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Announcements · New MyFilters with Categories
kanuk
msg #44054
modified
5/22/2006 8:05:59 PM

D___it, did that last night and it didn't work - tonight it works! That is, if you edit the filter, change the dropdown selector and save the change. After the 'save' operation the dropdown selector must be re-set to what you want, before going back to My Filters



Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #44009
5/21/2006 8:27:05 PM

TRO - Your 'next NTRI' filters have a gazillion 'set' statements. What extra SF features to you have that allow the successful debugging of these filters?


Announcements · New MyFilters with Categories
kanuk
msg #44007
5/21/2006 7:58:38 PM

Wonderful work with the categories - but if one uses a category of say, bullish, how does one move existing filters into the bullish category?


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #43001
4/16/2006 2:08:44 PM

stocktrader:
Yes, I would like a copy of your Excel macro. Could you please forward the link for downloading.

thanks


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42915
4/12/2006 8:32:42 PM

stocktrader:
Exactly where is TRO's original NTRI filter. I'm guessing that it's in this thread dated 3/10/2006 @ 8:57:34 PM. Am I correct?


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42911
4/12/2006 2:38:40 PM

stocktrader:
Your comments re using WARM in NTRI for shorting are certainly encouraging but for those of us with very little disposable cash ($1K) shorting may not be the way to go. Do you feel that, without the WARM displays, there are enough other indicators in NTRI to be successful going long?


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42850
4/9/2006 4:59:39 PM

TRO:
What is the reason you use a 3,5 and 10 day trend for the DIME version of NTRI and a 10,60 and 200 day trend for the 'regular' version of NTRI. I suspect it's because of the volatility of dime stocks. Am I correct?


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42795
4/6/2006 8:15:16 PM

TRO:
In your comments from your entry on 3/20/2006 1:52:38 PM you recommend looking to buy UPTRENDING stocks that have bottomed in the WARM display. Do you have a fixed value, say 10 or 20, for the 4 indicators that make up WARM. If so, rather than adding the 4 columns that make up WARM, the coding could be modified to display the WARM value - that would say it all.


Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42760
modified
4/5/2006 3:54:57 PM


Now, that's what I wanted to hear. But let me ask another question (I've got a thing going with dumb questions). The NTRI 'filter' seems, to me, to be a filter that's just run on the weekends, the results of which are used to populate a watch list for the next week. Correct?

Thank you




Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
kanuk
msg #42739
4/4/2006 6:20:07 PM

TRO:
It seems to me that the users of your filter are those who are able to trade throughtout the day, with much online data available. Will your filter (actually any one of the variants) work just as well for those of us who work the 8 to 5 shift and are unable to trade during the day?


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