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lanninb
17 posts
msg #28095
Ignore lanninb
8/27/2003 5:29:29 AM

I have searched for information on how RSI(10) is used in your trading strategy and come up zilch. I believe I understand the stock selection technique using RSI(2), but have not seen how RSI(10).

Would you please elaborate.

thanks


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #28096
Ignore TheRumpledOne
8/27/2003 9:23:30 AM

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TRADING TACTICS as of JULY 02, 2003
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ENTRY

- Only trade from list, lower Linear Regression (LR) bounce. RSI(10)<20% or news driven
- Look for POSITIVE DIVERGENCE
- Must be BELOW upper Bollinger Band on Daily Chart
- Look for stocks near the lower Linear Regression on 5 day intraday and/or daily chart
- Daytraders wait for 1, 2 or 3 green/white candles in a row after RSI(10)<20%

HOLD

- If goes up and passes breakeven, 1%, 2%
- Wait for RSI and/or LR to peak
- For lower LR bounce set at .01 above breakeven, 1%, 2% then wait...


EXIT

- Set STOP LOSS LIMIT ORDER
- Set above BREAKEVEN
- NEVER lose a ZERO or FIVE - capture profit/prevent loss (daytraders)
- SELL at UPPER LR or RSI >90% - don't be greedy or SELL when the green/white candles turn red/black.

STOCKS TO TRADE

- Entry at RSI < 3% on Daily Table/Chart
- Exit at RSI > 90% on Daily Table/Chart


FOCUS ON % NOT $... THE $ WILL COME!!

STOCKS TO KEEP IN PORTFOLIO

- Load the Lower/Upper LR levels in your alerts first thing in the morning
- SELL/BUY back to gain shares
- Switch OUT when at UPPER LR on Daily Chart
- Look to reenter at 13/26 ema or Lower BB/Lin Reg on Daily Chart


Many have asked about what STOP LIMIT they should use. Backtesting has found that a 15% trailing stop works the best. THIS IS FOR SWING TRADERS ONLY… DAYTRADERS TAKE YOUR PROFITS ACCORDING TO ABOVE.

Example.

Buy at $1.00 per share.
Stop Limit set at $.85.
If stocks drops to .85 you get stopped out.
If stock goes up, move the stop limit order up. If stock reaches $1.20, set the stop limit to $1.02. If stock reaches $1.50 set the stop limit to $1.27. If the stock goes to $2.00, the stop limit would be $1.70.





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lanninb
17 posts
msg #28098
Ignore lanninb
8/27/2003 9:57:23 AM

thanks

lanninb


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