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four
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msg #121064
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7/22/2014 1:50:19 PM

Fetcher[
set{x, rsi(30) / rsi(20)}
set{xx, rsi(25) / x}
draw xx line at 40
xx above 40
and index is russell 1000
set{1x, rsi(20) / rsi(10)}
set{1xx, rsi(10) / 1x}
draw 1xx line at 40
1xx < 40
/* LONG x > 40 AND 1xx < 40 -- stoplimit high, no exit (gain/loss) provided*/
add column annual dividend yield
]



four
3,995 posts
msg #121102
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7/25/2014 10:35:34 PM

http://www.opensecrets.org/pfds/recent_trans.php

four
3,995 posts
msg #121105
Ignore four
7/26/2014 11:21:18 AM

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/buy-and-hold-is-impossible-2014-07-25?siteid=yhoof2

novacane32000
273 posts
msg #121122
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7/27/2014 5:15:40 PM

Four
Do you have a favorite filter for going long-short?

four
3,995 posts
msg #121123
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modified
7/27/2014 6:19:00 PM

novacane32000,

No favorite for long/short. I rarely short.
I don't go short unless it pays no dividend. I don't go long unless it pays a dividend. I stay away from OTC. Low > 10. Decent volume.

I look for a dip in the short trend while the long trend is keeping the momentum (opposite for short). I enter at the trigger day price (high=long,low=short) or better, next day, with a stop-limit. I exit with a limit.

I also find that I will keep setting new trades if the stock is going down (new order based on the new high each day--if long) until it executes. This seems to keep me out of many stocks that react poorly to the filter.

You will see a "trend" in the filters posted that reflect the above thesis.I keep my "bet" small (individual stock)) enough that a 50% drawdown doesn't hurt. The dividends keep pumping new money into the 'system.

I always have trouble with the exit (win/loss).

Perhaps, you can offer your favorites with the rules... or rework one of my posts into something.


HTH


Here is something you might play with for a short. i would test it visually by moving forward, hence the offset being 100 days.
Again, you would keep resetting your order if the filter hits again. I would be interested in a filter that doesn't have to be reset. Does anyone here enter at the trigger and accept an immediate drawdown and exit for a loss? Or set a farther away stoploss and let the stock "meander" for a while? Average up? Average down? Pyramid in either direction?

Fetcher[
draw fisher transform(10) line at 0
draw fisher transform(5) line at 0
draw fisher transform(10) above 0
draw fisher transform(5) above 0
russell 3000
low > 11
and average volume(30) 1 day ago > 312312
add column annual dividend yield < .001
set{x, fisher transform(10) - fisher transform(5)}
draw x line at 0
draw x >= 0
offset 100
]



FIRST RECTANGLE:
EXAMPLE OF WAITING A WHILE FOR THE SHORT TO BE LARGE AND RUNNING INTO MANY FALSE SIGNALE AND RESETTING THE ORDER

Second Rectangle, on the other hand, went much better.



four
3,995 posts
msg #121229
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8/1/2014 11:41:02 PM



four
3,995 posts
msg #121238
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modified
8/3/2014 12:58:03 PM

Fetcher[
set {x, min(rsi(3),rsi(11)) / max(rsi(9),rsi(11))}
draw x < .15
draw x line at .15
sp500
draw rsi(3) below 2
add column annual dividend yield
]



four
3,995 posts
msg #121253
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modified
8/5/2014 12:04:45 AM

watch?



djones000buck
206 posts
msg #121255
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modified
8/5/2014 12:46:50 AM

Watch what? Pick a stop and roll lol.. Don't get much prettier than that... One thing I've kept an eye on for a pattern like that is days of overlapping price red red green closes. And the close in or above the overlap. range being the Min hi over 3 days and the max low. Just something I've noticed after a gap down with selling at times. Never been able to code it or provide stats on it.

An example for scenario would be amd the day before the 28th in the chart below. Just something I watch for in the 1st buy trigger event... I marked a few days after june 23 as another example.. Glty..



Pcl


edit 8-6 would say it is getting close to bounce territory here.

four
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msg #121335
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8/15/2014 9:49:07 AM



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