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General Discussion · Drawing price line using a variable
mahkoh
msg #98494
1/7/2011 6:50:07 PM

Sorry I cannot help you but this post has finally got my pivot filter with lines on the chart working. Thanks a lot!

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symlist (spy)


set{mh,high 22 day high 5 days ago}
set{ml ,low 22 day low 5 days ago}
set{cl ,close 5 days ago}

and draw price line at mr1
and draw price line at mr3
and draw price line at mr2
and draw price line at ms3
and draw price line at ms2
and draw price line at mpp
and draw price line at ms1

set{mp1,cl + mh}
set{mp,mp1 + ml}
set{mpp,mp/3}

set{mr1x,mpp*2}
set{mr1,mr1x - ml}
set{ms1,mr1x - mh}

set{mrange,mh - ml}
set{mr2,mpp + mrange}
set{ms2,mpp - mrange}

set{m2r,mrange*2}
set{mr3,mpp + m2r}
set{ms3,mpp - m2r}

and add column ms3
and add column ms2
and add column ms1
and add column mpp
and add column mr1
and add column mr2
and add column mr3
]







General Discussion · draw pivot lines
mahkoh
msg #98467
1/6/2011 2:19:50 PM

duke56468
msg #98462
- Ignore duke56468 1/6/2011 12:37:22 PM

mahkoh .....How are you using this filter? Thx


Duke, it is not really a filter. I paste it into the global filter under "settings". Now if I use one of my filters with the global filter the pivot values appear as columns above the chart and I can see whether the stock is trading near pivot support or resistance. Suppose a filter comes up with some stocks that may bounce, I would pick those that are close to pivot support. When filtering for stocks to short I prefer the ones that are trading near pivot resistance.

I found that the date offset does not really work, so I use the filter below and every day add one to the days ago. Manually offseting the date has also made it possible to add the weekly pivots, otherwise those would be affected by the "static" date offset.

Fetcher[
set{mh,high 22 day high 4 days ago}
set{ml,low 22 day low 4 days ago}
set{cl,close 4 days ago}


set{mp1,cl + mh}
set{mp,mp1 + ml}
set{mpp,mp/3}

set{mr1x,mpp*2}
set{mr1,mr1x - ml}
set{ms1,mr1x - mh}

set{mrange,mh - ml}
set{mr2,mpp + mrange}
set{ms2,mpp - mrange}

set{m2r,mrange*2}
set{mr3,mpp + m2r}
set{ms3,mpp - m2r}

set{wp, weekly high 1 week ago + weekly low 1 week ago}
set{wp1,weekly close 1 week ago + wp}
set{wpp, wp1/3}

set{wr1x,wpp*2}
set {wr1,wr1x-weekly low 1 week ago}
set {ws1,wr1x-weekly high 1 week ago}

set{range,weekly high 1 week ago - weekly low 1 week ago}
set {wr2,wpp + range}
set {ws2,wpp - range}

set {2r,range*2}
set {wr3,wpp + 2r}
set{ws3,wpp - 2r}

and add column ws3
and add column ws2
and add column ws1
and add column wpp
and add column wr1
and add column wr2
and add column wr3

and add column ms3
and add column ms2
and add column ms1
and add column mpp
and add column mr1
and add column mr2
and add column mr3
]



During the weekends I use the filter below which shows next week's weekly pivots.

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set{mh,high 22 day high 0 days ago}
set{ml,low 22 day low 0 days ago}
set{cl,close 0 days ago}


set{mp1,cl + mh}
set{mp,mp1 + ml}
set{mpp,mp/3}

set{mr1x,mpp*2}
set{mr1,mr1x - ml}
set{ms1,mr1x - mh}

set{mrange,mh - ml}
set{mr2,mpp + mrange}
set{ms2,mpp - mrange}

set{m2r,mrange*2}
set{mr3,mpp + m2r}
set{ms3,mpp - m2r}

set{wp, weekly high + weekly low}
set{wp1,weekly close + wp}
set{wpp, wp1/3}

set{wr1x,wpp*2}
set {wr1,wr1x-weekly low}
set {ws1,wr1x-weekly high}

set{range,weekly high - weekly low}
set {wr2,wpp + range}
set {ws2,wpp - range}

set {2r,range*2}
set {wr3,wpp + 2r}
set{ws3,wpp - 2r}

and add column ws3
and add column ws2
and add column ws1
and add column wpp
and add column wr1
and add column wr2
and add column wr3

and add column ms3
and add column ms2
and add column ms1
and add column mpp
and add column mr1
and add column mr2
and add column mr3
]



I would have liked to draw the values as horizontal lines but don't think that is possible. It would likely blur the chart anyway.
It does use up a lot of the columns that are at your disposal.








General Discussion · Online Brokerages
mahkoh
msg #98383
modified
1/3/2011 3:08:26 PM

Pitt, I wonder what you mean with 8-10 delta? Is it 0.08 to 0.10 delta value in IB columns?
I have been trading condors for a while but found that you if have some winners you only need one loser to get back to zero.

Oh and one point for IB: You can withdraw funds once a month without being charged a fee.

General Discussion · Variance on Opening Prices
mahkoh
msg #98349
1/1/2011 8:04:04 AM

As far as I know freestockcharts works only with quotes from BATS exchange, this will likely be less reliable.
Did you use Ninja Trader linked to IB or with Kinetic data?
I once had an issue over a quote with a broker and they said the Bloomberg Terminal on Bloomberg.com is the one that is considered accurate.

Filter Exchange · Interesting - VXX:SPY ratio accurately calls recent tops and bottoms
mahkoh
msg #98320
12/30/2010 11:00:49 AM

Well, VXX back down and ROC turned south just before touching zero. I am thinking of combining this filter with the 401K filter (PORTFOLIO SELECTION AND MANAGEMENT USING RISK/REWARD RATIOS). If the VXX/SPY filter tells you to go long SPY, run the 401K and buy what that filter advises.

Filter Exchange · * * rsi 1 and rsi 2 with sum * *
mahkoh
msg #98250
12/27/2010 7:43:07 PM

Thanks, four.
I had come across that help page before but could not really grasp the meaning as the attached example filter didn't make sense to me.
" sum(rsi(1),2) equals 0 " must mean "1 day RSI has been zero for the last two days"

Filter Exchange · * * rsi 1 and rsi 2 with sum * *
mahkoh
msg #98243
12/27/2010 4:23:09 PM

I'm a bit puzzled here.
" sum(rsi(1),2) equals 0 " - I believe this means that the value of the 1 day RSI + 2 = 0
Can RSI be negative?


General Discussion · forex broker
mahkoh
msg #98228
12/27/2010 9:12:11 AM

I believe MB Trading is a good choice. You can trade 0.1 lots with them, trade all day and end up with less than a $10 loss. Just make sure your broker charges commission, if that's the case they are an ECN broker and are less likely to go stop hunting.

Filter Exchange · * * Williams %R and RSI
mahkoh
msg #98111
12/19/2010 2:25:02 PM

This looks promising, thanks for sharing. A quick glance would suggest that W%R(2) crossing down -25 would be a point to look for an exit. Would you agree?

General Discussion · Searching for ETF's
mahkoh
msg #98097
modified
12/18/2010 6:50:13 PM

Fetcher[
show stocks where MA(9) crossed MA(27)
market is etf
]



or
Fetcher[
show stocks where MA(9) crossed above MA(27)
market is etf
]





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