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Filter Exchange · A GOOD TRADING STRADEGY.....
ig0r
msg #27002
6/22/2003 7:08:16 PM

Use something like this

Fetcher[show stocks where close has been above ma(50) for the last 15 days and price is approaching ma(50) and price is between 5 and 25 and average volume(90) is above 100000]



and then watch them and if they bounce off the ma(50), that's what you're looking for


General Discussion · any filter "reference" around?
ig0r
msg #26708
6/2/2003 5:11:36 PM

http://www.stockfetcher.com/stockdb/fetcher?p=forum&fid=1006

has most of em


Filter Exchange · are you guys paying attention i gave you the worlds best filter
ig0r
msg #27017
6/23/2003 9:27:18 AM

Yes, dude, come on, relax, try to keep it all in one thread, so it's easier to read and doesn't spam the boards, what filter is this one?


Filter Exchange · best filter in the world-here it is guys
ig0r
msg #27239
7/6/2003 3:39:24 PM

HG's buddy, can you answer some of my questions from the other thread?

http://www.stockfetcher.com/stockdb/fetcher?p=forum&sub=view&fid=1002&tid=27087&start=10


Filter Exchange · Bollinger Band Squeeze
ig0r
msg #27103
6/27/2003 4:59:39 PM

This filter was created because of muddy's comment in his system's forum that a squeeze and sudden expansion of bb's sometimes indicates very strong movements. The filter was made to find these kind of movements (found in stocks like NEXM and INGN)

Fetcher[show stocks where the bollinger width(20) 3 days ago dropped between 0 and 50 percent over the last 4 days and bollinger width(20) is between 0 and 0.5 and bollinger width(20) gained between 5 and 100 percent and price is between 1 and 5 and price touched upper bollinger band(20)]



It still needs tweaking for sure, and the addition of the upper bb touch line at the end is very important, it gets rid of a large number of failures


General Discussion · Bollinger Band WIDTH
ig0r
msg #27330
7/12/2003 8:08:27 PM

Parameters Period
Sigma
Usage Bollinger Width(20)
Bollinger Width(20,1.5)

Description The Bollinger Width returns the width of the upper and lower bollinger band divided by the n-day average price. In otherwords, a Bollinger width near 0 indicates the upper and lower bollinger bands are very close together while a value near 1 indicates wide bands.

Examples
Fetcher[show stocks where the Bollinger width(20) is between 0 and 0.15 and draw Bollinger(20)]


Fetcher[show stocks where the Bollinger width(20) has reached a new 6 month low and draw Bollinger(20)]


Fetcher[show stocks where the Bollinger width(30) has reached a new 1 year high and draw Bollinger(30)]





Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
ig0r
msg #26795
6/8/2003 8:54:29 PM

doesn't really matter anymore, it's easier to get to the last page of a thread now with the tabs


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
ig0r
msg #26835
6/12/2003 1:37:14 PM

won't having the 20 day bb cross above the 10 day bb indicate a short term downward trend in bb and in price? maybe try lower bollinger band(10) crossed above lower bollinger band(20) and see if that improves results some more


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
ig0r
msg #26852
6/12/2003 9:18:50 PM

a yahoo group sounds good, count me in


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
ig0r
msg #27495
7/21/2003 11:03:14 AM

groups.yahoo.com/groups/StockFetcher


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