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ZeroSum
33 posts
msg #109867
Ignore ZeroSum
1/5/2013 2:12:48 PM

Trading Markets' Power Ratings seems to be based on overbought/oversold conditions.

Does anyone have an approximate SF filter that comes close to Power Ratings?

BarTune1
404 posts
msg #109868
Ignore BarTune1
1/5/2013 2:20:47 PM

The short answer is no. I have been using TM Power Ratings for several years and wouldn't be paying for them if there a filter here that approximated their ratings.

evo34
78 posts
msg #109873
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1/6/2013 1:45:32 AM

Did they provide you performance stats for recent years? Whenever I have asked for recent performance (last ~2 years), I get the run around, which I am assuming means it hasn't been good.

ZeroSum
33 posts
msg #109891
Ignore ZeroSum
1/6/2013 5:22:54 PM

No, they didn't provide performance stats (I didn't ask). There is a post on this forum that says that Power Ratings can be approximated by using 3 moving averages, but no details.

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