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makeroftrades
29 posts
msg #26673
Ignore makeroftrades
5/31/2003 9:57:15 AM

DOES someone have a pre made measure that works well on the bottom feeders that bounce off , thanks


makeroftrades
29 posts
msg #26941
Ignore makeroftrades
6/19/2003 12:02:39 AM

guess not


ig0r
51 posts
msg #26943
Ignore ig0r
6/19/2003 9:38:23 AM

check out the 180 post thread in filter exchange, Bollinger Bands, a very powerful system is talked about there


EWZuber
1,373 posts
msg #26950
Ignore EWZuber
6/19/2003 6:38:21 PM

Try these screens.
Show stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -80 Slow stochastics %K less than 25 where the close is less than 6% above MA(200) and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -80 Slow stochastics %K less than 25 where the close is less than 6% above (50)MA and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -75 Slow stochastics %K less than 30 where the close is less than 6% above (25)MA and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -75 Slow stochastics %K less than 25(15)MA is below closing price and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

EXTREMELY OVERSOLD SCREENS ( MORE LIKELY TO BOUNCE VERY SOON )

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -90 Slow stochastics %K less than 15 (25)MA is less than 6% below closing price and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -85 Slow stochastics %K less than 15 and(15)MA is less than 6% below closing price and average volume is more than 100,000 shares

YOU MAY FIND THAT MANY OF THESE RETURNS WILL SHOW UP ON ABOVE SCREENS.

Show stocks where Fast Stochastic(5,3) Fast %K crossed above Fast Stochastic(5,3) Slow %D within the last 1 day and Average Volume(90) is above 100000and close is between 2 and 15 and fast stochastic(5,3)%K is below 25.

In a very bullish market, like we are experiencing now, the more aggressive screens working with the shorter term moving averages ( 15 & 25 DMA ) I believe are the best. I say this because any stock that is worth a darn is not bouncing up off the 200 DMA in a bullish market. You could even use the 10 DMA if used at the right time, like when the market indexes have reached an oversold stochastic bottom. The 200 DMA screen is best for more bearish markets where many stocks, even the good ones,are trading lower in comparison to their moving averages.


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