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Mactheriverrat
958 posts
msg #130784
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modified
9/1/2016 1:42:25 PM

Submit
Fetcher[apply to symlist (amba)
chart-time is 5 months
add column Average Day Range(30)
chart-type is ohlc
draw Upper Bollinger Band(20,2)

and draw cwma(close,5) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,7) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,9) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,11) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,13) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,15) on plot price

and draw cwma(close,25) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,30) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,35) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,40) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,45) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,50) on plot price
and draw cwma(close,60) on plot price


draw RSI(14)line at 70
draw RSI(14)line at 50

Draw MA(50)
Draw MA(100)

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Looking at past chart for the last year and a half one can see the trend and when its long by the longer term group of averages. I will wait over the weekend to see how this market play out with this SPY squeeze thing. If SPY breaks lower on socalled bad news then trends will be shaky until the dust settles-

graftonian
220 posts
msg #130845
Ignore graftonian
9/3/2016 7:46:08 PM

Fetcher[
market is not OTCBB
Average Volume(30) > 1000000

/*short term*/
draw WMA(5) and draw WMA(7) and draw WMA(9) and draw WMA(11)
draw WMA(13) and draw WMA(15)

set{SS57, count(WMA(5) > WMA(7), 1)}
set{SS79, count(WMA(7) > WMA(9), 1)}
set{SS911, count(WMA(9) > WMA(11), 1)}
set{SS1113, count(WMA(11) > WMA(13), 1)}
set{SS1315, count(WMA(13) > WMA(15), 1)}
set{ss1, SS57 + SS79}
set{ss2, ss1 + SS911}
set{ss3, ss2 + SS1113}
set{short_term_score, ss3 + SS1315}

/*long term*/
draw WMA(70) and draw WMA(60) and draw WMA(50) and draw WMA(45)
draw WMA(40) and draw WMA(35) and draw WMA(30)

set{LS6070, count(WMA(60) > WMA(70), 1)}
set{LS5060, count(WMA(50) > WMA(60), 1)}
set{LS4550, count(WMA(45) > WMA(50), 1)}
set{LS4045, count(WMA(40) > WMA(45), 1)}
set{LS3540, count(WMA(35) > WMA(40), 1)}
set{LS3035, count(WMA(30) > WMA(35), 1)}
set{LS1, LS6070 + LS5060}
set{LS2, LS1 + LS4550}
set{LS3, LS2 + LS4045}
set{LS4, LS3 + LS3540}
set{long_term_score, LS4 + LS3035}

draw long_term_score
draw short_term_score
set{comp_score, long_term_score + short_term_score}
set{100_day_slope, 2 day slope of MA(100)}
DRAW COMP_SCORE
DRAW COMP_SCORE LINE AT 6

draw 100_day_slope
draw 100_day_slope line at 0

add column short_term_score
add column long_term_score
add column comp_score
SORT ON COLUMN 7 ASCENDING
add column 100_day_slope

SHORT_TERM_SCORE 2 DAYS AGO > 0
SHORT_TERM_SCORE 1 DAY AGO > SHORT_TERM_SCORE 2 DAYS AGO
CHART-TIME IS 6 MONTHS
/*FOR BACKTEST*/
COMP_SCORE CROSSED ABOVE 6
DRAW RSI(9)
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Mactheriverrat
958 posts
msg #130846
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
9/3/2016 7:48:56 PM

my StockFetcher filter exceeds filter performance restrictions.
For basic price mine works fine. There are some other thing SF could like when one brings a say pop up 1 year chart . Make it where I could pick another color for drawing a trend line say in red but have it where I could use the same red each time. The color picker isn't the best i've seen.

graftonian
220 posts
msg #130853
Ignore graftonian
9/4/2016 10:27:34 AM

Mac, I agree it would be nice if one could choose the color of lines drawn. Scottrade elite has this feature, and the charts are much more readable. Also, one can choose different colors for up and down trends

graftonian
220 posts
msg #131132
Ignore graftonian
9/13/2016 10:23:13 AM

Mac, Using this GMMA technique, when do you feel SPXU will be a buy? Or is it there allready?

graftonian
220 posts
msg #131188
Ignore graftonian
9/15/2016 6:09:03 PM

Mac, What kind of filter do you use to find a list of candidates of GMMA?

