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General Discussion ·  double bottom filter?
Venice
msg #93248
5/28/2010 1:15:49 PM

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General Discussion · ?does ANY one see the triple bottom on OCNF?
Venice
msg #89583
3/14/2010 9:29:25 PM

Added to watchlist... a rare occasion these are!!

Filter Exchange · ADX Stoch and a little price action...
Venice
msg #97584
11/21/2010 11:48:00 PM

Buy at the open. SL is previous days low.

Fetcher[
Show stocks where average volume(90) above 100000
and volume above volume 1 day ago
and +DI(25) above -DI(25)
and Slow Stochastics Fast %K(8) crossed above Slow Stochastics Slow %D(8)
Slow Stochastics Slow %D(8) below 15
and close above open
and close above close 1 day ago
and high above high 1 day ago
and low above low 1 day ago
and exchange is not OTC
]




Filter Exchange · ADX Stoch and a little price action...
Venice
msg #97708
modified
12/1/2010 3:39:57 PM

Updated to include the Quad Tunnel EMA's.

Pretty easy strategy to follow...

Buy at what you can figure is the cheapest price of the day, then on daily, sell when the stoch crosses downward or price closes below EMA(62).

If stoch crosses downward and price does not breach EMA(62), hold on for an even longer ride.

Average holding period is 1-7 days.

Fetcher[
Show stocks where average volume(90) above 100000
and volume above volume 1 day ago
+DI(20) crossed above -DI(20)
and Stochastic %K(8,5,5) crossed above Stochastic %D(8,5,5) within the last 2 days
and Stochastic %D(8,5,5) below 25
and close above open
and close above close 1 day ago
and high above high 1 day ago
and low above low 1 day ago
and exchange is not OTC
sort by column 2
and price above EMA(62)
and EMA(62) above EMA(121)
and EMA(121) above EMA(144)
and EMA(144) above EMA(169)
and EMA(169) above EMA(196)
]



General Discussion · Are you trading assumptions or statistics?
Venice
msg #90123
modified
3/22/2010 7:02:37 PM

For me, I am willing to take up to a 4% loss on any trade I make. As long as the stock isn't completely crashing, I base it off the days close. If the close is more than 4% of my original purhase price, it is going to be sold before 10 the next morning. I try and cut down the loss if I get lucky enough with a morning rally. If it opens down and all indicators look like crap she will be gone immediately. Although my losses are soometimes more than 4%, their are others where its less. My average maximim loss is 4% though. Seems to be working out hus far. I am a swing trader as well so I shoot for 2-10% profit areas, and attempt to have more wins than losses.

Filter Exchange · Ascending triangle, retest of supply turned demand
Venice
msg #106747
modified
6/24/2012 1:05:36 PM

Hi folks,

I am having some trouble with the ascending triangle indicator to behave and scan for things... a little differently then what it was intended for.

Currently, I use the following scanner. I then simply scroll back through the days to find price that has previously broken out from the triangle, and has now come back to retest the supply turned demand area. I then simply look for a bullish candlestick to start placing orders. To be honest, it really is a laziness thing...

Fetcher[
show stocks where
close is above the upper ascending triangle
close 1 day ago is below the upper ascending triangle 1 day ago
and price > 1
and average volume(90) > 100000
]



But, here is what I really want in a sort of spaghetti code fashion... Most of you will know this simply as ascending triangle breakout && retest.

Find stocks whom have had
close > upper ascending triangle line within the last 10 days and
close 1 day before the breakout < upper ascending triangle line 1 day before the breakout

/* Retest the zone */
and price is below the upper ascending triangle within the last 10 days
/* bullish candle in triangle demand */
and close > open

Any thoughts or am i running into limitations of stockfetcher?
More than likely, my own limitations in the understanding of sf syntax.

Filter Exchange · Ascending triangle, retest of supply turned demand
Venice
msg #106776
6/26/2012 7:38:26 AM

Hi Eman,

This is what I figured. For now, I will just manually page back through the results to find the pattern I am looking for post-breakout.

Filter Exchange · Ascending triangle, retest of supply turned demand
Venice
msg #106889
modified
7/5/2012 12:44:26 PM

Cleaned it up a little bit... and added in a downward slope to make sure we are grabbing triangles coming off of a downtrend.

All we are looking for is price to come back to the minimum of the upper triangle resistance line. Using the stochastics might be a good tool for identifying the return of buyers.


Fetcher[
show stocks where
and average volume(90) > 100000

/* Breakout Happened */
close is above the upper ascending triangle
close 1 day ago is below the upper ascending triangle 1 day ago

/* Make sure the lower trend line has been holding... */
close has been above the lower ascending triangle for the last 10 days

/* Get rid of the turds */
market is not otcbb

/* Use for entry?? */
draw Fast Stochastic(7) Fast %K
draw Fast Stochastic(7) Slow %D

/* Coming off of a recent down trend */
30 day slope of close 20 days ago is < 0
sort by column 2
]

Filter Exchange · Back to the basics...
Venice
msg #98755
1/26/2011 6:15:22 PM

show stocks where average volume(90) above 500000
and exchange is not OTC
and EMA(3) above EMA(9)
AND EMA(3) crossed above EMA(9) within the last 2 days
AND close above EMA(3)
AND close above open
AND low above low 1 day ago
AND price above 1
AND price below 10

Public Filter List · best filter ever- the % profit filter
Venice
msg #87983
2/8/2010 8:49:34 PM

Very cool screener, even with these being lotto plays. If managed right, this could be highly fruitful.

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