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four
4,001 posts
msg #130162
Ignore four
7/29/2016 11:25:14 AM



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upper bollinger band(5,.05) below lower bollinger band(50,1.8)

high has been below upper bollinger band(5,.05) for the last 2 days
lower bollinger band(50,1.8) > upper bollinger band(5,.05)

close > open
low > 1
volume > 250123
add column annual dividend yield

]



four
4,001 posts
msg #130163
Ignore four
7/29/2016 11:44:51 AM



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draw ema(5) < ema(13)
draw ema(13) < ema(62)

close < ema(5)
close > open
open 1 day ago > close 1 day ago
low > 11
volume > 123123
add column annual dividend yield

]



four
4,001 posts
msg #130165
Ignore four
7/29/2016 1:21:34 PM



Fetcher[
draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) cross below 10

draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) line at 5
draw bollinger %B(20,1) line at 0

sp500

draw bollinger %B(20,1) below 1
]



ThaGekko
139 posts
msg #130167
Ignore ThaGekko
7/29/2016 1:35:54 PM

Four can you advise what your entry strategy is for these two filters? I'm looking at the charts and not seeing it... its been a long week.

draw ema(5) < ema(13)
draw ema(13) < ema(62)

close < ema(5)
close > open
open 1 day ago > close 1 day ago
low > 11
volume > 123123
add column annual dividend yield
***************************************************************
draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) cross below 10

draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) line at 5
draw bollinger %B(20,1) line at 0

sp500

draw bollinger %B(20,1) below 1

ThaGekko
139 posts
msg #130168
Ignore ThaGekko
7/29/2016 2:35:33 PM

7/29/2016 1:21:34 PM

Submit
Fetcher[
draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) cross below 10

draw bollinger %B(125,0.1) line at 5
draw bollinger %B(20,1) line at 0

sp500

draw bollinger %B(20,1) below 1
]



From page 5 this is the /Short/ setup - why did you go long?

four
4,001 posts
msg #130169
Ignore four
7/29/2016 2:43:34 PM

"entry strategy"
---------------------------------
Folks may not like my subjective answer...

I trade small and with dividends:
= Enter with a limit order a few cents under the price when I am in front of the filter and I am in the trading account.

= If I enter an order that night= I just enter a stop-limit order at high + .01.

Try for ~$50+ gain

I trade small and no dividends:
See above and I "scalp". I don't want to keep a stock without a dividend. So by "scalping" it is "like" collecting a dividend. Scalp means taking less than $30 ~usually.

--------- Finally,
-- I sometimes break the above "policies".
-- A large regularly paying dividend stock may even find me averaging in on the up -OR- down side.
-- Folks who read through my posts over the years will recognize my reluctance to take a loss. Thus I have graduated to taking small positions that don't hurt. And with a dividend I gain the ability to "average" down on the cost of the purchase.
-- Rarely short and only if there is no dividend. Even though some filters include a short trigger.
-- I try to keep learning and understanding. Thank you everyone!
-- Hopefully a filter or two will help someone else. I try to give back.
-- I "back-test" visually by clicking through StockFetcher.

hope this helps


four
4,001 posts
msg #130170
Ignore four
modified
7/29/2016 3:00:19 PM

see new comments -on chart
From page 5 this is the /Short/ setup - why did you go long?


four
4,001 posts
msg #130177
Ignore four
7/30/2016 10:41:51 PM



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set{x, rsi(9)}
low > 1
volume > 820311
draw x line at 50
x crossed above 60
draw wma(60)
draw ema(9)
add column anual dividend yield
set{rsi45, rsi(45)}
draw rsi45 line at 50
draw rsi45 line at 60
]



four
4,001 posts
msg #130180
Ignore four
modified
7/31/2016 12:49:43 AM




Fetcher[
draw Fast Stochastics Fast %K(10,1) < 5
draw ift(5,9) > .5
draw ift(5,9)line at .5
volume > 123123
low > 1
add column annual dividend yield
]



four
4,001 posts
msg #130188
Ignore four
7/31/2016 12:39:29 PM

update


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