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graftonian
1,089 posts
msg #158619
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2/19/2022 11:24:17 AM

What are some of the "go to" filters for you old timers?

Mactheriverrat
2,942 posts
msg #158620
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2/19/2022 12:56:00 PM

Welcome back graftonian.

Mine is a simple 9 day moving average and RSI 14 for watching when it gets over 70 line for narrow stop lose. Markets are in the toilet so there's a bigger tendency when price starts falling that selling pressure really kicks in more.

Maybe when this Ukraine / Russia crap gets over with that markets will get back to normal.

as for me.
Retired of the river in September of 2021. Missing some of the people but not the cold winter's.

Mactheriverrat.
(John)

nibor100
937 posts
msg #158621
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2/19/2022 4:50:29 PM

Does that really seem like a question the old Graftonian would ask?

I'm wondering if a new member has accidentally taken the same name.

Ed S.

graftonian
1,089 posts
msg #158622
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2/19/2022 5:55:52 PM

Mac and Ed,
No spammer, I'm back, kinda. Getting old really sucks. I'm on supplemental oxygen and it is really helping..
In fact, I haven't felt this good in years ; just slow.

Duane

graftonian
1,089 posts
msg #158623
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2/19/2022 5:59:02 PM

John, where can I find a copy of your latest filter, if you don't mind.?
Duane

nibor100
937 posts
msg #158624
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2/19/2022 7:06:32 PM

Just a reminder to everyone, if you click on the blue name of a poster in any forum on SF, you can see all of his recent posts in order of most recent being first.

Makes it easy to find their most recent filters and comments etc..

Ed S.

nibor100
937 posts
msg #158625
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2/19/2022 7:17:49 PM

@graftonian,

Snappyfrog, Xarlor and Davesaint86, have recently posted some interesting filters and Davesaint86 posted a couple of video links explaining some of the related strategies.

Myself, I'm going to sit in cash for a while

Ed S.

dangreene
229 posts
msg #158626
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2/19/2022 9:29:36 PM

Duane,

Glad you are back. Don't let COPD get you down.

Go to COPD.net and subscribe to their FREE newsletter. A lot of good information and tips to help deal with this condition.

Dan

Mactheriverrat
2,942 posts
msg #158627
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2/19/2022 9:45:20 PM

@ graftonian
Hope you get to feeling better.

A plain and simple 9 day moving average filter.

Submit
Fetcher[
/* At the onset of ma(9) is above ma(9) one day ago. Draw some resistance lines and watch for breakouts. Rsi 14 is for riding the uptrend of the ma(9) when Rsi 14 over the 70 line there's a bigger chance of a pullback. */

show stocks where ma(9) is above ma(9) one day ago
market is not otcbb
market is not etf

price below 100
Average Volume(30) is above 300000

chart-time is 4 months

add column Average Day Range(30)
/* m9 is number of consecutive days ma(9) above (+)/below(-) previous MA(9) */
set{M9b,days( ma(9) is above ma(9) one day ago ,250)}
set{M9a,days( ma(9) is below ma(9) one day ago,250)}
set{m9, M9a - M9b} and add column m9 {m9}

Set{cntma9abovema9,count( MA(9) > MA(9) one day ago,1)}
draw cntma9abovema9

Set{cntma9abovema9b,count( MA(9)< MA(9) one day ago,1)}
draw cntma9abovema9b
add column separator
add column separator

Draw RSI(14) line at 70.00
Draw RSI(14) line at 50.00

]



@Ed

Yes, Snappyfrog, Xarlor and Davesaint86, have recently posted some interesting filters and Davesaint86 posted a couple of video links explaining some of the related strategies.

But I'm like this when the 3 or 4 major averages are bearish one should pair way back of trying to find bullish trades. If one does find bullish trades one should hold them tight and the way the markets are volatile with silly Ukraine / Russia was thing going on.

One this is for sure . It doesn't mater how many indicators, oscillators and moving averages one has. We all see the same price action.

nibor100
937 posts
msg #158628
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2/20/2022 1:43:32 PM

@Duane,

Actually, the interesting filter from Xarlor, I was referring to was the one he posted recently in the Pattern Watching thread under Stock Picks and Trading which he called a Doomsday filter and it had indicated to "Stay out of the market" on the day he posted.

Thanks,
Ed S.

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