Mactheriverrat
958 posts
msg #131245
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
9/17/2016 11:48:40 PM

Submit
Fetcher[and draw eMA(3) on plot price
and draw EMA(5) on plot price
and draw EMA(7) on plot price
and draw EMA(9) on plot price
and draw EMA(11) on plot price
and draw EMA(13) on plot price


and draw EMA(21) on plot price
and draw EMA(24) on plot price
and draw EMA(27) on plot price
and draw EMA(30) on plot price
and draw EMA(33) on plot price
and draw EMA(36) on plot price

and EMA(21) is above EMA(21) one day ago

Market is not otcbb
market is not etf
volume is above 100000
Average Day Range(30) is above 4.00
do not draw Average Day Range(30)
add column Average Day Range(30)
chart-time is 4 months
chart-type is ohlc

DxD is number of consecutive days EMA(5) above (+)/below(-) previous EMA(5) and set{DDb,days( EMA(5) is above EMA(5) 1 day ago,100)}
set{DDa,days( EMA(5) is below EMA(5) 1 day ago,100)} set{DxD, DDa - DDb} and add column DxD {D_x_D}

do not Draw DxD

ExE is number of consecutive days EMA(21) above (+)/below(-) previous EMA(21) and set{EEb,days( EMA(21) is above EMA(21) 1 day ago,100)}
set{EEa,days( EMA(21) is below EMA(21) 1 day ago,100)} set{ExE, EEa - EEb} and add column ExE {E_x_E}

do not Draw ExE

Set{cntema3,count(ema(3)> ema(3) 1day ago,1)}
draw cntema3

Set{cntema3b,count(ema(3)< ema(3) 1day ago,1)}
draw cntema3b

Set{cntema7c,count(ema(7)> ema(7) 1day ago,1)}
draw cntema7c

Set{cntema21c,count(ema(21)> ema(21) 1day ago,1)}
draw cntema21c


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Not a bad video. It shows basic Guppy idea . Watch how the EMA(3) and EMA(5) has its first day up in a strong trend. The person who made missed a few shot's but it give's the user at least a idea.





Colored Box's are below -
1st- EMA(3) above EMA(3) one day ago
2nd -EMA(3) below EMA(3) one day ago
3rd -EMA(7) above EMA(7) one day ago
4th - EMA(21) above EMA(21) one day ago
5th - DxD is where one can sort by EMA(3) for day 1
6th - ExE is a look at the EMA(21)
The longer term investor's are the Alan Hull version not the true guppy 30 to 60 EMA's.

One can add his or her own indicator's . I think the less the better. IMHO.
One can change the Volume to more and the Average Day Range(30) to less to narrow down stocks,

Mactheriverrat
958 posts
msg #131247
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9/18/2016 1:14:20 AM

@ Graf All stocks like SPXU,TVIX, UVXY and other's wouldn't use longer term average's As you can see SPXU longer average's are just to a squeeze and not rolling over not saying that they won't. Look what SPXU has acted in the past.

Mactheriverrat
958 posts
msg #131249
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9/18/2016 2:37:28 AM

Let watch CHK and see what happen's.


pthomas215
454 posts
msg #131256
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9/18/2016 11:38:12 AM

Mac, this is great stuff. I noticed when the ST MA crosses above the LT MA you see the spike. The greatest thing about the guppy it is usually a run afterwards so you can swing trade it. what averages (i.e. ema(3) ema(5) ) do you think are more important when it comes to crossover? Or do you think it is more important to look at spacing between ST and LT?

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