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General Discussion · Need a similar ETF to "SH"
marine2
msg #127934
4/11/2016 2:42:28 PM

RWM = Short Russell2000 (1x)
MYY = Short MidCap400 (1x)
SBB = Short SmallCap600 (1x)
EFZ = Short MSCI EAFE (1x)
PSQ = Short QQQ (NADAQ) (1x)
SEF = Short Financials (1x)
DDG = Ultra Short Oil & Gas (1x)




General Discussion · Need a similar ETF to "SH"
marine2
msg #127926
4/11/2016 3:44:45 AM

You do DOG when you think the market will go down. You do DIA when you are betting on the market.

General Discussion · Need a similar ETF to "SH"
marine2
msg #127925
4/11/2016 3:41:11 AM

Wondering if DOG will do?

Filter Exchange · The Ultimate Filter
marine2
msg #127858
4/5/2016 4:49:16 PM

As a suggestion, you might try going into the search field for past threads and see what has been recorded so far on this question you have. I am sure someone has answered this before. Or, just keep plugging away at creating more filters that hopefully one of them will be your answer to the truth. May your investing be rich and your intentions be noble. Trade On fellow investor / trader.

Filter Exchange · The Ultimate Filter
marine2
msg #127808
4/3/2016 3:52:33 AM

Correction on the downward trend, I meant to say the Weekly Slow Stochastic(5,5) %K is crossing below 80 previous 1 day.

Filter Exchange · The Ultimate Filter
marine2
msg #127802
4/2/2016 8:05:35 PM

I'm assuming you wanted to buy into SPY when it showed a very good percentage that it was now about to trend upward. You would then use the filter code I provided in the previous communication I sent in this thread.

If not, and you wanted a filter that would tell you when SPY was about to trend downward then you would write code doing the opposite. Where the Weekly Slow Stochastic(5,5) %K is crossing above 80, etc., etc.

Filter Exchange · The Ultimate Filter
marine2
msg #127783
3/31/2016 3:03:00 PM

There really is no ultimate filter only in the eyes of the beholder. The market, and it's equities supporting it respond to general indicators and there really isn't a perfect filter predicting 100% success each and every time. But, I do have a pretty solid trend filter that used with SPY (S&P 500 ETF) can give you very nice results. Hopefully this helps you predict with better results in what the S&P 500 will do. Here is the filter:

close above 10
and weekly slow stochastic(5,5) %K is below 70 previous 1 day
and weekly slow stochastic(5,5) %K is crossing above weekly slow stochastic(5,5) %D previous 1 day
and slow stochastic(15,3) is below 75 previous 1 day
and aroon oscillator(25) is below 0 previous 1 day
and ma(20) is below ma(40) previous 1 day




General Discussion · Question: Intraday RSI2 daily calculation
marine2
msg #126912
1/25/2016 11:48:30 PM

Question is, does StockFetcher have the capabilities to provide that service? If so, what is the hold back? Is it too costly in providing that service or is it the big investment houses requesting SF in not providing that service. I call that blocking. Myself, I don't play the day trading game but I am sure many do.

Filter Exchange · Bargain stocks during market crash
marine2
msg #126865
1/22/2016 11:45:52 AM

Yeah, throw a dart at the top 30 and you will find it. Any fundamentally sound company's that shows on your favorite filter as being ready to pounce on should be the logical ones to pick. But, don't bet your entire stash on them at this point. Still use caution. China, and other parts of the world is still in turmoil. You should play the short term game until the major countries have straightened out their problems. Happy investing!

Announcements · StockFetcher Site Changes (beta)
marine2
msg #126083
11/5/2015 10:07:37 PM

Thank you Four in answering my question about the gold symbol in the right hand corner. It being a feedback response button to give SF our two cents on this new SF version.

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