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General Discussion · MOTLEY CRUE is here?
riggs
msg #41286
2/17/2006 8:43:01 PM

The wife and I did some wine testing in Santa Barbara,CA. last weekend and ran into Lead singer Vince Neil of Motley Crue. He was promoting his new product line and If I remember correctly, it's called "Vince Vineyards."

Anyway, while I'm sipping his wine we got to talking stocks, and after trying to impress each other for about a half hour, he tells me that Mick Mars (lead guitarist) builds filters at some site called stockfetcher.com lol....

I said "stockfetcher.com?" "Never heard of it." while my wife is squeezing my hand and I'm holding back a crooked smile! It seems Mick Mars is quite active here at SF and is some computer genius of sorts.

Anyway, after exchanging cards and hand shakes, Vince tells me I should "visit stockfetcher.com and put a shout out to Mick!"

So here it goes....HEY MICK, IT'S RIGGS! YEAH YOU KNOW THE MIGHTY RIGGS! Why did you change the song "come on and dance" when you went from Leathur Records to Electra? Anyway, congrats on your success and tell Vince I think his wine sucked! Just kidding bro. lol....


RIGGS


Filter Exchange · In Bears We Trust
riggs
msg #41282
2/17/2006 4:17:02 PM

Niko -

Just kind of put all of TRO'S shorting Idea's into one filter, that's all. And thanx for the Elder-Ray thing! Yeah, I'm loving that filter too....


TRO -

Just sent you an email about Vegas NASCAR! Sorry bro, but theres no way I go to Vegas without the wife. Russell's wife is going, so I had to bring mine as well.



RIGGS


Filter Exchange · THE ONE & ONLY DOMINATOR! THE NEW DMA(28,-14)
riggs
msg #41274
2/17/2006 2:11:49 AM

Avery, check your's......


Filter Exchange · THE ONE & ONLY DOMINATOR! THE NEW DMA(28,-14)
riggs
msg #41266
modified
2/16/2006 11:22:47 PM

I told all of you some time ago to never overlook Elder-Rays "Bullpower/Bearpower." Check out the performance of these scans....

Fetcher[show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 close and DMA(28,-14)is more than 3% above close Set{Bullpower,high minus EMA(13)}Set{Bearpower,low minus EMA(13)}draw Bullpower and draw Bearpower and Bullpower is below 0 and Bearpower is below 0 and Bearpower has been increasing the last 1 day and bullpower has been decreasing the last 1 day and close is above 40 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and draw ema(5)draw ema(13)draw ema(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column slow stochastics(5,3)add column industry and sort column 2 descending and offset 3 days]




Fetcher[show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 close and DMA(28,-14)is more than 3% above close Set{Bullpower,high minus EMA(13)}Set{Bearpower,low minus EMA(13)}draw Bullpower and draw Bearpower and Bullpower is below 0 and Bearpower is below 0 and Bearpower has been increasing the last 1 day and bullpower has been decreasing the last 1 day and close is above 40 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and draw ema(5)draw ema(13)draw ema(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column slow stochastics(5,3)add column industry and sort column 2 descending and offset 4 days]




Fetcher[show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 close and DMA(28,-14)is more than 3% above close Set{Bullpower,high minus EMA(13)}Set{Bearpower,low minus EMA(13)}draw Bullpower and draw Bearpower and Bullpower is below 0 and Bearpower is below 0 and Bearpower has been increasing the last 1 day and bullpower has been decreasing the last 1 day and close is above 40 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and draw ema(5)draw ema(13)draw ema(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column slow stochastics(5,3)add column industry and sort column 2 descending and offset 5 days]




Fetcher[show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 close and DMA(28,-14)is more than 3% above close Set{Bullpower,high minus EMA(13)}Set{Bearpower,low minus EMA(13)}draw Bullpower and draw Bearpower and Bullpower is below 0 and Bearpower is below 0 and Bearpower has been increasing the last 1 day and bullpower has been decreasing the last 1 day and close is above 40 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and draw ema(5)draw ema(13)draw ema(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column slow stochastics(5,3)add column industry and sort column 2 descending and offset 7 days]




DMA IS THE ONLY WAY!



