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Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
AntNet
msg #26354
5/1/2003 9:23:47 PM

I've been following the BB system posts and am trying to pull together the rules and exceptions. Is this the correct initial filter?

Fetcher [SHOW STOCKS WHERE CLOSE HAS BEEN DECREASING OVER THE LAST 3 DAYS
AND AVERAGE VOLUME(90)IS ABOVE 100,000
AND CLOSE PRICE IS BETWEEN 1 AND 10
AND PRICE TOUCHED LOWER BOLLINGER BAND(20)]

Results as of mkt close Thursday May 1, 2003

Symbol Last %Chg Vol
ROXI 4.84 -7.28 310050
PCS 3.47 -0.86 7666700
DTHK 2.26 -7.76 218900
BNBN 1.43 -10.01 554094
IONA 1.35 -0.74 158150

I'll take it in steps so I don't get to far off track.

Tks Bert.


General Discussion · StockFetcher PRO ???
AntNet
msg #26261
4/18/2003 1:19:21 AM

Is anyone using StockFetcher PRO? Does it have any advantage over using the online version?


General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
AntNet
msg #26243
4/15/2003 8:35:00 PM

Hi StockFetcher staff,

Can another Indicator, Function or Statement be imbedded "Within" an Indicator?

Something like this:

Fetcher[show stocks where EMA(30) crossed above WMA(High,90)]



In this example I'm trying to use the Weighted Moving Average of the "HIGHS" over the last 90 days, and "high" represents any possible Fetcher recognized Indicator, Function or Statement.

I guess you could call it a "Compound Indicator" ???

I could see a lot of benefit to allowing Compound Indicators!

Thanks,
Bert.




General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
AntNet
msg #26242
4/15/2003 8:03:28 PM

Shouldn't these work?

Fetcher[show stocks where the close is between 50 and 75
and draw price line at Low minus 2%
and draw price line at High plus 2%
]



or

Fetcher[show stocks where EMA(50) crossed above WMA(100)
and draw price line at Lowest Low within 30 days
and draw price line at Highest High within 45 days
]



Thanks,
Bert



General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
AntNet
msg #26234
4/15/2003 12:12:14 AM

Allow more color selection for indicators on a chart. I use several of the same indicators with different parameters in a scan. It would be extremely helpful if each "PRICE" Chart indicator could be a different color either user defined or in some predefined order so we could then add indicators knowing in advance what color they will show up on the chart.

For example: Color sequence = black, red, green, blue, yellow, purple, orange, gray, brown, cyan, lime green and etc.

The same color sequence could also be applied to the Indicator studies below the Price Chart, Like RSI would be Black, Money Flow = Red, CCI = Green and etc.



General Discussion · Request for feedback on charts
AntNet
msg #26233
4/15/2003 12:05:28 AM

Allow more color selection for indicators on a chart. I use several of the same indicators with different parameters in a scan. It would be extremely helpful if each "PRICE" Chart indicator could be a different color either user defined or in some predefined order so we could then add indicators knowing in advance what color they will show up or the chart. For example: Color sequence = black, red, green, blue, yellow, purple, orange, gray, brown, cyan, lime green and etc. The same color sequence could also be applied to the Indicator studies below the Price Chart, Like RSI would be Black, Money Flow = Red, CCI = Green and etc.


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