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Filter Exchange · Exact Price Channel
Railwhore
msg #38115
9/20/2005 9:46:21 PM

Fetcher[set{x,high 4 week high}
set{y,low 4 week low}
set{z,x - y}

and high is below x for last 4 weeks
and low is above y for last 4 weeks

and volume(90) above 50000
and close above 2

add column x
add column y
add column z
do not draw x
do not draw y
do not draw z
do not draw bollinger bands
do not draw Linear Regression Channel(60,1.0)

draw high line at x
draw low line at y
sort by column 7
]



4 week exacts. just sort by z to see the range of the channels. lower the number the tighter the channel.


Filter Exchange · Need a filter to buy calls
Railwhore
msg #37922
9/12/2005 9:57:59 PM

Calls:

Fetcher[show stocks where 52 week slope of close is above 0
and close above ma(30)
and MACD fast line(8,17,9) crossed above MACD slow line(8,17,9) within the last 3 days
and StochRSI(14,5) is between .25 and .75
and volume increasing last 1 day
and not OTCBB
and optionable
and chart-length is 1 year
and draw lrs(100)
]



Puts:

Fetcher[show stocks where 52 week slope of close is below 0.1
and close below ma(30)
and MACD fast line(8,17,9) crossed below MACD slow line(8,17,9) within the last 3 days
and StochRSI(14,5) is between .25 and .75
and volume increasing last 1 day
and not OTCBB
and optionable
and chart-length is 1 year
and draw lrs(100)
]



Here are a couple filters for potential Calls and Put contracts. Basically 52 week uptrending/downtrending filters with RSI and MACD xovers. Volume to confirm the move and holds are usually long term.

Remember to buy options at least 4 months out using these filters - nothing sooner. If you want more safety then buy deeper in the money and don't fear cutting losses short. And remember to set sell limit orders for 100% profit and move on to the next.


General Discussion · Slope feature to spot divergences
Railwhore
msg #37908
9/10/2005 4:22:32 PM

RO,

I think you have a bug in your filter. Shouldn't that last line in your Negative Divergence be this:

and rsi(2) BELOW rsi(2) 1 day ago?

I seem to get much better results this way.


Filter Exchange · Exact Price Channel
Railwhore
msg #37902
9/9/2005 8:58:51 PM

Fetcher[set{x,high 2 week high}
set{y,low 2 week low}
set{z,x - y}

show stocks where z is below .51

and high is below x for last 2 weeks
and low is above y for last 2 weeks

and volume(90) above 50000
and close above 2

add column x
add column y
add column z
add column rsi(2)

do not draw x
do not draw y
do not draw z
do not draw bollinger bands
do not draw Linear Regression Channel(60,1.0)

draw high line at x
draw low line at y
]



I know we already have a channel filter, but I wanted an EXACT channel filter for setting high/low alerts at my broker. This example will show you an exact channel with a range of .50 cents for 2 weeks. Just change the range to whatever you want and the time frame to suite your needs. I added the do not draw criteria because I have a lot of draw settings and it was cluttered up - I really want to see the lines for the top and bottom of the channel. Any comments and optimizations are welcome!


General Discussion · Muddy VS. Buy and Hold.com
Railwhore
msg #37901
9/9/2005 6:47:07 PM

Just wondering what filters you find most successful with the addition of rsi(2) - besides muddy?


General Discussion · please help-need filter for short
Railwhore
msg #37828
9/5/2005 4:22:39 PM

Fetcher[show stocks where price reached new low 60 day low
and close above 15
add column average volume(90)
add column pe
]





General Discussion · Day Trading Rules
Railwhore
msg #37783
9/3/2005 3:27:04 AM

Know if I'm a pattern day trader:
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You will be considered a pattern day trader under NASD and NYSE rules if you buy and sell the same stock or option on the same trading day four or more times within a period of five trading days, and this activity makes up more than six percent of your trading activity.

If you meet the definition of a pattern day trader under the guidelines above, you'll see two additional fields called Day Trading Cash Buying Power and Day Trading Margin Buying Power when you view the Balances page.

Day Trading Cash Buying Power: the cash available for you to purchase and sell non-marginable stocks or options intraday

Day Trading Margin Buying Power: the cash available for you to purchase and sell marginable stocks intraday


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.


General Discussion · Help to write a filter for bottom higher than previous bottom
Railwhore
msg #37726
8/30/2005 9:20:02 PM

You could add a nice candle pattern, a MACD xover, and current day closing up which provides a very small collection with nice results:

Fetcher[set{hit52wlo, count(low equal low 52 week low,5)}
set{x, count(pattern bullish engulfing,2)}
add column hit52wlo
add column x
hit52wlo above 0
x above 0
close above low 52 week low
and MACD fast line(12,26) crossed above MACD slow line(12,26) within the last 5 days
and close above open
sort column 5 descending
]






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