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msg #111656
Ignore klynn55
2/22/2013 3:01:23 PM

LJL you must be a writer for Hallmark cards!

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msg #111671
Ignore LJLMO05
2/24/2013 6:34:30 PM

I am a dreamer who has read a few books to keep me motivated. :>)

116 posts
msg #111748
Ignore Quilln
2/25/2013 4:08:10 PM

Re: Tetter Totter
re: day trading via the TOS charts using the LBR_studies.

View the VIX index chart. TVIX and XXV will go in the same direction. VIX,VXX,XYZ are the inverse.



Quilln - had a nice day . Made some bread with GMCR and SBUX as well.

VIX group:


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msg #111751
Ignore tutone1
2/25/2013 6:21:43 PM

Quilln - Thanks for the information. I don't get on often enough, but it was very helpful.

16 posts
msg #111796
Ignore dgoodrich
2/26/2013 2:12:12 PM

Hi Quilln,

I'm just reviewing some of my notes from your posts ( lessons :-) ). Using stockcharts do you set your period to "Daily" and date spread to 4 months? ( If the ans is yes to 4 months what advantage is "4" over lets say a 2 month spread).

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msg #111813
Ignore Quilln
2/26/2013 11:42:42 PM


Daily is correct and that 4 months is comfortable without to much Vipsawing. Note the bottom panels, they are giving you a heads up as it appears the prices are about to fall. Play with this chart using 2 months spread and observe the whipsawing effect. there was a lot of action the last week of January and the first week of February. By the way, this chart is the kwik charts for the 13/50 ema's.

I have looked at thousands of charts and it comes down to comfort and some breathing room between the long version and the kwik version charts.

Hope this can help,

Quilln -

16 posts
msg #111815
Ignore dgoodrich
2/27/2013 6:52:52 AM


Thanks again

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msg #111819
Ignore dgoodrich
2/27/2013 10:40:40 AM

Mornin Quilln,

I'm doing a dry run today on what i believe i have absorbed from you over the last few weeks. Here's where i am:

I've setup 2 lists in Stockcharts, List 1 is 10 Sectors and list 2 is the Sector pairs.

Phase 1

I'm going to scan thru the charts in List 1 to look for any 13/50 xovers
I didn't see any xovers but i noticed that XLB is getting close. Had i seen any xovers i may have taken a trading action based upon the direction of the xover North (Long) or South (short)

Phase 2, Part 1

So on to list no. 2 where i will scan the pairs, for 13/50 xovers as well. Should i find a xover in a pair I will bail from that position and put the money into the opposite pair.

I did find a couple this morning:
EDC (Down-25 Feb)
Yang (UP- 25 Feb)

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msg #111821
Ignore dgoodrich
2/27/2013 11:20:21 AM


oops hit the wrong key before i was finished and my message posted. I'll continue here:

Phase 2, Part 2 ( Kwik trades)

I will again scan the sector pair list to look for price labels/bubbles. I will be concerned with the previous days bar to see if it has a bubble. If no bubble i move on to the next list. If a bubble is present i will consider trading long if the bubble is on the bottom and short if the bubble is on the top. I am shooting for maybe 50 cents profit and use a 5% stop loss

My trades are done and i go back to studying charts and trying to learn something.

I'm going to check back in at least 30 minutes before market close and run thru the charts again. Correct ?

1- When I'm looking at a chart and lets say i see a 13/50 crossover yesterday BUT maybe the KST/TSI indicators don't confirm direction who wins ? Do I trade?
2- How am i doing? You wont hurt my feelings :-)

You've been great. Thanks

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msg #111823
Ignore Cheese
2/27/2013 12:03:38 PM

Could you please post examples of the code for your stockcharts scans?
Thank you.

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