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snappyfrog
322 posts
msg #154052
Ignore snappyfrog
9/17/2020 8:24:51 PM

I do use it for scalping day trades. At least it helps give me a more likely outcome.

For swing trading, I haven't found it to be much or any better than using moving averages along with Stochastic per se.

I prefer to keep it simple, but just like experimenting.

nibor100
613 posts
msg #154055
Ignore nibor100
9/18/2020 1:35:18 AM

New to me in his FTFC filter is his usage of the Draw command to actually filter results!

I knew we could filter results with the Add Column command....

for example:

Fetcher[
draw RSI(14) > 70
]



versus

Fetcher[
draw RSI(14) 10 days ago > 70
]



Seems like it might cut down the use of SET statements thereby reducing some filters complexities keeping them in the basic subscription domain.

Ed S.

Cheese
955 posts
msg #154056
Ignore Cheese
9/18/2020 10:43:39 AM

Thank you Ed and snappy for the undocumented coding info..

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