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Filter Exchange · Intersecting 1 month high with daily candle
snappyfrog
msg #147379
4/14/2019 10:26:21 AM

Nibor100
4/14/2019 9:53:33 AM

1. Is it your intent to eliminate any stocks that in the past 6 days have Highs equal to but not greater than the ongoing, High 1 month High, before today's new higher, High 1 month High?

2. I believe new high 1 month high lines won't actually intersect candles at right angles as the High 1 month high is drawn to touch the topmost tip of the candlestick; however, new Close 1 month highs, would probably have some intersection of today's candles that have Highs above their Closes, but probably still not at right angles.

Thanks,
Ed S.

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1. Yes, after a pullback many times stocks will make a good run. So I am trying to find the next wave up on a stock, even if it is only for a few days (my style of swing trading).

2. Correct, it won't actually "intersect", but that was the best way I knew how to try to convey what I was seeing.

I don't want to see the 1 month high "drop" to meet the candles as this many times shows a weakness in the run and they many times fail.

Here is another example of what I like to see.



Filter Exchange · Intersecting 1 month high with daily candle
snappyfrog
msg #147377
modified
4/14/2019 8:46:45 AM

Well I think this fixes what I was looking to find. I must have been brain dead last nigh. Limited hits and picking the stock when the 1 month high intersects. Many less hits and the results are looking good so far.

Thanks for your help - any improvements, please feel free to post.



Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price > 5
Average Volume(30) > 5000000
and draw EMA(13) /* Mactheriverrat*/
and high equals high 1 month high
and high 1 day ago < high 1 month high 1 day ago
and high 2 days ago < high 1 month high 2 days ago
and high 3 days ago < high 1 month high 3 days ago
and high 4 days ago < high 1 month high 4 days ago
and high 5 days ago < high 1 month high 5 days ago
and high 6 days ago < high 1 month high 6 days ago
]



Filter Exchange · Intersecting 1 month high with daily candle
snappyfrog
msg #147376
4/14/2019 8:23:55 AM

Well, I've gotten closer with this filter, but it missed picking up F (Ford) for some reason. Many less hits on this one though.



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

and close equals close 1 month high
and close 1 day ago < 1 month high
and close 2 days ago < 1 month high

and draw low 1 month low
]



Filter Exchange · Intersecting 1 month high with daily candle
snappyfrog
msg #147375
4/14/2019 8:11:39 AM

Thanks Mac & Cheese (see what I did there) lol. Both of the above filters picked Ford (F). Instead of having to sort through several hundred hits, I was hoping there was some way to find a stock like F when the 1 month high intersected it for the "first" time (red box).

I tried using the slope of the 1 month high equals 0 also but without any luck. Thanks for your ideas!



Filter Exchange · Intersecting 1 month high with daily candle
snappyfrog
msg #147371
4/13/2019 11:36:57 PM

I want to find the day (red box on chart below) where the 1 month high intersects at a right angle to the candlestick. This is to try to get a 2 -5 day or more swing trade. Any help on how to write this, I would be most appreciative.



Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price > 5
Average Volume(30) > 5000000
draw high 1 month high
draw low 1 month low
]



Filter Exchange · I'm tired of losing money - can someone give me something that works?
snappyfrog
msg #147311
4/11/2019 10:34:14 AM

There are 15 years of filters posted in the forums. Search for something you are interested in like a specific indicator, style of trading, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Filter Exchange · Diagonal call spread candidate filter
snappyfrog
msg #147305
4/11/2019 12:33:46 AM

Nice filter. I think one would want to find a stock moving like Comcast to build a filter around for diagonal option trades. Thoughts?



Filter Exchange · Incomplete Double-top
snappyfrog
msg #147091
3/27/2019 12:23:37 AM

You could use something like this as a start. This gave me 50 hits and you could glance through and find those that fit what you are looking for in a set up. Here is an example of what it can find.



Fetcher[
market is not otcbb
market is not

show stocks that are near the close 2 month high
and price is between 5 and 20
and volume > 321321
]



Filter Exchange · Simple Filter for Short Term Options
snappyfrog
msg #147080
modified
3/25/2019 10:50:40 PM

@snappyfrog,

Regarding your 1st long filter:

a. What's the most times you've bought short term calls in one particular stock in one month?

b. Are these short term calls in the money, at the money, or out?

c. Are you using the EMA(8) and the Stochastic%K(40,40,4) in some dual manner to make your final picks for which stocks to place the calls on?

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Nibor100, so far the most on any one stock is 6 times in one month on GT (Goodyear Tire). Edit: 6 times buying calls and puts, not just calls.

I always buy no more than 1 strike ITM or OTM.

I use the EMA(8) and sometimes EMA(13) as an exit signal and the Stoch to help me for entries and also to determine whether to keep holding in the middle of a run. It depends on where the %k and %d are located ie.- overbought / oversold, near a cross or turning in the opposite direction.

Filter Exchange · Simple Filter for Short Term Options
snappyfrog
msg #147060
3/24/2019 9:28:55 PM

graft, nice work. I like sorting that by "jump%" low and high. I think I will play with that some myself. I have filters looking for specific gaps, but this is more like using ATR than a gap filter. Sorting that way is interesting.

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