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msg #141645
Ignore sammyn
1/31/2018 6:50:23 PM

Thought I would throw this out there, for those Raghee Horner fans.

Let me know what you think, or if you have any suggestions to better tweak.

Basically, the methodology is that there are 3 EMAs (High, Low, Close).

Buy on a pullback to the EMA34(high). Stop goes on the EMA34(Low) (or use whatever you feel comfortable with).

market is etf
set{h34ema,cema(high, 34)}
set{l34ema,cema(low, 34)}

draw cema(high, 34)
draw ema(34)
draw cema(low, 34)

and low below h34ema
and close above h34ema
and ema(34) is increasing

and Average Volume(30) above 500000
and volume is above Average Volume(30)
and chart-time is 1 year


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msg #142695
Ignore jimvin
3/9/2018 10:58:35 PM

Thoughts...for what they're worth...

Looking at the patterns, ETFs will always see-saw from a dip to a rise; they key here would (perhaps, to borrow an expression from Four) the best approach would be to determine the average increase over a set period of time (a week, for example) and plan to trigger a sell when that's reached...


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