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Filter Exchange · MACD Count
Cheese
msg #145428
12/3/2018 9:35:56 AM


snappyfrog,
Are you looking for something like this?
Good luck trading

Fetcher[

MACD Fast Line(12,26,9) crossed above MACD Slow Line(12,26,9)

set{clo1, count(close > ema(8),1)}
draw clo1

set{cci1, count(cci(14) > 100,1)}
draw cci1

set{FL1226,MACD Fast Line(12,26,9)}
set{SL1226,MACD Slow Line(12,26,9)}
set{FLSL, count(FL1226 > SL1226,1)}
draw FLSL
]



General Discussion · GUPPY Alert!
Cheese
msg #145367
11/28/2018 10:48:56 AM

@ karennma 11/28/2018 8:14:37 AM
I got a long signal on my stocks on the modified Guppy (7,5).
Cheese, Mac ... opinions?
=============================================

Don't forget GRAFTONIAN has done a lot of good works on Guppy's and trends

https://www.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=byuser&author=graftonian&start=90

https://stockfetcher.com/forums/General-Discussion/Interesting-Book-to-read-Daryl-Guppy-Trend-trading/134862/20

Fetcher[

/* graftonian 3/13/2017 8:46:04 PM */


NASDAQ


/*Guppy MMA */
market is not OTCBB
Average Volume(30) > 1000000

/*short term emas*/
draw EMA(3)
draw EMA(5)
draw EMA(7)
draw EMA(9)
draw EMA(11)
draw EMA(13)
/*add a point for every pair "stacked right" */
set{SS35, count(EMA(3) > EMA(5),1)}
set{SS57, count(EMA(5) > EMA(7), 1)}
set{SS79, count(EMA(7) > EMA(9), 1)}
set{SS911, count(EMA(9) > EMA(11), 1)}
set{SS1113, count(EMA(11) > EMA(13), 1)}

set{ss1, SS35 + SS57}'
set{ss2, ss1 + SS79}
set{ss3, ss2 + SS911}
set{short_term_score, ss3 + SS1113}

/*long term emas*/
draw EMA(70)
draw EMA(60)
draw EMA(50)
draw EMA(40)
draw EMA(35)
draw EMA(30)

set{LS6070, count(EMA(60) > EMA(70), 1)}
set{LS5060, count(EMA(50) > EMA(60), 1)}
set{LS4050, count(EMA(40) > EMA(50), 1)}
set{LS3540, count(EMA(35) > EMA(40), 1)}
set{LS3035, count(EMA(30) > EMA(35), 1)}
set{LS1, LS6070 + LS5060}
set{LS2, LS1 + LS4050}
set{LS3, LS2 + LS3540}
set{long_term_score, LS3 + LS3035}

draw long_term_score
draw short_term_score
set{comp_score, long_term_score + short_term_score}

add column separator
add column short_term_score
add column long_term_score
add column comp_score
add column separator

/*trader/investor separation */
set{tisep, ema(13) - ema(30)}
set{tisep2, tisep / ema(30)}
set{tiseppct, tisep2 * 100}
add column tiseppct{TR_INV_SEP}

/* trader group width */
set{tgw, ema(3) - ema(13)}
set{tgw2, tgw / ema(13)}
set{trad_grp_width, tgw2 * 100}
add column trad_grp_width

/* investor group width */
set{igw, ema(30) - ema(70)}
set{igw2, igw / ema(70)}
set{inv_grp_width, igw2 * 100}
add column inv_grp_width
draw inv_grp_width
draw trad_grp_width on plot inv_grp_width
draw inv_grp_width line at 0

/* investor annualized slope percent */
set{iasp, slope of ema(50)}
set{iasp2, iasp / ema(50)}
set{iasp3, iasp2 * 25000}
add column iasp3

/* FILTER */
/* TO FIND BOTH GROUPS COMPRESSED */
trad_grp_width between -1 and 1
inv_grp_width between -1 and 1

do not draw comp_score
]



General Discussion · GUPPY Alert!
Cheese
msg #145363
11/28/2018 9:56:01 AM

@ karennma 11/28/2018 8:14:37 AM
I got a long signal on my stocks on the modified Guppy (7,5).
Cheese, Mac ... opinions?
=============================================

Mac's 7,5 is a short-term signal.
Over the years, Mac also posted filters about
price above ema(9)
price above ema(13)
ema(4) above ema(9)
Guppy's ema(60)

So, I think of them as layers to scale in

johnpaulca wrote about using ichimoku for support and resistance

StockTA.com is supposed to have the best support and resistance

Ed Hunt wrote about BUY IN THIRDS, SELL IN HALVES

Joanne Klein and Brian Shannon @alphatrend wrote about above ema(50)
Joanne Klein, David Larew, Marc Slavin and Cobra have excellent public charts on Stockcharts.com

Good luck with your trades.


