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General Discussion · Any FAS/FAZ traders here?
conyeuchua
msg #73573
4/17/2009 10:11:36 AM

Eman93, you are very welcome. Credits go to the authors: lctrcbddha and TheRumpledOne.
I really like this filter that's why I remember it although I haven't quite understood the "profit" part.
Good luck and happy trading.


General Discussion · Any FAS/FAZ traders here?
conyeuchua
msg #73556
4/16/2009 11:42:16 PM

May be this is what you've been looking for? Good luck.

http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=view&fid=1002&tid=68667&qrid=&isiframe=

http://www.stockfetcher.com/ui2/sffilter2.php



Fetcher[
/* Authors: lctrcbddha and TheRumpledOne */

/*
http://www.stockfetcher.com/ui2/sffilter2.php
*/


/*

GAPS FILLED REPORT, version 2

Inspired by TRO's Gap Fill Statistics

NOTES:

min_gap

Specifies that the gap must be of at least a certain size to be considered. For example if set to 0.50, the report would only consider days in which the the price gapped up or down by .50 as having gapped at all. Default is 0.00, meaning any gap up or down is considered a gap day.

min_fill

Specifies how close the price must come to the previous close to be considered successful gap fill. For example if set to 0.50, the gap would be reported as successfully filled if the price came within .50 of the previous close. Could also be used to specify that the price must exceed the previous close by setting to a negative number. Default is 0.00, meaning the price must reach the previous close to be considered a successful fill.

min_profit

Specifies a minimum fill from the opn to be considered profitable. This differs from min_fill, which considers how close the price comes to the previous close. Rather, min_profit considers how far from the opening the price must go to be considered profitable. For example if set to 1.00, the gap would considered profitable if the price moved in the direction of the gap by at least 1.00 regardless of whether the gap actually filled or not. Default is 0.00, meaning any movement from the open is considered profitable.

These two, min_fill and min_profit, are independent of each other, meaning that one does not have to be successful for the other to considered successful. However, each day must still satisfy min_gap.

EXAMPLE A:

min_gap set to 0.00
min_fill set to 0.00
min_profit set to 0.00

The resulting report would show all gaps of any size which filled to the previous close. Since min_profit is set to 0, all gaps are reported as profitable.

EXAMPLE B:

min_gap set to 1.00
min_fill set to 0.50
min_profit set to 0.00

The resulting report would show gaps of at least 1.00 which filled to at least within .50 of the previous close.

EXAMPLE C:

min_gap set to 1.00
min_fill set to 0.00
min_profit set to 1.00

The resulting report would show gaps of at least 1.00 which filled to the previous close, and also gaps of at least 1.00 which moved at least 1.00 in the direction of the gap. Keep in mind that the two success rates may differ, since a gap of 1.50 which fills to within .25 of the previous close would not be considered a successful fill but would be considered a successful profit.

EXAMPLE D:

min_gap set to 1.00
min_fill set to 0.50
min_profit set to 0.50

The resulting report would show gaps of at least 1.00 which filled to within .50 of the previous close, and also gaps of at least 1.00 which moved at least .50 in the direction of the gap. Again, the two success rates may differ.

*/


/* TUNEABLE VARIABLES - see notes above */

set{MIN_GAP, 0.00}
set{MIN_FILL, 0.00}
set{MIN_PROFIT, 0.00}

apply to symlist( fas,faz)
/*
market is nasdaq
close above 40
average volume(30) above 1000000
*/


