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Filter Exchange · Share your best filter, here mine
roca1018
msg #36941
7/15/2005 7:29:44 AM

I understand the use of pivot points , support lines and resistance lines and use this to go long or short on the Naz comp. I don't see the battle lines as effective on any consistent basis. Show me 2 weeks of data on RIMM that illustrate
buying support or selling resistance with the .2 and .8 equation.

Rich



Filter Exchange · BATTLE LINES
roca1018
msg #36908
7/13/2005 4:04:08 PM

Rumpled One,

If close is above s1 and above the pp are the calculations different? could you give an example of rimm with actual numbers on 7/12/05 inc the setup for close above and below the pp. I am assuming that pp = H+L+C/3 and S1= PP- (H-PP)

Thanks

Rich


General Discussion · WAIT FOR GREEN
roca1018
msg #36858
7/12/2005 6:44:42 AM

Corsino, da_net,

I am also in agreement as waiting for green is often more of a gamble than
looking for reversals after further downside. Of particular interest to me is the 4ema crossing above the 10ema on a 5 minute chart. Unfortunately, my work schedule
does not permit me to monitor regularly. In addition, I am not aware of any free
live charting sites. I use the chart tools on Ameritrade but the screen is small
(bigcharts) and there isn't any option to enlarge it.

Rich


General Discussion · Rumpled One!! Wait for Green?
roca1018
msg #36383
6/19/2005 6:52:00 AM

Opening green is not a reliable predictor as oftentimes a stock in a downward
trend opens above the previous close and then drops. Some will go by the first 10 m 15m 30m or 60m candle and will place a limit order that is not greater than
3% above the previous close. I have not seen any data which shows the win/loss
ratio of stocks bought when green at the open,10m, 15m, 30m, 60m It seems that you need additional indicators such as price crossing above ema5 or sma4 crossing
above sma10 on a 1d/5m candle bouncing off the lrc

Rich


Filter Exchange · RSI(2) - The Little Indicator That Could
roca1018
msg #36208
6/5/2005 6:56:25 AM

Has anyone backtested stocks with rsi(2)under 1 and green 10 or 15 minutes after the open to see if they close green over 50% of the time? It seems that a number of stocks that you would have entered do not hold up and either close unc or down.
the most recent example is SVSE on 5/31. Are there other indicators that confirm
that a stock turning green stays green?

Thanks,

Rich


Filter Exchange · Detecting RSI(5) bottom
roca1018
msg #35599
4/14/2005 6:43:49 AM

Rumpled One,

I appreciate your input, however, trading that way would not have a high
probability of winning. These stocks are volatile and often establish the hod in early trading and often sell off hard. As a working person I have had more success
buying the fails with long bottom tails or buying after 11am when a bounce off the lows are apparent.

Rich



Filter Exchange · RSI(2) - The Little Indicator That Could
roca1018
msg #35400
3/20/2005 8:18:36 AM

Rumpled One,

I backtested the filter between 1 and 30 days. While some did advance the overall numbers make the needle in the haystack claim dubiuos. If the scan
generates 20 picks, how is one to determine how to pare the list?

Regards,

Rich


Filter Exchange · Best Filter Contest.
roca1018
msg #34448
12/21/2004 6:50:28 AM

Petrolpeter,

Where is the Gann thread?

Thanks,

Rich


Filter Exchange · Absolute Price Indicator Scan
roca1018
msg #32669
7/23/2004 7:12:18 AM

Correction : the APO is the Absolute Price Ocscillator. It is comprised of two
ma values and the first is subtracted from the second to determine the number.

Rich


Filter Exchange · Absolute Price Indicator Scan
roca1018
msg #32484
6/30/2004 2:46:43 PM

I am trying to scan for APO(25,175) crossing above the 20 day ema of APO(25,175)
to no avail. It recognizes the APO but dosen't understand the ema function. Any
suggestions?

Thanks,

Rich


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