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Filter Exchange · /* TRI - Trend Reversal Indicator
Railwhore
msg #37765
9/1/2005 8:05:10 PM

Ouch - this is a nice filter. I added a couple lines to slim down the great picks

/* pe between 5 and 40 */
volume increasing last 3 days

an optional filter for PE if anyone is into that. He also claims to watch for volume to confirm action so i added the final line.


Filter Exchange · 50 day MA crossover...
Railwhore
msg #49494
1/24/2007 2:25:06 AM

I could not find any that match that criteria,

Fetcher[close 1 day ago below ma(50) during last 1 year
close crossed above ma(50)
]



Fetcher[set{var.1, count(close 1 day ago below ma(50),100)}
var.1 > 75
close > 1
close crossed above ma(50)
add column var.1
sort by column 5 desc
]



but heres something interesting on the 200

Fetcher[close 1 day ago below ma(200) during last 1 year
close crossed above ma(200)
]




Public Filter List · 50%+ Retrace
Railwhore
msg #50557
3/14/2007 12:05:38 AM

Fetcher[
set{52wkh, high 52 week high}
set{50pctretrace, 52wkh / 2}
set{pctwithin2, close / 52wkh}
set{pctwithin, pctwithin2 - 50pctretrace}

shows stocks where
close below 50pctretrace
close > 12
avgvol > 500000
volume > 500000
draw price line at 50pctretrace
add column 52wkh
add column 50pctretrace
add column pctwithin
]



Filter Exchange · 52Wk Uptrend +1.3ATR Movers and Shakers!
Railwhore
msg #38524
10/20/2005 10:11:08 PM

Fetcher[1 year slope of close above 0
price between 10 and 29
atr(90) above 1.3
avgvol(90) above 150000
volume above 150000
add column pe
draw macd
draw rsi(21)
draw rsi(2)
]



Very fun and simple filter for 52 week uptrend, low price, big atr, good volume movers and shakers! This scan is great for AGGRESSIVE swing trading for people who have a job and don't daytrade. Thrust entry method is a great way to enter and don't forget to USE STOPS! The returned stocks are usually VERY volatile so watch your indicators (standard macd/rsi(21) with volume confirmation work pretty well). Make sure to scan your positions at least once a day to adjust stops, etc. Dont freak out if you get stopped out a few times before a good move - it's quite common but the moves usually far exceed the commissions.


Filter Exchange · A Breakout filter you'll never forget!
Railwhore
msg #38561
10/24/2005 9:16:04 PM

Add

and volume increasing last 2 days

OR

/* %volume since 13 days*/
set{vd13, volume - average volume(13)}
set{vr13, vd13 / average volume(13)}
set{%vol13, vr13 * 100.0}

for volume confirmation!


Filter Exchange · Anyone Do Fractal Analysis Filters?
Railwhore
msg #38593
10/27/2005 9:43:04 PM

This is pretty cool - Not really a filter but gives a graphical picture of what you guys are saying:

Fetcher[draw ema(3) draw ema(5) draw ema(8) draw ema(10) draw ema(12) draw ema(15)
draw ema(30) draw ema(35) draw ema(40) draw ema(45) draw ema(50) draw ema(60)
Average Volume(90) above 100000
Volume above 150000
Close above 12
not otcbb
]



Next will be to set up the ratio calculations


Filter Exchange · Anyone Do Fractal Analysis Filters?
Railwhore
msg #38595
10/27/2005 10:52:06 PM

Ok here is a start of a filter for converging emas - if anyone wants to pick up on it go for it. Its basically a bunch of ema ratios and I confined them as you can see and tweak. Set a tighter range for an interesting list. Not sure what to make of this yet.

