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General Discussion · A Challenge ... the actual selections ...the best you can offer
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27657
8/2/2003 4:57:23 PM

Just pick Walmart. Its like a savings account :)


General Discussion · A Challenge ... the actual selections ...the best you can offer
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27675
8/4/2003 3:28:23 AM

You guys are funny. I was stupid and lost about 25% of my gains this year so far so I am reduced down to 30% gain in my portfolio this year. I just started trading correctly about 2 months ago and made 55% in 1 month in my porfolio. My greed kicked in and I lost my butt. Luckily I still have a profit. Now it's time to thank the Lord for what I have and become satisfied and make money again. Use your heads and model after the big winners. Look at what they did before there big rise and your fortune will be found.


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27320
7/12/2003 3:40:21 AM

I made over 30% this week with this filter. It produced great results. Just learn and then trade with real money after your confortable and notice the patterns. Watch the MACD to see the entry points.

Fetcher[Low is above Low 1 day ago and Volume is above Volume 1 day ago and open is below close and open 1 day ago is below close 1 day ago and close is between 1 and 2]



I know I could narrow it down even more but i prefer to produce a good amoutn of results so that I do not miss a stock that could be a true winner. I just rather spend the extra time looking. This filter never really produces over 30-35 stocks a day anyways. I can go through that is like 10 minutes and see what are potentials.


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27323
7/12/2003 2:14:01 PM

Ok here goes. I base the MACD per day not by the hour. The only time I may base the MACD on the hour is if I have decided to actually purchase the stock and I am looking for the best entry point. I will then buy when the MACD is at its lowest point I beleive it will be for that day. I did not inlcude the sloping up MACD in the filter because like I said it narrows the picks too much and sometimes I may miss a pick that didnt do a sloping up MACD but a week later explodes 100% because it may still be a good pick. I rather judge for myself. I do not let the filters judge for me. I just use the filters to find general patterns I am looking for. Ok you would like to know how I go through them in 10 minutes. I will tell you how. I know a stock is a good stock when it has bottomed out or perceived to bottom out in a correction and the MACD is starting to rise. It doesnt have to cross 0 just has to rise. I also look for descent jumps in price because that usually signals its about to really move. For instance if the jump is only 3% thats not a big move so I will overlook that stock. If the jump is 5% and greater though I will keep my eye on it. Here are two stocks I was successful in this week using this filter. I made more money this week than i have sense I started trading. IMNY and ATS. I bought both of those stocks this week and still holding on to IMNY because I bought Friday 11th. So far im up 55% in my account. I started with $2850 and now im at $4450. If any of you are looking for what picks I may go with on any given day feel free to email me and I will tell you. My email is nbeach@midsouth.rr.com I don't mind helping anyone on here because I wish the best for all of you. I can tell you I am looking at getting BIOM on monday. I have seen this pattern before. I consider it the calm before the storm as Darvis would ay. If any of you want to see what I really look for in a pattern look at TRAC. Zoom out for the 3 month and you will notice how its flat and just picks up steadily and explodes. I do not like super volatile stocks. The best performers are the ones that are pretty much flat and stable and the MACD starts to rise along with the volume and that is usually accompanied with a surge in price over a couple of days of like 10% or so. That is when I know I got a winner. Honestly guys success comes in the market from these filters from taking balsy decisions. You have to keep a non emotional head. You cannot let stocks get the best of you becuase you will end up making dumb mistakes. Usually your fist guess is the best guess. If you let yourself second guess yourself you will fail. I never second guess myself and sense I stopped doing that my portfolio has sky rocketed. I am getting a feeling for the winners and I have learned what they look like before they do there huge gains. I have learned by looking at past performers over and over again until certain patterns are just stuck in my head. Like I said please email me if you really want to get down in it with me. Some dont care and some do. I have really learned a lot and I am really getting good at this because of my straight face. I keep certain principles and there are certain keys to my success so far:

I limit my losses. If a stocks low for today is lower than the previous days low i sell no matter what. I dont care if it jumps back up. Most of the time it signals a downward trend. If you do not beleive me then look at past winners like TRAD and TRAC right now. You will notice how when its surging every day the low for the day is higher than the previous days low. I am in the business to make money not to sit around forever hoping a stock will explode. I want the exploding stock NOW not next week or next month. There are just certain identifiable patterns in the market. When a stock is about to increase it never drops below the previous low and the volume starts to pickup. By the way I do not care of the days close is lower than the days open as long as the low is higher than the previous days low and the MACD is rising. The MACD must be rising folks! If the MACD is not rising I do not consider it. Email me if you have anymore questions. I thank stockfetcher for providing the tools for me to use. It is well worth it and if I become really successful I will give back to stockfetcher more than they ever dreamed.

