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General Discussion · SF ... Parabolic SAR color plot ...
marine2
msg #117413
12/18/2013 3:29:31 PM

Just wondering what StockFetcher staff is doing to fix this charting to make it user friendly and easy on the eyes. Meaning, maybe they could provide vertical color band through the graphing portions, green = buy periods, and red = sell periods? There the Parabolic graphics could be hidden or put down in the lower sections of the graph chart to isolate it away from the pricing graphics on the chart itself. Just saying, where there's a will, there's a way.....

General Discussion · SF ... Parabolic SAR color plot ...
marine2
msg #117412
12/18/2013 3:22:43 PM

Also, when going into the "historical" (example, the 3 mo,6 mo, 1 year, 2 year, HISTORICAL modes you can chart for) graph chart associated with charts derived from a particular filter you do not see the difference in Parabolic Sars colors (red and green) like you're supposed to, instead you see one color?

General Discussion · SF ... Parabolic SAR color plot ...
marine2
msg #117411
12/18/2013 3:11:37 PM

With the Parabolic Sars graphics being shown on a specific stock chart via your coding is there a way of eliminating the daily candle pricing this chart is also showing. It seems to muddy up the graphics when both the Parabolic Sars dot imaging clashes with the candle pricing images. Too much clutter. I would rather see just the Parabolic Sars imaging alone. See what you can do about that. If not you then maybe StockFetcher staff can make this work. Thank you.

Filter Exchange · The RED LIGHT ... GREEN LIGHT Trading System !
marine2
msg #117410
12/18/2013 3:03:45 PM

I guess no answer back from Alf means he's working on it. Turn doubt into happy sunsets.

Filter Exchange · The RED LIGHT ... GREEN LIGHT Trading System !
marine2
msg #117399
12/18/2013 3:21:10 AM

Alf, this looks very interesting. Now that you have written a filter for short term trading could you write one that would depict a filter for a weekly scenario. One that would be for a little longer trading view. Making the filter a little less volitile. Let me know what you think. Thank you.

Announcements · MyRatings - Buy,Sell,Hold
marine2
msg #117319
12/10/2013 3:54:57 PM

Granted the coding to do this filter identification wouldn't be a walk in the park but it would immensely help us identify what filter in our 100 "My Filter" filters (more filters if you have the advanced verson of StockFetcher) created this buy / sell flag. Right now you have a feature showing where we can put buy / sell flags on specific stocks to which were identified via a specific filter but that's it. No identifier to which filter this chart or listed stock came from.

Currently, you have a feature that is almost there but not completely there. I hope you can fix that. Thank you.

Announcements · MyRatings - Buy,Sell,Hold
marine2
msg #117303
12/9/2013 7:46:07 PM

StockFetcher Staff, could you please see if you could put a filter identifier on each chart or listing of stocks found by one of my filters I have created and stored on the "My Filters" list. For example if I find 5 stocks via my #8 filter from My Filters group that #8 will be shown on its chart or listing (the two types of findings you give to us for viewing).

Also, with this identification established it will show in the MyRatings filter's charts or listings. For MyRatings filter identification process you could show its "My Filter" list number at the point where it was bought (ex. #8 filter and / or sold). Your present way of showing the buys and sells on your MyRating filter to which gives us results via either chart or listing visuals does not show us what filter that buy point was. Today for example if I go into create a filter and type, "show stocks where myrating is buy" it will give me all the stocks I have currently identified as a buy (green Flag). But, when I look at this listing or charts that have buy identifiers none show me what filter I used to find this particular company / stock at that point in time. I need each listing / charting to show me what filter found this company at that point in time. In this case it was one of my 100 filters I have created in My Filters section of your StockFetcher site.

I am hoping you can do this for us. Please answer back on how you feel about this. Thank you.

Marine2


General Discussion · OKAY ! So you've been sentenced to 10 years in prison ...
marine2
msg #117124
11/29/2013 3:06:19 PM

My earlier way before our ever abundant filtering tools we now have the luxury of using, I was playing a simple method of, if the stock price moved up 3 consecutive days and if this particular stock was in my "circle of financial gems" I would then buy some shares. Of course, I would never intend buying anything before the market atmosphere was showing "green" light.

Another earlier method was, when charts would show a stock price crossing above MA(50) line I would consider buying it. Again, only using stocks inside my "circle of financial gems".

How far we have come since the early days.


Filter Exchange · rvi | cci | rsi
marine2
msg #117078
11/27/2013 12:32:19 AM

Using this site as a storage facility / yearning for help with created filters seems ok as long as SF has the capacity to store and the Forum members to tolerate the continuous filter presentations. For me, if the presented filter looks interesting I will take a gander at it, test it, and if it merits my comments I will say something. If not worth my time I leave it be. That's the beauty of this Forum we have choices. Happy Investing everyone and you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

StockFetcher for iPad · Question for StockFetcher Staff
marine2
msg #117016
11/24/2013 10:51:54 PM

Thank you very much.

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