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Filter Exchange · Oversold conditions
EWZuber
msg #26889
6/16/2003 2:40:04 AM

I am new to this particular screen but used to use one very similar. Here is the correct syntax for several oversold screens,
This one looks for stocks bouncing up off of the 15 DMA:

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -80 Slow stochastics %K less than 25 where the close is less than 6% above (15)MA and average volume is more than 100,000 shares


This one looks for a bounce up off of the 25 DMA:

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -75 Slow stochastics %K less than 30 where the close is less than 6% above (25)MA and average volume is more than 75,000 shares

This one looks for stocks bouncing up off of the 50 DMA:

Find stocks trading between $2 and $15 Williams %R oversold greater than -80 Slow stochastics %K less than 25 where the close is less than 6% above (50)MA and average volume is more than 100,000 shares


The same can be done for the 100 & 200 DMA's for times when the market is not so bullish. Also I added this phrase to the same wording as above into a seperate screen 'pattern is Bullish Morning Doji Star'. You won't get many hits with it but when you do it's a good bet, IMO.
Use whatever dollar range and volume range that suits you. The rest is optimized for trades that are very close to starting a new stochastic phase of accumulation.




Filter Exchange · Oversold conditions
EWZuber
msg #26646
5/29/2003 4:35:07 AM

What I have done with very good success is to look for stocks that are oversold with Stochastic %K less than 25, stock price is above their 15, 25, 50 or 200 DMAs, within 5% of the chosen DMA, with greater than 100K shares ADV, ( pick your price range above about $2 for reliability sake ). I use seperate screens for each of the DMAs all else is the same. What this will produce are stocks that have fallen near the bottom of a stochastic cycle and are about to test a moving average as support. This works great when a stock or the general market is in an uptrend. Look for stocks with the best fundamentals and chart patterns to optimize results.
I use the opposite in downtrends when looking for short positions. Looking for overbought stochastics %K greater than 75, stock price below the 25,50 or 200 DMA and within 5% of the DMA. This will give you stocks that are weak ( below the DMA ) and have become overbought trying to reach resistance and I'm looking for a bounce down off of the chosen moving average. This also works very well. Look for stocks with poor fundamentals and poor looking chart patterns for best results.


Filter Exchange · Filters needed to show break of downtrend or uptrend
EWZuber
msg #26645
5/29/2003 4:20:22 AM

I have found that often times a crossing of the fast line over the slow line on MACD will show a trend break.
I have used this with success on intraday charting and I believe it will work just the same on daily charts and screens.
You may also find that it will reveal breakouts.


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