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msg #42834
Ignore heyen
4/8/2006 5:42:40 PM

set{m,count(market is NASDAQ,1) + count(market is S&P500,1)}
m above 0
Slow Stochastics(39,3) %D above 75 for the past 40 days
count(Bollinger Width(20) above .35,40) above 0
count(Slow Stochastics(5,3) %D above 50,40) above 30
count(close more than 200% above close 60 days ago,1) equal 0
relative strength(^ixic,40) above 1.25
close 60 days ago above 52 week high 80 days ago
close below 20

Stocks outperforming overall market tend to keep going.
If you want to get a basket and hold without much fundamental research this might be an interesting approach to selecting outperforming stocks.

805 posts
msg #44902
Ignore marine2
6/12/2006 4:12:48 PM

Backtesting showed bad. I did the defaulted 3 month backtest then did the longer term backtest. Both didn't produce good enough results to encourage me to try this one. But, thanks for your input.

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