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klynn55
425 posts
msg #118330
Ignore klynn55
2/23/2014 1:30:47 AM

the socratic method uses a free and open discourse , that discludes you, you are anything but open. thus goes the discourse.

Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #118334
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
2/23/2014 3:19:26 AM

Seems negativity has broken out on the SF forums. If I wanted negativity I would turn on Fox and CNN news on 2 different TV's and turned them towards each other. They could bad mouth each other for hours on in.

IMHO- Negativity is wasted energy! STUPID!
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Now getting back to my favorites thread. I rather watch stocks above the EMA(13) or even the EMA(21). To me breaking those above or below is a sign of strength or weakness. Using TRIX(2,3), macd histogram(2,6,3),fast stochastic fast %k(5,2) as early signs of change in direction. Looking at ARWR and the TRIX(2,3) fast and slow lines . One can see where buy and sell positions are while ARWR is riding up the EMA(13).

Fetcher[

symlist(abtl, achc, arwr)

Chart-time is 6 months
Draw EMA(13)
Draw MA(21)
Draw MA(50)
Draw MA(200)
draw TRIX(2,3)
draw macd histogram(2,6,3)
and draw macd histogram(12,26,9)
Draw fast stochastic fast %k(5,2)
CxC is number of consecutive days close above (+)/below(-) previous close and set{CCb,days(close is above close 1 day ago,100)}
set{CCa,days(close is below close 1 day ago,100)} set{CxC, CCa - CCb} and add column CxC {C_x_C}

do not draw CxC

and draw price line at high

]



Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #118338
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
2/23/2014 2:31:06 PM

My idea is find and or build a filter that picks up stocks like ARWR. or even TSLA most of last year as it rode up the EMA(13). Look at ARWR. My bet is its a short term sell back towards the EMA(13) or there abouts. Then another pop off the ema(13). I've looked at a million filters and read they were backtested to the point of no returen. IMHO- Keep it simple, trade the setup your looking for.

Just saying!


shillllihs
3,545 posts
msg #118340
Ignore shillllihs
2/23/2014 3:29:13 PM

Nice job. But what do we make of the other crap it also picks up? Let me know.

Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #118341
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
2/23/2014 3:59:19 PM

To each their own. One can just use the TRIX(2,3) fast and slow lines when they cross- Seems to me when the TRIX(2,3) histogram is one day up from its low below 0 the next day the Bulls start coming back in.

Fetcher[

symlist(abtl, achc, arwr)

Chart-time is 6 months
Draw EMA(13)
Draw MA(21)
Draw MA(50)
Draw MA(200)
draw TRIX(2,3)
Draw CCI(10)
Draw fisher transform(10)

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Mactheriverrat
1,328 posts
msg #118347
Ignore Mactheriverrat
2/23/2014 6:17:39 PM

I myself like TRIX(2,3) and its histogram as to me it shows more when the bears have lost steam on the short side and the Bulls start coming back as long as the price stays above the EMA(13). To me ARWR is a prime example.
Just saying.

alf44
2,025 posts
msg #118405
Ignore alf44
modified
2/27/2014 2:52:09 PM

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... this chart set-up uses an 8 period Fisher Transform along with another 8 period Fisher Transform plotted 1 day ago ...

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BUYS and SELLS are marked !


I added a few other goodies as well !

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Fetcher[

/* 8 period Fisher Transform Displaced 1 day backward */

set{fisher_1ago, Fisher Transform(8) 1 day ago}


/* 8 period Vortex Trend Indicator */

set{plus_vm, abs(high minus low 1 day ago)}
set{minus_vm, abs(low minus high 1 day ago)}

set{plus_vm8, sum(plus_vm, 8)}
set{minus_vm8, sum(minus_vm, 8)}

set{atr1, average true range(1)}
set{tr8, sum(atr1, 8)}

set{vortex_bull, plus_vm8 / tr8}
set{vortex_bear, minus_vm8 / tr8}


symlist(SPY,QQQ,DIA)

draw indicator T3(5,0.618)
draw indicator T3(8,0.618)
draw indicator EMA(55)

draw indicator vortex_bull
draw indicator vortex_bear on plot vortex_bull
draw indicator vortex_bull line at 1.00

draw indicator Fisher Transform(8)
draw indicator fisher_1ago on plot Fisher Transform(8)
draw indicator Fisher Transform(8) line at 0

chart-time is 89 days
]



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shillllihs
3,545 posts
msg #118408
Ignore shillllihs
2/27/2014 6:20:33 PM

Will look into your chart.

You ever notice the turning points that often occur at +2.00 +5.00 -2.00 -5.00?

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