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fpinero
3 posts
msg #92647
Ignore fpinero
5/14/2010 7:11:13 AM

Hello,

Can anyone help me to write a filter to look for stocks that finished yesterday at (or near of) the day's high?
I also need just the opposite, a filter that look for stock that finished yesterday at (or near of) the day's low.

Thank you very much for your help.

dwiggains
391 posts
msg #92713
Ignore dwiggains
5/14/2010 12:26:07 PM

Hi
Fetcher[
set { h, high / close} add column h
close > 1 and volume > 200,000
close gained > 3%
sort column 5 ascending
]



Fetcher[
set {L, low / close} add column L
close > 1 and volume > 200,000
close lost > 3%
sort column 5 descending
]



You can adjust the gain and lost to suit you wants.

See ya
David

four
3,995 posts
msg #92716
Ignore four
modified
5/14/2010 12:44:27 PM

Fetcher[

/*close yesterday at or near high*/

set{DIFF, high 1 day ago - close 1 day ago} and add column diff

diff < .25
volume > 123321
close > 1
sort column 2 descending
]



----------

Fetcher[

/*close yesterday at or near low*/

set{DIFF, close 1 day ago - low 1 day ago} and add column diff

diff < .25
volume > 123321
low > 1
sort column 2 descending
]



fpinero
3 posts
msg #92738
Ignore fpinero
modified
5/14/2010 4:47:22 PM

wow!! thank you very much. Works simply fine. Thanks a lot.

IMHO is very useful to look for stocks that closed on highs when market ended on lows, that's a clue for strength, of course, vice-versa is also true. Then, apply tape rading to price/volume configuration and build possible scenarios.
I've been using tape reading since some years ago, I am still alive, best proof that works (at least for me).

Again, Thank you very much.

Eman93
4,659 posts
msg #92740
Ignore Eman93
5/14/2010 5:04:09 PM

Would you like to explain and share you knowledge of tape reading it is very interesting to me.

Thanks



fpinero
3 posts
msg #92768
Ignore fpinero
5/15/2010 7:59:30 AM

Hi Eman93,

It is impossible to explain tape reading in a few paragraphs. I run a blog since 2007 covering such method. Take a look at it if you want, but the blog is in spanish http://www.quierosertrader.com
But my mentor, Vadym Graifer, has some free articles about TR (and are in english :-) ). this is one http://realitytrader.com/tapereading.html and this other is also useful http://realitytrader.com/tapereading.html#tapereading

Hope this info can help you to start the journey to the wyckoff system :-) If you have any question, don't hesitate to contact me at fpinero (at) quierosertrader (dot) com

Best regards.

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