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Filter Exchange · HYG vs. TLT
Cheese
msg #109598
modified
12/23/2012 2:20:50 AM

Thank you, Tomm1111:
In my limited review of past results, I found that your TLT and HYG appeared to give
good signals more often than the following pairs mentioned on blog-o-sphere:
IEF and LQD
TLT and JNK
TIP and TLT.

Since your filter requires advanced subscriptions, I took the liberty of providing
the following version for the cheap seats. The long and short signals are shown
as columns in the table view.


Fetcher[
symlist(SPY)
and chart-time is 6 months

set{num,ind(tlt,close)}
set{denom,ind(hyg,close)}
set{br,num/denom}

set{brMA10,CMA(br,20)}
set{brSD,cstddev(br,20)}
set{brSD10,2 * brSD}
set{brBOLU,brMA10 + brSD10}
set{brBOLD,brMA10 - brSD10}


set{long,count(br greater than brbolu,1)}
set{short,count(br less than brbold,1)}


/* ********************* */
add column separator
add column long
add column short

add column separator
add column br
add column brbold
add column brbolu
add column brma10
/* ********************* */


draw br
draw brbold on plot br
draw brbolu on plot br
draw brma10 on plot br
]



Filter Exchange · fundamental analysis of stock
Cheese
msg #109597
12/23/2012 2:04:23 AM

Sunny,
Thank you for your videos.

Fundamental analysis may be a timely topic right now.
The ConnorsRSI thread currently shows that HLF (Herbalife) is oversold.
But there were some concerns.

Would your fundamental analysis be able to assist in buying decision?
Can you detect any potential problems, particularly about the quality of revenue and earnings?



Filter Exchange · HYG vs. TLT
Cheese
msg #109594
modified
12/22/2012 11:02:17 PM

Tomm1111:
Thank you for sharing this information.

Were there a couple of typos in your filter?

You wrote:
set{brMA10,CMA(br,20)}
set{brSD,cstddev(br,20)}

Did you perhaps mean to write:
set{brMA10,CMA(br,10)}
set{brSD,cstddev(br,10)}



General Discussion · Bollinger Band using exponential moving average?
Cheese
msg #109515
modified
12/19/2012 10:39:28 AM

Fetcher[
set{ema60,ema(60)}
draw ema(60)

set{1stddev_temp,cstddev(close,60)}
set{BB_ema_H1,ema60+1stddev_temp}
set{BB_ema_L1,ema60-1stddev_temp}
draw BB_ema_L1 on plot price
draw BB_ema_H1 on plot price

close near BB_ema_L1
not otcbb
volume above 1,000,000
]



Filter Exchange · TRADING DIVERGENCES ON THE S&P 500
Cheese
msg #109443
12/15/2012 10:38:51 PM

Breaking news (Dec 15, 2012 9 PM EST)
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/12/15/boehner-puts-income-tax-rates-on-table-for-first-time/?hpt=hp_bn3

Source: Boehner offers to include higher tax rates on wealthy to avoid fiscal cliff


SPY should go up on Monday.

Kevin, you may have created a great composite leading indicator here.




Filter Exchange · NEED YOUR HELP
Cheese
msg #109442
12/15/2012 4:51:25 PM

Try this:
http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?qrid=1355562115&mid=104897&isiframe=

GLTY

General Discussion · Help
Cheese
msg #109303
modified
12/12/2012 12:45:29 AM

Here is an adaptation of a filter written by TheRumpledOne in 2006, which may have some commonalities with your help request.
The outputs showed instances of double ersatz hammers. Anecdotally, they sometimes appeared to be followed by an upward movement, and at other times by a downward movement. Use with great care, and at your own risk.

/* BASED ON ORIGINAL BY THERUMPLEDONE (TRO) */
/* http://stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?qrid=1314417502&mid=41749 */

Fetcher[

set{body_bottom,min(open,close)}
set{body_top,max(open,close)}
set{lshadowsize, body_bottom - low}
set{tshadowsize, high - body_top}
set{body_size, body_top - body_bottom}

/* TRO's ORIGINAL */
/* set{body_size2, body_size * 2} */
/* RELAXING TRO's ORIGINAL CRITERION */
set{body_size2, body_size * 1}

set{hammer1, count( tshadowsize is less than 0.001 , 1 ) }
set{hammer2, count( lshadowsize > body_size2 , 1 ) }

set{hammer, hammer1 * hammer2 }

hammer > 0
hammer 1 day ago > 0

close above 1

/* TRO's ORIGINAL */
/* volume above 1,000,000 */
/* RELAXING TRO's ORIGINAL CRITERION */
volume above 100,000
]




General Discussion · Do you use : Ultimate Oscillator
Cheese
msg #109194
12/7/2012 10:50:19 AM

You may be interested in this evaluation of rsi(2), cci(4), w%r(2) and uo(1,2,4) by TradingTheOdds:
http://www.tradingtheodds.com/2010/02/evaluation-of-momentum-oscillators/

Happy trading.

General Discussion · ConnorsRSI
Cheese
msg #109192
12/7/2012 10:41:13 AM

You may want to use this rsi2 solver tool posted earlier by smartguy in another thread:
http://www.tradingmarkets.com/free-tools/rsi-solver


Filter Exchange · 85% profit with this list this year!
Cheese
msg #109151
12/6/2012 10:42:02 AM

Thanks. One anecdotal good free pick from swingstocktraders tthis morning (Dec 6, 2012): NEM. At the time, many gold stocks were weak. They seemed to have recovered at the time of writing.

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