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TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #48286
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
12/1/2006 12:34:57 PM

The TREND column is 3 different trends.

XYZ where

X = 10 day

Y = 60 day

Z = 200 day

So 011 or 11 is 10 day down, 60 day and 200 day up.

I am using the slope of the linear regression to determine up/down trend.

Look for rising stocks in pullbacks and that's what a 11 would be.

In another tread, FINDING THE NEXT NTRI ( I think ), I posted a filter that shows when the TREND changes. So you can catch a 11 to a 111.

HTH.






tmaugham
115 posts
msg #48334
Ignore tmaugham
12/2/2006 2:46:21 PM

Very clever TRO, thanks very much!


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