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james549
53 posts
msg #34296
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12/9/2004 5:57:36 PM

Is there a way to write a filter, to pull the stocks into the filter from a specific Watch List?
Such as - Show stocks in watch List "NAME OF LIST"



xplorer
257 posts
msg #34300
Ignore xplorer
12/9/2004 9:21:55 PM

I think what you are asking is to show all the stocks in your "watch" list ...
... in my watch list called "Holdings"

show stocks where price is above 0 and apply to watchlist(Holdings)


james549
53 posts
msg #34302
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12/9/2004 9:43:19 PM

I was wondering if I could set up a filter to look for different conditions. Say by setting up a logic chain. The stocks it would pull in and apply to would be from a Watch list at my choosing. Say if I had a list of falling stocks. I could bring them into the logic filter to test for an indication of a jump.


xplorer
257 posts
msg #34304
Ignore xplorer
12/9/2004 9:58:16 PM

Once you have created a watch list ... this can be the results from one of your filters ... then you can further filter it... (this is taken directly from StockFetcher):


show stocks where MA(10) crossed above the MA(50)
and apply to watchlist(HotPicks)




james549
53 posts
msg #34306
Ignore james549
12/9/2004 10:28:34 PM

Thank you.
I was hoping there is a way to do this.
I'll give this a try.
Jim


james549
53 posts
msg #34307
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12/9/2004 10:39:23 PM

xplorer
Here is part of the idea I'm playing with.
Fetcher[show stocks were price is above 20

draw RSI(2)
draw Fast Stochastic(25,3) Fast %K
add column RSI(2)
add column 2 day slope of RSI(2)
add column Fast Stochastic(25,3) Fast %K
set{P1,(High+Low+Close,1)
Set{PP,P1/3}
add column PP
draw PP on main chart
Set{S1,(PP-(High,1)*2}
add column S1
draw S1 on main chart
Set{R1,(PP-(Low,1)*2}
add column R1
draw R1 on main Chart
and apply to watchlist(Paper)
]





xplorer
257 posts
msg #34309
Ignore xplorer
12/10/2004 6:22:24 AM

I cleaned it up for you .... but I took away a little that you may want to add back in...... but I'll be back to check in, tomorrow.

set{P1,High + Low + Close ,1}
Set{PP,P1/3}
Set{R1,PP- Low}
Set{R2,R1*2}
Set{S1,PP- High}
Set{S2,S1*2}
show stocks were price is above 20
draw RSI(2)
draw Fast Stochastic(25,3) Fast %K
add column RSI(2)
add column 2 day slope of RSI(2)
add column Fast Stochastic(25,3) Fast %K
add column PP
and draw PP
add column S2
and draw S2
add column R2
and draw R2
and apply to watchlist(paper)



james549
53 posts
msg #34310
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12/10/2004 7:34:56 AM

Thanks,

I'm still fumbling around with understanding the various syntax for adding things such as the pivot points. In this filter using the ,1 to mean one day ago. I thought this setup would be good with the pivot points, I could print them out and have them availible if I were watching the stocks for Buy and sell signals.
Maybe I,m barking up the wrong tree, but I curious as too this. - If you set up a few watch lists with various filters to fill from. Also have a number of filters using different indicators. Whether volume, RSI(2), a ratio between different ones, trends, or even produce some kind of sediment indictor say movement of sector or industry over the week ect. I might see a pattern develope for the individual stocks having the highest probabilty of what direction tomorrows move might be.

As an example I've been looking at Muddy's filter. I haven't gotten into penny stocks myself, just starting to learn about them. They deffinently have my attention. I tried appling Muddies with 60, 30, 2 average volume columns. It seems like about 50% of the matches when thier daily volume is greater than the 60, 30, 2 they turn up within a day or two. This is not a firm finding. Still playing with it.
Let me know your thoughts on this. Or if anyone else has any input it would be appreciated.



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