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doroneliasian
25 posts
msg #62012
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5/1/2008 9:14:24 AM

Hey guys.
I've noticed that using the relative strength paremeter improves my short filter immensly.
Do any of you have an idea that works and improves long filters?

maxreturn
745 posts
msg #62017
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5/1/2008 12:53:11 PM

Yes. My results for long/short swing trades have been much better when I first wait for the SPX to become oversold/overbought into support/resistance.

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