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Filter Exchange · Niko's MAX (Moving Average Crossover) Filter
conyeuchua
msg #62808
5/20/2008 12:29:28 AM

Nikoschopen,

You seem to be a guru and a champion of Linear Regression Channels. But, I couldn't find your main thread on Linear Regression Channels so I will have to post my question here: How do you determine the appropriate parameters "Period" and "Channel Width" for Linear Regression Channels?

Thank you, niko

cyc

General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #59300
1/24/2008 10:19:13 PM

Everybody, you'll just have to watch Jim Cramer in this hilarious video and hear Maria laaaauuuuggghhhh

http://thelearningcurve.blogspot.com/2008/01/rick-santelli-vs-jim-cramer.html

Enjoy!




General Discussion · Trading Blogs
conyeuchua
msg #59213
1/22/2008 12:32:30 AM

Some timely info from Bill Cara's blog site

Activation of the 'circuit breakers', i.e."trading halts".

As per NYSE website, here's their First Quarter 2008 protocol and explanation of Rule 80B (which NASDAQ and AMEX will follow):

"Rule 80B
Effective April 15, 1998 the SEC approved amendments to Rule 80B (Trading Halts Due to Extraordinary Market Volatility) which revised the halt provisions and the circuit-breaker levels.
The trigger levels for a market-wide trading halt were set at 10%, 20% and 30% of the DJIA, calculated at the beginning of each calendar quarter, using the average closing value of the DJIA for the prior month, thereby establishing specific point values for the quarter. Each trigger value is rounded to the nearest 50 points.


CIRCUIT-BREAKER LEVELS
FOR FIRST-QUARTER 2008


In the event of a 1350-POINT decline in the DJIA (10 percent):

Before 2 p.m.
1-HOUR HALT
2-2:30 p.m.
30-MIN. HALT
After 2:30 p.m.
NO HALT

In the event of a 2700-POINT decline in the DJIA (20 percent):


Before 1 p.m.
2-HOUR HALT

1-2 p.m.
1-HOUR HALT

After 2 p.m.
MARKET CLOSES


In the event of a 4000-POINT decline in the DJIA (30 percent), regardless of the time, MARKET CLOSES for the day.



General Discussion · Have we truly bottomed?
conyeuchua
msg #59212
1/22/2008 12:27:39 AM

I sincerely hope that none of us in this forum experienced this sad story:
http://highprobability.blogspot.com/




General Discussion · Watch lists
conyeuchua
msg #58681
1/2/2008 12:54:38 AM

Gunnski, thank you very much for this info. Good luck and best wishes to you in 2008!

General Discussion · Watch lists
conyeuchua
msg #58647
12/31/2007 11:28:44 PM

Happy New Year to Marine2, HokieDoc1 and everyone!

If I understand correctly, many stocks on the IBD100 list may be considered as overbought. Is this true? If so, how do you choose your entry?

With AAII lists, do you find the lists to come out too late in the month? and do you go with picks in their CANSLIM and IBD models?

Thank you in advance for any insights.

General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #58597
12/28/2007 8:28:09 PM

Dr. Seuss and Broker Joe

http://bigpicture.typepad.com/comments/files/2007_xmas_cdo.pdf


General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #58491
modified
12/24/2007 9:48:42 PM

Ho Ho Ho
Merry Christmas, everybody!

Source: http://www.jsmineset.com/cwsimages/inventory/55802_CaptCrunch.jpg




General Discussion · JOKES
conyeuchua
msg #58490
modified
12/24/2007 9:45:16 PM

Ho Ho Ho

Source: http://patrick.net/housing/MrHousingBubble2.gif




General Discussion · SF Staff...for ALL you do...
conyeuchua
msg #58437
12/22/2007 9:26:31 PM

Yes, thank you Tom and SF staff for your superb customer service and the continuous improvement. Thank you, Alf, for initiating this thoughtful thread and that "work of art" filter a while ago.

Allow me to be politically incorrect and focus on the true meaning of Christmas: "Mary" Christmas and Happy New Year, everyone!


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