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General Discussion · Anyone subscribing to IBD program? opion please.
Niagara
msg #53170
7/16/2007 12:02:06 PM

My list is around 130 stocks to date. This is the list I run my filters on.
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Thanks for the information. Very clever.
What stockfetcher filters do you use on the best of the best? And when do you take action?

General Discussion · Best free chart program
Niagara
msg #51280
modified
4/22/2007 8:47:47 AM

nikoschopen,
You have stated previously that you use the Keltner Channels. They fall into the general class of envelope indicators, of which there are several. One side is over sold, and the other overbought. Why the Keltner Channels vs other channels, moving average envelope, n day price channel, Woods Float Channel, etc.
How do you play the channel, and the center line, especially together with the DMA (28,-14). Displacing it back that far I would think would not give predictive value. What do you think of displacing it forward, and if so how much.

General Discussion · Best free chart program
Niagara
msg #51312
modified
4/24/2007 9:43:26 PM

Who cares what DMA is the fact of the matter is that it works. It worked when I bought TEX at 41 and am almost up 100 percent on it just a few months later. 300K in gains for sitting on my ass on that stock alone with 10 dollars in commisssion costs! Entered with DMA just as Riggs taught. Equity price at least three percent below DMA, when DMA turns horizontal put your finger on the trigger, as soon as DMA starts to ascend from there pull the trigger!
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Tex has been in an uptrend since the middle of 2005. It would seem to be a pretty good bet to jump onto an uptending stock.

I would think the DMA14 flat/3% above true price would be a nice trick for a reversal. A downtrending stock switching to an uptrend.

General Discussion · Cool-Trade Automated System for IB TWS
Niagara
msg #51415
5/3/2007 11:37:41 PM

Isn't Ameritrade's Trade Triggers a similar service, and free with an account? For another twenty dollars, you can get Advanced Analyzer which is some ways is similar to Stockfetcher.

General Discussion · Cyclical Stocks
Niagara
msg #49694
1/30/2007 12:45:54 AM

Is it possible to highlight a group of stocks whose price repeatedly varies a given percentage, over a given period of time? In other words, a screen for stocks regularly moving up and down? I understand that your stockfetcher subscription limits the amount of back data available for screening.
If not, where might I find a list of stocks which are historically 'cyclical'?


General Discussion · Earning info
Niagara
msg #50189
2/22/2007 10:25:04 PM

I am new here, and I am trying to learn the program little by little. I will have to explore the watch list feature. Reuters, MSN, and Yahoo all have a free screening program, and there are many subscription screeners for fundamentals.

Another program which combines fundamental with technical, sort of is Investools. That is a 3000 dollar start up and sixty dollars a month subscription.


General Discussion · Free TRO Indicators for TradeStation and eSignal
Niagara
msg #50323
2/28/2007 8:34:18 PM

How about giving a listing of your indicators in Stockfetcher language. I do not have Tradestation, but I can copy and paste the resulting list into my software Stockshare v2.


General Discussion · Help from the Guru's in SF
Niagara
msg #50555
3/13/2007 11:34:00 PM

TRO
"I look for stocks that give me a chance of victory more often than not. Just look at my GAP FILL STATISTICS FILTER. Easy pickings.

It's simple... just draw a couple of horizontal lines and sooner or later the price has to cross one of them. It's simply a matter of GEOMETRY."

You make it sound so easy. How do you choose where to place the horizontal lines? You will probably say above and below the present price. How do you choose in which direction to place the trade? You will probably say in the direction it is now moving. Any advice on how to manage stops?

BTW, I love your postings.

Filter Exchange · i use a filter that gets me 99% winners whenplaying options
Niagara
msg #53130
7/15/2007 9:25:58 AM

M4M reminds me of a poster on a political forum I have frequented who writes and must talk in such a manner, no one can understand him, they just tolerate him. The problem is he dangles these carrots which to those who have not taken his dilusional ride yet, and they follow them up as I have. Not long ago he collected email addresses for a course he was going to start, but hasn't.

General Discussion · Importance of longer term analysis
Niagara
msg #54197
modified
8/18/2007 11:07:29 PM



This is the countrywide chart. Note that it has been a very cyclic stock, with alot of ups and downs. There is almost nothing from the stock chart which would have predicted that this down would be the bit one in foresight, only hindsight.

The purchasing of puts has been pretty common, and predictable given the climb in the market this year, and in previous years. The question is where does it go from here.

Any comments. I know that niko is bearish, TRO, and niko only day trade and try and follow the market after it appears to have committed for the day, but for those of us who can not day trade probably the best thing is stand aside.

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