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snappyfrog
521 posts
msg #154943
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12/14/2020 6:08:36 AM

Nibor100,

I noticed results gave red candles on the charts. I like open above close, but no gap.
So, most of these would not be playable for me.

Good eye.

graftonian
1,089 posts
msg #154944
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12/14/2020 9:42:53 AM

@Ed S.
As usual, you are right again. Catching me being lazy. I suppose the correct code would be:

set{var1, close 1 day ago * 1.10}
close < var1

Mactheriverrat
2,942 posts
msg #154948
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12/14/2020 11:43:00 AM

Update from page two from 12/13/20
AMWL = Resistance Breakout!


nibor100
937 posts
msg #154949
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12/14/2020 11:45:25 AM

@Duane,

When I add your replacement code to "Avoid Gap Up" to your first filter in this thread, today's results return many stocks that have actually Gapped up since Friday's close.

So are you just looking to eliminate opening upward Gaps greater than 10% or closing upward Gaps greater than 10% or all sizes and kinds of upward Gaps.

Just curious,
Ed S.

Mactheriverrat
2,942 posts
msg #154963
Ignore Mactheriverrat
modified
12/15/2020 10:57:34 PM

One thing to remember with Guppy is with every pullback on a strong trend and it starts going back up is a good chance to get into that uptrend.

/* e33 is number of consecutive days ema(3) above (+)/below(-) previous eMA(3) one day ago */
set{e33b,days( ema(3) is above eMA(3) one day ago ,250)}
set{e33a,days( ema(3) is below eMA(3) one day ago ,250)}
set{e33, e33a - e33b} and add column e33 {e33}

Set{cnte33,count( ema(3) > ema(3) one day ago ,1)}
draw cnte33

Set{cnte33b,count( ema(3) < ema(3) one day ago ,1)}

draw cnte33b

/* e55 is number of consecutive days ema(5) above (+)/below(-) previous eMA(5) one day ago */
set{e55b,days( ema(5) is above eMA(5) one day ago ,250)}
set{e55a,days( ema(5) is below eMA(5) one day ago ,250)}
set{e55, e55a - e55b} and add column e55 {e55}

Set{cnte55,count( ema(5) > ema(5) one day ago ,1)}
draw cnte55

Set{cnte55b,count( ema(5) < ema(5) one day ago ,1)}

draw cnte55b




Like I said before . Every trader anywhere and everywhere see's the same price action.

Cheese
1,374 posts
msg #154965
Ignore Cheese
modified
12/15/2020 11:25:25 PM

Thank you, John(Mac).

What I like about your chart is the relationship between RSI 14 cross and the cross of the 2
Guppy groups.

I remember someone wrote about a certain RSI level crosses and moving average crosses.
But I could not locate that post anymore.

Below is my attempt to find relationships between various RSI and Guppys
It seems like the best may be
rsi(14) crossing above and below 50 tends to coincide
with Guppy Traders group crossing above and below Guppy Investors group

Cheese
1,374 posts
msg #154968
Ignore Cheese
modified
12/16/2020 10:59:41 AM

/* https://www.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=post&fid=1002&tid=154904 */
/* This is my attempt to find relationships between various rsi and guppys */
/* It seems like rsi(14) crossing above and below 50 often coincides
with Guppy Traders crossing above and below Guppy Investors group */

Fetcher[

SYMLIST(SPY,QQQ,XLE)
chart-time 8 months

set{cloz, close}

and draw ema(5) on plot cloz
and draw ema(8) on plot cloz
and draw ema(10) on plot cloz
and draw ema(12) on plot cloz
and draw ema(15) on plot cloz

and draw ema(30) on plot cloz
and draw ema(35) on plot cloz
and draw ema(40) on plot cloz
and draw ema(45) on plot cloz
and draw ema(50) on plot cloz
and draw ema(60) on plot cloz

draw rsi(14) line at 70
draw rsi(14) line at 30
draw rsi(14) line at 50

draw rsi(6) on plot rsi(5)
draw rsi(7) on plot rsi(5)

draw rsi(5) line at 70
draw rsi(5) line at 30
draw rsi(5) line at 50

draw rsi(6) line at 70
draw rsi(6) line at 30
draw rsi(6) line at 50

draw rsi(7) line at 70
draw rsi(7) line at 30
draw rsi(7) line at 50

draw rsi(2) line at 90
draw rsi(2) line at 10
draw rsi(2) line at 50
]




Cheese
1,374 posts
msg #155058
Ignore Cheese
12/22/2020 1:49:50 PM

Hello everyone,

Money management and Risk management are some of the things that are continuous learning for me.

I'm getting better but there still gaps of knowledge and gaps in competencies somewhere, and there
are things to learn and re-learn somewhere.

I don't know where to post my questions, so I'll post them here since there is a good selection of good members in this thread.

I don't know options, so I am looking for practical, actionable answers pertaining to stocks.

1. How do YOU decide on how many shares YOU invest / trade/ buy / sell / hold for each investing / trading decision?

2. Do you use any mind game, trick, rule, technique or favorite simple T A to keep yourself stay disciplined and true to your Money management and Risk management plans ?

Yes, I know, very basic stuff. But it may help people still on the investing and trading learning curve.

MANY THANKS IN ADVANCE.

VirginTrader
73 posts
msg #155059
Ignore VirginTrader
12/22/2020 2:55:15 PM

Hi Cheese,

I go by this script MOST of the time (I notice that I pay the price when I get lazy in putting my stop orders in and updating them over time like OSTK).

You can change "1000" to whatever $$ amount you want to risk.

For a $50K account, you can set it to $500 representing 1% of your stash.

For my margin account, I will sometimes replace the shares with option contracts (if it calls for 155 shares, I will do 2 contracts or 1 to start and scale up). I will let my winners run or take half when it hits the target like AAPL (posted Dec 1st $122 and now $130ish when target was $128. Hit that yesterday and closed my Dec 24th calls).

Fetcher[
/* Van Tharp; 1000 is the amount you are willing to lose */
add column separator
set{atrx2, atr(20) * 2}

SET{STB, 1000/atrx2}
set{SIZE, close * STB}
set{STP, close - ATRx2}
set{TGT, close + ATRx2}

add column STB {shares}
add column stp {stop}
add column SIZE{size}
add column TGT{target}

draw price line at stp
do not draw stp

draw price line at TGT
do not draw TGT
]



Hope that helps you a bit. Like anything else...to each their own that fits their personality. I think I got this script from Kevin.

Cheese
1,374 posts
msg #155060
Ignore Cheese
12/22/2020 3:07:43 PM

Thank you, VirginTrader.

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