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Filter Exchange · GRAVESTONE AND DRAGONFLY DOJI
snappyfrog
msg #146266
1/26/2019 8:20:33 AM

Day Position
Parameters Position {0...1}
Period
Usage Day Position(pos)
Day Position(pos,period)
Day Pos(pos,period)

Description The Day Position is a basic measure that computes a value which is a percentage of the day range. In otherwords, if the position parameter is 0.5, the Day Position will be Low + ((High - Low) * 0.5). Any value from 0 to 1 may be used to locate a position within the daily range.
In addition to computing this value over a single day, a period may be specified. The measure will then find the highest high and lowest low over the given number of days and then perform the same computation as above.

Note: By default the day position period is 5 days.

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snappyfrog
msg #146242
1/25/2019 8:26:49 AM

Here is a link to SF pivot points:

https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Indicators/Pivot-Points-PP-R1-S1-R2-S2/132/-1/132

Here is a filter to find doji's posted by alf44:

https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Filter-Exchange/DOJI/66467/-1/66474

And using the search box in SF for doji gives you this to work with:

https://www.stockfetcher.com/sf/search.php?q=doji&filter=&sort=

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snappyfrog
msg #146238
1/24/2019 10:08:43 PM

SF is for daily or longer chart bars. You cannot use it for day trading, with the exception of using "price" instead of "close". This allows me to run filters during the day with a 15 - 20 delay.

As I typically swing trade 2 or more days, this is not an issue.

There is no way to set up a filter to tell you what happened in the last hour or two of the day.

Filter Exchange · Interesting Filter using Bollinger %B(8,2.0) in novel way
snappyfrog
msg #146207
1/21/2019 9:57:55 PM

I actually made an error on the price crossing down across the BB. I put the amount ".67" and it should be ".77". Here is the corrected version.

Fetcher[




symlist(spy)

set{overbought,.78}
set{upperNZ, .56}
set{oversold, .22}

set{OB1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - overbought}
set{OS1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - oversold}
set{NZU1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - upperNZ}


set{OB2, OB1 /10}
set{OS2, OS1 / 10}
set{NZU2, NZU1 / 10}


set{OB3, close * OB2}
set{OS3, close * OS2}
set{NZU3, close * NZU2}


set{OB, close - OB3}
set{OS, close - OS3}
set{NZU, close - NZU3}

set{call, count(Bollinger %B(8,2.0) crossed above .23,1) * count(Fast Stochastics Fast %d(8,3) increasing last 1 day,1)}
set{put, count(Bollinger %B(8,2.0) crossed below .77,1) * count(Fast Stochastics Fast %d(8,3) decreasing last 1 day,1)}


draw call
draw put
draw EMA(8)

]



Filter Exchange · Interesting Filter using Bollinger %B(8,2.0) in novel way
snappyfrog
msg #146189
1/21/2019 9:57:07 AM

How I would use a filter like this for options, IMO. I removed the BB and Stoch from the charts and only rely on the buy (call) and sell (put) for entry along with the EMA(8) or a reversal of the plot bars for exit in either direction. Note: I have not traded this, I just like to see cleaner charts with just the signals.

Fetcher[



symlist(spy)

set{overbought,.78}
set{upperNZ, .56}
set{oversold, .22}

set{OB1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - overbought}
set{OS1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - oversold}
set{NZU1, Bollinger %B(8,2.0) - upperNZ}


set{OB2, OB1 /10}
set{OS2, OS1 / 10}
set{NZU2, NZU1 / 10}


set{OB3, close * OB2}
set{OS3, close * OS2}
set{NZU3, close * NZU2}


set{OB, close - OB3}
set{OS, close - OS3}
set{NZU, close - NZU3}

set{call, count(Bollinger %B(8,2.0) crossed above .23,1) * count(Fast Stochastics Fast %d(8,3) increasing last 1 day,1)}
set{put, count(Bollinger %B(8,2.0) crossed below .67,1) * count(Fast Stochastics Fast %d(8,3) decreasing last 1 day,1)}


draw call
draw put
draw EMA(8)

]



Filter Exchange · Connors TPS
snappyfrog
msg #146188
1/21/2019 9:31:15 AM

davesaint86 - my take away from your last filter:

Fetcher[
apply to symlist(eev,vixy,upro,shy,spxu,tmf,tmv,tna,tza,ziv,vxz,ugld,dgld,uwt,dwt,soxl,soxs,tecl,tecs,udow,sdow,dgaz,ugaz,fxp,dgp,uslv,dslv,tqqq,sqqq)

draw weekly ma(21)

Set{ADR15, ATR(20) * 1.50} /* davesaint86 */
Set{Buy1, high 10 day high - ADR15} /* davesaint86 */

draw BUY1 on plot price /* buy or hold above; sell or wait below */
Set{Long,count(close > buy1 ,1)}
Set{Short,count(close < buy1 ,1)}

draw long on plot

set{RSI7, RSI(7) - 50}
set{RSI4, RSI(4) - 50}
set{LongRSI,count(RSI4 > RSI7 ,1)}
draw LongRSI on plot

]



I only post the long of the buy1 and RSI4 > RSI7 as the absence of a bar tells me it is "short".

Filter Exchange · Connors TPS
snappyfrog
msg #146154
1/19/2019 10:38:09 AM

Dave, thank you.
Cheese, your abbreviated version is great.
Shill, you are right. This works great with playing options on ETFs.

Filter Exchange · Simple filter for long term option trades
snappyfrog
msg #146131
1/18/2019 1:25:11 AM

Schubert05 you can use the Fisher transform 8 being higher or lower than 1 day ago depending if you are playing calls or puts.

Filter Exchange · Simple filter for long term option trades
snappyfrog
msg #146130
1/18/2019 1:22:31 AM

Klynn55 I use this for day trading SPY daily on a 5 min chart. I buy when the %k crosses above the 20 or below the 80 line again using the ema 13 as a sell trigger. I cant provide any reading material, sorry.

Filter Exchange · Simple filter for long term option trades
snappyfrog
msg #146083
1/15/2019 7:11:45 PM

I run this every evening and then look at pre-market starting at 9 am ET to see if they are moving in the right direction. I usually buy options in the first 30 min of the day.

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