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313 posts
msg #39027
Ignore riggs
11/22/2005 9:49:57 AM

Poindexster -

That book "Trading for a living" is for rookies AND market studs. I suggested that book to you b/c of your recent posts asking for help with such juvenile questions. Here's one of them..."I need help getting exiting out of stocks" Maybe you should go back and read "stock investing for DUMMY'S" all over again. LOL...Poindexster, the book "street smarts" is a joke! That's why you are asking for help here. How dare you piss on my help to you! Please STOP trading until you get a clue! Please, I pray you!


313 posts
msg #39030
Ignore riggs
11/22/2005 1:06:44 PM

Well now that I proved this filter gives better entry points than RSI-2(with respect to TRO),I wanted to see if I could get tha DMA to give more results with a 45 degree angle(DMA pointing up). And now you won't believe your eyes!!!


EMA(3)crossed below DMA(28,-14)1 day ago
EMA(13)is below DMA(28,-14)
average volume(90)is above 100000
volume is above 100000 and close is above 2
Draw EMA(3)
Draw EMA(13)
Draw EMA(39)
Add column RSI(14)
Add column slow stochastics(5,3)
sort column 6
Offset 7 days

So is that amazing or what? Go back 1-7 days and be even more amazed! Just remember, wait for a reversal signal(Doji,volume spike,Bull-Thrust)And check your 3 min.,13 min. and 60 min. charts for confirmation and your day trading days will be behind you! Your exit? EMA(13)crossing DMA. You will sometimes leave a little $ on the table, but that will make it easier to sell before the top. Some of us are having problems getting out of stocks, so this will help them. The one rule that we all learned in 1st grade chart school was "sell WHILE the stock is going up!"

Cheers to all!


18 posts
msg #39033
Ignore mattman
11/22/2005 3:47:15 PM

Your Filter looks very promising and I and going to start paper trading it until I get a good handle on it. I have a few questions if you don't mind because I never used your trading singals before. Does it matter what type of Doji to look for? Call me wet behind the ears but I'm not sure what Bull Thrust means, could you explain Bull thrust to me please.



313 posts
msg #39034
Ignore riggs
11/22/2005 4:07:19 PM

Mattman -

I would be glad too. First off, hold off on the trading simulator, because I'm about to wrap up an incdedible addition to this already awesome filter, if you can believe that! I'll be done sometime later today. I have about 100 charts left to look at. As far as you being wet behind the're NOT. The "Bull-Thrust" is NOT commonly known throughout the industry. It's the "Bullish Thrusting line", where a white candle has a low(long shaddow)about 3% below the open, and it closes at least 2% above the open with the high being the close. Stay tuned...


6,362 posts
msg #39036
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/22/2005 5:25:29 PM

Doesn't matter what stocks get selected by a filter, you still have to TRADE THEM!

That means you have to time your entry and exit and manage the money.

No filter is going to do that for you!

Traders buy stocks, watch them go up, fail to take profit, watch the stocks go below their entry point and then become cheerleaders and/or get religion and pray their stocks go back up.

So, once again, the filter is only a very small part of the equation.



313 posts
msg #39283
Ignore riggs
12/2/2005 10:50:22 PM


I disagree with you again! Trading is the EASY part. It's finding the right filters that get you in early enough. Filters like rsi(2), can stay below 1 for days on end. So you need to find the right one. BTW, isn't that why YOU are here? Filters? of course it is...It's ALL ABOUT the filters, but if you need help with trading, go over to the other room. There I can show you exactly what I'm talking about. I'd be glad to help you TRO....


6,362 posts
msg #39301
Ignore TheRumpledOne
12/3/2005 2:04:56 PM

What other room, Riggs?

4,376 posts
msg #143116
Ignore four
4/7/2018 12:00:24 PM


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