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General Discussion · Can Someone Answer This
marine2
msg #128086
modified
4/20/2016 1:49:05 PM

Or do a strategy where you take opposite stocks or ETF's that go opposite from each other. Example, try doing this with FVD vs BND etf's. Play Long with one or the other or, play them both to create a Long and Short situation and see which equity plays better than the other. And the beauty of these two equities are, they both give either interest or dividends while holding them. Another words, they keep on giving while you own them. Great huh!

Can you think of others that go against each other? If so, could you please share them with us. Thank you.

Filter Exchange · My favorite Filter
marine2
msg #128042
4/18/2016 1:12:44 PM

Momentum play with lots of scare into it. Chasing a stock up to a short term peak then selling out. Day trading for sure and maybe into the next day?

General Discussion · Can Someone Answer This
marine2
msg #128029
4/17/2016 11:50:32 PM

Thank you Four, I will check these sites out.

General Discussion · Can Someone Answer This
marine2
msg #128019
4/17/2016 9:25:34 AM

Is there any proven data / backtesting proving whether shorting stocks / market was more financially rewarding than going long on stocks / market? Always considered shorting stocks but got timid because of its more extreme volatility than betting on stocks (if that is even true?). Can anyone help me on this?

Filter Exchange · Winning Strategy
marine2
msg #128017
4/16/2016 3:53:52 PM

By creating your very own, personal, filter you will know exactly what it does and how your behavior handles it. Many things go into selecting the right stock at the right time. From the filter itself, to current market conditions, to your own investing style. Investing with someone else's filter is like using another persons golf club, or ball glove. The same in nature but not in that personal zone you need to feel warm and fuzzy.

General Discussion · You want to help??
marine2
msg #128014
modified
4/16/2016 12:46:21 AM

Kevin, which ever two that would create a trigger for either a buy situation (crossing above the other) or sell (crossing below the other) situation. Is it possible to take two of those you mentioned and write a filter showing the cross over? Like you would see when %K & %D Stochastic lines cross or like when the MACD Fast and Slow lines cross. A crossover but with KST lines. Is it possible?

Stock Picks and Trading · FOUR - Do you still have HSY
marine2
msg #127974
modified
4/14/2016 11:44:28 AM

Am I to assume you all are mainly day term traders? Or sometimes short term traders (more than just one day)?

For day trading, are you using what minute (5, 10, 15 min) for your filtering and charting basis?

For your short term trading method what main filtering basics are you utilizing to give you entry and exit information?

And yes, after you answer my questions I still want to live. :-)

General Discussion · You want to help??
marine2
msg #127963
modified
4/13/2016 3:22:09 PM

Ok here goes, can anyone help on this question: How would I write code to show the two lines of KST measurements crossing above one another? Thanks!

Stock Picks and Trading · Intraday Alerts
marine2
msg #127945
4/12/2016 1:31:30 PM

If you like risk then you stay with SPY a little longer to catch its last gasp of fresh air then down she goes. It's getting frothy / too toppy for my liking. I am expecting it to rest until the measurements look to hook back up again. What's your thoughts on SPY's short term forecast?

Filter Exchange · KST crossing question
marine2
msg #127935
4/11/2016 2:49:45 PM

How would I write code to show the two lines of KST measurements crossing above one another? Thanks!

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