/* TARGETS */

set{MIN_OPEN, close 1 day ago + MIN_GAP}
set{MAX_OPEN, close 1 day ago - MIN_GAP}

set{SHORT_FILL, close 1 day ago + MIN_FILL}
set{LONG_FILL, close 1 day ago - MIN_FILL}

set{SHORT_PROFIT, open - MIN_PROFIT}
set{LONG_PROFIT, open + MIN_PROFIT}

/* GAPS UP */

set{GAP_UP_NET, open - MIN_OPEN}
set{GAPPED_UP, sign(GAP_UP_NET)}
set{GAPS_UP, count(GAPPED_UP > 0, 100)}

set{SHORT_FILL_NET, SHORT_FILL - low}
set{SHORT_PROFIT_NET, SHORT_PROFIT - low}

set{LOW_BELOW_FILL, sign(SHORT_FILL_NET)}
set{LOW_BELOW_PROFIT, sign(SHORT_PROFIT_NET)}

set{GAP_UP_AND_FILL, GAPPED_UP + LOW_BELOW_FILL}
set{GAP_UP_AND_PROFIT, GAPPED_UP + LOW_BELOW_PROFIT}

set{GAPS_UP_WITH_FILLS, count(GAP_UP_AND_FILL > 1, 100)}
set{GAPS_UP_WITH_PROFITS, count(GAP_UP_AND_PROFIT > 1, 100)}

/* GAPS DOWN */

set{GAP_DOWN_NET, MAX_OPEN - open}
set{GAPPED_DOWN, sign(GAP_DOWN_NET)}
set{GAPS_DOWN, count(GAPPED_DOWN > 0, 100)}

set{LONG_FILL_NET, high - LONG_FILL}
set{LONG_PROFIT_NET, high - LONG_PROFIT}

set{HIGH_ABOVE_FILL, sign(LONG_FILL_NET)}
set{HIGH_ABOVE_PROFIT, sign(LONG_PROFIT_NET)}

set{GAP_DOWN_AND_FILL, GAPPED_DOWN + HIGH_ABOVE_FILL}
set{GAP_DOWN_AND_PROFIT, GAPPED_DOWN + HIGH_ABOVE_PROFIT}

set{GAPS_DOWN_WITH_FILLS, count(GAP_DOWN_AND_FILL > 1, 100)}
set{GAPS_DOWN_WITH_PROFITS, count(GAP_DOWN_AND_PROFIT > 1, 100)}

/* OVERALL */

set{TOTAL_GAPS, GAPS_UP + GAPS_DOWN}

set{GAPS_WITH_FILLS, GAPS_UP_WITH_FILLS + GAPS_DOWN_WITH_FILLS}
set{GAPS_WITH_PROFITS, GAPS_UP_WITH_PROFITS + GAPS_DOWN_WITH_PROFITS}

set{GAP_UP_FILL_PCT, GAPS_UP_WITH_FILLS / GAPS_UP}
set{GAP_UP_PROFIT_PCT, GAPS_UP_WITH_PROFITS / GAPS_UP}

set{GAP_DOWN_FILL_PCT, GAPS_DOWN_WITH_FILLS / GAPS_DOWN}
set{GAP_DOWN_PROFIT_PCT, GAPS_DOWN_WITH_PROFITS / GAPS_DOWN}

set{NET_GAP, open - close 1 day ago}
set{ABS_GAP, abs(NET_GAP)}


/* RESULTS */

add column TOTAL_GAPS {Gaps}
add column GAPS_WITH_FILLS {Fills}
add column GAPS_WITH_PROFITS {Profit}
add column cema(ABS_GAP,100) {Avg Gap}
add column separator
add column GAPS_UP {Gaps Up}
add column GAPS_UP_WITH_FILLS {Fill}
add column GAP_UP_FILL_PCT {F %}
add column GAPS_UP_WITH_PROFITS {Prof}
add column GAP_UP_PROFIT_PCT {P %}
add column separator
add column GAPS_DOWN {Gaps Down}
add column GAPS_DOWN_WITH_FILLS {Fill}
add column GAP_DOWN_FILL_PCT {F %}
add column GAPS_DOWN_WITH_PROFITS {Prof}
add column GAP_DOWN_PROFIT_PCT {P %}
add column separator
sort by column 6 descending


