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pthomas215
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msg #128987
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6/7/2016 10:13:05 PM

Four, what is your favorite short sell filter that you recommend?

four
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msg #128990
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6/8/2016 1:07:10 AM

pt-215,

I rarely short... so I haven't investigated a favorite(s).
No sarcasm.

... Additionally, I have developed a preference for dividends.

----------------- Some info :

http://www.moneyshow.com/articles/dailyguru-44809/drips-aristocrats-and-monthly-dividends/

"These are all companies that have dividend reinvestment plans, have paid dividends annually for at least the last 20 years, and are companies that I think offer good long-term potential."

--- Chuck Carlson of DRIP Investor.






pthomas215
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msg #128997
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6/8/2016 10:01:34 AM

ha no worries. you are smart to not short. I like your dividend yield filters. what does the yield mean to you in terms of stock potential?

four
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msg #129003
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6/8/2016 11:50:14 AM

pt,

For me...yield has never been investigated to help or hurt potential (ie hi yield/lo yield is better or worse for a stocks price move or volatility).

As dividends are issued, they effectively reduce the cost of the trade. Over time the dividends can equal the trade cost (or better...no cost on the trade) !!!

Also, a 3% dividend yield per year added to a small 3% trade success per year equals a 6% return on the stock.

The Dividend Aristocrats increase dividends over time... So combine an increasing dividend with a small trading gain and it adds up.

Imagine living off the dividends. "CRITICAL MASS: the minimum size or amount of something required to start or maintain a venture." https://www.google.com/search?q=critical+mass&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8

HTH

four
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msg #129086
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modified
6/11/2016 2:40:06 PM



Fetcher[
sp500 and low > 11
volume 1 day ago > 321321
add column annual dividend yield
draw bollinger %B(150,1) line at 1
draw bollinger %B(150,1) line at -1
draw bollinger %B(20,1) line at 1
draw bollinger %B(20,1) line at 0
draw rsi(2) line at 70
draw rsi(2) line at 30

rsi(2) < 5
draw bollinger %B(150,1) > 1
draw bollinger %B(20,1) < 0
]



four
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msg #129092
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6/12/2016 12:55:05 AM




Fetcher[
add column annual dividend yield
stock is optionable
volume above 500000
low > 11
draw rsi(2) crossed below 5
macd(10,15,1) < -0.5
draw macd(10,15,1) line at -.50
]



four
4,012 posts
msg #129093
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6/12/2016 1:27:02 AM



Fetcher[
symlist(xiv,vxx)
draw ppo(15,30) line at 0
draw rsi(2)
]



pthomas215
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msg #129094
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6/12/2016 11:34:26 AM

thank you four. what i have been doing is using this one below, waiting until one on the far left shows up with good volume and has already gone down 3% plus from the prior close. guaranteed 20 cents within the hour on a stock over $10 if you short right when you see it.

show stocks where pattern is cup and handle
volume is above 1000000
price is between 1 and 39
sort by column 3 ascending

still learning how to post a link.

four
4,012 posts
msg #129098
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6/12/2016 1:44:53 PM

To Make A Filter Clickable:

Type fetcher
Then put the filter inside brackets [ Filter Goes Here ]

*Remember: No spaces

four
4,012 posts
msg #129128
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6/14/2016 1:57:52 AM





Fetcher[
low > 11
volume > 500123
draw TSI(20,1,1) line at 0
draw TSI(60,1,1) line at 0
add column annual dividend yield
volume > 523123
]



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