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Filter Exchange · Who wrote this filter?
pops
msg #85477
1/3/2010 8:53:27 PM

Thanks for the info, Chetron.

Bill Roberts

Filter Exchange · Who wrote this filter?
pops
msg #85249
12/30/2009 3:46:48 PM

Several years ago I copied this filter from one of the threads on this site. I am now trying to review the comments in the thread, but I can't locate it. Does anyone recognize it and can they point me to the thread?


rsi(2) one day ago has been below 7 for the last 2 days

rsi(2) < 80

close > open

close one day ago is below open

close > 1


average volume(30) > 1000000




Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
pops
msg #71153
2/3/2009 9:08:15 PM

jimhbutton--- Thanks for your tremendous efforts. I'll study your filter and try it out for a few days to see how successful it is. I really appreciate you taking on this challenge. It looks like a lot of work to me. Thanks again.

Bill Roberts

Filter Exchange · NR4 filter
pops
msg #69799
12/11/2008 10:17:42 PM

Alf, you really made that look simple. Thank you so much.

Bill

Filter Exchange · NR4 filter
pops
msg #69671
12/7/2008 10:18:28 PM

I think that in the last few days I have seen a filter on this site which is designed to find NR4 stocks....stocks trading in their most narrow range within the last 4 days...., but I can't find it now. Does anyone know whether it exists and, if so, where is it. Or, can anyone give me an easy start on building a filter to find NR4 stocks. I am completely helpless when it comes to writing filters.

Bill

Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
pops
msg #69176
11/11/2008 9:02:38 AM

Yes, I believe that it would depend upon intraday data. I understand your response and thank you for considering my request. I have been a long-time, albeit quiet, follower of your writings and believe that your statistical "filters" are one of the smartest ways for an EOD trader to play the game.

Bill Roberts

Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
pops
msg #69122
modified
11/9/2008 1:45:58 PM

TRO --- I hope that this hasn't been addressed before: Is it possible for you to write a statistical "filter" that will tell you how many times in the last XX days that stocks gained XX cents (or a percentage) BEFORE it lost that same amount of cents or percentage? For example, can a statistical filter be written to show you which stocks in the last 100 days advanced $.50 above the opening price BEFORE they declined $.50 below the opening price during the same trading day.....and which stocks did this the most frequently? What I am trying to find is which stocks are most likely to go up (or down) a predetermined amount from the opening price of that day before they go the opposite direction from the opening price on that same day. If this statistical filter can be written, then it seems that one could vary the cents or percentage numbers to find the highest probability stocks. If so, then this should be a good way for end-of-day traders to plan their next day's trade.

By the way, thank you for your many valuable contributions to this forum.

Bill Roberts

General Discussion · A filter worth paying for
pops
msg #52963
7/10/2007 8:37:10 PM

To glgene---to find Muddy's "wait for the green method", Google "greenonthescreen".

General Discussion · Asking you for another small favor
pops
msg #52891
7/8/2007 10:27:20 PM

Once again, your wish is granted. Thank you for all the small favors you have granted the readers of this forum in the past.

General Discussion · A try at swing trade perfection
pops
msg #52880
7/8/2007 6:30:04 PM

msummer2007---Thanks for this post. I have played with it the last couple of hours and it appears to be a very good swing trade filter. I don't know how much more you could do to improve it, but I can't wait to see what the smart people have to say. One thing I noticed is that it doesn't generally give you any stocks to buy during periods that the market is falling. If it does, you can count on the stocks being genuine winners. In that respect, the filter seems to be a self-timing filter. I like that. I may be wrong, but I believe that you can bleed a little more than 4% profit out of each stock without having to hold the stock a long time. However, I'm sure that you have looked at that angle.

Bill R.

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