RIGGS











General Discussion · Email: A Way to Option $5,000 into $170,005 in 335 days
riggs
msg #41270
2/16/2006 11:18:30 PM

The key phrase was this..."This was forwarded to me"

That is all anyone needs to know! If it was "forwarded," it's junk and nothing more.

People that start these bulk mailers, spend more time on their "bulking software" than they do paying attention to actual calls and puts! Trust me, this is pie-in-the-sky!


RIGGS





Filter Exchange · THE ONE & ONLY DOMINATOR! THE NEW DMA(28,-14)
riggs
msg #39316
modified
2/16/2006 8:29:00 PM

For those of you lucky enough to actually see this post, I'm releasing the 3 new filters as promised. I just got a great corporate gig because of these filters, so I won't be spending much time here anylonger. An ivestor that saw my filters somewhere else on the internet, has hired me to head up his research department, and his trading room. Now unlike the other investors last week, he seems to think we should "spread the wealth along to everyone."

Now with this being my very last post, I want to make sure you all understand what to look for, and how to use "The 3 Dominators!" As I said last week, "you'll never use another filter ever again." Someone recently asked me "why don't I just use rsi-2 and be done with it?" Had I been able to post, I would have told him, it's because rsi(2)does NOT foretell the future like my filters do. The only thing rsi(2)tells you is...the stock has bottomed out and no more harm can be done to it. But, It doesn't tell you good things are to come like DMA. How many times do we see DMA fall WITH rsi-2 below 1? Too many if you really want to know. rsi-2 IMHO is no better than the MACD Histogram IMO. In fact, I see much better results from MACD-H! RSI-2 is nothing more than a 50/50 daytraders entry indicator.It doesn't tell you about the future price of a stock, and more times than not, it will sit below 1 for days on end!

So enough of "that little indicator that MIGHT." DMA(Displaced M.A)will NEVER leave you looking in through the out door! In fact, it rings a bell and TELLS the other lagging moving averages to "get up here now!" And we already know that price will ALWAYS follow suit. I noticed some of you were fighting with the "slope" of the DMA. You had the wording correct, but it wasn't in the right place. The phrasing needed to be # 1. priority! That meant the filter itself needed to START with the "slope" phrasing. So thats how I took care of the "slope" issue. Next, you'll notice I strategically placed the EMA(39)more than 2% above price, so that when the EMA(3)crosses over it, there will be a BLAST of energy! and it will happen EVERYTIME without fail! Then the EMA(13)will get ahold of the EMA(39), and that's when the stock catapults! By this time(3 or 4 days later), you will be ready to exit EARLY and catch the next one.

I have looked at HUNDREDS of filters, and nothing even comes close to the regularity and precise price targeting of this filter. The beautiful thing about it is, you can make it(DMA)do what ever you want. Can rsi-2 do that? Not in this lifetime! Will it give you price targets? Never! Does it ring a bell? Yes, rsi-2 tells you when it's lunch time and thats it! Heck, even I can see a Sharks fin in the water on a surfboard! But DMA equips the surfer with infrared high powered Binoculars, so he sees the Shark fin 3 swells away under a dim moonlight night!

# 1. DMA 5% FILTER:

Fetcher[Show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 and
EMA(3)crossed below DMA(28,-14)within the last 3 days and
DMA(28,-14)is more than 5% above close and EMA(39)is more than 3% above close and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and close is above 2 and draw EMA(3)draw EMA(13)draw EMA(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column Double stochastics(10,3)add column industry and sort column 6 and offset 0 days
]




Next you guys are gonna see the ELDER-RAYS magic. I've been talking about "Bullpower/Bearpower" since I came here, and finally someone(Maxreturn)wrote it in filter terms. Take a look at the "offset" days, 3 and 4 days back. Then you couple it with DMA, and you've got "DOMINATOR 2!" Get to know this filter, it will be your second best friend. Sorry about that wives....

