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General Discussion · Should be so simple
xarlor
msg #148955
8/19/2019 11:33:13 PM

Something simple to get you started

Fetcher[
ma(4) 5 days ago crossed above ma(9) 5 days ago
close > ma(4) for the last 4 days
]



General Discussion · Stan Weinstein's Secrets For Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets
xarlor
msg #148854
8/9/2019 6:29:59 PM

If you use wma(150) on daily chart, you have to use wma(30) on weekly chart (not ma(30)). Weinstein uses weighted moving average, which is wma.

Below are the daily and weekly charts of SPY. Notice the wma lines are identical and cross the candles at the same price points on both charts.

Daily SPY with wma(150):


Weekly SPY with wma(30)


General Discussion · RSI Shading
xarlor
msg #148797
8/5/2019 6:58:43 PM

It's just the width is too narrow for a fill-in when using the default size charts. If you click the chart to view it in its own window, you will see those sections that were previously not shaded in are now shaded in.

General Discussion · Need Help Creating Filter Based on These Parameters
xarlor
msg #148795
8/5/2019 5:54:09 PM

As I understood request, this is what I came up with. Let me know if I misunderstood something, as I tend to infer things incorrectly.

Fetcher[
Beta > 0.75
add column beta

volume > 100000

set{market_cap, shares outstanding * close}
market_cap > 2000
add column market_cap

draw Upper Bollinger Band(20,2)
draw Lower Bollinger Band(20,2)
Bollinger Width(20,2.0) < .04
add column Bollinger Width(20,2.0)

set{1YH,high 1 year high}
set{var1,close / 1YH}
set{1YH2close,1 - var1}
1YH2close < .10
add column 1YH2close
draw high 1 year high

set{var2,MA(8) / EMA(8)}
set{var3,1 - var2}
var3 > 0.001
add column var3

set{var4,EMA(34) / MA(34)}
set{var5,1 - var4}
var5 > 0.001
add column var5

do not draw market_cap
do not draw Bollinger Width(20,2.0)
do not draw 1yh2close
do not draw var3
do not draw var5
]



Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Strategy Picks
xarlor
msg #148783
modified
8/4/2019 8:36:52 PM

graft, it looks like a good opportunity to buy a Stage 2 on the pullback. The only ingredient missing is that the transportation sector is below the market average and on a general downtrend since January. Still, this past month, Transportation is making a strong rally toward clearing above the market average.

All that said I'm going to watch KNX for either a bounce or it breaking its weekly wma 30 before buying.


Fetcher[
chart-time is 1 year
symlist(xtn,knx)
add column sector
draw wma(150)

draw Relative Strength(^SPX,150)
draw 30-day slope of Relative Strength(^SPX,150)
]



Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Strategy Picks
xarlor
msg #148749
8/1/2019 12:55:58 PM

With fed rate cuts, the financial sector historically outperforms.

JPM is very close to reaching its all-time high. Every time it breaks its 30-year high JPM makes a huge move up before setting a new all-time high resistance. In the near-term, looking for a breakout above the ascending triangle.



BAC is a sympathy play on the financial sector fed rate cut.



General Discussion · The coming storm....
xarlor
msg #148700
7/26/2019 1:38:24 PM

https://www.gobankingrates.com/saving-money/savings-advice/58-of-americans-have-less-than-1000-in-savings/

"Methodology: This GOBankingRates survey asked 5,002 adults the following six questions: 1) How much money do you have saved in your savings account? 2) What are you primarily saving for? 3) What obstacle(s) are keeping you from saving more money each month? 4) Of the following, which (or who) has proven most helpful for managing your savings? 5) How often do you deposit money in your savings? 6) What would you do or sacrifice if it meant achieving your savings goals? For question No. 2, respondents could choose more than one response.

Responses were collected through a Survata survey from Aug. 27, 2018, to Sept. 4, 2018, and are representative of the U.S. online population."


Generational breakdown from 2017 survey:

https://www.gobankingrates.com/saving-money/savings-advice/half-americans-less-savings-2017/?utm_campaign=821369&utm_source=yahoo.com&utm_content=1


Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Strategy Picks
xarlor
msg #148689
7/25/2019 2:29:17 PM

Interesting setup forming on CSCO. On watch as we near earnings.



Filter Exchange · My Version of Steve Primo Strategy 8 Filter (Long Only)
xarlor
msg #148593
7/19/2019 1:37:37 PM

Just the facts, ma'am.
(Removed columns. Only show c-rsi > 65).

