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Filter Exchange · New here: What is your screen you bet money on?
shelupinin
msg #35575
4/12/2005 5:16:12 AM

Hi, judgetrade !

I bet my money on following filter
Fetcher[
volume gained more than 200% over the last 1 day
and price dropped more than 5% over the last 1 day
and price is above 5
and volume is above 100000
]


that filter not far from you RSI(2) < 1 ... I add stocks which matched my SF filter to "watchlist" at my online broker optiosxpress.com and then monitor price movement at the beginning of trade day, if price is going up then I quickly buy that stock...


General Discussion · Strategy testing
shelupinin
msg #35574
4/12/2005 5:01:00 AM

Hi, TraderEyal !

There is no way to do back test autamatically on SF :((( I guess it's biggest disadvantage of stockfetcher.com :(((

alex


General Discussion · back testing
shelupinin
msg #34833
1/10/2005 11:52:09 AM

Hi, again!
As I understood from posts it is impossible to do automatic back testing for some filter with a lot of querys for some period of time with SF... So may be some one know what is a simples solution(I mean cheapest one :) to back test some filter automatically? I mean I need some stock price database with history for 1-2 years with ability to write some querys like "scan last 365 days for filter "bla-bla-bla" with data offset 5 days then divide value for 365"...
It's good that SF allows to "back test" filters, but it's much better if we can
test filter performance not with one-two querys but with hundreds querys, to get real avarage volume for filter performance...

any suggestions welcome
thanx in advance
Alex


General Discussion · back testing
shelupinin
msg #34775
1/6/2005 6:10:47 AM

cegis, yepher, thank you for answer but I still did'nt get results :(
the ipropel.com link at "G5 geodepe" post not working, and the "Technique: Calc your own returns - for any period" not just what I wanted to ask... sorry, correct me if I wrong, but "Technique: Calc your own returns - for any period" doesn't allow you to calculate average filter results for, say, last 1 or 2 years, I mean not a data offset for 1 year, data offset should be 5 days, I mean to get average value of performance for some filted for 5 days period during last 1-2 years, so I need to calculate filter performance for every day of last couple of years with data offset 5 days... Is it possible to do automatically? I guess there should be some "web based" service with stock price database for last several years, with possibility to write some querys.
I know that software like MetaStock allow you to do it, but I don't have MetaStock, I'm just beginner...
if you have any ideas how to do it, please, post..
thanx in advance
Alex


General Discussion · back testing
shelupinin
msg #34755
1/5/2005 2:59:43 AM

Hi, guys!
I'd like to ask about "back testing".. I'm not satisfied with "back testing" technique wich used on SF, on SF I can only "back test" filter for one given period of time. For example: I need to test filter
Fetcher[RSI(15) is below 30 and RSI(10) is below 30 and RSI(5) is below 30 and price dropped more than 15% for 1 day and price above 1 and volume above 20000 and data offset is 5]

, at SF I can only test it for last 5 days, but if I want to check filter performance
one month ago I can do it only manually. I'd like to find possibility to "scan" whole year with this filter, calculate performance, then divide value for number of days and get average performance for given filter for given data offset for last year. Is there any possibility to do it with StockFetcher?
If no, may be someone knows some web service with stock database which allows to write scripts with querys like "scan last 365 days for filter "bla-bla-bla" with data offset 5 days then divide value for 365" ? If it is possible some way then it is a great tool to check real average filter performace, to compare filters and find best one not only for last 5 days, but to get average value with several hundreds or even thousands querys !!!
any suggestions welcome
thanx in advance
Alex


Filter Exchange · RS(2)
shelupinin
msg #34443
12/20/2004 2:55:51 PM

sorry, forget to put my favority filter:

RSI(2) < 1
and RSI(15) below 30
and price above 1 and volume above 20000
and date offset is 5


Filter Exchange · RS(2)
shelupinin
msg #34442
12/20/2004 2:28:28 PM

Hi!
I like RSI very much and below several filters which uses RSI:

RSI(15)reached a new 1 year low and RSI(15) below 30 and price above 1 and volume above 20000
and date offset is 5

RSI(15) is below 30 and RSI(10) is below 30 and RSI(5) is below 30 and price dropped more than 15% for 1 day and
price above 1 and volume above 20000 and date offset is 10

RSI(10) is below 20 and price above 1 and volume above 20000 and date offset is 7

RSI(2) 1 day ago had been decreasing for 3 days and RSI(2) is increasing for 1 day and RSI(15) is below 30 and
price above 1 and volume above 20000 and date offset is 10


General Discussion · Largest margin for trade.
shelupinin
msg #33828
11/7/2004 5:38:17 PM

Hi, Cegis !
Thanx for answer, but I know nothing about options :( Which margin I can find to trade options? Do you know? I guess technical analysis and indicators are the same for stocks and options so there is no big difference what to trade, stocks or options...
alex


General Discussion · Largest margin for trade.
shelupinin
msg #33810
11/6/2004 2:13:09 PM

Hi,guys !
What is the largest margin I can find at online broker? Does anybody know? I was able to find brokers with maximum margin 1/4 and not more :(
Why brokers can't propose margin for stocks like margin for FOREX with 1/100 or 1/200 leverage? Yes, it's dangerous to trade with such margin but if I know what I'm doing why I can't trade with such margin?
any suggestions welcome
thanx in advance
Alex


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