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graftonian
219 posts
msg #131258
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9/18/2016 1:22:36 PM

Mac, Watched the video, plus another by Daryl Guppy. Alot of interesting ideas. I am working on 2 filters,one to measure how the long term and short term averages are "stacked", and the other to measure the compression and expansion of the two groups. Will post when I get them cleaned up.

graftonian
219 posts
msg #131265
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9/18/2016 7:59:37 PM

There are two filters in the following code, one for reversals in long term trend and another (commented out) for short dips in long trend.
Fetcher[
/*Guppy MMA, sep 18*/
market is not OTCBB
Average Volume(30) > 1000000

/*short term*/
draw EMA(3)
draw EMA(5)
draw EMA(7)
draw EMA(9)
draw EMA(11)
draw EMA(13)

/*A point for each pair stacked right*/
set{SS35, count(EMA(3) > EMA(5),1)}
set{SS57, count(EMA(5) > EMA(7), 1)}
set{SS79, count(EMA(7) > EMA(9), 1)}
set{SS911, count(EMA(9) > EMA(11), 1)}
set{SS1113, count(EMA(11) > EMA(13), 1)}

set{ss1, SS35 + SS57}
set{ss2, ss1 + SS79}
set{ss3, ss2 + SS911}
set{short_term_score, ss3 + SS1113}

/*long term*/
draw EMA(70)
draw EMA(60)
draw EMA(50)
draw EMA(40)
draw EMA(35)
draw EMA(30)

set{LS6070, count(EMA(60) > EMA(70), 1)}
set{LS5060, count(EMA(50) > EMA(60), 1)}
set{LS4050, count(EMA(40) > EMA(50), 1)}
set{LS3540, count(EMA(35) > EMA(40), 1)}
set{LS3035, count(EMA(30) > EMA(35), 1)}
set{LS1, LS6070 + LS5060}
set{LS2, LS1 + LS4050}
set{LS3, LS2 + LS3540}
set{long_term_score, LS3 + LS3035}

draw long_term_score
draw short_term_score
set{comp_score, long_term_score + short_term_score}

add column separator
add column short_term_score
add column long_term_score
add column comp_score

/*compression/expansion*/
set{short_band01, EMA(3) - EMA(15)}
set{short_bandwidth, short_band01 / EMA(15)}
draw short_bandwidth
draw short_bandwidth line at 0
set{long_band01, EMA(30) - EMA(70)}
set{long_bandwidth, long_band01 / EMA(70)}
draw long_bandwidth on plot short_bandwidth
add column separator
add column short_bandwidth
add column long_bandWidth

/*FILTER for trend reversal*/
set{days_down, count(comp_score < 1, 15)}
add column days_down
sort on column 9 descending
comp_score > 0
long_term_score < 1
short_term_score < 3
short_term_score > short_term_score 1 day ago

/*FILTER for short term dip in trend*/
/*long_term_score > 4
short_term_score > 1
sort on column 6 ascending*/

/*entry point, trying to figure out how to code a count back line*/

draw rsi(14)
do not draw comp_score
]




graftonian
219 posts
msg #131299
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9/19/2016 11:32:18 AM

To see if I understand this system, your thoughts on CTLT with a close above 26.09 today.

Mactheriverrat
955 posts
msg #131322
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modified
9/20/2016 1:31:43 AM

I would say yes on CTLT


As for my CHK which I was just watching . It was a bad call as there was weakness in the short term group and flatness in the longer term group




Here is the code for those bottom to lines
the diff is for ratio for the ema(3) vs the ema(13)
and diff1 is for the ratio EMA(13) vs EMA(36)


set{diff, EMA(3) - EMA(13)}
draw diff

set{diff1, EMA(21) - EMA(36)}
draw diff1


Mactheriverrat
955 posts
msg #131324
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9/20/2016 2:38:51 AM

I'm still playing with this filter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

graftonian
219 posts
msg #131337
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9/20/2016 2:52:13 PM

mac, looks like we're both working in the same direction. Those 2 lower lines of yours are the same as my term"bandwidth", except I divided the difference by the long term ema, to get a number that was more universal across a group of stocks.
Todays pick for me would be CLNY, but looks like a DOJI, so would wait awhile tomorrow.

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