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snappyfrog
301 posts
msg #154036
Ignore snappyfrog
modified
9/15/2020 7:08:24 PM

I searched but didn't find anything on this subject. I am using this to scalp on day trading using the 5 min - 60 min on ToS.

This is very rudimentary at this point and I am using the weekly as the signal so as not to enter the trade to soon. I included the symlist so you can see near the in early July and late August how it comes into weekly, then monthly and then quarterly continuity.

Any ideas or additions would be greatl appreciated.

Fetcher[
/*full time frame continuity*/
/*market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price > 5
volume > 1000000*/
apply to symlist(ko)
set{var1, count (close > close 1 day ago, 1)}
draw var1 > .99
set{var2, count (close > close 5 days ago, 1)}
draw var2 > .99
and var2 1 day ago < .99

set{var3, count (close > close 22 days ago, 1)}
draw var3 > .99
set{var4, count (close > close 65 days ago, 1)}
draw var4 > .99
draw pvi 10 day low on plot pvi
draw rsi(7) on plot rsi(21)
draw full stochastic (40,40,4)
]



Cheese
895 posts
msg #154037
Ignore Cheese
9/15/2020 8:39:37 PM

snappy,

Try searching for

multiple timeframe
multiple time frame
multi timeframe
multi time frame

There should be plenty of trading and charting literature written about those topics.

Have fun and good luck


Cheese
895 posts
msg #154038
Ignore Cheese
9/16/2020 1:22:42 AM

Would these help you?

https://scan.stockcharts.com/discussion/1809/timeframe-continuity-scan-help

https://www.reddit.com/r/UncleRyanAZ/comments/hn40ja/free_time_frame_continuity_setup_and_thinkorswim/

snappyfrog
301 posts
msg #154039
Ignore snappyfrog
9/16/2020 12:29:53 PM

Yes, thanks Cheese

Cheese
895 posts
msg #154042
Ignore Cheese
9/16/2020 7:31:31 PM

snappy,

I've spent some time on your FTFC filter above, but could not see the advantage over mMAs or Guppys.

How should we use it?

Thanks

nibor100
579 posts
msg #154043
Ignore nibor100
9/16/2020 8:12:01 PM

@Cheese,

1. I'm curious how you are determining "advantage" of a filter related to Guppy's/multiple Mavgs?

Do you have a Guppy filter that you are using that specifically filters out candidate stocks for trading based on some Guppy moving average recent activity such as crossovers or spacing, or compression etc.? if so please post the filter so we can compare "advantage" for ourselves.

2. I think he is day trading stocks returned by his FTFC filter for quick scalps primarily based on his var2/weekly criteria being false yesterday and true today while all other filter variables are true today.

Thank,
Ed S.



Cheese
895 posts
msg #154044
Ignore Cheese
9/16/2020 9:01:35 PM

Thanks for explanation, Ed.
snappyfrog said his filter is rudimentary, and I'm about to disppoint you with my rudimentary comparison.

I ran snappyfrog's filter against SP500 and got 3 picks IVZ,VAR,YUM end of day Sep 16, 2020.
I then used movring averages for var1,var2,var3,var4 instead of FTFC conditions
and I couldn't get clearer picture with FTFC.

So, it's my limitations and an honest quest for a better approach, not a criticism by any means.

Fetcher[
/*full time frame continuity*/
/*market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price > 5
volume > 1000000*/
/*apply to symlist(ko)*/
SP500

set{var1, count (close > close 1 day ago, 1)}
draw var1 > .99
set{var2, count (close > close 5 days ago, 1)}
draw var2 > .99
and var2 1 day ago < .99

set{var3, count (close > close 22 days ago, 1)}
draw var3 > .99
set{var4, count (close > close 65 days ago, 1)}
draw var4 > .99
]



Fetcher[
SYMLIST(IVZ,VAR,YUM) /* picks from FTFC filter 2020 09 16 end of day*/

set{var1, count (close > close 1 day ago, 1)}
draw var1
set{var2, count (close > ema(5), 1)}
draw var2
and var2 1 day ago
set{var3, count (close > ema(22), 1)}
draw var3
set{var4, count (close > ema(65), 1)}
draw var4
]





Cheese
895 posts
msg #154045
Ignore Cheese
9/17/2020 10:13:34 AM

@snappyfrog @nibor100
Thanks for the FTFC ideas
You may be interested in some of the user-programmed indicators on tradingviews
showing multiple timeframe levels on the same charts. Pretty clear and clever.
Just search for multi.


nibor100
579 posts
msg #154047
Ignore nibor100
9/17/2020 11:46:22 AM

@Cheese,

Thanks for the explanation, and I wasn't disapointed as I found your approach interesting.

Below are a couple of tweaks, mostly the standard Guppy's, to both, his FTFC filter and your comparing filter:

Thanks,
Ed S.

Fetcher[
/*full time frame continuity*/
/*market is not otcbb
market is not etf
price > 5
volume > 1000000*/
/*apply to symlist(ko)*/
SP500

set{var1, count (close > close 1 day ago, 1)}
draw var1 > .99
set{var2, count (close > close 5 days ago, 1)}
draw var2 > .99
and var2 1 day ago < .99

set{var3, count (close > close 22 days ago, 1)}
draw var3 > .99
set{var4, count (close > close 65 days ago, 1)}
draw var4 > .99

/*TRADER GROUP*/
draw EMA(3)
draw EMA(5)
draw EMA(8)
draw EMA(10)
draw EMA(12)
draw EMA(15)

/*INVESTOR GROUP*/
draw EMA(60)
draw EMA(50)
draw EMA(45)
draw EMA(40)
draw EMA(35)
draw EMA(30)
]



Fetcher[
/*SYMLIST(IVZ,VAR,YUM)*/ /* picks from FTFC filter 2020 09 16 end of day*/
sp500

set{var1, count (close > close 1 day ago, 1)}
draw var1 > .99
set{var2, count (close > ema(5), 1)}
draw var2 > .99
and var2 1 day ago < .99
set{var3, count (close > ema(22), 1)} draw ema(22)
draw var3 > .99
set{var4, count (close > ema(65), 1)} draw ema(65)
draw var4 > .99

/*TRADER GROUP*/
draw EMA(3)
draw EMA(5)
draw EMA(8)
draw EMA(10)
draw EMA(12)
draw EMA(15)

/*INVESTOR GROUP*/
draw EMA(60)
draw EMA(50)
draw EMA(45)
draw EMA(40)
draw EMA(35)
draw EMA(30)
]



Cheese
895 posts
msg #154051
Ignore Cheese
9/17/2020 4:29:01 PM

Thank you very much, Ed.
Adding Guppys highlights the trends.

So, it seems like I could use snappyfrog's FTFC to pick,
and your Guppy for decision support with underlying trends.

I also like those small chart panels in snappyfrog's FTFC filter.

Thank you both.



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