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Filter Exchange · Guppy KST (sort of)
push5280
msg #155023
modified
12/18/2020 10:22:42 PM

Maybe when cema(rsi(14),5) crosses cema(rsi(14),9).
rsi_trigger > 0
Fetcher[
/*The short-term MAs are typically set at 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 15 periods. The longer-term MAs are typically set at 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60.*/
set{short_ma1, ema(3) * 6}
set{short_ma2, ema(5) * 5}
set{short_ma3, ema(8) * 4}
set{short_ma4, ema(10) * 3}
set{short_ma5, ema(12) * 2}
set{short_ma6, ema(15) * 1}
set{long_ma1, ema(30) * 1}
set{long_ma2, ema(35) * 2}
set{long_ma3, ema(40) * 3}
set{long_ma4, ema(45) * 4}
set{long_ma5, ema(50) * 5}
set{long_ma6, ema(60) * 6}
set{short_ma7, short_ma1 + short_ma2}
set{short_ma8, short_ma7 + short_ma3}
set{short_ma9, short_ma8 + short_ma4}
set{short_ma10, short_ma9 + short_ma5}
set{short_ma, short_ma10 + short_ma6}
set{short_val, short_ma / 21}
set{long_ma7, long_ma1 + long_ma2}
set{long_ma8, long_ma7 + long_ma3}
set{long_ma9, long_ma8 + long_ma4}
set{long_ma10, long_ma9 + long_ma5}
set{long_ma, long_ma10 + long_ma6}
set{long_val, long_ma / 21}
set{longMA_trigger, count(long_ma > cema(long_ma,9),1)}
set{shortMA_trigger, count(short_ma > cema(short_ma,9),1)}
set{rsi_trigger, count(cema(rsi(14),5) > cema(rsi(14),9),1)}
set{entry, longMA_trigger + shortMA_trigger}
entry > 0
draw rsi_trigger
draw shortMA_trigger
draw longMA_trigger
draw short_ma on plot long_ma
draw cema(short_ma,9)
draw cema(long_ma,9)
draw long_val on plot price
draw short_val on plot price
draw rsi(2)
draw rsi(14)
draw cema(rsi(14),9)
draw cema(rsi(14),5)
average volume(63) > 250,000
close > 1
sort column 2 ascending
]



Filter Exchange · Guppy KST (sort of)
push5280
msg #155020
modified
12/18/2020 4:02:04 PM

I've been playing around with this for a few days now and thought I'd share. I took the Guppy MMA and added Pring's KST weighting. shortMA_trigger starts the short term trend up and usually the longMA_trigger rolls over starting a bit longer up trend
Fetcher[
/*The short-term MAs are typically set at 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 15 periods. The longer-term MAs are typically set at 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60.*/
set{short_ma1, ema(3) * 6}
set{short_ma2, ema(5) * 5}
set{short_ma3, ema(8) * 4}
set{short_ma4, ema(10) * 3}
set{short_ma5, ema(12) * 2}
set{short_ma6, ema(15) * 1}
set{long_ma1, ema(30) * 1}
set{long_ma2, ema(35) * 2}
set{long_ma3, ema(40) * 3}
set{long_ma4, ema(45) * 4}
set{long_ma5, ema(50) * 5}
set{long_ma6, ema(60) * 6}
set{short_ma7, short_ma1 + short_ma2}
set{short_ma8, short_ma7 + short_ma3}
set{short_ma9, short_ma8 + short_ma4}
set{short_ma10, short_ma9 + short_ma5}
set{short_ma, short_ma10 + short_ma6}
set{short_val, short_ma / 21}
set{long_ma7, long_ma1 + long_ma2}
set{long_ma8, long_ma7 + long_ma3}
set{long_ma9, long_ma8 + long_ma4}
set{long_ma10, long_ma9 + long_ma5}
set{long_ma, long_ma10 + long_ma6}
set{long_val, long_ma / 21}
set{longMA_trigger, count(long_ma > cema(long_ma,9),1)}

set{shortMA_trigger, count(short_ma > cema(short_ma,9),1)}
draw shortMA_trigger
draw longMA_trigger
draw short_ma on plot long_ma
draw cema(short_ma,9)
draw cema(long_ma,9)
draw long_val on plot price
draw short_val on plot price
draw rsi(2)
draw rsi(14)
average volume(63) > 250,000
close > 1
sort column 2 ascending
]



General Discussion · EOD price
push5280
msg #154952
12/14/2020 5:22:40 PM

Anyone know what time Stockfetcher updates the EOD price? I think that quotes are delayed 20 min. during the day but it doesn't seem like EOD is updated at 4:20p.m.

