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Filter Exchange · TRADING DIVERGENCES ON THE S&P 500
marine2
msg #125046
9/17/2015 1:40:10 PM

Kevin, I have never looked into this site called Stratosearch. What is the difference between that site and the StockFetcher site we are now in?

Filter Exchange · I Look Stupid but I Really Need Someone's Help...
marine2
msg #125045
9/17/2015 1:37:38 PM

And it all depends on your timing method in trading. Are you a day trader, short term, or long term trader? Maybe you enjoy shorting stocks? Each trade method changes your filter's characteristics. No one gets good at this filter creating overnight. Study, test, and in time after doing enough paper trades and backtesting will you feel comfortable in using a particular method in choosing worthy company's to invest in. Good luck to you.

Stock Picks and Trading · Bearish News
marine2
msg #124728
8/24/2015 10:18:41 AM

Well, cash is KING again! Expert on CNBC was saying there will be another big drop in September too. Isn't it fun to play the market.......NOT! Unless of course you're buying ETF shorts.

General Discussion · How low will the market go?
marine2
msg #124641
8/12/2015 3:24:55 AM

In a market that is basically running flat where it goes up a little bit, down a little bit, on and on I invest like this: Buy FVD or SDY then buy BND. With the right balance of shares between them you will not win much but you won't lose much either. Basically pretty much negating each other. But, the good thing is, you will collect dividend monies from FVD and BND. You will make money whether the market goes up or if the market goes down. A win, win for you. As you gauge how much shares to own for each to create this teeter totter effect you need to realize the share price difference between the two. FVD has a much lower share price than its teeter totter friend, BND. Tinker with how much you need to own of each to create a wash between the two. Then rake in the money you earn from both through the dividend money they generate.

Happy Investing Everyone.

General Discussion · Stock Fetcher Staff: Revising Historical Settings
marine2
msg #124560
7/30/2015 4:28:24 PM

Thank you Stock Fetcher in acknowledging my request.

General Discussion · Stock Fetcher Staff: Revising Historical Settings
marine2
msg #124540
7/27/2015 12:09:10 PM

Stock Fetcher Staff, could you please revise the Historical settings relative to the analysis readings. Meaning, after my filter comes up with lets say 5 results and I go into one of them via its charts Historical area I then see a chart and its the arrows showing when this filter was right for this particular stock. As you go further down this page you will see the stat results showing how many times in a particular time frame (1 day, 1 week, 2 weeks, and 1 month). Could you revise this to allow for a longer time frame like, include 2 months, 3 months, etc? Or give us the option to change the time frame. Since you are removing our backtesting feature and saving money you could at least give us a longer term results time frame for us non day traders / very short term traders. We the traders that view a little longer term result action would appreciate that. Thank you.

General Discussion · How low will the market go?
marine2
msg #124539
7/27/2015 2:12:59 AM

By his remarks he doesn't have too much good to say about our market in the near future. Worried about the debt.

Filter Exchange · Nominate the filter that you rely most upon.
marine2
msg #124538
7/26/2015 10:23:54 PM

Four, make it even tighter if you also use, ma(300) is increasing previous 1 day.

Filter Exchange · Nominate the filter that you rely most upon.
marine2
msg #124537
7/26/2015 10:13:33 PM

Four, always be mindful of the weekly macd(12,26) trend lines, fast and slow lines. Only buy when they both are in a positive mode for better results. Selecting every time the green arrow shows up does not mean all of those times are ripe for buying. Just saying. Happy investing and good luck.

General Discussion · How low will the market go?
marine2
msg #124534
7/26/2015 1:43:08 AM

Thank you Four in responding.

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