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SAFeTRADE
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msg #53982
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8/11/2007 1:59:46 PM

This may be a good time to look at some winners in the long category. I have the default sort on "turn" descending. Turn is Shares outstanding / OBV(30). This allows us to see OBV in relation to Shares Outstanding. Stocks can also be sorted on 60DayTrend descending, which is how many times in the last 60 days a new 55 day high has been hit. The same with 10DayTrend for the last 10 days. Sorting can also be done on Price% descending. Price% is where price is currently situated between the 13 day low and the 55 day high. Volume% is a shorter term look at volume in relation to the longer term volume. It can be also sorted descending. Buying opportunities present themselves as price hits a new 55 day high and also when Price% crosses above 50, with Volume% above 75. Anyway, what I am doing during this volatile period is sorting on 60daytrend descending and looking at the charts relative to these indicators:

ON THE PRICE SIDE

1. PRICE%
2. WEEKLY RSI(2)
3. RSI(14)

ON THE VOLUME SIDE

1. SHARES OUTSTANDING( I AM USING < 100)
2. TURN% FOR LONG TERM VOLUME
3. %TURN SHORT TERM VOLUME

ON THE INDICATOR SIDE

1. AROON OSCILLATOR(25) > 50 TO VERIFY TREND
2. MULTIPLE MOVING AVERAGES
4,8,20
7,14,21
13,26,50
ALL PLOTTED SEPARATELY

My two cents during this time to study the winners. These are very interesting charts.




Fetcher[
set{sh_out, shares outstanding + 100}
set{shout, sh_out / sh_out}
set{shout%, shout * 100}

set{turnvol30, obv(30) / 1000000}
set{turn30, turnvol30 / shares outstanding}
set{turn%, turn30 * 100}
set{%turn, indposition(turnvol30, 60) * 100}


set{60daytrend, count(high reached a new 55 day high in the last 1 day,60)}
set{10daytrend, count(high reached a new 55 day high in the last 1 day,10)}
set{60daybuy, count(high reached a new 55 day high in the last 1 day,1)}


close > 15
shares outstanding < 100
average volume(30) > 50000


draw pricepercent on plot rsi(14)
draw weekly rsi(2) on plot rsi(14)
set{50, 50}
draw 50 on plot rsi(14)
draw buy60 on plot rsi(14)

draw %turn on plot turn%
draw shout% on plot turn%
set{75, 75}
draw 75 on plot turn%


set{pricerangedif, high 55 day high minus low 13 day low}
set{closedif, close minus low 13 day low}
set{Pricediv, closedif / pricerangedif}
set{pricepercent, pricediv * 100}

add column pricepercent{price%}
add column %turn{volume%}

add column separator
add column turn30{turn}
add column turnvol30{obv30}
add column shares outstanding{shares}
add column separator
add column 60daytrend
add column 10daytrend

add column separator
add column aroon oscillator(25){aroon25}
draw aroon oscillator(25) line at 50
sort column 8 descending


set{m4, ema(4)}
set{m8, ema(8)}
set{m20, ema(20)}
set{m7, ema(7)}
set{m14, ema(14)}
set{m21, ema(21)}
set{m13, ema(13)}
set{m26, ema(26)}
set{m50, ema(50)}

draw m4 on plot m20
draw m8 on plot m20

draw m7 on plot m21
draw m14 on plot m21

draw m13 on plot m50
draw m26 on plot m50

draw ema(13)
draw ema(20)
draw ema(50)
draw ema(200)
draw ema(300)

draw 60daybuy
set{buy60x, 60daybuy * 100}
set{buy60, buy60x * .25}



set{p50x, count(pricepercent crossed above 50,1)}
set{p50xc, p50x * 100}
set{p%50x, p50xc *.25}
draw p%50x on plot aroon oscillator(25)
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