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msg #138124
Ignore LewisTherin
9/12/2017 1:14:52 PM


I am a noob here. I was trying to make a filter which tells me when an uptrend has started.

How do I write a trendline break in code here?

Any other ideas would be helpful.


315 posts
msg #138125
Ignore snappyfrog
9/12/2017 1:29:50 PM

Maybe try this one:

416 posts
msg #138137
Ignore dwiggains
9/13/2017 9:36:33 AM

close crossed above ma (20)

ma (5) crossed above ma (50)

many others

3 posts
msg #138141
Ignore LewisTherin
9/13/2017 11:11:28 AM

Hey, thanks for the help.

These filters look good. The problem I am facing while trading and I have just started is most of the stocks I identify as good have already rallied and are nearing their trendline break.

My idea is trying to identify the stocks for which the downtrend just broke. By just broke I mean they have just started rallying.

Any advices would be helpful.

2,513 posts
msg #138142
Ignore Mactheriverrat
9/13/2017 11:43:53 AM

May I suggest use of trend lines. Look at the tops of candles and where you see a change from down to up.

In a lot of case's its a remount of price rise above the EMA(13) or EMA(5)

189 posts
msg #138209
Ignore fortyfour
9/17/2017 1:55:41 PM



draw ma(5)
draw ma(10)
draw ma(20)
draw ma(15)
draw ma(25)
draw ma(30)

set{a0,count(close > ma(5),1)}
set{a1,count(close > ma(10),1)}
set{a2,count(close > ma(20),1)}
set{a3,count(close > ma(15),1)}
set{a4,count(close > ma(30),1)}
set{a5,count(close > ma(25),1)}

set{s1, s0+a2}
set{s2, s1 + a3}
set{s3,s2 + a4}

draw cema(rainbow,5)


You don't have to get all of the new trend and insist on catching the 1st break of a downtrend. Not one on the planet can.
Big money does not think and act like we do. You got "all day" to see and act on trend. Get some of it.

You can reverse the rainbow for shorts. When you see more of one than the other it might be trend.
In general, entries are when rainbow signal starts to rise. Two guys can use this and one may do well
and the other lose. It's all you

189 posts
msg #138234
Ignore fortyfour
9/18/2017 12:21:50 PM

If you have SF advanced you can do simple math to assign weight and do the sum of weights to all these crossovers.
Stratasearch can find some good performance numbers optimizing these crossovers.
I found it better to do "good" fitting for "things" on an individual basis.

What happened to Stratasearch and the issue of Yahoo end of day data?

189 posts
msg #138271
Ignore fortyfour
9/19/2017 3:14:12 PM

Have you seen that Stratasearch V4.5 is available for free download?
I discovered this today and did just that.
(Says limited time so.......)

I have read that the free Yahoo data is no longer available and my simple query ( old method)
Indeed does not work.

Anyone have a method to get eod data from yahoo?
i am thinking to test this trend following filter/method posted above in Stratasearch using Imported Yahoo data.


810 posts
msg #138295
Ignore miketranz
9/20/2017 9:03:51 PM

Fetcher[close above .10
and average volume(30) is above 50000

add column corr(chubk,80,close) is above 0.85
add column corr(chubk,200,close) is above 0.7

sort on column 5 descending

add column industry
add column dividend yield
This is what an uptrend is suppose to look like.Jump on board....

348 posts
msg #138409
Ignore SFMc01
9/27/2017 12:24:58 PM


Respectfully, my question is did you use any type of filter to find "chuba?"

If so would you share it, please?

Steve Mc

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