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Filter Exchange · my 17 aug calls even the last 2 days of exp-can make big money>500% for the week
arby347
msg #78111
8/27/2009 4:53:24 PM

Could RIGGS e Aka as Wall St Genius be M4M? Surely he has re-emerged on these forum! OK, someone confess!

Filter Exchange · bac calls from yesterday-up big again
arby347
msg #77664
modified
8/18/2009 4:44:01 PM

At the time BAC is making its low-how do you know that will be the low? The same question for the high.
I do agree though, if you buy low and sell high you will make alot of money

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Filter Exchange · if you have >27k$ in optionshouse.com i will show you how to make 200-5000% every month
arby347
msg #77575
modified
8/14/2009 8:11:09 PM

Thanks JP. I wonder if there is anyway to reliably get in on this BAC option mania for those of us who can't day trade.

Filter Exchange · if you have >27k$ in optionshouse.com i will show you how to make 200-5000% every month
arby347
msg #77571
8/14/2009 6:15:58 PM

M4M or anyone-
what is the 5-30 RSI2 as in
"the 5-30 rsi-2- its very accurate" ?



Filter Exchange · trying to screen for steep LRI(12) slope
arby347
msg #77235
8/4/2009 12:57:37 PM

David, thanks, but that is not close to what I am trying to do.

Filter Exchange · trying to screen for steep LRI(12) slope
arby347
msg #77218
8/3/2009 11:50:36 PM

I am trying to screen for stocks when the angle of the LRI(12) starts to have a 45 degree incline (maybe 30 degrees would also work). Initially I thought that "slope of LRI12) >1 " is what I needed, however results were dependent on stock price ranges.

My thinking is that if I have a change of 1 on the LRI(12) from one day to the next then I should get the 45 degree slope I am looking for when it evolves from being at a lower incline.

I've tried to the following and it is not giving the desired results:

set{var1, LRI(12)}
set{var2, LRI(12) one day ago}
set{var3,var1-var2}
set{var4,LRI(12) two days ago}
set{var5,var2- var4}

var 5 < .99
var 3 > .99

Thanks in advance for any help!








General Discussion · intraday chart question
arby347
msg #76773
7/23/2009 1:47:13 PM

FYI, to save you time
In Think or Swim, unlike TD's other platforms, place a period rather than a + before your option symbol

General Discussion · intraday chart question
arby347
msg #76772
7/23/2009 1:23:01 PM

Thanks for your responses. Here is what I found out calling TD's Strategy Desk techinical support after not being able to get the charts I wanted. SD does not have them. Together we tried Option 360, no luck, He said QuoteTracker does not work as it has the same data feed as SD. We tried their new platform, Think or Swim, and it worked!!!

General Discussion · intraday chart question
arby347
msg #76746
7/22/2009 7:17:51 PM

"Get it from your broker". I am asking members here because:
Ameritrade has many tools, even access to QuoteTracker which has intraday charting for stocks and real time quotes for options-but no real time intraday charts for specific stock options. I also have an account with OptionsXpress and their tools do not have what I am looking for. I would think that its out there!

General Discussion · intraday chart question
arby347
msg #76715
7/22/2009 1:36:31 AM

Where can one get real time intraday charts for stock options in real time and past daily charts?

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