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karennma
6,386 posts
msg #56181
Ignore karennma
10/30/2007 8:01:41 AM

Hey Jr:
I think you're referring to a modified version of the "Golden Cross" Indicator.
Here's how Investopedia describes the Golden Cross:
"A crossover involving a security's short-term moving average (such as 15-day moving average) breaking above its long-term moving average (such as 50-day moving average) or resistance level.
As long-term indicators carry more weight, the Golden Cross indicates a bull market on the horizon and is reinforced by high trading volumes. Additionally, the long-term moving average becomes the new support level in the rising market."

On prophet.net I have a chart setting of MA's @ 25, 50, 100, 200.
Once a stock crosses all four MA's simultaneously, it's ready for an explosive move.

Many of the stocks you posted did this.
Stock /Date of Xover:
GBT - 8/30
ASTIZ 09/06
SDGL 09/19
LWLL - 10/17
SOYO 09/07
CTVWF -08/27

Someone here wrote a filter for this.
I checked the archives, but couldn't find it.




TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #56184
Ignore TheRumpledOne
modified
10/30/2007 8:59:46 AM

Fetcher[
/* THREE MOVING AVERAGES WITHIN 1 PERCENT OF EACH OTHER */

set{E918b,days(ma(9) is above ma(18),100)}
set{E918a,days(ma(9) is below ma(18),100)}
set{M1X, E918a - E918b}


set{E927b,days(ma(9) is above ma(27),100)}
set{E927a,days(ma(9) is below ma(27),100)}
set{M2X, E927a - E927b}


set{E1827b,days(ma(18) is above ma(27),100)}
set{E1827a,days(ma(18) is below ma(27),100)}
set{M3X, E1827a - E1827b}

set{diff1, abs(ma(9) minus ma(18) )}
set{diff2, abs(ma(18) minus ma(27) )}
set{diff3, abs(ma(9) minus ma(27) )}

/* change .01 to whatever percent you want */
set{pctdiff, close * .01}

add column diff1
add column diff2
add column diff3
add column pctdiff

add column SEPARATOR

add column M1X
add column M2X
add column M3X

diff1 below pctdiff
diff2 below pctdiff
diff3 below pctdiff

DRAW MA(9)
DRAW MA(18)
DRAW MA(27)

close above 20
volume above 1000000

sort column 9 ascending
]



I wrote this a while ago.

karennma
6,386 posts
msg #56188
Ignore karennma
10/30/2007 10:44:43 AM

Jr:
I know you're only interested in penny stocks, but just for the sake of an example, VDSI is breaking out into that pattern.
See short term chart and apply the MA's.
:>)



karennma
6,386 posts
msg #56189
Ignore karennma
10/30/2007 10:56:58 AM

Yeah, breakin' out huge!
VDSI.


karennma
6,386 posts
msg #56190
Ignore karennma
10/30/2007 10:57:37 AM

it's the same pattern.


papawally
19 posts
msg #56193
Ignore papawally
10/30/2007 12:36:21 PM

Back in the mid to late 70's I had a friend by the name of Lawson Pierce(deceased) who published a " Pierce Commodity Newspaper" which predicted the following weekly price movement with a chart(cattle,porkbellies,corn,etc). He traded with Lind-Waldock out of Chicago.
This was pre-computers unless you had access to a main frame which he did. A Box and Jenkins book has a analysis on "Periogram(sp?)" analysis which basically lets you pull from the random chart vibration the 3 main cycles(periods) associated with the short term market movement.
By using maybe 20 days close of a stock(or anything) he could mathematically predict the future price movement of a equity. I used his newsletter and his predictions were amazing 30 years ago.He sold his system to Wall and Broad in the 80's and I'm sure somebody has made a fortune. What Stock Fetcher needs is more mathematical expressions( like matrix solvers) to allow the programing of that algorithm by someone who can figure it out. Cheers

jrbikes
624 posts
msg #56214
Ignore jrbikes
10/30/2007 9:38:20 PM

Thanks for your work rump!

I have been working 12 hour days, so I will check it out later!


jrbikes
624 posts
msg #56216
Ignore jrbikes
10/30/2007 11:14:56 PM

Well it is late and Im tired, but I was checking out your filter Rump, and its not exactly what I was looking for, but I was looking at the math functions and it gave me an idea, so I did this!

I added

Close crossed above the EMA(18) in the last 30 days
and RSI(14) crossed above 50 in the last 29 days

I had always used the same day parameters for both, so I changed it!

and I think we have it! look at MYST, your scan did bring up FMIT as mine did, I will post it tommorrow and then if you want you can code it in that crazy language and then I can print it out and save it!

Thanks again
P.S.

IF I wanted to use that 30 day parameter for a Resistance scan and I wanted to look for resistance break in the last 3 days would it be this?

Resistance(30,3)



SAFeTRADE
311 posts
msg #56229
Ignore SAFeTRADE
10/31/2007 12:59:04 PM

This looks pretty interesting...

Fetcher[

apply to symlist(aagh,gbt,astiz,sdgl,soyo,isrg,ctvwf)

/*TRADER JOES BREAKOUT TRADING MACHINE*/
draw EntryLOW on plot price
draw EntryMID on plot price
draw Triggerline on plot price

/*--OFF THE RADAR-- BASE SET UP(1)*/
/* set{vola, count(volume > avgvol(100),50)}
and vola 10 days ago has been below 10 for the last 44 days */

/* BUY BAND SIGNALS ENGINE (2) */
set{lowline, atr(22) * 4.5}
set{midline, atr(22) * 1.33}
set{setline1, upper bollinger band(63)}
set{setline2, upper bollinger band(11)}
set{topline, atr(5) * 2.8}
set{Triggerline, setline2 minus topline}
set{EntryLOW, setline1 minus lowline}
set{EntryMID, setline1 minus midline}

/*TRIGGER LINE(3)*/
set{ext, Triggerline - EntryMID }
/* and ext has crossed above 0 within the last 40 days
and pp > entrylow */

/* GLOBAL*/
/* show stocks where price is between .4 and 4
and avgvol(90) is > 50000 */

/* VISUAL AIDS */
set{ema9, ema(9)}
set{ema18, ema(18)}
set{ema27, ema(27)}
draw ema18 on plot ema9
draw ema27 on plot ema9
draw ext 60 day low
draw atr(22)
draw atr(5) on plot atr(22)

/*DO NOT DRAW*/
do not draw pp
]



This was posted by "jpistell" on 1/13/2005. The link is as follows:
http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=view&fid=1002&tid=34865&qrid=&isiframe=

Might be something to alter or change to get at what you are trying to do.

SAFeTRADE
311 posts
msg #56233
Ignore SAFeTRADE
modified
10/31/2007 5:14:36 PM

Look at WLGC on 20 Aug. and 10 Oct. Also look at ITLI today? I looked at weekly MACD plotted on MACD. Weekly MACD coming from a flat base. I also looked at Weekly RSI(14) on plot on RSI(14). Wait for Weekly RSI(14) to cross somewhere around 65-68. See what you think. Also looks like the MACD will be tucked inside of the Weekly MACD. ???????

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