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General Discussion · Making a Resistance Column
JoeyVinyl
msg #149528
11/3/2019 6:43:29 PM

Thanks Cheese!

I thought I had tried something similar but my parameters were probably off or missing something. I appreciate the help!

General Discussion · Making a Resistance Column
JoeyVinyl
msg #149527
11/3/2019 6:40:57 PM

Nibor,

I can't see some of them either, but I was assuming the resistance line was on a Fib line and my eyes aren't that good these days. Now I'm wondering if it's just not there. I'll look into that. Thanks!


General Discussion · Making a Resistance Column
JoeyVinyl
msg #149520
11/2/2019 5:02:50 PM

This is a test filter for me so I can paper trade it for a while to see if I can pick good ones from the results. The problem I'm having is that I want the resistance line value, the one I can see when I click on the charts, to show as a column. I couldn't find anything in the guide other than general info about how to add a column, and the line I used here is the only one I found in searching the forums. As you can see, it gives weird results more often than not. So please, what am I missing, if anything? Is it possible to get that resistance value to show as a column and if so, how? Thanks in advance for any help.

Fetcher[show stocks where the Fibonacci Down(65,15) is near 0.382
and where the StochRSI(14,14) crossed above 0.50

draw Resistance Line(45,15,2)
draw Support Line(45,15,2)
draw Average Day Range(10)

add column Resistance(45,15,0)
]



Filter Exchange · Help with filter for stock nearing 52 wk high
JoeyVinyl
msg #141921
2/5/2018 11:56:14 PM

This is what I use. Feel free to change the percentage.

and the close is less than 1 percent below the 52 week high

General Discussion · What I've Learned While Trading
JoeyVinyl
msg #140781
1/9/2018 9:21:46 PM

I'm a relative newbie to all this but one thing I learned early on was to pay attention to my costs. What I mean is that if I'm buying shares rather than options, I have to make sure I'm able to buy enough to cover *both* the purchase and sales commissions, no matter how small (or large) they may be. If I can only afford, for example, 10 shares of a stock trading at $10 per share, and my commissions are going to total $10, it better go higher than $11 for me to do better than just break even. I'm sure this probably applies to options trading too, but I'm just learning about that so I won't speak to what I don't know yet.

This may seem like a basic lesson to most of you but I haven't seen it in anything I've been reading lately.

General Discussion · Probably a dumb question
JoeyVinyl
msg #140560
1/1/2018 1:04:02 PM

Awesome! Thank you everyone for your input, and especially four for his answer to my question.
Here's hoping we can all make some money in 2018!

General Discussion · Probably a dumb question
JoeyVinyl
msg #140497
12/30/2017 11:53:44 AM

I'm trying to see if there's a way to show how many days a stock has shown up on a filter other than downloading a .csv file and putting it into a spreadsheet (which is not difficult but why do it that way if I don't have to, right?). I was looking at the Days Since indicator but I don't think that would work for this purpose. Has anyone else tried to put this in a filter, and if you were able to, would you be willing to share how? Thanks.

General Discussion · Newbie with a question
JoeyVinyl
msg #140495
12/30/2017 11:36:01 AM

four, I just wanted to let you know that seems to be working for what I needed. Thanks again!

General Discussion · Newbie with a question
JoeyVinyl
msg #140340
12/23/2017 12:22:05 AM

I've looked through it but haven't studied it in depth yet. And thanks! I'll give that filter a try and let you know.

General Discussion · Newbie with a question
JoeyVinyl
msg #140336
12/22/2017 8:25:52 PM

I wanted to introduce myself and ask a question. Joey Vinyl is my "punk rock name". It started as a joke in another, totally unrelated online place, but I like it so I keep it. There's more I don't know about trading than I do know, but I'm an old fart now and know that I'm unlikely to make decent money any other legal way in my life so I'm giving it a try. I've bought and sold some stock before, mostly long term buy and hold trades, so I'm not a total neophyte.

Here's my question. I've been trying to make a filter based on some things I've read but I'm having trouble with one line. How would you check to see if the relative strength of a stock is above its 26 week average? Thanks in advance for the help.

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