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Filter Exchange · My RSI(2) < 1 Filter...
roca1018
msg #38516
10/20/2005 6:45:32 AM

There are certain low priced tech stocks that can jump over 15% when they move
below RSI(2). I am not implying that they move the day after crossing below RSI(2)
as sometimes they are 1 or 2 day muddy failures. IMHO you have to be careful with
a low priced under RSI(2) stock if there is any news that hints at an impending bankruptcy, witness the recent plunge of DPH.


Regards,

Rich


Filter Exchange · great simple filter
roca1018
msg #38171
9/23/2005 9:53:59 PM

Shel,

It dosen't make sense to set tight stops on stocks with RSI(2)
under 1 . Witness WGAT today closing up .29 after bottoming @ 2.02
With a 2% stop , you would have been stopped out. This is one of
numerous examples.

Rich


General Discussion · Early Base Stage Breakouts
roca1018
msg #38017
9/17/2005 8:49:22 AM

Any ideas on constructing a filter to capture stocks breaking out from a
long early base in the 1-5 range?

Thanks,

Rich


General Discussion · how to buy "pool of stocks"
roca1018
msg #37650
8/26/2005 10:17:39 AM

Why not buy an ETF thru an online brokerage such as Interactive Brokers. You can buy an ETF at .01 pr share and sell at the same rate.


Rich



General Discussion · Stockfetcher errors in company identification
roca1018
msg #37649
8/26/2005 10:12:39 AM

I have noticed on a least a couple of occasions when SF incorrectly identified the company with the ticker symbol. The most recent example is ticker CHID which is china digital but " jasmine gardens" according to SF

Rich


Filter Exchange · Filtering by index
roca1018
msg #37028
7/23/2005 8:40:14 AM

Big OH,


Show ETF shares with RSI(2) below 1

If you run this on 7/22 it will bring up BBH


Filter Exchange · Filtering by index
roca1018
msg #37027
7/23/2005 8:36:40 AM

BIG OH ,

I would suggest that you scan for ETF's with RSI(2) below 1. For example as of the close on 7/22, the BBH (Internet Holders) has an RSI(2)of .86

Rich




Filter Exchange · BATTLE LINES
roca1018
msg #36976
7/19/2005 6:49:47 AM

Big Oh, Rumpled One,

I am glad that this scalping filter is working for you. I do not have
tradestation, esignal etc.. as I am working full time and I cannot monitor
regularly. Is the Big Oh user name associated with the famous ex great
basketball player Oscar Robinson who was often referred to as
" the big o "

Regards,

Rich


Filter Exchange · Share your best filter, here mine
roca1018
msg #36975
7/19/2005 6:33:33 AM

Big Oh, Rumpled One

I'm glad that the filter is working well for you. I don't have esignal,
tradestation etc.. and I work full time so I am somewhat limited in terms
of options.

Rich


Filter Exchange · BATTLE LINES
roca1018
msg #36942
7/15/2005 7:48:45 AM


Rumpled One,

In the example you use at the outset, you state that the 20 yd line =
SL- (RL-SL) *.20 then right below you use SL - (PP-SL) *.20 if close is below PP
When do you actually use the first equation which obviously generates different numbers then the second?

Thanks,

Rich


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