stefonk 33 posts msg #101969  Ignore stefonk 
8/3/2011 1:14:48 PM
I need help in writing this correctly,
show stocks where StochRSI(10) crosses over EMA(13)
and also StochRSI(10) should draw on the EMA(13)
market is not otcbb


Cacher 121 posts msg #101970  Ignore Cacher 
8/3/2011 1:35:08 PM

stefonk 33 posts msg #101971  Ignore stefonk 
8/3/2011 1:50:47 PM
Thank you Cacher, but is there a reason why its only producing penny stocks? I wonder why.

TheRumpledOne 6,364 posts msg #101974  Ignore TheRumpledOne 
8/3/2011 3:07:16 PM
Did you want the EMA of the StochRSI or the EMA of the close?

Cacher 121 posts msg #101976  Ignore Cacher 
8/3/2011 3:18:31 PM
I think it is that you are using variables that are not on the same scale .... STOCHRSI(10) (actually defaults to STOCHRSI(10,3)) is always less than 1.... and EMA can be anywhere from 0+ to 400,000+ (extreme but to make the point). Think about what the EMA is .... exponential moving average of the price .... so for the obviously when you are looking for something that that has a value of less then 1 with your moving average .... it will be stocks with a price less than 1.

stefonk 33 posts msg #101977  Ignore stefonk 
8/3/2011 3:54:27 PM
This is one of the leading indicators on freestockcharts where they plot the StochRSI on the moving average. It turns to give an early signal for early entry and early exit. What I was trying to come up with is a filter that can signal the crossover as soon as it occurs. That is the StochRSI crosses over the MA or EMA.

TheRumpledOne 6,364 posts msg #101979  Ignore TheRumpledOne 
8/3/2011 5:33:33 PM
"This is one of the leading indicators"
No such thing.

Cacher 121 posts msg #101981  Ignore Cacher 
8/3/2011 6:24:48 PM
I went to freestockcharts.com to see what you are looking for .... but the site wanted to install an addon.... so I couldn't see what exactly they have. I am always open to new ideas, and happy to help.... can you show me a stock symbol / chart that did this crossover, and what day it happened, I will try and get you an equivalent here.

stefonk 33 posts msg #101986  Ignore stefonk modified 
8/3/2011 7:34:49 PM
I tried to copy the chart but I can't because it uses something called silverlight from Microsoft, but CVLT and PAAS gave the signal yesterday and they were both bullish today.
TRO,
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:technical_indicators:introduction_to_tech

Cacher 121 posts msg #101992  Ignore Cacher modified 
8/3/2011 9:55:22 PM
Here is something to get you started .... and it looks like it returns some promising results. It is not exactly based on EMA of price ... but it is factored in....
So first looking at the definition of Double Stochastic(X,Y)
"A variation of the standard stochastic oscillator, the double
stochastic is computed through a two step process. First,
the standard stochastic oscillator is computed
(see Stochastics). Then, an nday exponential moving average
(EMA) of the stochastic oscillator is fed back into the
stochastic computation. Finally, one more EMA is taken of the
resulting values."
….so given that definition of Double Stochastic... and the second variable relying on an EMA … then how about :
