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rc575317
2 posts
msg #98382
Ignore rc575317
1/3/2011 2:34:36 PM

I need help with writing a stock filter.

I need to write an EMA (5) crossing EMA (8) crossing EMA (20) in other words,
all three crossing each other within the last five days. All three can be crossing up or
down.

Thanks


four
3,998 posts
msg #98387
Ignore four
1/3/2011 7:00:47 PM

perhaps...

Fetcher[
count(ema(5) crossed ema(8),5) > 0
count(ema(5) crossed ema(20),5) > 0
count(ema(8) crossed ema(20),5) > 0
average volume(20) > 2500000
volume > 2500000
close > 1
]



rc575317
2 posts
msg #98389
Ignore rc575317
1/3/2011 8:03:05 PM



Thank you Mr. Fetcher for your help. I will combine that with the rest of my filter , and let you all know how it works.
The other part of the fliter is listed below and comes from Dr. Samir Elias book.

price greater than $5.00
and price less than $10.00
and percentage of price change is less than 50%
and percentage of price change is greater than 25%
and volume is greater than 250,000
and price today is greater than price yesterday
and volume today is greater than volume yesterday
draw CMF (20)
draw RSI (14)
draw RSI (12,26,9)


four
3,998 posts
msg #98390
Ignore four
modified
1/3/2011 9:17:04 PM

price greater than $5.00
price less than $10.00
and percentage of price change is less than 50%
and percentage of price change is greater than 25%
and volume is greater than 250,000
and price today is greater than price yesterday
and volume today is greater than volume yesterday
draw CMF (20)
draw RSI (14)
draw RSI (12,26,9)
--------------------
Questions to you and quick comments:
1 - Does price mean HIGH, LOW or CLOSE?
2 - How are CMF and the four RSIs used in this trading strategy?

Additionally,
in StockFetcher each RSI must be separate... draw RSI(2) , draw RSI(14)...



Thanks, Four




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