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General Discussion · Intraday Alerts
msg #100825
5/20/2011 8:34:17 PM

Are you guys following RFR or MTC?

General Discussion · High ADR ETFs - my top 10 - what's yours?
msg #100781
5/18/2011 7:49:18 PM

I am not sure how you are trading...but it sounds like filters from the RumpledOne may help you. Search for Milk the Cow or Run Forest Run.


Filter Exchange · Run Forest, Run
msg #100763
5/17/2011 1:53:40 PM

Saw this post in RFR

723 posts
msg #68606
- Ignore 13th_floor 10/20/2008 9:42:31 PM

Yeah...about 25 folks in the greenonthescreen chatroom...

Where can I find this chat room?


General Discussion · forex buy zone strategy
msg #100739
5/15/2011 11:55:11 AM

Dear traders, has been hacked. We are working hard on the fix. No data has been lost. Please come back later. Michal Kreslik

Don't know how long this has been going on....

Filter Exchange · Stock price 111% above its 200-day MA
msg #100555
5/4/2011 6:57:26 PM


I would like some ideas on filters for 2 to 10 day swings.
I am looking for ideas and would appreciate your help!

Thank you,


General Discussion · Catching the "V" in weekly RSI(2)
msg #100517
5/1/2011 8:20:27 PM

Thank you so much!

There are a few instances where it does not give the result expected.

Put GIS on a chart for March 28, 2011 (date offset 23 as of Sunday night).

It looks like the Weekly RSI(2) line is still downtrending and did not uptrend until April 11, 2011.

I appreciate your time and help!


General Discussion · Catching the "V" in weekly RSI(2)
msg #100494
4/30/2011 5:11:14 PM

I am using this filter but it does not seem to work:

Show stocks where the 1 day slope of Weekly RSI(2) is above 0
and the 10 day slope of Weekly RSI(2) is below 0

I am trying to catch the point where the weekly RSI(2) line changes from a downslope to an upslope.
In other words, catch it where it forms a "V".

Thank you,

General Discussion · Range from RSI(2) crossing above 10 to RSI(2) crossing below 90
msg #100210
4/12/2011 3:23:16 PM

How do I go back six months using daily data and average all the ranges from:

The LOW: The lowest low when RSI(2) goes crosses above 10 from below.
The HIGH: The next RSI(2) highest high when RSI(2) crosses below 90 from above.

Start with the LOW and only count the next HIGH.
If he LOW goes back down below 10 before reaching the next HIGH, count each of these LOWS to the next HIGH.

Also count the number of times a complete low to high occurs.

This sounds like a challenge...I wonder if it can even be done.

Perhaps there is a better way to measure what I want: Find stocks with with the widest movement between these LOWS and HIGHS.


General Discussion · Using a date instead of days
msg #100142
4/6/2011 8:25:00 AM

A 30 day low would work...for 30 days.

Better than trying to change to "days ago" each day!

Thanks for the suggestion!


General Discussion · Using a date instead of days
msg #100100
4/4/2011 2:58:23 PM

If I want to know the percentate change since the last market low 12 days ago, I would have to change "12 day low" to "13 day low" the next day and everyday thereafter bump it up a day.

Is there a way to put in the date of the market low in place of "12 day low"?


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