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Filter Exchange · Has anyone here done any “Ichimoku Cloud” scripting in SF?
glgene
msg #140202
12/18/2017 5:49:17 PM

I may be interested in exploring the “Ichimoku Cloud.” Are there any postings here on that subject?

Gene

General Discussion · Current price multiple
glgene
msg #140166
12/17/2017 4:36:19 PM

Curious... what will this report get you?

Gene

Filter Exchange · Wall Street Journal (65-day MA charts) on Markets Digest page
glgene
msg #137954
9/3/2017 10:10:21 PM

I know that many stock-reporting services typically include a 50-day MA chart. But for some reason, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) uses 65-day (13-week) MA charts, displaying the S&P 500, Dow 30, and Nasdaq. Anyway I have included a simple SF script below that is good for either the Table or Charts output in StockFetcher.

Comments on my script
====================
1) I use a Symlist of SPY, DIA, and QQQ (even though QQQ is the Nasdaq 100 and ONEQ is the Nasdaq). Big traders, I suspect, use the QQQ due to heavy trading volume. Should you desire, you can easily add more stock symbols in the Symlist.

2) I use a Relative Moving Average calculation in the script, i.e., an MA divided by another MA.

3) I multiply the result by 100 to produce a number that shows more exactness in result.

4) A result of exactly 100 would mean that Price = 65-day MA. Price and MA(1) are the same, but I use MA(1) in the script in case you would want to easily modify it to be -- for example -- MA(15) / MA(65) or MA(50) / MA(200). I alternatively show you how Close/MA(65) works if all you wanted to do was use the equivalent of MA(1).

5) Run this script on 9/1/2017, and you'll get these results:
QQQ ... 102.92, which means Price [same as MA(1)] is 2.92% higher than MA(65)
DIA ..... 101.76
SPY..... 101.27
So, QQQ on 9/1/2017 is stronger than DIA and SPY. Look back 1 month to get 1-month ago results, etc.

That's it for this simple "101" script.
-- Gene in FL

Fetcher[/*Wall Street Journal 65-day MA*/
symlist(spy,dia,qqq)
set{a,ma(1)/ma(65)}
/*set{a,close/ma(65)}*/
add column a multiplied by 100{R-MA65}
draw ma(65)
sort column 5 descending
]



Filter Exchange · Open, Close 8-day SMA
glgene
msg #136322
6/12/2017 8:56:26 PM

Thank you, Spauken...

I think this will provide the roots to what I'm researching. I'll work with it, and get back. Again... a BIG thank you!

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Open, Close 8-day SMA
glgene
msg #136310
6/12/2017 10:20:48 AM

Is it possible to script (in SF) to compare the 8-day SMA "open" to the 8-day SMA "close" of a stock's price? I attended a meeting last Friday, and this was shown on a Fidelity chart. Doable in SF, including table and graph?

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Slope (?) question
glgene
msg #136151
6/1/2017 7:57:13 PM

SafeTrade... I shall explore your suggestion, along with a new line...

Draw Angledeg

... right after your line of "Add column angledeg"

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Slope (?) question
glgene
msg #136130
5/30/2017 5:48:33 PM

Kevin,
I don't think I asked my question appropriately. Basically, I believe that has a price run (graphed) at a 45 degree angle (slope) may be sustainable. But a stock graph (slope) of 75 degrees is not sustainable (over the long term)... I would say a stock at a 75 degree angle, thus, might be a worthy "short" candidate.

How would I script in SF to include a filter to find stocks that lie somewhere between 45 and 90 degrees (slope), looking back 90 days?

I hope I asked the question more clearly... or maybe it's just a dumb question on my part?!

Thank you.

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Slope (?) question
glgene
msg #136128
5/30/2017 3:42:33 PM

I am doing some reading on "bubbles" and, accordingly, I would like to write a SF script that would filter for me (produce) stocks that fit between 45% and 90% angle. Is slope and angle the same thing, or am I way off?!

If they're the same thing, what 1 or 2 lines of SF script would I include to produce the stocks I'm attempting to find?

Thank you. (I have never done slopes in my SF scripting).

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Dividing variables in SF
glgene
msg #135501
4/19/2017 5:04:59 AM

Thank you, Kevin...

Terrific!

Gene in FL

Filter Exchange · Dividing variables in SF
glgene
msg #135495
4/18/2017 8:10:00 PM

Using the "set" command in SF, can you divide one variable by another variable?

Gene in FL

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