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Filter Exchange · +di and -di creating a tight spring
acfncp3
msg #83715
12/2/2009 1:03:20 AM

I've noticed that when the + and - di's wrap tightly around each other moving in the same direction for 3 to 4 days, that once it unwinds suddenly it will tell which direction to buy into very clearly.

For example IPI chart during the dates 11/12/09 and 11/16/09 and once again at 10/8/09 to 10/13/09 the di's almost form a single rope. Once the di's break apart it gives a clear and strong signal for the next 3 to 7 days.


Of course when looking at enough charts this is something you just observe but are never able to catch. Is there a way that SF could search for this setup in time for you to take the right side of the trade.


Thanks ahead of time.

Bill

Filter Exchange · 100 % above MA(200)
acfncp3
msg #83582
11/29/2009 9:26:17 AM

You're right that this usually results in a huge pullback. But there are times in a big bull market that this might result in a long blue sky run.

Is there a way to code that after this 100 % above MA(200) is reached that a new high close is reached within the next 5 days. I'd like to do this with other conditions as well. That after a condition is reached that SF could find a new high close within 5 days of that condition.

Filter Exchange · 100 % above MA(200)
acfncp3
msg #83553
11/27/2009 8:47:14 PM

Is it possible for SF to filter for a close 100 % above the 200 day moving average or more.

Thanks for your help,

Bill

Filter Exchange · Trading at expiration week
acfncp3
msg #83077
11/14/2009 8:24:54 PM

I have been paper trading for a bit with setting up option trades in the last 2 weeks before expiration. As you know if a trade set up otm goes itm it brings tremendous profits. One paper trade I had turned 6 k into 39 k. I have just been using setups at the bottom or the top of the channel and as the stock moves to the other side I place my otm strike to be in it's way.

This of course only works if the stock move is strong enough. I was just wondering if there was a way that SF could filter for stocks that statistically have moved most during the 3rd week of the month.


Thanks

Bill

Filter Exchange · Person Pivots and candlesticks
acfncp3
msg #82968
11/12/2009 10:05:35 PM

Chetron, thanks for the quick response.


What Person has come up with is a abiltiy to look at crossovers. So he'll have one line of say 5 period pivots points crossing the 10 period line of pivot points and use those as entry and exit points. Just like most people use the cross overs of normal moving averages.


Thanks,

Bill

Filter Exchange · Person Pivots and candlesticks
acfncp3
msg #82966
11/12/2009 9:55:21 PM

Interesting but I'm not sure you understand what I'm saying.


What Person now does is have a moving line like you would have for example when you ask SF for a chart of the 10 day moving average.... so 10 days of the closing prices divided by 10. What he has done and what I was hoping SF could do is create a chart with a moving average line of say an average of the last 3 days of person points. (P + P + P)/3 . Can you use SF to create a moving average line that shows a moving average of pivot points.


Thanks ahead of time,

Bill

Filter Exchange · Person Pivots and candlesticks
acfncp3
msg #82950
11/12/2009 6:18:23 PM

Thank, this link was great for finding stocks that have reached a pivot point.

A new thing that Person describes in his book is a moving average of pivot points. Is there a way that SF can create say a 3 period moving average of pivot points. The idea of a moving average of pivot points is great but without SF there is no way of filtering for setups.

Thanks again.

Bill

Filter Exchange · Person Pivots and candlesticks
acfncp3
msg #82669
11/9/2009 5:08:13 AM

I have been listening to a John Person CD where he talks about dojis, hammers and shooting stars at key points in his Support and Resistance S1 and R1. Also he has come up with a new indicator that I'm studying at the Pivot Point. Is it possible for SF to find doji and hammers at the Person S1 and a doji or shooting stars at Person's R1. Person says that there is up to a 70 percent chance that these will indicate reversals using these combinations. And can SF find a larger candle going through the Person Pivot point either bullish or bearish.


Thanks for your help ahead of time.

Bill

Filter Exchange · Swing Trading with DMI double crossing rules....
acfncp3
msg #82667
11/9/2009 4:52:00 AM

I really like the dmi indicator and have been trying to find the best way to use it for a long time. For example +di above -di adx below -di. di difference below 1 and then look for di difference to increase to 10 before entry.

So I'm always interested in good dmi filters that work. Unfortunately I can get very few hits with these filters Does anyone else have some dmi filters that they have brought success.


Thanks,

Bill

Filter Exchange · Buying on higher swing lows Selling on lower swing highs
acfncp3
msg #76830
7/25/2009 10:33:02 AM

A swing-low is defined as a low day (or bar) with higher prices both in front and behind the low day (or bar), thus forming a swing-low. This swing-low must also be above the previous swing-low, thus forming a higher swing-low.

A swing-high is defined as a high day (or bar) with lower prices both in front and behind the high day (or bar) forming a swing-high. This swing-high must also be under the prior swing-high thus forming a lower swing-high.

The concept of buying higher swing-lows or selling lower swing highs was from the commodity traders club. Is there a way that stockfetcher can find these higher swing lows and lower swing highs for a trend following trading strategy looking for entry points.


Thanks ahead of time.





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