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Filter Exchange · 100% Win Rate, 545% ROI, 54 trades?
heyen
msg #44897
6/12/2006 11:33:56 AM

Please also check the surprises in open trades.
Though less than 10% not going the right direction is still above good average.


Filter Exchange · A Filter that returned good results
heyen
msg #42699
modified
4/1/2006 3:56:45 PM

you would have done 776 trades in 81 days? wow!
try to focus on specific stocks...
also try to limit trades entered and use "select by"
Williams %R(14) ascending / RSI(7) ascending / Slow Stochastics(15,3) %D ascending
and watch changes of backtest-roi...



General Discussion · ADVERTISING
heyen
msg #43240
4/27/2006 3:25:17 PM

Where have we gone? Advertising?

I'm paying 180 Bucks a year to read advertising, great!
I have found SF very valuable for me to start trading.
I appreciate all you do and the ongoing work, but collecting
a penny here and a cent there through Advertising -
is this really necessary????



General Discussion · ADVERTISING
heyen
msg #43243
4/27/2006 4:39:35 PM

Problem solved!
Geee, I guess I was just a little stressed about this not so great day...



General Discussion · After hours bid/ask price real?
heyen
msg #43655
5/12/2006 2:42:01 AM

sure, if you place a market order price might be a little hefty.
in pre and aftermarket always use limit orders!
if a price is way out of scope (like more than 100% above close) and there is no volume - your broker might bust a trade to protect you. but trading in pre and after market is usually very illiquid and therefore something risky.

so just place limit orders GTC at your desired price.


General Discussion · After hours bid/ask price real?
heyen
msg #43664
5/12/2006 10:50:52 AM

Glider,

please check your trading software. There is somewhere an option for orders Market on Open and Market on Close. Otherwise just place a Market order for regular trading hours only. But illiquid stocks have fluctuous prices on opens. This can be good or bad. I'm seeing spreads of up to $ .15 per share at $2 or $3. Depending on your strategy and time it might be safer to work with Limit orders.

Thomas


General Discussion · After hours bid/ask price real?
heyen
msg #43665
5/12/2006 10:53:19 AM

Well, JohnyYuma was faster in typing... (and thinking too?)


General Discussion · Alrernative energy stocks: in which 'Industry'?
heyen
msg #43579
5/9/2006 3:06:27 PM

Fetcher[
set{guess,count(volume equal ind(adm,volume) the past 5 days,1) + count(volume equal ind(peix,volume) the past 5 days,1)}
guess equal 1
add column industry
]




General Discussion · Autotrading & IB's TWS
heyen
msg #43263
4/28/2006 7:42:25 AM

Has anyone had experience with NinjaTrader, SSChart or AutoTrader with IB's TWS?

I'd love to hear from you.


General Discussion · Autotrading & IB's TWS
heyen
msg #44203
5/26/2006 9:14:51 AM

NinjaTrader seems very powerful and extensive. Unfortunately i dont have the time to look deeper into NT yet. Will sure do though...

I just got familiar to SSChart and its graphical trading (placing orders on the chart). Works well. Very comfortable... but no autotrading available.


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