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Filter Exchange · What is the screen that as the highest percentage of profitable trades?
BFreshour
msg #44656
6/6/2006 8:56:39 AM

So true, we get caught up in winning percentage which means nothing. I can trade a system with a 35% win percentage but if it's a good system it'll make money.


Filter Exchange · If you really found...
BFreshour
msg #44604
6/4/2006 9:55:45 PM

Good posts so far and I agree with a lot of points. Keep them coming.


Filter Exchange · If you really found...
BFreshour
msg #44567
6/3/2006 10:50:43 AM

..a perfect filter or the 'holy grail' would you seriously share it with others? Let's not forget that we are in this game to make money for ourselves and most care little about everyone else. Sites selling systems and books are a dime a dozen. These yahoos claim to be wanting to help you but all they are really doing is selling you a system so they can make their money since obviously their system didn't make them any money.

Thoughts?!

I personally don't think I would, not because I don't want to help others, but because I do. And if I developed such system, I would start my own fund.


General Discussion · My Favorite Trading Books
BFreshour
msg #44546
6/2/2006 6:33:48 PM

There was a whole host of them hosted somewhere, I kept meaning to snag them all but kept forgetting. I'd like to see them also, but... who would such transaction be taken. ;)


Filter Exchange · Searching?
BFreshour
msg #44541
6/2/2006 5:29:51 PM

'accumulation distribution' is what its called on SF unless I'm misunderstanding what you want.


General Discussion · StochRSI
BFreshour
msg #44539
6/2/2006 4:47:34 PM

While I agree with you. I noticed it's much more interesting using it for divergences...


General Discussion · StochRSI
BFreshour
msg #44535
6/2/2006 3:26:29 PM

Anyone use it or have comments on it... Starting running it alongside CCI today, pretty interesting stuff.


General Discussion · CCI(10) vs CCI(30)
BFreshour
msg #44517
6/2/2006 12:03:06 AM

alf44, I'm all about learning new stuff... whenever you get time.


General Discussion · CMO vs CCI
BFreshour
msg #44513
6/1/2006 11:12:07 PM

I'm copying alf's 10, 30 setup because I can't think of any combination on my own. ;)


General Discussion · CCI(10) vs CCI(30)
BFreshour
msg #44512
6/1/2006 11:11:16 PM

alf, thanks for your reply. I did get the CCI's from you, simply trying to figure out how the heck you use them and how they detect divergence. My questions is:

IF

PRICE MAKING LOWER LOWS
INDICATOR MAKING HIGHER LOWS

is divergence, wouldn't the opposite be true also?

PRICE MAKING HIGH LOWS
INDICATOR MAKING LOWER LOWS

Not sure, just a question. As I said, I'm just now really starting to learn about divergence and their significance, or lack thereof. I find myself wondering if I'm making up divergence, LOL.

Look at this chart:

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=KGC&p=D&b=5&g=0&id=p05255140446

Notice back February and March, the stock was making lower lows yet CCI(30) was making higher lows. That to me is 'bullish divergence' which explains why the stock shot upward.

Ok, now then, from the $8.77 mark to the most recent low $10.26, the stock makes a higher low, but CCI(30) makes a lower low. I call this 'reverse divergence'and it's also a bullish sign. I maybe wrong, but I'm listening. ;)




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