# 2. DMA & Bullpower / Bearpower:

Fetcher[show stocks where 2 day slope of DMA(28,-14)is above 0 close and DMA(28,-14)is more than 3% above close Set{Bullpower,high minus EMA(13)}Set{Bearpower,low minus EMA(13)}draw Bullpower and draw Bearpower and Bullpower is below 0 and Bearpower is below 0 and Bearpower has been increasing the last 1 day and bullpower has been decreasing the last 1 day and close is above 40 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and draw ema(3)draw ema(13)draw ema(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column slow stochastics(5,3)add column industry and sort column 2 and offset 0 days]




We all know a market top is coming soon, so this filter is right on time at the time of this post 12/3/05. It's my DMA shorting filter. BTW, can you short stocks with rsi-2? I wonder...anyhoo, my shorting filter will get you in BEFORE the "dark cloud" covering. How many times have you tried to short a stock, but never got an uptick? This filter is geared to get you in EARLY just B-4 the storm. Now I implemented IMO the only reason to ever use RSI(2), so you'll see it's small occurrance in the filter, but it does play a nice role. Start looking for intraday reversal signals and get in. Don't worry about the price moving up a $1 or two, just take a long look at that DMA deep below. Pick the stocks with the widest range between price and DMA. In other words, if price is $22, then look for DMA to be around $18-$19. That way, you will cover around $16-$17. BTW, price will ALWAYS surpass DMA by a couple of dollars. DMA is not like other moving averages, price rarely rests on the DMA. Now the beauty of this is, you will cover the same way as Filter # 1. It's just that easy!!!


# 3. DMA SHORTING FILTER:

Fetcher[show stocks where DMA(28,-14)is more than 5% below close and EMA(13)crossed above DMA(28,-14)within the last 3 days and RSI(2)is above 99 and average volume(90)is above 100000 and volume is above 100000 and volume is less than average volume(5)and close is above 5 and draw Double stochastics(10,3)draw EMA(3)draw EMA(13)draw EMA(39)add column DMA(28,-14)add column Double stochastics(10,3)add column industry and sort column 6 descending and offset 0 days]




Well, there you have it. Do your OWN research and you'll see that there aren't 3 better filters around. Now remember, SF isn't perfect, so only look for stocks where DMA is pointing up or horizonatlly across the chart. I'll add a couple of fun filters to go along with these, but these are all you'll ever need. So you can all stop e-mailing me everyone(EBAY People) "THE ONE & ONLY DOMINATORS" are now yours!


THE MIGHTY RIGGS!



General Discussion · Detective Work IV
riggs
msg #41236
2/15/2006 8:46:57 PM

Gotta run and eat dinner, so this link should help fill in the rest.....


http://www.renewableenergystocks.com/Companies/RenewableEnergy/Stock_List.asp#Photovoltaic


General Discussion · Detective Work IV
riggs
msg #41235
2/15/2006 8:34:50 PM

Here's a company that SHOULD be on the list.....

Fuelcell Energy Inc.(FCEL)


L@@K out for these guys!



RIGGS


General Discussion · Detective Work IV
riggs
msg #41234
2/15/2006 8:26:53 PM

One of these two companies are the # 5. on the list....

Tom Djokovich, CEO of XsunX, Inc., (OTCBB: XSNX) stated, “For XsunX, China with about 20% of the worlds population and India with about 17%, represent one of the more compelling opportunities for sustained growth in the utilization of solar energy production.”

OR....


Hendrx Corp (OTCBB: HDRX), helps to address the needs in developing countries for increases in water supply and access to improved water quality.


RIGGS.


General Discussion · Detective Work IV
riggs
msg #41233
2/15/2006 8:17:37 PM

Heres the # 1. stock on the list....

DISTRIBUTED ENERGY SYSTEMS INC.(DESC) $8.90

Distributed Energy Systems Corp. (NASDAQ: DESC) delivers power to end users looking to supplement their grids, allowing for more control over their electricity supplies. “Technology is helping to achieve differentiated quality of service in a way that really wasn’t commercially viable even five or 10 years ago,” described Walter W. ‘Chip’ Schroeder, President of DESC.


Should find a couple more B-4 the night is up!


RIGGS


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