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Announcements · New Feature: Custom Moving Averages
yepher
msg #32001
5/7/2004 11:52:50 AM

Can you add a third optional parameter to CMA so you can offset it in time just like DMA?


General Discussion · Is anyone making overall gains using stockfetcher??
yepher
msg #31992
5/6/2004 6:19:59 PM

frankis,

Do these stock match what you are looking for?

NQL
TI




General Discussion · Is anyone making overall gains using stockfetcher??
yepher
msg #31991
5/6/2004 5:54:33 PM

frankis,

Here is a filter that catches PLRE

Fetcher[
volume gained more than 900 percent over the last 1 day
AND volume is above 100000
AND price gained less than 1 percent over the last 1 day
AND high gained less than 1 percent over the last 1 day
]



date offset 54 (today 04/06/04:)


General Discussion · How does increasing work?
yepher
msg #31990
5/6/2004 4:53:36 PM

Yes, I believe "increase" is a strict rule.

If you want something that is not so strict you might try CMA and slope or something along those lines. If you search for CMA you will finds lots of good examples.

I am sure there are several other ways to attack the problem.


Filter Exchange · I need a good charting and data site..
yepher
msg #31974
5/4/2004 12:51:38 PM

I don't know any sites better than the ones you have mentioned already. For charting I typically only use Meta Stock from Equis/Reuters.

I am not sure how good or bad it would be for charting stocks less than $1.00 but I expect it would be fine as long as the data is available from Yahoo or Reuters.




General Discussion ·  Backtest symbantics
yepher
msg #31964
5/3/2004 1:17:04 PM

dangreene,

Thanks that is exactly the information I was looking for.

tommybills,

Thanks for the advice.


All,

It seems to me that it would be more proper for the Back Test and Performance Column to use open of next day and provide a way to add slippage into the test.

This would allow you to run more accurate simulations based on the way StockFetcher and the traders works together since buy/sell signals can only be achieved End-Of-Day through StockFetcher.








General Discussion ·  Backtest symbantics
yepher
msg #31942
4/30/2004 4:56:26 PM

Does the back test buy on the day that the filter triggers or the next day?




Filter Exchange · Bollinger Percent B
yepher
msg #31916
4/28/2004 6:49:11 PM

darn still messed it up (I wish I could edit the original post). Having Copy & Paste problems :(

Fetcher[
set{sumRange, high + low}
set{sumRange2, sumRange + close}
set{typicalPrice, sumRange2 / 3}

set{b1, typicalPrice - lower bollinger(20)}
set{b2, upper bollinger(20) - lower bollinger(20)}
set{prctB, b1 / b2}

prctB is above 0.8
AND MFI(10) is above 80

AND add column trueVal
AND add column MFI(10)
AND add column prctB
AND draw prctB
]





Filter Exchange · Bollinger Percent B
yepher
msg #31915
4/28/2004 6:13:15 PM

Ooops! the astute reader will have noticed I messed up the %B calculation. Here is the correct form (I hope :)

Fetcher[
set{sumRange, high + low}
set{sumRange2, sumRange + close}
set{typicalPrice, sumRange2 / 3}
set{b1, typicalPrice - lower bollinger(20) }
set{b2, upper bollinger(20) - lower bollinger(20)}
set{prctB, b1 / b2} prctB is above 0.8
AND MFI(10) is above 80
AND add column trueVal
]




Although the previous filter does yeild some interesting short prospects.




Filter Exchange · Bollinger Percent B
yepher
msg #31914
4/28/2004 5:20:30 PM

Here is a variation of %B that is recommended as a buy signal by Bollinger. I must admit it does yeild some very interesting results on the little bit of back testing I have done.

Fetcher[
set{sumRange, high + low}
set{sumRange2, sumRange + close}
set{typicalPrice, sumRange2 / 3}

set{b1, typicalPrice - upper bollinger(20)}
set{b2, upper bollinger(20) - lower bollinger(20)}
set{prctB, b1 / b2}

prctB is above 0.8
AND MFI(10) is above 80

AND add column trueVal
AND add column MFI(10)
AND add column prctB
AND draw prctB
]



Here is more information for Bollinger method II: http://www.bollingeronbollingerbands.com/methods/?method=2

Intro from web page:
Our second Bollinger Band demonstration method relies upon the idea that strong price action accompanied by strong indicator action is a good thing. It is a confirmation approach that waits for these two conditions to be met before giving an entry signal. Of course, the opposite, weakness confirmed by weak indicators, generates a sell signal.




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