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four
3,995 posts
msg #95480
Ignore four
modified
8/6/2010 12:23:47 PM

Fetcher[

dma(10,-5) > cma(DMA(10,-5),10)

low < cma(DMA(10,-5),10)

add column cma(dma(10,-5),10)
add column dma(10,-5)

close > 1
avgvol(22) > 123321

]




buy?
1. price below DMA - and -
2. DMA above MA



push5280
98 posts
msg #95703
Ignore push5280
8/17/2010 11:20:56 AM

four,

how about this using the macd crossover as a buy confirmation?
8/6/2010 12:23:47 PM


Fetcher[

dma(10,-5) > cma(DMA(10,-5),10)

low < cma(DMA(10,-5),10)

add column cma(dma(10,-5),10)
add column dma(10,-5)

close > 1
avgvol(22) > 123321
draw macd(8,17,5)
]




push5280
98 posts
msg #95705
Ignore push5280
8/17/2010 11:36:43 AM

looking at some of the charts .....

buy = dma above cma AND close below cma (not the dma)


four
3,995 posts
msg #95714
Ignore four
8/17/2010 10:36:13 PM

push5280,

Thanks.

push5280
98 posts
msg #95733
Ignore push5280
8/19/2010 2:18:05 PM

four,

here is a little somethin I tweaked from the oringinal post
Fetcher[
close > .9999
avgvol(90) > 100000
slow stochastics(17,8) %D < 25
draw macd(8,17,5)
draw dma(17, -8 )
draw cma(DMA(17,-8),17)
draw slow stochastics(17,8)
]



some observations:

buy with Slow Stoch crossover and macd confirmation or dma(17, -8 ) crossover cma(DMA(17,-8),17) confirmation
do not enter when close is above the top ma line

four
3,995 posts
msg #95753
Ignore four
8/20/2010 1:23:46 AM

Will you paper/trade this DMA strategy?

push5280
98 posts
msg #95756
Ignore push5280
8/20/2010 7:44:19 AM

I'll paper trade it for about 30 days then go live if the results look good. I'll post updates so you can folow along

four
3,995 posts
msg #95759
Ignore four
modified
8/20/2010 12:20:48 PM

Perhaps run this at the same time as your testing DMA. Might be interesting to run the comparison.

Fetcher[
draw rsi(2)
draw Slow Stochastics Slow %D(3,3,1)
draw Slow Stochastics Fast %k(3,3,1)

set{z1, close + high}
set{z2, open + z1}
set{z3, z2 / 3}

symlist(schb,schx,schg.schv,scha,schf,schc,sche)
symlist(bgu,mwj,tna,erx,fas,drn,soxl,tyh,brl,dzk,czm,edc,ndl,lbj,twol)
symlist(bgz,mwn,tza,ery,faz,drv,soxs,typ,bris,dpk,czi,edz,ndz,lhb,twoz)

draw cma(z3,6) on plot close
draw cma(z3,2) on plot close

do not draw z3
]



Have Fun and thanks for offering to post results for all of us.
For this filter, something like this:

Enter: Yesterday's High + .01
Use crossover of stochastic and moving averages and watch rsi(2) (perhaps cross above 50)?

SAFeTRADE
412 posts
msg #95820
Ignore SAFeTRADE
8/24/2010 8:56:41 PM

Stock
Fetcher[
symlist(psq,qqqq,tna,tza,fas,faz,tyh,typ,drn,drv,edc,edz)
draw dma(10,-5),10)
draw cma(DMA(10,-5),10)

add column cma(dma(10,-5),10)
add column dma(10,-5){dma105}
add column ma(5){ma5}

close > 1
avgvol(22) > 123321
]



Notice where DMA(10,-5) is in relation to MA(5) in the columns I have added. In the current day DMA(10,5)
is equal to MA(5). Hope that helps.



push5280
98 posts
msg #95994
Ignore push5280
9/3/2010 3:03:58 PM

Four,

I've played around with and changed a few things from our original posts and I've come up with this. The results look really nice!!

Fetcher[
symlist (DRV,QID,RSP,VXX,EDZ,IWB,TZA,URE,SRS,DRN,IWD,IWF,IWS,FAZ,ERX,EPI,IJR,FAS,IWN,TNA,EDC,SMN,BGZ,SPXU,VTI,TWM)
high < dma(10,-5)
draw dma(10,-5)
draw slow stochastics(3,3)
draw RSI(2)
add column price
add column slow stochastics(3,3) %K
add column RSI(2)
sort by column five ascending

chart-time is 90 days
]



You want to buy when the high is below the dma and there is an stochastics crossover.
works every time..too easy!

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