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dleather25
39 posts
msg #159482
Ignore dleather25
8/23/2022 12:21:28 AM

Fetcher[close < 5
volume > 30000
5 day slope of ma(20) > 5 day slope of ma(20) 10 days ago
5 day slope of ma(20) 10 days ago > 5 day slope of ma(20) 30 days ago
close is less than 5 percent above low 1 month low
market is not OTCBB
market is not ETF
Williams %R(2) < -79
add column 5 day slope of ma(20)
set{cl, close * .01}
set{rel, cl / 20 day slope of ma(20)}
add column rel
add column 20 day slope of ma(20)
set{wr, cma(Williams %R(5),2)}
draw wr
wr reached a new 1 week low with in the last 5 days
wr 2 week low > wr 3 month low
outstanding shares < 210

set{chg1, close price 1 days ago - close}
set{chg, chg1 / close}
add column chg
chg < .10
chg + chg 1 days ago < .12

set{volumeC, count(volume < 5000, 252)}
volumeC < 50

set{var1, ema(13) - ema(48)}
set{highest, var1 20 day high}
set{lowest, var1 20 day low}
set{range, highest - lowest}
set{var2, var1 - lowest}
set{var3, var2 / range}
set{var4, var3 * 100}
set{stclong, cema(var4, 5)}

add column STClong

draw stclong line at 80
draw stclong line at 20
draw ema(13)
]



I need to find a way to eliminate the stock matching the filter so much. I have went blank trying to figure out how to eliminate the dud stocks while maintaining keeping all of the good stocks that ran beautifully. I have other filters similar to this that need the same help but this one is one of my main ones that I like.

dleather25
39 posts
msg #159484
Ignore dleather25
8/23/2022 12:33:11 AM

This filter has successfully predicted the likes of
Kirk, ltrpa, hlbz, bark, agle, ear, tkat, lll, zepp, gifi, tlis, abvc, spro, atnm, ayla, sbfm, uonek, xers, dgly, avgr, mdgs, gbox

you get the picture... it's pretty solid, but when checking the historical often times it predicts it when it is still downtrending heavily or just plain out bad. I'd like to make this filter to where maybe its off on the bottoms by a little but need to eliminate the ones that are off badly while also maintaining the good ones. I also like how most of these have moved in less than a month.

shillllihs
5,804 posts
msg #159485
Ignore shillllihs
modified
8/23/2022 10:41:50 AM

I would try looking back at the picks that have fallen the most and see if those bounced.
I’d play the pullback.

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