General Discussion · Trying to get this filter to work. Having difficulty on the last line
Cheese
msg #145317
11/19/2018 4:24:16 PM

It seems to work fine

Fetcher[
Show Stocks where EMA(20) is above EMA(100)
and price is above EMA(20)
and chart-display is daily
and volume is greater than 400000
and stock is optionable
and display EMA(20)
and display EMA(100)
and display MA(200)
and show stocks where EMA(20) crossed above EMA(100) within the last 20 days
]



Fetcher[
Show Stocks where EMA(20) is above EMA(100)
and price is above EMA(20)
and chart-display is daily
and volume is greater than 400000
and stock is optionable
and display EMA(20)
and display EMA(100)
and display MA(200)
and show stocks where EMA(20) crossed above EMA(100) for the last 20 days
]



General Discussion · determine when a moving average changed directions
Cheese
msg #145311
11/19/2018 10:36:41 AM

@ sammyn

Your code is perfect.

Once you've got the picks from your filter, the Charting Wealth posts by Mac and graf
may give you a bit more decision support if you need it

https://www.stockfetcher.com/sf/search.php?q=Charting%20Wealth&filter=&sort=

Best.


General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
Cheese
msg #145279
11/15/2018 4:48:36 PM

Business Insider (Nov 15, 2018 p.m.)
Trump seems to be backing down in the trade war with China after electoral blowback and growing economic worries.

p.s.
A few months ago, Mnuchin and Liu He already got to a deal that Trump could live with


General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
Cheese
msg #145276
11/15/2018 10:57:11 AM

THE REAL STICKY PROBLEM WITH CHINA TRADE

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is now back in the lead of trade talk with Liu He,
putting aside the infighting on the American side on for now,

Apparently, a few months ago, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin had worked out a deal with Liu He,
China chief negotiator. That deal got Trump's support, until some House Republicans and Democrats
cirticized trump for being too soft on the Chinese. So Trump back pedaled and reneged like
he often did with many people and many situations. The American side then tried to get a better deal.
But the Chinese already knew where the Americans are willing to accept. So, business news
from WSJ, Bloomberg, CNBC of today Nov 15 said that the Chinese side only gave a rehash
of their existing positions.


General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
Cheese
msg #145275
11/15/2018 10:45:11 AM

@ karennma

I feel with you because I have positions that are trapped, too.

The best advice that I got from a better trader/investor is to DO A CASH TEST.
Ask ourselves: If we were 100% in cash, do we believe that there is value at these levels?
If the answer is yes, and our holdings are blue chips bought with cash and not on margin,
then there is little risk of bankruptcy.

America is pretty much the only game in town. Americans are in a better place than many others.

General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
Cheese
msg #145249
11/12/2018 7:04:20 PM

I agree with marine2.

It's not a simple case of US asset prices going down.
It is also because the US dollar is strong.
US interest rates have been rising but they are still below what the Fed considered as normal.

Further, there is a November 15 hedge fund redemption date deadline, which apparently translated to:
-$32.8B of S&P futures for sale
-$21.6B of selling in NQ1
-$17.4B for sale in Russell minis.

A good case can still be made to have faith in America and Americans.
Stats from organizations like the IMF show that the US economy is currently the most competitive
in the world and US workers are among the most productive in the world.
Further, other countries have been stealing US technology and intellectual property, but it is
almost unheard of for American companies to steal technology from other countries.
Every payday, Japanese workers rush to convert their pay to US dollars by buying US treasuries.

Trade war won't end with peace, only cease fire for the other side to reload.
When Trump objected to the Made in China 2025 strategic plan to make China the No 1 economy,
China said it will change it to Made in China 2030 or even Made in China 2035. But the Chinese
officials interviewed said that they only changed the years. There was no plan to change policies, yet.

US soybean farmers are willing to suffer for the good of the country.
Other patriotic Americans should have faith and do their share so that the other side understands
that America has the resolve and the ability to win.


General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
Cheese
msg #145228
11/9/2018 11:17:25 AM

@karennma

I have many struggles with my trading, too..
Each day many of us must choose between the pains of discipline
and the pains of regret.

We still have helpful people like Mac.
In addition to cmadma, Mac has alerted us about the importance of ema(60) in Guppy's book

https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/General-Discussion/Interesting-Book-to-read-Daryl-Guppy-Trend-trading/134862/-1/135553

Mactheriverrat modified 4/20/2017 11:43:02 PM
@nibor100 EDs
I've added some code showing when the ema(60) starts to move.
To me Daryl Guppy lets the cat out of the bag in a round about way of saying
the EMA(60) can show start of long term trend change.
Page 147 and 148 of his trend trading book.
Go back and look at any stock and compare
where the first movement of the ema(60) is compared to a down trend converts to a up trend

Fetcher[
symlist(AMZN,FB)
chart-length 24 months
draw ema(60)
]



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