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General Discussion · Average daily range.
msg #32177
5/25/2004 9:25:07 AM

I've trying to create a filter that will give the stocks that have an average daily range of 2 points of more. All I ever come up with is the stocks that moved 2 or more points the day before. I'm brand new to writing filters and the language doesn't seem to work with me to well. Any help would be great.

General Discussion · Average daily range.
msg #32276
6/5/2004 3:51:36 PM

Thanks, I have been able to use both filters with pretty good results.

Filter Exchange · BATTLE LINES
msg #36915
7/13/2005 9:44:35 PM

Great filter!!
For a scalper like me this is a great tool to add to arsenal. If you ever figure out how to get it to dynamically in eSignal, please, please let us know. I would love to see this work on every stock I look at.

General Discussion · CJ's Hot pics for tomarro
msg #36936
7/14/2005 8:45:20 PM

I don't costner, the news on this stock is pretty big and overrides and technicals you might see. They could save WalMart 100's of millions of $$$$ a years and they recieved some sort of Dept. of Enegry recomendation.

General Discussion · Day Trading Rules
msg #37772
9/1/2005 11:47:42 PM

I believe the NYSE calls anything that "Prints on the tape" a trade. As for a pattern daytrader, I believe it's defined by four orders executed then covered within the defined time frame. I forgot most of my 24 stuff when I started trading. I think you go to the SEC or NASD websites and search for "pattern Daytrader" and find the definition. I'm pretty sure it's been modified to make more money for the big firms on the street as well.

Backtesting Support · Equity Curve
msg #36526
6/27/2005 5:49:51 PM

I would also like to get a copy of this spreadsheet if possible? Thanks

Public Filter List · ERSI/RSI/COG FILTER
msg #36817
7/10/2005 10:11:32 AM

Just curious, what was your entry, exit and pullback settings at

Filter Exchange · Filtering by index
msg #37004
7/20/2005 11:53:21 PM

After reading Mary's filter on playing tech stocks when the QQQQ have hit RSI low, I wondered if it possible to apply the same type of filter to an index. The S&P, Oil, retail....etc. I'm awful at writing scans, so any help would be appreciated.

Filter Exchange · Help with moving average of RSI
msg #35536
4/6/2005 5:25:26 PM

I think this what your looking for



Parameters RSIPeriod
Usage ERSI(15,7)

Description The ERSI uses the values from an exponential moving average (EMA) as input to the RSI computation. On StockFetcher, the first parameter of the ERSI represents the period used for the RSI computation and the second parameter is the period of the EMA used as input. By using EMA values as input, the ERSI will be less volatile than the standard RSI.

Fetcher[Show stocks where the ERSI(15,7) is below 30]

General Discussion · How can SF be so fast?
msg #39705
12/20/2005 10:59:18 PM

Not very customizable, but they have a alot of canned ones that work pretty good. TradeStation does as well but can be a real pain to use and is a tad expensive. eSignal has addon software that will do it as well, but they can be a pain at times. You just have to find what works best for you. In the office I trade in we made(hired some programmers) our own.

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