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wkloss
230 posts
msg #93826
Ignore wkloss
6/14/2010 1:23:46 PM

I have set a goal to identify and try to understand the best 5 filters on SF so I can choose a couple that fit my trading style and start trading. There appear to be hundreds of filters but only a few that have attracted a lot of posts which I assume to mean that those are the most followed filters. Since it is impossible to research every filter on SF, I would appreciate any suggestions as to which I should investigate.

If you have a suggestion, it would be helpful if you also added which version you are suggesting. Some of the threads offer many variations of the same filter and my eyes are glazing over trying to understand each one.

SF and the people who post deserve a big Thank You for sharing.

Bill

four
4,012 posts
msg #93851
Ignore four
modified
6/14/2010 10:14:41 PM

VERSION: rsi2 and rsi3 - version 1

Fetcher[

set{v1, rsi(2) minus rsi(3)}
set{v2, v1 / rsi(2)}
draw v2

close > open

v2 < -5
draw v2 line at -5
close > 1
avgvol(30) > 123000

set{var1, day point range /5}
set{buy, close + var1}
draw buy on plot close
add column buy
]



mesayah
658 posts
msg #93856
Ignore mesayah
modified
6/14/2010 10:38:00 PM

The Mesayah's Slim Shorty by far is the best filter
on SF. Amazing ROI, something like 3,500.


SLIM SHORTY




johnpaulca
11,315 posts
msg #93857
Ignore johnpaulca
6/14/2010 10:52:34 PM

Fetcher[

/* 13th Floor ADR Specs*/

set{adr10 , average day range (10) }
set{adr30 , average day range (30) }

and add column adr10
and add column adr30

average day range(10) is above 10 percent
close price is between 5 and 10000
volume is above 300000

/* TRO STAT DISPLAY - 10 PERCENT POPS PER WEEK */

set{HiOp, high - open}
set{Long_Profit, HiOp/open }

set{B10A, count(Long_Profit > .10 , 100)}

set{A10A, count(Long_Profit > .10 , 1)}
set{chg, sum( A10A - A10A 1 day ago ,5)}

and add column separator
and add column B10A {GT10%}

add column chg{(wk)}
add column chg 1 week ago{(-1wk)}
add column chg 2 weeks ago{(-2wk)}
add column chg 3 weeks ago{(-3wk)}
add column chg 4 weeks ago{(-4wk)}
add column chg 5 weeks ago{(-5wk)}
add column chg 6 weeks ago{(-6wk)}
add column chg 7 weeks ago{(-7wk)}
add column chg 8 weeks ago{(-8wk)}
and add column separator
add column industry
add column sector
and add column separator

sort column 6 descending
CHART-TIME 1 MONTH
]




petrolpeter
439 posts
msg #93863
Ignore petrolpeter
6/15/2010 2:59:41 AM

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wkloss
230 posts
msg #93871
Ignore wkloss
6/15/2010 11:38:31 AM

Mesayah,

You wrote:

"The Mesayah's Slim Shorty by far is the best filter
on SF. Amazing ROI, something like 3,500. "

Could you provide code or tell me where I could find your most recent version of Slim Shorty?

Thanks for replying to my post.

Bill



mesayah
658 posts
msg #93872
Ignore mesayah
modified
6/15/2010 11:46:24 AM

slim shorty is 2 posts up. johnpaul is a big fan of my work.
there are countless more that are closeted like branks, alf etc...

johnpaulca
11,315 posts
msg #93875
Ignore johnpaulca
6/15/2010 12:48:52 PM

All I did was to make "slim Shorty" clickable. For the records, I have never used this filter, it doesn't fit into my trading style and not a fan of brash behavior...cheers.

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