wamphraywater 58 posts msg #29832  Ignore wamphraywater 
11/12/2003 11:57:12 PM
OK you screen experts,
How do I word a screen that will give me stocks that opened the day below the center Linear Reg. Line and closed above.
First one to get it right gets a Donut !!!!!

TheRumpledOne 6,362 posts msg #29833  Ignore TheRumpledOne 
11/13/2003 12:57:11 AM
You didn't specify the period so I used my fav.
Now just add price and volume to your liking...
I would use:
This gets stocks in a uptrend with enough volume to daytrade.
I sure hope the Krispy Kremes have sprinkles!
MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.

wamphraywater 58 posts msg #29835  Ignore wamphraywater 
11/13/2003 2:15:51 AM
OK, only a plain one at this point.....I read the Guide but did not get a lot from it, I trade stocks in the .25 to 20 range, based on that and using SF chart what INDICATORS would you use and how would you word it to show a cross over for both the lower and the center lines on a upword slope, ( the last one did not work very well on my settings), also please show a date offset of 5 days just so I know we are on the same boat... Thanks for your time.
Cheers

TheRumpledOne 6,362 posts msg #29852  Ignore TheRumpledOne 
11/13/2003 9:12:39 PM
I don't know what you are trying to accomplish.
I look for stocks to bottom on the linear regression line for an entry signal coupled with low rsi(2).

robeal 6 posts msg #34117  Ignore robeal 
11/25/2004 1:51:43 AM
Mr Wamphrawater:
I like linear regression, but want to buy upward moving stocks that are
having a "pullback" (as I've read in various texts). Through the years
many people end up preferring one filter over others. I've combined a
number of them, but if I stuck with the original parameters, I'd end up
with no stocks chosen so I use more rules, but I've relaxed each one
somewhat and thrown in a linear regression to catch that stock that's
bouncing back. Here it is;
find stocks where slope of center linear regression line(22) < 0 &
slope of center linear regression line(11) > 0 &
draw MA(20) & slope of OBV > 0 &
MACD fast line(10,20,5) crossed above MACD slow line(10,20,5)
within the last 1 day &
fast stochastics(22,3) fast %k > 50 & slope of slow stochastics > 0 &
RSI > 50 & slope of RSI > 0 &
MACD fast line(65,130) > MACD slow line(65,130) &
average volume(90) > 100000 & close is between $.40 and $40 &
market is not OTCBB & charttype is OHLC & draw Bollinger bands
One book recommends Bollinger bands for specifying TStops, and I figured
out that if the fast MACD(65,130) had crossed above its slow line then
the stock's 13 week moving average (65 business days = one quarter year)
was catching up to or better than it's 26 week moving average (130 business
days = one half year), and "fast stochastics(22,3)" approximates fast WEEKLY stochastics.
If a stock's most recent month has a negative slope (in a linear
regression sense), but it's most recent 2 weeks has a positive slope (in
a linear regression sense), and its MACD fast line has recently crossed
above its MACD slow line, the stock might continue upward soon and you'd
be catching a good price on its upward climb if you bought now.
Well, that filter seems to work well for me.
Also, when the market heads downward, only 85 to 90 percent is going downward.
There are still stocks making 52 week highs. This list might get smaller
each week during a downturn, but this list _doesn't_ disappear.
With a "stock browser" like StockFetcher, finding stocks that are "swimming
against the current" is easier than it once was.
2Penny

robeal 6 posts msg #34153  Ignore robeal 
11/27/2004 11:15:36 AM
Mr Wamphraywater:
I should have been more concise. The heart of my previous post is this:
find stocks where slope of center linear regression line(22) < 0
& slope of center linear regression line(11) > 0 .
There are other things thrown in like an approximation to the weekly
stochastics and a comparison between the 13 week (current quarter)
average stock prices and the 26 week (current half year) average
stock prices.
2Penny (husband of robeal)

robeal 6 posts msg #34159  Ignore robeal 
11/28/2004 12:37:39 AM
Mr Wampraywater:
I reread your opening statement and "boy was I off". I told you what
I used. You didn't ask that. You wanted something that described a
price crossing the center line of a linear regression. Okay, I took
what I had and deleted a lot of multiple time frame and multiple method
cross checking and left "price just crossed a center linear regression
line 1 day ago (actually applicable an hour or so after the trading
day ends)". Here's the results:
find stocks where slope of center linear regression line(22) < 0 &
slope of center linear regression line(11) > 0 & price crossed above
center linear regression line(11) within the last 1 day & draw MA(20) &
average volume(90) > 100000 & close is between $.40 and $40 & market
is not OTCBB & charttype is OHLC & draw Bollinger bands
This is probably more like what you were hoping for.
2Penny

TheRumpledOne 6,362 posts msg #49189  Ignore TheRumpledOne modified 
1/12/2007 12:41:48 PM
Looking for stocks that had a low below the lower linear regression line.
