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Announcements · New StockFetcher Advanced Subscription
MrBid
msg #37805
9/4/2005 10:14:24 AM

The increase in monthly fees from $8.95 to $16.95 is too high
considering the additonal/improved features.

A price between $12-$13 should be considered as more adequate and acceptable !


General Discussion · a round summ filter
MrBid
msg #36416
6/23/2005 4:22:03 AM

shelupinin, it's easy !

set{a, 5}
set{a2, a / 100}
set{Lo5, a - a2}
set{Hi5, a + a2}

set{b, 10}
set{b2, b/100}
set{Lo10, b - b2}
set{Hi10, b + b2}

set{C1a,count(close above Lo5,1)}
set{C1b,count(close below Hi5,1)}
set{C2a,count(close above Lo10,1)}
set{C2b,count(close below Hi10,1)}

set {C1, C1a * C1b}
set {C2, C2a * C2b}
set {C1_or_C2, C1 + C2}

C1_or_C2 is above 0.99
and add column C1
and add column C2


Backtesting Support · Backtest Only 15 filters ?
MrBid
msg #36134
5/29/2005 10:48:08 AM

Hi !

It's a request feature to bring to number of possible backtests to 30.
15 is really a limiting factor to compare several filters !



Filter Exchange · Basic Filter for newbies and old pros...
MrBid
msg #36629
7/2/2005 6:36:18 AM

Corsino, you said :
"the win/loss ratio is better than the ROI in judging a filter".

I agree with that BUT another very important factor to fully validate
your win/loss ratio is the number of stocks covered by your backtest !

It's stupid to announce that Mister X has a win/loss ratio of 80%
or a ROI of 2000% if only few stocks (< 30) have been covered !!!!!

I think a good backtest should, at least covers more than 50 stocks
for a 1 year timeframe.



StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Beta Feature Requests
MrBid
msg #49805
2/4/2007 7:58:56 AM

As we can see in the SF 1.0 graphics,
it could be more than useful to display the stock value
when you move the mouse. Let's say in the upper-right side
of the graphic.


StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Beta Feature Requests
MrBid
msg #49806
2/4/2007 8:09:39 AM

Inside Settings[My Filters],
it's possible, for example, to add the following lines:
draw lower bollinger band(20)
and draw ema(13)
and draw ema(20)
and draw ema(50)

and SF1.0 will display these technos, by default, on all graphics.

What about the same bahaviour for SF2 ?



Backtesting Support · BUG : Maximum days to hold
MrBid
msg #36145
5/30/2005 12:34:12 PM

For example,
If I want hold a stock for 5 days,
I don't speak about 5 calendar days,
BUT, of course, 5 trading days !!!

If a stock is bought on Friday and I want to keep it for 5 trading days,
if the market is closed on Monday,
I don't want to release it on the next Tuesday !!!!
I want to keep it for 5 tradings days and release it on the next Friday !

Can you correct this bevahiour !?



Filter Exchange · Can anyone improve this sweetie?
MrBid
msg #35771
4/27/2005 8:00:21 AM

What do you mean by 86% of success ???

86% Win and 14% Lost for the backtesting ?
Using which parameters ?

My best filter based on RSI2 can only offer 70% of Wins.



Filter Exchange · Holy Grail
MrBid
msg #35702
4/22/2005 11:07:58 AM

How have you found SMTR ?
Which filter have you used ?



Filter Exchange · ma crossover shorting strategy
MrBid
msg #36349
6/15/2005 11:32:16 AM

arthur702,

How have you found a 83% win by backtesting your filter ?
Which parameters have you used ?

MrBid


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