Noah Beach


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27324
7/12/2003 2:15:09 PM

I forgot to tell you guys. Usually the best time I have found to buy a stock is 10:00AM stock market time. IMNY was a perfect example. I bout at 10:00AM after it dropped tremendously only to see it rebound and make me about 18% in 1 day!


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27357
7/14/2003 1:52:15 PM

For the record this is Noah's trading partner, not Noah. All I have to say is I can hardly freakin' believe the returns Noah has been getting since he started sticking with his principles in the stocks that are popping up in his filter. It's unbelievable. After watching the success he made in SPLN I decided to really watch his picks he was buying using his indicators. Since then I watched him get ATS and make like 35% on it in a week. At that point I was convinced to take him seriously and buy exactly the types of stocks he was watching. Thursday night we stayed up chatting and decided that on Friday morning IMNY and VION were definately good buys. Well Noah put half in IMNY and half in VION. IMNY went up like 21% Friday and VION dropped a couple percent. Of course I bought VION and was very dissapointed but today it's up around 20% so far so I'm glad I hung on and IMNY is up around another 10% almost. This has thoroughly convinced me using what Noah posted above does produce big gains quickly. This is a get-rich quick scheme that just might actually work :) Now I put about 60% of my portfolio in BIOM at $1.51 so I will see how that turns out. Like Noah said of course not all picks will turn out the way you hoped but with this you can tell very soon if you should sell so you can really limit your losses. But I have watched Noah make his last 3 or 4 picks in a row produce very high returns very quickly. Congratulations to Noah for diligently searching for a truly winning system, because this just might be a gold mine he has stepped on.


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27384
7/15/2003 9:19:24 PM

This is Noah's trading partner, NOT Noah. Well I had a go at BIOM and of course it went down lol. I ditched it at 1.43- just below yesterday's low, so I was only out 5%. It may go up later but I'm not gonna hang on to it to find out. So today I bought UAXS, TGEN, and DIGL. TGEN and DIGL both went down roughly 1-2% since I got in them but I made 23% on UAXS in one day today! From the looks of the after hours quotes I will be at a profit tomorrow morning on DIGL but I might have to ditch TGEN. Who knows I'm not a prophet and don't pretend to be, we'll wait and see :).


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27397
7/16/2003 12:54:00 AM

acervapsych
I have learned to definately wait until 10:00 am(Eastern), or 9:00 am Central where I am, to wait before I buy. Obviously this is not a commandment chiseled in stone that I strictly adhere to, rather it is a general guideline. My experience is that with the rising stocks I have jumped in to, not always, but MORE OFTEN THAN NOT, if they gapped up or began rapidly reaching for the stars immediately upon opening I would always get them at or close to the peak, only to watch them fall right back to form a base for the rest of the day where I could have got a much better price on them- not to mention I would be at a decent loss for the rest of the day. This immediate rise and fall generally happens within the first thirty minutes after the opening bell so now I just try to not even get on my computer until at least 15 minutes or so after the opening bell. My experience is that many times stocks reach their highs for the day right after the opening bell or they will fall back and not pass that early morning peak until the last portion of the day. The reason I would always buy imediately upon opening when a stock gaps up or immediately began rising is the fear I would miss out on a straight rise throughout the early morning, then kind of flatline the rest of the day and shoot up again at the end of the day. Well from time to time this does happen and if I miss it now then so be it, usually if a stock does that anyway it will be a winner. The key is to maintain discipline and have control of your emotions. Like I said my personal experience is I lose out more often than not if I try to buy when the market opens.
As far as stop orders go I set a mental stop order on it the day I purchase it. I watch it real time intraday hopefully to get it after a fallback from the morning rise. After they fall back they usually tend to form a range they bounce around in. For example, if a 1.50 stock shot up to 1.80 right at opening it might fall back to 1.65 and kind of bounce between 1.65 and 1.70 for awhile. After watching it go from 1.65 to 1.70 a few times I will make the decision to buy it once it drops to around 1.65 again. As far as sell orders go I always put a stop market order on it just for insurance purposes. Sometimes I leave it alone and let it stop out by itself and sometimes I sell it before. Usually I leave it alone if I feel I can put a close stop loss on it. Like BIOM the previous day's low was 1.44 so I set it to 1.43, if it stopped out no biggie I'm only out 5%. But a stock like UAXS, well its low for today was .46 and it closed at .67 so I surely am not going to just let it stop out. I will hold it until it looks like its starting to crumble and then sell, this is also always done while watching it real time intraday.


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27398
7/16/2003 12:55:31 AM

Oops sorry everyone the previous post was posted by Noah's trading partner, NOT Noah.


General Discussion · A filter that works.
Noahedwinbeach2
msg #27426
7/17/2003 4:47:21 PM

I use divergence and it just has to be turning up but usually i like it below 0 or just crossing over.


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