General Discussion · builing filter around a small number of stocks
push5280
msg #153903
9/3/2020 7:03:30 PM

I don't think this is the bubble popping just yet, just a bit of a correction / pull back. But based on today's action, when the rug pull does happen it's going to be fast and furious

General Discussion · Scan for recent IPOs
push5280
msg #153870
9/1/2020 7:30:01 PM

here is someplace to start
https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Filter-Exchange/IPO-and-Bankruptcy-ReListing-Filter/98740/-1/98935


General Discussion · builing filter around a small number of stocks
push5280
msg #153712
8/24/2020 8:26:54 AM

Thank you all (miketranz, xarlor, nibor) for your help with this filter. The IND command was the thing I was looking for. I haven't had a lot of time to parse the filters, we had a death in the family this weekend. I'll be out of town for a week or so traveling for the funeral so I'll have plenty of time in airports to dive into these and tweak them. I really do appreciate you guys jumping in to help, it's the thing I like most about Stockfetcher!
Coincidentally, Zero Hedge ran an article yesterday addressing the influence of the FAANG stocks on the market and reinforces my thinking behind this scan. It is in my opinion required reading. The link follows. Thanks again for your help !!
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/horrendous-market-breadth-stinks-high-heaven-screams-imminent-risk


General Discussion · builing filter around a small number of stocks
push5280
msg #153682
8/21/2020 5:33:09 PM

xarlor, Thanks for your reply and yes, I guess I should have been more detailed. What I'm looking to do is create an indicator that is the composition of the market cap weighting of the FAANG stocks. Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google(Alphabet). Maybe include Tesla too. What I'm thinking is at some point there is going to be a rug pull and the house of cards is going to come crashing down. By using the FAANG stocks there should be some sort of precursor move which should alert to start looking at a short move. I'm thinking that just as the S&P 500 is weighted if I could create an indicator where the value of the indicator is based on the market cap weighting of the FAANG stocks it may provide a window into where the overall market is headed. I know I can do it in EXCEL but since I'm here and pay for Stockfetcher I was hoping others could help me figure out if it is at all possible in SF. My thought is that I would need the market cap of each of the FAANG stocks, weight them, add them together to create a custom indicator or value then use that and moving averages or some other custom version of an existing indicator. Just a thought and looking for ideas

General Discussion · builing filter around a small number of stocks
push5280
msg #153669
8/20/2020 7:00:10 PM

For instance, is there a way to use the market cap for Apple and Facebook and build a filter around that?
I'm not finding a way in the documentation and can't think of a work around. Any ideas?

General Discussion · Volume Zone Oscillator
push5280
msg #152784
6/25/2020 11:16:54 PM

Glad to help :)


General Discussion · Volume Zone Oscillator
push5280
msg #152777
6/25/2020 7:04:57 PM

Ok, I think this is everything :)

Fetcher[
/* Volume Zone Oscillator*/
set{var1, close - close 1 day ago}
set{var2, sign(var1)}
set{var3, var2 * volume}
set{VP, cema(var3,14)}
set{TV, cema(volume,14)}
set{var4, VP / TV}
set{VZO, 100 * var4}
/*Crossovers*/
set{cross1, count(VZO 1 day ago < 40, 1)}
set{cross2, count(VZO > 40, 1)}
set{cross3, cross1 + cross2}
set{BullCross, count(cross3 > 1.99, 1)}
set{cross4, count(VZO 1 day ago > 40, 1)}
set{cross5, count(VZO < 40, 1)}
set{cross6, cross4 + cross5}
set{BearCross, count(cross6 > 1.99, 1)}
/*ADX trend*/
set{trendEx, count(ADX(14) > 18, 1)}
/* Trend Direction*/
set{dir1, count(close > ema(60), 1)}
set{dir2, count(close 1 day ago < ema(60), 1)}
set{dir3, count(close < ema(60), 1)}
set{dir4, count(close 1 day ago > ema(60), 1)}
set{dir5, dir1 + dir2}
set{dir6, dir3 + dir4}
set{dir7, count(dir5 > 1.99, 1)}
set{dir8, count(dir6 < 1.99, 1)}
/*Bull and Bear Signal*/
set{sig1, trendEx + dir7}
set{sig2, sig1 + BullCross}
set{BullSignal, count(sig2 > 2.99, 1)}
set{sig3, trendEx + dir8}
set{sig4, sig3 + BearCross}
set{BearSignal, count(sig4 > 2.99, 1)}


/*Criteria*/
Close > 1
average volume(252) > 250,000
average volume(8) > 250,000


/* Charting*/
draw ema(60)
draw BullSignal
draw BearSignal
draw trendEx
draw BullCross
draw BearCross

draw VZO
draw VZO line at 60
draw VZO line at 40
draw VZO line at 15
draw VZO line at -15
draw VZO line at -40
draw VZO line at -60
draw ADX(14) line at 18
/* display */
Chart-time is 252 days
]



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