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General Discussion · Looking for new broker..
msg #41350
2/18/2006 11:14:49 PM


Sorry, the point was I don't use IE. I was wondering if anyone has expierence with NON IE browsers and IB.

-- Yepher

General Discussion · Looking for new broker..
msg #41309
2/18/2006 2:57:06 PM

I want to check out IB but when I tried to go through the demo I get the following error:

"This service currently requires Internet Explorer 6 to operate. Please download and try again. Thank you."

Do you have to use IE to use their systme or is this only a limitation for the demo?

-- Chris

Filter Exchange · Please help improve on this filter
msg #41252
2/16/2006 3:40:23 PM

I think it would be improved if you were to add some line feeds sometimes :)

-- yepher

General Discussion · How do I scan stocks in two different industries ?
msg #41250
2/16/2006 3:16:28 PM


Sorry, the best I can offer is what is posted. Only other thought I have short of SF making a change to the way Industry, Sector, etc are choosen is maybe (and this is a really big maybe) all of the ones you are interested in happen to be in some range. In that case you chould leverage the "between" instead of "equals" syntax.

My $.02
-- Yepher

General Discussion · Cup and handle pattern
msg #41202
2/14/2006 10:42:08 AM

go here:

and type cup in the search box.

-- Yepher

Filter Exchange · Muddy Zone
msg #41190
2/13/2006 11:32:48 PM

These two line are going to yield many un-tradable stocks and just waste your time:

price between .01 and 50
average volume(90) is above 3000

If you are trading a penny stock that is tading only 3000 shares you can barely make commission back.

A trick I like to do is multiply close and volume and than set criteria to make sure I trade less than 10% of the daily $$ amount traded.

Something like this
set{dVolume, close * volume}
dVolume > 1000000

I believe this is superior to the simple form (volume above 1000000).

My $.02
-- Yepher

General Discussion · Reactive to Trend
msg #41185
2/13/2006 9:37:39 PM

I ran this filter through a simulation and here is a brief sample of the results:

General Discussion · How do I scan stocks in two different industries ?
msg #41183
2/13/2006 7:14:03 PM

Here you go TRO try this:

SET{C, A + B}

You can get the list of industry numbers from my page. Although I noticed Coal is missing.. I will fix that.

-- Yepher

Filter Exchange · Looking for a "stocks in consolidation"
msg #41180
2/13/2006 6:52:28 PM

Try this:

set{dVolume, close * volume}
and bollinger(20) width at 6 month low
and lrs(30) above 0
and dVolume above 1000000
and close above 1

General Discussion · Reactive to Trend
msg #41178
2/13/2006 4:25:01 PM

This should get you close:

/* 1) 30 day SMA in upward trend (at least 20 days)
NOTE: Some may choose to use DMA here...
set{prevMA30, ma(30) one day ago}
count(ma(30) above prevMA30, 30) above 19

/* 2) Williams %R crosses below -90
and then crosses back above) */
AND Williams %R(14) crossed below -90 within the last 20 days
AND Williams %R(14) above -90 from below

/* 3) Price close above 7 day SMA */
AND close above ma(7)

/* 4) Volume is increasing */
AND volume(30) above volume(30) 1 day ago

/* Artistic License :) */
set{dVolume, close * volume}
AND dVolume above 1000000
AND close above 1

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