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General Discussion · Anyone having trouble with Note application on charts?
marine2
msg #117453
12/19/2013 4:15:22 PM

I take that back that I haven't found another problem with the charting function. I just went into the backtest section and called up one of my tests I ran and left in the que. When I go into the chart portion of this particular filters findings and I go into "Trades" and select one of the stocks identified there (on the colored chart) and when in that particular stock chart all my system says is "it's loading"? Again, the other day everything was working fine. I never changed versions, anything? Something must be screwy on your end. Makes no sense why these two isolated charting functions do not work now. Yet, the other charting functions work?

General Discussion · Anyone having trouble with Note application on charts?
marine2
msg #117452
12/19/2013 3:59:56 PM

I use aol / verizon as my browser / connector and no changes on my end were made since a couple of days ago when I was applying the notes to certain charts.

General Discussion · Anyone having trouble with Note application on charts?
marine2
msg #117451
12/19/2013 3:54:21 PM

Also, I am not having any other problems with your chart look or functions except for notes.

General Discussion · Anyone having trouble with Note application on charts?
marine2
msg #117450
12/19/2013 3:53:28 PM

Browser is aol's latest version, and I do not see the "note" identity wording at the top of my chart like I had the other day. I do still get the price and date identity just no "note" appearance either in a specific filter finding or when I isolate a particular chart off the filter's finding and go into its "historical" chart (area at the 3mo, 6mo, 1 year, 2 year, historical area on the original filter's screened results (aka "finding"). I was using the notes before today a couple of days ago now I don't see it? What version of aol browser is applicable to your new "note" application?


General Discussion · Anyone having trouble with Note application on charts?
marine2
msg #117447
12/19/2013 3:23:26 PM

I am having trouble adding a note to a specific chart derived off one of my filters. Just wondering if anyone else is having the same problem?

Announcements · Chart Notes
marine2
msg #117446
12/19/2013 3:20:13 PM

Why can I not add a note like you say? The other day I was adding a note to a chart now I can not. I have not added any new versions to my aol, or explorer, etc. Today I try to add notes off a particular filter and can not produce a note? Have you temporarily suspended "note" application due to doing work on it? Can you help me on this ty?

Filter Exchange · The RED LIGHT ... GREEN LIGHT Trading System !
marine2
msg #117436
12/19/2013 1:34:01 PM

I agree with you Alf. The flips are actually gaps in the P-Sar configuration. The original programmer that mathematically created the P-Sar could put this into his coding as an enhancement to his original code. Everytime there's a gap his coding changes to the other color depending on up and down direction. I commend Alf in showing us this new action view on each stock / equity that is of interest to a trader.

Filter Exchange · The RED LIGHT ... GREEN LIGHT Trading System !
marine2
msg #117424
12/19/2013 12:20:41 AM

Hard to beat the SPY, QQQ, and DIA, over time if you did the buy and hold back in 2009 until now. But if it did prove this technique shown here on Alf's Sar chart can identify fairly quickly short term buy and sell points without the use of writing a custom filter and make money doing it I say heck yes, go for it. You can not backtest this because there is nothing to grab for testing. You would need to base your regular stock picks off buy or sell points via the buy and sell points of the major sector ETF's and the market's ETF's. Alf is just thinking out of the box and creating an interesting twist on stock trading.

General Discussion · Modern Portfolio Theory - Harry Markowitz
marine2
msg #117415
12/18/2013 3:38:36 PM

Always based on risk percentages. How much risk are you willing to take on when considering portfolio make up and success percentages each gives you back. Your age of course is a vital element in determining risk.

General Discussion · Statistical probabilities
marine2
msg #117414
12/18/2013 3:34:59 PM

Your not thinking about, Stock Trader's Almanac are you? There they have statistics on seasonal probabilities up the ying yang.

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