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rsarno
103 posts
msg #34915
Ignore rsarno
1/17/2005 4:38:28 AM

i see this page: http://yepher.com/~yepher/stockfetcher/command-cmddoc.html#support - resistance

i would like to know which you have found to be most affective/accurate for short term support/resistance levels.

or if you have a new filter please share, im very curious.

thank you.


rsarno
103 posts
msg #34934
Ignore rsarno
1/18/2005 10:16:23 PM

did i ask this question wrong?

or maybe the answer is so obvious so nobody wants to help?

please advise.

thanks


rsarno
103 posts
msg #34952
Ignore rsarno
1/23/2005 10:36:25 AM

bump


rsarno
103 posts
msg #35027
Ignore rsarno
1/31/2005 9:55:16 PM

bump


james549
53 posts
msg #35028
Ignore james549
1/31/2005 10:16:02 PM

rsarno

This is one I've been using.

Fetcher[show stocks where high is below support(60,10,1)]



Tweek it and see what you can find.

Fetcher[show stocks where high is below support(45,10,1)]




rsarno
103 posts
msg #35030
Ignore rsarno
1/31/2005 11:29:24 PM

thank you for response and sample filters, i will work with them but im REALLY REALLY bad at any of this stuff, haha

in exchange i will share with you my filter i have been working on, it seams to be doing good results i think ..

offset is 5

show stocks where close has been decreasing for 3 days
and volume has been increasing for 2 days
and volume is above 300000
and average volume(90) is above 300000
and FAST STOCHASTIC FAST %K (14) IS BELOW 10

AND SET{TOPTAIL,HIGH-OPEN}
AND SET{BOTTAIL,CLOSE-LOW}
AND SET{TAILDELTA,BOTTAIL-TOPTAIL}
AND TAILDELTA IS ABOVE 0
AND PRICE TOUCHED LOWER BOLLINGER BAND(20)

AND rsi(2) below 10
AND fast stochastic(14,3) fast %k above fast stochastic(14,3) fast %k 1 day ago
AND close near bottom linear regression line(60)


would also love some feedback or refines on that as well if possible


james549
53 posts
msg #35034
Ignore james549
2/1/2005 7:13:25 AM

Try this out.
I added a space around minus signs. No sytax errors now.
Changed RSI(2) to RSI(3)
Stochastics to (5)
In the crossover line %k was used in both places. Changed one to %d.

Fetcher[show stocks where close has been decreasing for 3 days
and volume has been increasing for 2 days
and volume is above 300000
and average volume(90) is above 300000
and FAST STOCHASTIC FAST %K (5) IS BELOW 10

AND SET{TOPTAIL,HIGH - OPEN}
AND SET{BOTTAIL,CLOSE - LOW}
AND SET{TAILDELTA,BOTTAIL - TOPTAIL}
AND TAILDELTA IS ABOVE 0
AND PRICE TOUCHED LOWER BOLLINGER BAND(20)

AND rsi(3) below 10
AND fast stochastic(14,3) fast %k above fast stochastic(14,3) fast %d 1 day ago
AND close near bottom linear regression line(60)
]




yepher
353 posts
msg #35045
Ignore yepher
2/2/2005 12:51:20 AM

james549,

Is the top/bottom tail calculation really what you meant. When calculating candle tails I tend to use min(open, close) or max(open, close) instead of just open or close directly.




james549
53 posts
msg #35052
Ignore james549
2/2/2005 9:42:18 PM

Thanks
That does work better.

jr


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