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General Discussion · A big Congrats to Ed S. (aka Nibor100)
glgene
msg #149991
12/23/2019 5:51:24 PM

Ed,

You are too humble. There are 84 User Groups (worldwide) in VectorVest... and you captured 1st place in the USA contest... and, in addition, 1st place among contestants from all 84 Worldwide Groups (spread across 7 countries).

In essence... You are #1 (twice). Enjoy that “double” honor!

Gene in Florida



General Discussion · A big Congrats to Ed S. (aka Nibor100)
glgene
msg #149966
12/21/2019 10:04:00 PM

Ed S. (Nibor100) — is not only a StockFetcher whiz. He’s also a world-class winner in VectorVest!

Ed entered a VectorVest contest entry in the USA for scripting a stock buying/selling ‘paper’ portfolio for the month of October 2019. Well... he not only captured 1st place among USA entrants, but he also won the worldwide competition (7 countries) at the same time! #1 and #1.

Bravo, Ed S.

-Gene in Florida





General Discussion · “Ulcer Index” in StockFetcher?
glgene
msg #149379
10/18/2019 10:06:38 PM

Thank you Ed (nibor100), Cheese and Xarlor...

I’ll work with the script you provided. Well done! I’ll be seeing Ed tomorrow at a monthly meeting we both typically attend.

Gene in FL

General Discussion · “Ulcer Index” in StockFetcher?
glgene
msg #149372
10/17/2019 9:58:23 PM

I have read in some old-time SF posts that the indicator “Ulcer Index” is not available in StockFetcher.

Is that still the case? If it is, does anyone know how to program SF to create Ulcer Index?

I would like to run a SF script that would allow me to include a “UI” column next to stock data, as follows:

Fetcher[
Symlist(spy,qqq,iwm,dis,aapl,lmt)
Add column Ulcer Index
]



Gene in FL

General Discussion · Beta and Standard Deviation indicators in SF
glgene
msg #149327
10/13/2019 6:39:13 AM

Thanks, Ed...

I’m trying to work on a SF script where I can show a “risk-adjusted” rate of return, taking into consideration the volatility of a stock’s beta (or standard deviation). In other words — looking back, say, 1 year —

SP500
Set {a, ROC(252) / Beta}
Add column a {RAR}
Sort column (?) descending

This would produce a table of S&P 500 stocks that would rank (sort) such stocks with the best (highest) risk-adjusted returns at the top.

Not sure if this really means anything, but it’s just something I would like to work on. Maybe I can show you next Saturday if you’re going to be at our local VectorVest User Group meeting. Will you be there?

Gene in FL

General Discussion · Beta and Standard Deviation indicators in SF
glgene
msg #149322
10/11/2019 10:04:35 PM

Does anyone know the the look-back periods for these indicators used in StockFetcher:

*Beta
*STD Dev

If so, what are they?

Gene in FL


General Discussion · Calculating Beta
glgene
msg #147595
4/28/2019 9:53:04 PM

Ed,
Some of those 2010 posts on Beta were mine. I forgot; it’s he*l getting old.

Gene

General Discussion · Calculating Beta
glgene
msg #147589
4/28/2019 1:22:32 PM

Try this...

Fetcher[
sp500
add column beta
]



If you try this, you’ll see that SPY’s beta is 1.00

Fetcher[
symlist(spy)
add column beta
]



I don’t know the look back period in SF for its beta calculation. ??

Gene

General Discussion · NEWS FILTER
glgene
msg #145815
1/1/2019 12:19:20 PM

KSKA... I would really appreciate it if you would reply to my note above (re: 30-day vs. 90-day average volume periods). Thank you.

Gene in FL

General Discussion · NEWS FILTER
glgene
msg #145768
12/30/2018 3:19:46 AM

KSKA ... Very interesting script! Thank you. But one question, though: In line 2 of your executable script you build on AvgVol (90), but in the filter section you show AvgVol (30); and when drawing a graph, it shows AvgVol (30). Did you mean to intermix the 90 and 30 numbers... or what? Just curious.

Gene in FL

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