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Filter Exchange · BOLLINGER BANDS PINCHING AND BOLLINGER BANDS SPREADING
Nickster8074
msg #109190
12/7/2012 10:28:48 AM

Along with the above filter, you could add a volume contingent. To look for the breakout, I add something to the effect of "Volume is 100% greater than volume 1 day ago." I also add, "Close is above upper bollinger band(20)" to make sure the volume bump wasn't just churning. Hope this helps.

Filter Exchange · Catching Bottom with Low Downside Risk
Nickster8074
msg #109603
12/23/2012 9:40:08 PM

This filter is an extreme version of Jayesh Patel's "Reverse" filter from his book, Profit from Prices. I wanted to post it because it's been pretty profitable for me recently using next day open as an entry, placing a stop loss on the low of the trigger day. There are two items I'd like some suggestions on. In the case of several stocks returned when the filter is run, how should I sort them for a bottom-feeding sort of filter like this? Second, a logical exit. RSI(2)>50? Stoch>80? Minor Low? I know that there's quite a few great traders on this site and I'd like to hear your input. Thanks, Nick

Fetcher[
Show stocks where Close gained more than .2 percent
over the last 1 day and low reached a new 1 week low and low
is more than .75 percent below low 1 day ago and close is more
than .2 percent above open and volume is more than 100%
above volume 1 day ago and volume is above 500000 and
close is above 5 and Stochastic %K(12,3,3) is less than 20
]



Filter Exchange · Catching Bottom with Low Downside Risk
Nickster8074
msg #109604
12/23/2012 10:03:34 PM

Ouch! Once I looked back a ways on this filter, I think it may need something else. A risk-on risk-off variable. It seems when times are good, this filter is really good.

General Discussion · ConnorsRSI
Nickster8074
msg #109455
12/17/2012 11:45:45 AM

I've seen a lot of discussion about the entry point (down 6%) and exit point (RSI(2)>50), is there any thoughts about a stop loss or some downside protection?

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #106785
6/26/2012 8:15:57 PM

I've made a few filters on my own over the time I've been a SF member, but this particular oscillator is giving me trouble. I've seen Metastock formulas of the oscillator and that coding is way over my head. The DTosc was described best in this paragraph:

"The DTosc is basically running a stochastic through the RSI, so its an indicator of an indicator, that makes it reach the oversold area easier during corrections and pullbacks. Which for me is ideal. The DTosc that Is displayed is a moving average of the raw data, so we are achieving what is known as double smoothing of the actual data the second (slower) line of the DTosc is a moving average of the 1st moving average! In the chart below we have an 8 period RSI, through that a 5 period Stochastic is run to obtain the RAW data, we then take a 3 period moving average of that RAW data (Blue line) and then the pink line is a 3 period moving average of the blue moving average."

Sorry, no pic. The site is http://thehovistrader.wordpress.com/my-style/momentum-indicators/ about halfway down the page.

I'd figure it would start simple like StochRSI(5,8) for the raw data, then how do you make a 3 day moving average of the StochRSI indicator?

I wouldn't be running this as a filter to choose stocks, I'd be just using symlist to see SPY and QQQ. Any help would be great, I appreciate it as always.

I can also post the MetaStock data if it helps. Thanks, Nick

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #106792
6/27/2012 8:37:55 AM

Four, I appreciate your input and we're heading in the right direction. In the first clickable filter you posted, Draw CEMA (StochRSI(5,8),3), what I need is the red line (as it appears now) and a 3 day moving average of the red line as my signal. Is that possible?

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #106799
6/27/2012 2:00:51 PM

Four, thanks very much! This is exactly what I was looking for. I really appreciate it.

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #108867
modified
11/16/2012 4:08:27 PM

If it helps, below is what I've been using:

Fetcher[
Symlist (SSO)
draw weekly cma(CMA (StochRSI(8,13),5),5)
draw cma(CMA (StochRSI(5,8),3),3)
do not draw stochrsi(5,8)
do not draw weekly stochrsi(8,13)
Add Column CMA(StochRSI(5,8),3)
Add Column CMA(CMA (StochRSI(5,8),3),3)
Add Column Weekly CMA(StochRSI(8,13),5)
Add Column Weekly CMA(CMA (StochRSI(8,13),5),5)
]



I use the Weekly StochRSI to determine market direction. When Fast Weekly StochRSI is above Slow Weekly StochRSI, only trade bullish crosses on the Daily StochRSI. When Weekly Slow StochRSI is on top, only trade the bearish crosses on the Daily StochRSI. All of my testing of this system has been by hand, as I'm not entirely sure on how to backtest this system on SF. So far, the results have been very decent over the last 12 months. 100%+ return ($2.95 per trade commission included) and minimal trading required. Prior to the last 12 months, I've encountered some whipsawing. Any suggestions that could be added to minimize those kind of trades would be great.

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #108869
11/16/2012 6:53:22 PM

I haven't seen any options in the help section or searching the forum on how to change the colors of the plotted lines. We may need the help of someone more advanced than myself.

Filter Exchange · DT Oscillator Help
Nickster8074
msg #108882
11/17/2012 8:30:20 PM

Yep mahkoh, that's exactly what I needed. Now, tennisplayer2 would like to change the fast line to green and the slow line to red. Personally, I'm good with it as it sits. Thanks for your efforts.

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