is below, say, 55, on the next day the stock will "go up in price" about 75% of the time. Can't say the same for RSI(2).


TxTrapper




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