Fetcher[

/* davesaint86 version of Steve Primo Strategy 8 Filter (Long Only) */

show stocks where rsi(5) crossed above the 50 line and price is above 10 and Average Volume(30) is above 1,000000

price above ema(15)
price above ma(50)
ema(15) above ma(50)
draw rsi(5)
draw rsi(5) line at 50
draw rsi(5) line at 40
draw rsi(5) line at 50
draw rsi(5) line at 20
draw rsi(5) line at 80

draw ma(50)
draw ema(15)

set{E10, price above ma(15)}
set{D10Longposition, count(E10 > 0,1)}
set{D10Shortposition, count(E10 < 0,1)}
SET{D10TRIGGER,0}

set{E27, price above ma(50)}
set{D20Longposition, count(E27 > 0,1)}
set{D20Shortposition, count(E27 < 0,1)}
SET{D20TRIGGER,0}


set{E31, price above Upper Bollinger Bands(18,2)}
set{ABLongposition, count(E31 > 0,1)}
set{ABShortposition, count(E31 < 0,1)}
SET{ABSTRIGGER,0}

set{E35, price below Lower Bollinger Bands(18,2)}
set{BBLongposition, count(E35 > 0,1)}
set{BBShortposition, count(E35 < 0,1)}
SET{BBSTRIGGER,0}


set{CRS1, rsi(5),1)}
set{CRS2, rsi(13),1)}
set{CRS3, rsi(21),1)}
set{CCRS1, CRS1 + CRS2}
set{CCRS2, CCRS1 + CRS3}
set{CCRS3, CCRS2 /3}

set{CRS4, weekly rsi(5),1)}
set{CRS5, weekly rsi(13),1)}
set{CRS6, weekly rsi(321),1)}

set{WCRS1, CRS4 + CRS5}
set{WCRS2, WCRS1 + CRS6}
set{WCRS3, WCRS2 /3}
set{CWRSI1, CCRS3 + WCRS3}
set{C-RSI, CWRSI1 /2}
set{RSI21, RSI(21) - 50}
set{CRSI_Bar, RSI21}
PlotType{CRSI_Bar,zerobar}

set{RSI13, RSI(13) - 50}
set{RSI13_line, RSI13}
draw RSI13 on plot CRSI_Bar

set{RSI5, RSI(5) - 50}
set{RSI5_line, RSI5}
draw RSI5 on plot CRSI_Bar

set{drsilong1, count(rsi(21) above 5, 1)}
set{drsilong2, count(rsi(13) above rsi(21), 1)}
set{drsilong3, count(rsi(5) above rsi(21), 1)}
set{drsilong4, drsilong1 + drsilong2}
set{drsilong5, drsilong4 + drsilong3}
set{drsilong, count(drsilong5 equals 3, 1)}
set{drsishort, count(drsilong5 less than 3, 1)}
SET{DRSITRIGGER,0}


set{wrsi1, weekly rsi(5)}
set{wrsi2, weekly rsi(21)}
set{wrsi3, count(wrsi1 > wrsi2,1)}
set{wrsilong, count(wrsi3 equals 1, 1)}
set{wrsishort, count(wrsi3 less than 1, 1)}


set{CRS21, ROC(21,1)}
set{CRS63, ROC(63,1)}
set{CRS126, ROC(126,1)}
set{CR1, CRS21 + CRS63}
set{C-RS, CR1 + CRS126}

Set{W21, CRS21 * .33}
Set{W63, CRS63 * .33}
Set{W126, CRS126 * .34}
set{rw1, w21 + w63}
set{rw-c, rw1 + w126}


set{wsto, weekly Slow Stochastics(14,3)}
set{dsto, Slow Stochastics(14,3)}
set{wdsto, wsto + dsto}
set{CSTO, wdsto / 2}
set{TWRSI5, weekly RSI(5)}
set{TWRSI13, weekly RSI(13)}
set{TWRSI21, weekly RSI(21)}
set{TWRSI1, TWRSI5 + TWRSI13}
set{TWRSI2, TWRSI1 + TWRSI21}
set{A-WRSI, TWRSI2 / 3}
set{TDRSI57, RSI(5)}
set{TDRSI13, RSI(13)}
set{TDRSI30, RSI(21)}
set{TDRSI1, TDRSI5 + TDRSI13}
set{TDRSI2, TDRSI1 + TDRSI21}
set{A-DRSI, TDRSI2 / 3}



set{LongRSI21Trend,count(RSI(21) > 50 ,1)}

set{LongRSI,count(RSI5 > RSI13 ,1)}


set{LongRSI5,count(RSI5 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi5 on plot
set{LongRSI13,count(RSI13 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi13 on plot
set{LongRSI21,count(RSI21 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi21 on plot
DRAW FIBONACCI UP(65)
DRAW FIBONACCI DOWN(65)

add column c-rsi

SORT COLUMN 5 desCENDING
CHART-TIME IS 120 days
c-rsi > 65
]



Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Strategy Picks
xarlor
msg #148558
modified
7/17/2019 1:22:23 PM

@graft Personally, I stay away from anything new to the market. History on this only goes back to 10/25/18. Not enough data for me to form an opinion which way the thing is going to go.

P.S. - The Oracle of Omaha backs it, fwiw.

Fetcher[
chart-time is 3 years
symlist(STNE)
add column sector
draw wma(150)

draw Relative Strength(^SPX,150)
draw 180-day slope of Relative Strength(^SPX,150)
]



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