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Filter Exchange · super short squeeze on mcp>11.90 >buy at 0800 am today
msg #107858
8/30/2012 12:33:54 AM

Option Player,

Good Call!

Nobody's perfect but you called this one early enough for everyone to make money.
I believe in giving credit where credit is due and you nailed this one!


Filter Exchange · Ever heard of Tom DeMark's system?
msg #105459
3/16/2012 1:11:53 AM

Thanks for your message Mr. Demark

Filter Exchange · RSI DIVERGENCE
msg #102586
9/9/2011 9:39:39 PM

Nice! How about adding the PD columns to get a ranking, 20 being top contendor ?

Filter Exchange · 52 week high filter - help requested
msg #99572
3/9/2011 10:37:31 PM

Thanks SafeTrade

Filter Exchange · 52 week high filter - help requested
msg #99528
3/7/2011 1:35:23 AM

I'd appreciate it if someone could create a filter that isolates stocks that reached a new 52 week high whereby the previous 52 week high had not been reached in the last 26 weeks - thanks

General Discussion · Candlestick Pattern for Gap Up
msg #71690
2/24/2009 1:28:10 AM

Thanks Decipherlinda and Mike. I've been using the simple gap up filter to look at those patterns which precede the gap up and, most importantly, how often that pattern appears overall. Just as in horseracing, where 80% of winners ran in the last 14 days, if 80% of all horses ran in the last 14 days, that stat is useless. I was thinking of using the gap filter and then applying a condition such as; closed in bottom 25% of range, closed above close 1 day ago, closed below close 1 day ago,
top 25% of range, NR4, WR7, doji, reverse hammer, etc. But then you have to also know how often the pattern appeared overall and that's where the coding experts come in. I don't believe that there is a one-only pattern but I do believe some are better than others and those are what I'm looking for - thanks again.

General Discussion · Candlestick Pattern for Gap Up
msg #71648
2/22/2009 2:36:40 PM

Is there a statistically significant candlestick pattern that precedes a Gap Up? Can a Stats Filter be designed that will show
which pattern is most statistically significant comparing how many times a particular pattern was evident against the percentage of times that pattern resulted in a gap up? Thanks in advance to the coders who can figure this out!

General Discussion · playing reversals on trends
msg #71449
2/14/2009 11:37:25 AM

The attached filter puts you in the trend when you use the entry point as the close 4 days ago and you verify that the averages are stacking up correctly. Enter on a close above the 4day ago close in the filter and exit on a close below ma(10). Check out the results from several weeks ago and build other parameters into your selection process to profile the winners and eliminate the losers.

MA(10) is above ma(20) and ma(20) is above ma(30) and close has been decreasing over the last 3 days and close is below ma(10) and close is above 1 and average volume(90) is above 100,000 and volume is above 100,000 and add column close 4 days ago

General Discussion · WHAT'S YOUIR ENTRY TRIGGER?
msg #65092
7/17/2008 1:12:38 AM

I like to see a big down day(day 1) followed by a big white candle(day 2)then placing my limit buy on day 3 somewhere around halfway up the white candle.

General Discussion · Watcha been humming lately? Share ure favorite tunes...
msg #62096
5/2/2008 8:36:19 PM

Stephen Stills early solo studio acoustic recordings - he just put out a new album of the old stuff - can't remember the name - great voice and pickin'

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