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tomm1111
202 posts
msg #143351
Ignore tomm1111
4/26/2018 1:58:12 AM

Here is a random market profile filter from my collection...it's been a few years so interpretation is open

Fetcher[
symlist(spy,qid,qld,uup,gld)

/*draw fibonacci up(165,10) */
/*draw fibonacci down(165,10)*/
/*draw bollinger bands(20,2)*/
add column separator
add column r2
add column r1
add column pp
add column s1
add column s2
add column separator


/* SPY Bollinger %B(20,2) */
set{spybb,bollinger %b(20,2)}
set{bbvMA10,CMA(spybb,10)}
set{bbvSD,cstddev(spybb,10)}
set{bbvSD10,1.5 * bbvSD}
set{bbvBOLU,bbvMA10 + bbvSD10}
set{bbvBOLD,bbvMA10 - bbvSD10}

draw spybb
draw bbvbold on plot spybb
draw bbvbolu on plot spybb
draw bbvma10 on plot spybb


/* Weekly Williams %R */
set{abc1, Day Position(1,5) - close}
set{abc2, Day Position(1,5) - Day Position(0,5)}
set{q5, abc1 / abc2}
set{weekly_billy,q5 * -100}

set{mabc1, Day Position(1,20) - close}
set{mabc2, Day Position(1,20) - Day Position(0,20)}
set{mq5, mabc1 / mabc2}
set{monthly_billy,mq5 * -100}


draw weekly_billy
draw monthly_billy on plot weekly_billy
draw williams %r(2) on plot weekly_billy

/* OBV */
set{p_obv,obv}
set{obvvMA10,CMA(p_obv,10)}
set{obvvSD,cstddev(p_obv,10)}
set{obvvSD10,1.5 * obvvSD}
set{obvvBOLU,obvvMA10 + obvvSD10}
set{obvvBOLD,obvvMA10 - obvvSD10}

draw p_obv
draw obvvbold on plot p_obv
draw obvvbolu on plot p_obv
draw obvvma10 on plot p_obv

/* ETF Opposites rsi(2) */
set{qid,ind(qid,rsi(2))}
set{qld,ind(qld,rsi(2))}

draw qid
draw qld on plot qid
]



johnpaulca
12,036 posts
msg #143354
Ignore johnpaulca
4/26/2018 11:08:51 AM

good job with this filter Tom.

"Billy"...lol....this will confuse the newbies on SF

mslattery@dc.rr.com
91 posts
msg #143402
Ignore mslattery@dc.rr.com
4/30/2018 8:20:31 PM

Hi, tomm1111:

I found a filter coded by you that has some general similarities to my ultimate goal.

I am attempting to a run a filter against:

and herein lies my problem:

a list of stocks ranked by the strongest stocks within the industry within the strongest sector.

I have the SF code for determining which sector is the strongest by using EFT's to substitute for each segment.

Would you be willing to take a look at this? Glad to provide you with a few months of membership to my stock indicators on Tradingview.

Please email me at: StockDotGenie@dc.rr.com

Thanks, Michael

tomm1111
202 posts
msg #144470
Ignore tomm1111
modified
8/21/2018 11:54:27 PM

Sorry Michael. I've been away. I can review what you have.

tomm1111
202 posts
msg #144473
Ignore tomm1111
modified
8/22/2018 10:14:45 AM

johnpaulca,

Yes. "billy" is a blast from the past! As am I, its been a while since i've posted here. I hope all is well with you.

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