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Filter Exchange · the chandelier exit and yo-yo exit
defghca
msg #29056
10/5/2003 6:43:03 AM

the title says it all; "chandelier exit" yes, it is an exit strtegy..
evidently nobody bothered reaqdding the references that i had left


Filter Exchange · My Williams Special
defghca
msg #28985
10/2/2003 8:01:15 AM

wamphraywater

fetcher[Show stocks where williams %R(14) crossed below -97 within the last 1 day and RSI(2) is below 2 and average volume(period??) is above 50000 and close is between .50 and 6 and date offset is 0]

the trick to this one is that the close MUST be touching the lower Linear Regr.(period??) line. Also, the Slow Stoch(period,average)...

Thank you


Filter Exchange · the chandelier exit and yo-yo exit
defghca
msg #28843
9/24/2003 9:11:49 AM

You must be pulling my leg...
References
visit C.Lebeau's site at http://traderclub.com/toolkit.htm#chandelier

http://traderclub.com/discus/messages/107/477.html?FridayDecember319991048pm

chandelier exit : From Dr. Alexander Elder's Book "Come into my Trading Room"
Elder Gives Credit for this Stop Approach to Chuck LeBeau

For SF

Chandelier = Hi - coef * ATR

where
Chandelier = the Chandelier Exit
Hi = the highest point for a selected number of days.
coef = the coefficient, selected by the trader.
ATR = Average True Range for a selected number of days.

for a long position
Fetcher[set{hi,high 8 day high} set{atr1,1.6* atr(5)} set{chandelier,hi-atr1} and close is below chandelier and Average Volume(90) is above 90000]



you set the parameters to your trading style


Filter Exchange · the chandelier exit and yo-yo exit
defghca
msg #28807
9/22/2003 10:54:22 AM

from the mastertrader himself; Chuck LeBeau
Example of Chandelier Exit:
Exit at the highest high since entry minus 3 ATRs on a stop.
Or exit at the highest close since entry minus 2.5 ATRs on a stop

http://traderclub.com/toolkit.htm#chandelier


General Discussion · G5 is Bogus
defghca
msg #28806
9/22/2003 9:49:11 AM

Deprez
i agree, we need a kind of volume price limit, the "close below 0.025 .." type filters return untradeable filters, are of no use for testing or comparison purposes and clutter your fine site uselessly


General Discussion · Therumpledone
defghca
msg #28802
9/22/2003 9:19:30 AM

i promise to buy the d*** book if you stop posting these fortune cookie snippets

Edward de Bono, 1979. " Future Positive"
Published by Penguin Books


General Discussion · New Top Ranking G5-SCORE
defghca
msg #28732
9/20/2003 2:45:25 PM

Deprez
fantastic work
time to put up some restraints like "close is above .. " because you are going to be inundated with those meaningless and untradeble filters " price is below .05 and 60 day slope of the close is above 0 and rsi(2) below 1" that push real filters below your 25% cutoff


Filter Exchange · look at the post on holy grail below after 4 days you win 99%
defghca
msg #28656
9/18/2003 8:54:54 AM

is this it??
http://www.tradestars.com/


General Discussion · JOE G. I DARE YOU....
defghca
msg #28654
9/18/2003 8:38:13 AM

SF staff
maybe it is time to put your foot down, enough is enough !


General Discussion · Join the SF Muddy Method group
defghca
msg #28485
9/11/2003 1:22:15 PM

Applause !


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