Fetcher[/* Set up the ratios */
set{r3.60a, ema(3) - ema(60)}
set{r3.60b, r3.60a / ema(60)}
set{r3.60, r3.60b * 100}
set{r5.50a, ema(5) - ema(50)}
set{r5.50b, r5.50a / ema(50)}
set{r5.50, r5.50b * 100}
set{r8.45a, ema(8) - ema(45)}
set{r8.45b, r8.45a / ema(45)}
set{r8.45, r8.45b * 100}
set{r10.40a, ema(10) - ema(40)}
set{r10.40b, r10.40a / ema(40)}
set{r10.40, r10.40b * 100}
set{r12.35a, ema(12) - ema(35)}
set{r12.35b, r12.35a / ema(35)}
set{r12.35, r12.35b * 100}
set{r15.30a, ema(15) - ema(30)}
set{r15.30b, r15.30a / ema(30)}
set{r15.30, r15.30b * 100}

/* Positive numbers mean short-term emas above long term */
/* Lets find smallest ratios to find potential reversals */
r3.60 < 0.60
r3.60 > -0.49
r5.50 < 2.00
r5.50 > -2.00
r8.45 < 2.10
r8.45 > -2.10
r10.40 < 2.10
r10.40 > -2.10
r12.35 < 2.00
r12.35 > -2.00
r15.30 < 1.50
r15.30 > -1.50

draw ema(3) draw ema(5) draw ema(8) draw ema(10) draw ema(12) draw ema(15)
draw ema(30) draw ema(35) draw ema(40) draw ema(45) draw ema(50) draw ema(60)
add column r3.60
add column r5.50
add column r8.45
add column r10.40
add column r12.35
add column r15.30
Average Volume(90) above 100000
Volume above 150000
Close above 12
not otcbb
]




Filter Exchange · Anyone Do Fractal Analysis Filters?
Railwhore
msg #38596
10/27/2005 10:55:36 PM

I suppose you could alter the above filter to find ratios outside the range to find the stocks that have had MAJOR moves up OR down and are ready to start converging again back. Not really a bearish or bullish filter but a nice filter to show stocks that COULD move from the tight ranges to the large ranges and vice-versa.


Filter Exchange · Anyone Do Fractal Analysis Filters?
Railwhore
msg #38603
10/28/2005 7:05:03 PM

Another way to skin a cat: add the traders averages and the investors averages and then create a custom average of the trend. Ok sort by the TREND column and you want this as close to zero as you can get with the CMATREND being as big as you can get. Adjust the trend range and the CMA length to your needs.

Fetcher[set{t1, ema(3) + ema(5)}
set{t2, t1 + ema(8)}
set{t3, t2 + ema(10)}
set{t4, t3 + ema(12)}
set{traders, t4 + ema(15)}
set{i1, ema(30) + ema(35)}
set{i2, i1 + ema(40)}
set{i3, i2 + ema(45)}
set{i4, i3 + ema(50)}
set{investors, i4 + ema(60)}
set{trend, traders - investors}
set{cmatrend, cema(trend, 20)}

trend < .20
trend > -.20
add column traders
add column investors
add column trend
add column cmatrend
draw ema(3) draw ema(5) draw ema(8) draw ema(10) draw ema(12) draw ema(15)
draw ema(30) draw ema(35) draw ema(40) draw ema(45) draw ema(50) draw ema(60)
Average Volume(90) above 100000
Volume above 1000000
Close above 12
not otcbb
]




General Discussion · Anyone have strategies for grinding an account over PDT limit?
Railwhore
msg #49203
1/12/2007 8:30:38 PM

This 25k limit on the PDT is just sucking [edit]...I don't want to see the account get locked down for God knows how long. Couple of bad trades in 1 day and your forced to take a few days off. Trying some different approaches to aggressive trading to grind accounts up and over the pattern day trader limit. I.E. buying the night before on breakouts and selling next day with a couple of day trades here and there and parlaying the profits. Seems to be working but any bad news on your picks (aob ceo just had to dump 1mil didn't he) and your right back where you started. I HATE keeping money in overnight...lol. Thanks for any info...



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