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msg #37839
Ignore rtucker
9/7/2005 1:50:31 AM

Using "if rsi(2) < 20 or touch ma(13) or touch ma(20)" to capture pullbacks and autofill a watchlist. Any suggestions for different conditions/methods to capture these?. I see what this filter catches but I dont see what it may miss.
On the other hand, maybe enough is enough. What do you think?

As for trading them. A "green day hold", ma(5), or slow stoch(5,3) x-over , "first day better work" method would suit me. Note: no original ideas here, this stuff is all from Muddy/HG Yahoo group and SF.

Fetcher[set{ a,count(rsi(2) < 20,1) }
set{ b,count(price touched ma(13),1) }
set{ c,count(price touched ma(20),1) }
set{temp, a + b}
set{any_condition, temp + c}

any_condition > 0
and price between .7 and 5
and 30 day slope of close > .2
and avg vol(30) > 300000
and close < 3% above close 1 day ago

draw rsi(2)
draw ma(13)
draw ma(20)
do not draw 30 day slope of close
do not draw any_condition

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