/* DISPLAY */

chart type is ohlc
chart-time is 100 days

draw gapped_up
draw gap_up_and_fill
draw gap_up_and_profit

draw gapped_down
draw gap_down_and_fill
draw gap_down_and_profit
]




General Discussion · Any FAS/FAZ traders here?
conyeuchua
msg #73307
4/4/2009 6:41:27 PM


Source: http://leonardthemonkey.com//media/blogs/leonard/fasvsfaz.png




General Discussion · Trading Blogs
conyeuchua
msg #71775
2/25/2009 9:30:21 PM

Source: http://evilspeculator.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/rightorg1.png


General Discussion · Trading Blogs
conyeuchua
msg #71265
2/8/2009 2:25:54 PM

Source:
http://www.speroforum.com/a/17985/Economic-Collapse-the-Japanese-solution

The U.S. National Debt was $930 billion in 1980, or 33 percent of GDP. Today it is $10.7 trillion, or 76 percent of GDP. The National Debt has grown by 1,150 percent in 28 years. With the planned fiscal stimulus (taxing future generations), the National Debt will reach 100 percent of GDP during the Obama administration. When Argentina’s economy collapsed in 1998, their National Debt as a percentage of GDP was 65 percent. The Great Deniers say we are not Argentina. They say we are safe because the U.S. dollar is the reserve currency of the world. This is like jumping off a 20 story building and as you pass the 10th floor someone yells out the window asking how you are doing. You answer, "Good, so far".



General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #71264
modified
2/8/2009 2:19:02 PM

Source: http://picayune.uclick.com/comics/ft/2009/ft090208.gif




General Discussion · Tatoos I'm Considering for 2009 !!!
conyeuchua
msg #71122
2/1/2009 2:14:27 PM

the fools that got us into this mess will get us out of it


General Discussion · $30,000 a month
conyeuchua
msg #70579
modified
1/11/2009 4:30:19 PM

klynn55,
Many people experienced loss. May time heal your wounds.






General Discussion · Analyses and predictions for 2009
conyeuchua
msg #70378
1/4/2009 1:18:15 PM

You may want to suspend your disbelief for a moment and take a look at the following analyses and predictions from Karl Denninger about 2009. Most of his 2008 predictions were accurate and well received in other forums:
http://market-ticker.org/archives/689-Where-We-Are%252C-Where-Were-Heading-2009.html

Go here for interesting charts and views about the 2008 year-end and 2009 new year rallies:
http://slopeofhope.com/2009/01/04/current_bear_rally.htm#disqus_thread

Go here for a good chuckle:
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_pVQP8F4lbxg/SWDdd1hMJLI/AAAAAAAAABo/U4mKbblSIAw/s1600-h/Dead+Cat+Bounce+2008.JPG




General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #70269
12/31/2008 4:59:40 PM

HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYONE!


Here are Jay Leno's economic jokes for good cheers

1. The US has made a new weapon that destroys people but
keeps the building standing,. Its called the stock market - Jay Leno

2. Do you have any idea how cheap stocks are? Wall Street
is now being called Wal Mart Street - Jay Leno

3. The difference between a pigeon and a London investment
banker. The pigeon can still make a deposit on a BMW

4. What's the difference between a guy who lost everything in
Las Vegas and an investment banker? A tie!

5. The problem with investment bank balance sheet is that
on the left side nothing's right and on the right side nothing's
left.

6. I want to warn people from Nigeria who might be watching
our show, if you get any emails from Washington asking for money,
it's a scam. Don't fall for it - Jay Leno

7. Bush was asked about the credit crunch. He said it was
his favourite candy bar - Jay Leno

8. The rescue bill was about 450 pages. President Bush's copy
is even thicker. They had to include pictures - Jay Leno

9. President Bush's response was to meet some small business
owners in San Antonio last week. The small business owners
are General Motors, General Electric and Century 21 - Jay Leno

10. What worries me most about the credit crunch is that if
one of my cheques is returned stamped 'insufficient funds'. I
won't know whether that refers to mine or the bank's.



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