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General Discussion · Please fix \"table view\"..
ham1198
msg #113994
6/10/2013 8:07:30 AM

...after clicking on "chrt view", i can't get back to "table view" help. thanks.

Filter Exchange · BOLLINGER BANDS PINCHING AND BOLLINGER BANDS SPREADING
ham1198
msg #109272
12/11/2012 8:10:35 AM

Fetcher[close > 10
Percent Price Oscillator(10,50) < -0.3
ADX(14) > 37
volume(90) > 100000
set{rb20,close/ma(20)} set{ma20%,rb20*100} and add column ma20%
set{rb50,close/ma(50)} set{ma50%,rb50*100} and add column ma50%
set{rb200,close/ma(200)} set{ma200%,rb200*100} and add column ma200%

and draw bollinger band(12)
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Filter Exchange · BOLLINGER BANDS PINCHING AND BOLLINGER BANDS SPREADING
ham1198
msg #109230
12/10/2012 7:48:33 AM

sunny, try this for a pincher play:


close > 10
Percent Price Oscillator(10,50) < -0.3
ADX(14) > 37
volume(90) > 100000
set{rb20,close/ma(20)} set{ma20%,rb20*100} and add column ma20%
set{rb50,close/ma(50)} set{ma50%,rb50*100} and add column ma50%
set{rb200,close/ma(200)} set{ma200%,rb200*100} and add column ma200%

and draw bollinger band(12)

General Discussion · JOKES
ham1198
msg #108798
11/14/2012 8:46:43 AM

A Technical Analyst and a Fundamental Analyst are chatting about the markets in the kitchen.

Accidentally one of them knocks a kitchen knife off the table landing right in the fundamental analyst’s foot!

The fundamental analyst yells at the technician, asking him why he didn’t catch the knife?

“You know Technicians don’t catch falling knives!” , the technician responded.

He in turn asks the fundamental analyst why he didn’t move his foot out of the way?

The Fundamental analyst responds, “ I didn’t think it could go that low”.


Filter Exchange · Weekly Overbought Rotation Strategy
ham1198
msg #108729
11/8/2012 10:54:55 AM

Weekly rotation strategy
By Robert Sucher Jr.

The origins of this month’s trading system lie in a popular strategy of rotating into the most OVERSOLD stocks as defined by the Relative Strength Index (RSI). The resulting system, called RSI Rotation, buys the n stocks with the lowest RSI readings each day and sells existing long positions in any stocks not included on the list. Trading capital is split equally between the positions to create a system that operates at 100-percent exposure. For example, if n were set to 5, the system would allocate 20 percent of equity to each of the five positions.

The “buy low in the hopes of selling higher” idea can pay off in the short term. For example, from May 2000 to August 2012, buying the three most oversold stocks in the (current) Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) returned more than 17 percent annualized (which includes dividend payouts), albeit with a 49 percent drawdown, while buy-and-hold returned 4 percent with a -50-percent drawdown.

A colleague hypothesized that applying rotation on a weekly basis (buying the stocks on the first trading day of each week) might offer more opportunity for an oversold stock to rise (or fall even more). Also, if the converse strategy of buying overbought stocks did not work, it would provide more evidence that it’s generally not a good idea to chase stocks, at least not on a short-term basis. (For another perspective see “Buy high, sell higher,” Active Trader, March 2011.)

Market: Stocks

Entry rule:
Buy the five stocks with the lowest 20-day RSI reading on the first trading day of each week (usually Monday).

Exit rules:
1. If a trade’s Maximum Favorable Excursion (MFE) exceeds 4 percent on an intraday basis, sell at the market the following day.
2. Sell any remaining open positions at the close on the last trading day of the week (usually Friday).

Money management: Allocate 20 percent of account equity per trade.

Test period: Aug. 10, 2000 to Aug. 10, 2012.


Filter Exchange · Weekly Overbought Rotation Strategy
ham1198
msg #108725
11/8/2012 7:27:27 AM

...didn't you mean "Oversold" rotation strategy??

Filter Exchange · pincher query
ham1198
msg #106695
6/19/2012 8:37:18 AM

saw this on trader's cove:

The ADX-PPO Pincher. To be fair, this TA setup was not developed by the Cove and we do not therefore take credit for it. However, we have found it to be an amazingly powerful TA setup toconsider when trying to find a good oversold stock to trade.

In total,the TA Pincher should be considered in conjunction with other TA/FA dynamics. I personally like the Pincher in Combo with the daily growth chart setup on the TA side and several key ratios in combination with Sector/Industry dynamics on the FA side.

1. ADX (14) crosses above the -DI line and continues to rise

2. RSI (14) drops below the 30 line while the PPO continues to fall

3.a. As the PPO falls thru the -20 while the ADX simultaneously rises above the 40, a “PINCH” is formed.

(This is the going in condition Set but the indicators do not have to occur in the order presented in the example to be valid)

3.b. The beginning of confirmation happens when the RSI rises up (back thru) the 30

4. 1st attempt to continue fails

5. 2nd attempt for the RSI thru 30

*6. Not part of the Pincher TA, but adapted by the Cove, the SAR is triggered, adding confirmation to the pending reversal

7. PPO crosses up thru the signal line and the mid-bollie (20MA) is breached = early BUY SIGNAL

8. Candle sits above mid-bollie and the PPO continues upward while the ADX continues downward


General Discussion · Buy on the Dip
ham1198
msg #98446
1/5/2011 9:28:08 PM

...mnro looks good. in tomorrow

General Discussion · Buy on the Dip
ham1198
msg #98374
1/3/2011 9:56:40 AM

....motr looking good early. of course so is everything else. glta happy new year

General Discussion · Buy on the Dip
ham1198
msg #98369
1/2/2011 9:46:28 PM

...motr for bounce on 1/3/2011

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