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amuhamme
1 posts
msg #142980
Ignore amuhamme
3/29/2018 5:55:36 PM

Hi All,

I found the below filter on SF but I am not sure as to who the OP was. Apologies for not giving the due credit.

show stocks where weekly DMA(28,-14) is more than 5% below weekly close and
weekly EMA(13)crossed above weekly DMA (28,-14)within the last 14 days
and weekly RSI(2) is above 95
and wekly average volume(90) is above 100000
and weekly volume is above 100000
and weekly volume(90) is greater than weekly average volume(5)
and stocks where the momentum(12) has reached a new 6 month high
Price has reached a new high in the last 3 days and the volume is above 250000

Can anyone help me or suggest as to how can I find them right about when they are breaking the previous resistance/consolidation?

Appreciate it
Thanks

jimvin
134 posts
msg #142988
Ignore jimvin
3/30/2018 9:51:37 PM

I can offer an answer to an implied question, however not to your direct inquiry...

The author of the original filter was "The Mighty Riggs"; he was (and probably still is) big on DMA as an indicator, however his current focus is FI(2) as an signal of probable sustained upward movement (and with good reason IMO).

You might address your question specifically to him; although he is less frequently present, he may get back to you eventually.

jm.v.

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