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General Discussion · MUDDY WEB SITE??
bielyplafon
msg #51140
4/16/2007 1:31:49 AM

@Niagara

>What filter did you use of those listed.
As far as I know all of them were previously sq/vol/break -outs. Read thread 'Squeeze 'em by the "BOLLs"'. Then look for retreat to MZ (MuddyZone, EMA(13), SMA(20) if I remember)
http://forums.stockfetcher.com/sfforums/?q=view&fid=1001&tid=48870&qrid=

>What does enter on green mean
In general it means to buy when the price is after 30-45min of trading higher than previous day close. Better to be accompanied with average volume.
Serach forums for 'wait for green'
http://search.stockfetcher.com/search?restrict=&ie=&q=wait+for+green&site=stockfetcher_help&output=xml_no_dtd&client=stockfetcher_help&access=p&lr=&ip=212.12.160.8&title=StockFetcher_Technical_Analysis_and_Stock_Screening&proxystylesheet=stockfetcher_help&oe=&filter=p

>Do you short stocks.
I think Muddy doesn't short.

That's recap of my knowledge from following Muddy for couple of months.

Best regards
bp


General Discussion · bottom of biotech stocks today-buy these now
bielyplafon
msg #51053
4/13/2007 4:49:00 AM

niko,

"Mary had given us a lot of examples of what might have been à la "woulda, shoulda, coulda" but never once referred to her losing trades. I can only speculate that the drawdown wouldn't look very pretty. Moreover, she never once alludes to the contingency plan should the trade fail. "

these are just ideas... what kind of drawdown could you have if you follow market intraday and you are disciplined to cut losses small?
Mary goes for high volatility... (s)he puts some stocks on watchlist and if they move in desired direction (s)he enters... if the momentum reverses (s)he sells at entry price latest... therefore drawdown would be commissions and slippage. (s)he also goes for high volume stocks (the day traded) so shouldn't be a problem with executing trade.

What I find diffucult with this approach is to find the candidates to watch and then watch them intraday. Actually I can't do that first 90min of trading and (s)he refers to following gaps indicated by AH trading.

I saw that Muddy and others in his chatroom also search for these high volatility intraday moves and they are quite good in it.


General Discussion · who wants to help me write a book-the best ever
bielyplafon
msg #51008
4/11/2007 5:54:40 AM

MARY4MONEY: “who wants to help me write a book-the best ever”

Mary if you are looking for someone to help you writing book you should be looking among professional writers. You want to complement your trading skills with writing skills. Find some good journalist that would be interested.

Maybe you should think about the target audience. Are they university students, 20+years experienced businessmen or housewives with 3 children? Find journalist writing for that particular group of people (he should know how to get them interested) or similar mix as your target group.

Let us know when it will be born. I will definitely buy it. An thank you for weekly rsi(2) and nasdaq market :o)

bp

General Discussion · HELP
bielyplafon
msg #50900
4/6/2007 12:35:19 PM

lockwhiz
- Ignore lockwhiz 4/6/2007 6:41:38 AM

...it's not the filter that brings success to a trader....it is learning to trade.... learn to read the charts.... understand the psychology of what makes the price move ... the interaction between price and volume. Turning points / reversals usually happen when the volume diminishes.... etc ...etc...

Muddy has a great chat room where you can follow alot of what they are doing ... Green on the Screen ...


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The most difficult part for me is: stick to your plan


General Discussion · The final piece of the puzzle.
bielyplafon
msg #50650
3/23/2007 8:52:21 AM

hi niko,

I was also currious about volume that muddy is trading but never asked. Actually, I made my rules for myself. I calculate volume * price to see how much $ was traded the day stock is showed by filter. I look for price & volume spikes ... very much like muddy's sq/vol/break.

I hold max. 5-6 positions ... I don't feel comfortable to watch real-time more when looking for stars shooters.

My rule is that my $ must be less than 1% of $ traded and my volume must be less than 1% volume traded. By this I usually drop most of 0.xx stocks but still have enough on watchlist... This is of course due to my limited $.

Once I will have more than I can handle this way I will start to put it into strategies like 'Going Long'...

I must also say that I rarelly do 10%+ during 1 day. Average is around 3% a day (never calculated, only feeling). Maybe because I drop these potentials from watchlist.

My recent success was VION at 1.775 on 20-Mar and sold at 1.95 on 22-Mar which is almost 10% in less than 2 days. Well, I thank God for this :o)

bp


General Discussion · Squeeze 'em by the "BOLLs"
bielyplafon
msg #50573
3/15/2007 1:52:33 PM

binhp,

go to muddy's blog greenonthescreen and read it thoroughly. I think he uses only
show stocks where close gained more than 8 percent over the last one day and price is between 1 and 10 ... than he reviews charts.
I use
show stocks where close gained more than 8 percent over the last one day
AND CLOSE PRICE IS BETWEEN 0.01 AND 15
rsi(2) > 75
close > upper bollinger band(20)
close > open

and pick big volumes

bp



General Discussion · Squeeze 'em by the "BOLLs"
bielyplafon
msg #50550
3/13/2007 1:46:24 AM

Hi Muddy,

I want to ask where were / would be your entry points on these 2?

WITM - in last 4 days (watching due to MZ pull back) my entry point would be 9-Mar, 12:40-12:45 (I follow 5min chart) due to: green, higher volumes from morning comparing to previous 2 days, 12:35 volume-spike

LJPC - on watchlist due to 8-Mar break... I would enter at 11:25-11:30 due to: green, higher volume from morning than previous day, 50cents level break, 11:20-11:25 volume spikes

Are these rules good?


All this I learned from you and your fellows MSTrader and Laura. It looks so easy with plenty of data on the right side of chart :o)))

On Friday I was not following markets so it goes to woulda/coulda/shoulda box :o(

Thank you
bielyplafon

Filter Exchange · Filter that will get $1 price movement per day
bielyplafon
msg #50487
3/9/2007 2:16:00 AM

jaban,
you can save them in the watchlist

General Discussion · Squeeze 'em by the "BOLLs"
bielyplafon
msg #50475
3/8/2007 7:58:46 AM

Muddy,
do you follow/trade sq/vol/break stock the next day their are shown or you just follow them and wait for pullback e.g. to MZ? I doubt :o) Do you use your HOD for this?

I'm trying to find some entry method based on intraday data but I'm failing.
Could you please describe a little bid your approach?

Thank you
Best regards
bp

Filter Exchange · super top capitulation for buying puts at dead top
bielyplafon
msg #50379
modified
3/3/2007 7:53:32 AM




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