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General Discussion · Histogram of PVI Difference
snappyfrog
msg #152678
6/18/2020 11:40:50 PM

I must be brain dead tonight.
Trying to make a histogram of the difference of the pvi 22 high and low.
Thanks in advance for any help.

Fetcher[
apply to symlist(spy)
draw pvi 22 day high
draw pvi 22 day low
]



General Discussion · verifying results
snappyfrog
msg #152654
modified
6/16/2020 9:09:51 AM

Glad you figured it out.





General Discussion · verifying results
snappyfrog
msg #152648
modified
6/15/2020 8:41:33 PM

Making it clickable. You can change the date just above the charts to look at the picks for any date you like.

Fetcher[
Show stocks where emA(8) crosses above ema(21) for the past 7 days
market is not etf
market is not otcbb
volume is above 500000

Price is above ema(8)
Price is between 10 and 400
]



Filter Exchange · McGinley Dynamic Indicator
snappyfrog
msg #152546
6/7/2020 6:59:32 PM

Thanks, I will check those out also!

Filter Exchange · Price Coming Off of a PVI Low
snappyfrog
msg #152545
modified
6/7/2020 6:54:35 PM

Yes, you are correct. I could have just summed them all up. I need to do it one way or the other I guess so it looks better. But, in any case, all of the conditions must be met.

I originally set this up for the sum conditions and as time went on I added the other conditions trying to tighten up the signal to a better spot without as many headfakes.

Filter Exchange · McGinley Dynamic Indicator
snappyfrog
msg #152536
6/7/2020 10:35:35 AM

Thanks.

Reading the comments on the link you posted, it appears it is calculated wrong. I agree, so I don't think that is usable.

Filter Exchange · McGinley Dynamic Indicator
snappyfrog
msg #152533
6/7/2020 9:21:11 AM

This is above my ability - would it even be possible to do this in SF?



Filter Exchange · Price Coming Off of a PVI Low
snappyfrog
msg #152532
6/7/2020 8:23:00 AM

Here are both filters cleaned up:

Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price is > 5
Average Volume(30) > 5000000
optionable

set{obv10ma, cma(obv,10)}
set{plotobv, obv}
set{ema_13, count (close > ema(13),1)}
set{obv_up, count (plotobv > plotobv 1 day ago, 1)}
set{pvi_22, count (pvi > pvi 22 day low, 1)}
set{sum1, ema_13 + obv_up}
set{sum2, sum1 + pvi_22}
and sum2 > 2.99

and draw ema(13)
and draw ema(30)
and draw plotobv
and draw obv10ma on plot plotobv
and draw pvi 22 day low on plot pvi
and draw CMA(PVI,22) on plot PVI
and draw ADX(14)
and +DI(14) > +DI(14) 1 day ago
and draw Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) < 70
and Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) > Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) 1 day ago

add column separator
add column sector
add column industry
add column separator
add column RSI(14)
add column ATR(14)
add column Average Volume(30)
sort column 10 ascending
]




Penny Filter

Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price is between .1 and 3
Average Volume(30) > 500000

set{obv10ma, cma(obv,10)}
set{plotobv, obv}
set{ema_13, count (close > ema(13),1)}
set{obv_up, count (plotobv > plotobv 1 day ago, 1)}
set{pvi_22, count (pvi > pvi 22 day low, 1)}
set{sum1, ema_13 + obv_up}
set{sum2, sum1 + pvi_22}
and sum2 > 2.99

and draw ema(13)
and draw ema(30)
and draw plotobv
and draw obv10ma on plot plotobv
and draw pvi 22 day low on plot pvi
and draw CMA(PVI,22) on plot PVI
and draw ADX(14)
and +DI(14) > +DI(14) 1 day ago
and draw Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) < 70
and Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) > Slow Stochastics Fast %K(10) 1 day ago

add column separator
add column sector
add column industry
add column separator
add column RSI(14)
add column ATR(14)
add column Average Volume(30)
sort column 10 ascending
]



Filter Exchange · Price Coming Off of a PVI Low
snappyfrog
msg #152531
6/7/2020 7:27:36 AM

I am using this on penny stocks also. I only use smaller amounts on these trade as penny stocks can blow one's account up fast.

MVIS chart as an example:



Filter Exchange · Price Coming Off of a PVI Low
snappyfrog
msg #152530
6/7/2020 7:18:32 AM

NVAX

Negative and Positive Volume Index may just be a rabbit hole I've fallen into, but I think that anything that can give me a clue to what is going on in a market / stock is worth exploring.

Here is a 6 month daily chart on NVAX. On the left, you can see that the price had been "flat" in the $4.00 range for quite some time. NVI or institutional buyers had bought the majority of the stock but their buying was falling.

The 2 vertical lines show when there was an uptick in purchasing on the PVI or retail traders. It wasn't a big uptick, but noticeable. But, if you notice the NVI plunged both times. Institutional buyers, or the big guys were selling off to the retail buyers.

As retail traders bought more and more, you see the institutional or NVI line continues to fall. They are happy. Remember, they were buying in the $4 range. They sold most of their holdings in the $9 - $16 range. I'd be happy too.

About March 16, the NVI line begins to flatline. This tells us that institutional buyers are only holding what they want and have dumped the rest for great profits. Retail traders are now selling to each other and feeding the flames as more and more retail traders or PVI jump on the wagon.

From May 8th to 19th the trading between retail traders becomes a feeding frenzy. This chart shows a volume exhaustion (huge volume bar) and then the price tops out and the retail holders have no one to sell to any longer.

I am following the PVI for potential entries. Why? I don't have the information that the institutional or NVI buyer have, so I can't compete with them. However, I can use the PVI or retail trading information to my advantage. If I can jump in the retail trading early enough, I can scalp wins as the price is driven upwards or possibly get some short to longer term swing trades.

Ideally, about March 17th, when the NVI flat lined and PVI was moving upwards was when the real action started. I am not good at getting in at the "ideal" time, but scans are putting me into these trades before the price frenzy begins. As a swing trader, that is all I can hope for in a trade.







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