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AdamW328
84 posts
msg #59056
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1/17/2008 8:25:16 AM

How is it going Rumple?

Just wanted to know where on SF I can find a complete explanation on how to use both your zoom lens and warm pop filters. As always, your help is appreciated. Thanks!



TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #59085
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1/17/2008 10:39:38 PM

Use my filters?

All you do is run ANY filter and it selects stocks based on your selection criteria.

Then you TRADE the stocks. That means buying when you think the time is "right". You exit according to you stops, profit targets, money management, etc...

It is that simple.

There is no MAGIC FILTER that you run, buy every stock it selects and then money falls in your lap. YOU HAVE TO TRADE!!

I don't even use SF to select stocks. I use SF to run statistics on the same stocks. I want to know when something has changed.

WARM POP is something that Riggs wrote using my code.

AdamW328
84 posts
msg #59262
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1/23/2008 10:43:19 AM

Thank you for the reply Rumple. I apologize for not responding sooner, I have just been extremely busy. I do not trade the results with any of the filters here on stockfetcher. I apply the filters to watchlists I have created with stocks that I have thoroughly researched and I know are fundamentally sound. Once I run a filter and it hits a stock on my watchlist I look to make an entry.

With that said, I am just trying to get an understanding of what the zoom lens and warm-pop filters are displaying from a technical perspective.

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #59263
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1/23/2008 11:59:16 AM

The Zoom Lens Filter I wrote uses different periods for NORMALIZATION.

The Zoom Lens plots daily AND weekly data on the same chart!

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