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UNITED
81 posts
msg #40212
Ignore UNITED
1/12/2006 10:13:42 PM

ANY SCANS FOR LONG TERM ROLLERS?ON 4-5 YEAR CHARTS.CK OUT FONR,TIDE,CLTR....


yepher
353 posts
msg #40213
Ignore yepher
1/12/2006 10:20:27 PM

United,

Can you do me a favor and turn off the CAP-LOCK key? I feel like you are yelling at us ;)

Thanks,
--Yepher


UNITED
81 posts
msg #40216
Ignore UNITED
1/12/2006 10:38:59 PM

I turned it off,sorry about that,I'm half deaf.How about an answer to my question.Thanks,I need the help....


yepher
353 posts
msg #40218
Ignore yepher
1/12/2006 10:46:20 PM

United,

Maybe you could use something like this:

Fetcher[
Price trading near the bottom of a increasing 45 day channel
]



Probably need to add some price and volume restrictions.

-- Yepher


UNITED
81 posts
msg #40219
Ignore UNITED
1/12/2006 11:00:14 PM

Thanks...........


yepher
353 posts
msg #40220
Ignore yepher
1/12/2006 11:03:10 PM

Gald I can help. BTW, thanks for turning off the caps :)

-- Yepher


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #40243
Ignore nikoschopen
1/13/2006 4:45:49 PM

What you mean by "Roller" I take it to mean a "pump & dump". If so, try the following filter.

Fetcher[
set{3yrhi, weekly high 150 week high}
set{3yrlo, weekly low 150 week low}
set{diff, 3yrhi - 3yrlo}
set{pos, close - 3yrlo}
set{ratio, pos / diff}
ratio is below .05

set{pump, 3yrhi / 3yrlo}
set{dump, pump * 100}
dump above 400

add column 3yrhi
add column 3yrlo
add column ratio
add column dump{Pump&Dump %}
]



Note that I condensed the time frame from 4 to 3 years since the former took into account the Internet bubble era, which skewed the high of the chart to the left rather than in the middle. This filter essentially will yield stocks with a bell-shaped curve.

Four additional columns were added:
1) 3 year high;
2) 3 year low;
3) where the stock closed in terms of the difference between the two extremes (it must be within 5% of the 3 year low);
4) what the actual spike, or the pump side of the Pump & Dump, (in percentage) is from the low to the high.



UNITED
81 posts
msg #40244
Ignore UNITED
1/13/2006 5:12:13 PM

Thanks..............


yepher
353 posts
msg #40250
Ignore yepher
1/13/2006 6:37:44 PM

United,

Did you mean by rolling stocks as stocks that are channeling?
That is, they seem to rise and fall in value in a predictable manner, between support (the "floor") and resistance (a "ceiling").

Traders try to buy these stocks when they are increasing in value from their support level, and sell these stocks when they are declining in value from their resistance level.

Book on rolling stocks:
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0910019630/ref=ase_wegetresults/102-6023335-0118513?v=glance&s=books

-- Yepher



UNITED
81 posts
msg #40344
Ignore UNITED
1/16/2006 10:38:29 PM

Thanks..............


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