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msg #99775
Ignore bagsby32
3/19/2011 5:32:41 AM

Where can I find info on how to write exit filters for my scans? Any examples of exit filters would be helpful. Thanks.

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msg #99787
Ignore four
3/19/2011 8:15:06 PM

I don't know your entry criteria...


1. exit when close crosses over a moving average :: close crossed above ema(5)
2. exit when rsi crosses above a value :: rsi(2) crossed above 29
3. exit with a profit or number of days :: .25 profit or 3 days since buy


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msg #99795
Ignore bagsby32
3/20/2011 8:10:06 PM

Four, thank you for taking the time. You have me heading in the right direction.

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msg #99800
Ignore jimvin
3/20/2011 11:53:12 PM

Another approach is to set a traiking stop-loss on your picks. O'Neill recommends 8%, but I've found the market too volatile; others recomend from 5% to 10%. For my style of trading (buy Monday at open, sell Friday at 3:30) that a 5% loss works well.

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