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General Discussion · Precision Engineering
msg #53800
8/3/2007 11:07:55 AM

Search the forums for Alf44's "work of art" filter posted on July 1, 2007. It is very extensive but Alf44 explained that filter very well. There are some components in his thinking and coding that may help you answer your own quest.

I don't have the link to it handy. Good luck.

General Discussion · 1999?
msg #53721
7/31/2007 8:50:02 PM

Karenma, you mentioned Abby Joseph Cohen and Tim Knight's TheSlopeofHope blog.
Tim (the perma bear) posted the following photo on July 26. Enjoy.

General Discussion · have watchlist&filter ? applying 1 to
msg #53649
7/30/2007 12:55:50 AM

A few ways you can get help:

Post your request in the Forums thread "Comments, Bugs and Requests"

or contact StockFetcher Customer Support Center (click on the button at the bottom of the above links)

Good luck.

General Discussion · Trading Blogs
msg #53369
7/23/2007 3:46:20 PM

Niagara, you'd need to replace my "[" with "<" in your code
then replace my "]" with ">" in your code

I had to use "[" and "]" in my answers to you because if I used "<" and ">" you won't be able to see the tags.

The link referred to by Alf44 above is probably a better reference source for you. Niko and guru_trader are very good resources at this.

Good luck and have fun.

General Discussion · Trading Blogs
msg #53329
7/22/2007 7:18:15 PM

Niagara, here is how to post your StockShare chart

General Discussion · Trading Blogs
msg #53319
7/22/2007 12:49:16 PM


In order to show this to you, I had to change
"<" to "[" and ">" to "]".

So, you'd need to change "[" back to "<" and "]" back to ">", before you copy and paste to your post. Then change your source image.

[img src=]

(Credit: I first learned the above "img" thingy from a post by guru_trader. Thank you, guru.)

General Discussion · Trading Blogs
msg #53300
7/20/2007 4:22:37 PM

Alf44 mentioned Slope of Hope by Tim Knight, founder of Prophet.Net
On July 13, Tim posted an interesting chart about the mother of all long-term double tops.

General Discussion · Indicator Criteria
msg #53299
7/20/2007 4:12:31 PM

If I understand your question correctly, there should be enough space if you change the default settings for one indicator per row, i.e.
"Select An Indicator" MACD
then go to the next row
"Select An Indicator" RSI

You should probably ask SF for help by posting in "Comments, Bugs and Requests" forum instead of "General Discussion"

Good luck.

General Discussion · Is there a way to save a filter or dump all filters to the disk
msg #53289
7/20/2007 12:34:14 AM

Click on "My Filters"

then click on "Settings" right next to "Enable Filter Categories"
(not to be confused with "Settings" right next to "Index")

then click on "Export" to download your filters.

General Discussion · Indicator Criteria
msg #53273
7/19/2007 3:59:15 PM

If you are referring to
"Configure Settings for Charts"
Go to
"Indicators to add to your charts (uncheck boxes to disable settings)"
choose MACD
then type 5,13,6 over the default settings 12,26,9 for MACD
Finally, click on SAVE at the bottom right of the screen.


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