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General Discussion · REPORT OFFENSIVE POST FEATURE
dangreene
msg #44473
6/1/2006 9:00:22 AM

TheRumpledOne said "That would free up your time to create the ROUND FUNCTION!"
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AND FISHER TRANSFORM!




General Discussion · What biodeisel stock is this?
dangreene
msg #44155
5/24/2006 9:01:41 PM

Stock is OTD

http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/060407/0122055.html


General Discussion · Stockfetcher Man of the Year Award
dangreene
msg #42222
3/19/2006 10:27:45 AM

Dangreen -

That was sheer genius! LOL...

Would you mind doing my eulogy when it's time?

RIGGS. lol....
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You left yourself wide open.

Maybe others would like to respond for me. Sort of like coming up with a caption for a cartoon.

This could be fun!




General Discussion · Stockfetcher Man of the Year Award
dangreene
msg #42139
3/16/2006 7:20:24 PM

TESTIMONIAL TO THE MIGHTY RIGGS

The Mighty Riggs is renown on two counts: He was one of the most famous American TA filter writers of his time, which was the early-twenty first century. He also had the distinction of firing the first shot of the Civil War. In both arenas he was a vociferously outspoken, independent trailblazer.

Aside from his many advances in filter writing (and they had a tremendous impact on our trading; he was called the "Father of Displaced Moving Averages"), arguably one of his more important contributions to seeing into the future(from 14 days back). As an outspoken technician, his strongly opinionated entries give us an unique view of his many wants and needs. His first hand accounts of his many incredible trading accomplishments left many breathless with envy.

His experimentation with TA indicators, including Bull Power and Bear Power, improved the trading of many lucky subscribers to StockFetcher who were able to partake of his tremendous knowledge without having to ante up for the advanced subscription.

A testimony was given to the Might Riggs in early 2006. It was said of him, "With enthusiastic joy, we proclaim that the Might Riggs has by his untiring industry in the cause of filter writing, enabled us to make two ears of corn or two blades of grass to grow upon a spot of earth where only one grew before."

There was some disagreement between two schools of thought regarding filter writing (looking into the future versus displaying values mined with computer power), and the proponents of each school defended his methodology. In the end the membership seemed to favor the use of displays because in the end it's not what you trade but how you trade it (or was it wait for green, I don't know, something like that).

Another bone of contention centered around 'positive divergence' where the Might Riggs threw down the gauntlet by proclaiming - - - "If any one SF member can find a SINGLE stock that DOESN'T show "Divergence" via RSI(2)in the last 2 trading days(3/9/06 & 3/10/06) of my filter, he or she will be responsible for sending THE MIGHTY RIGGS into permanent exile!". Of course the Mighty Riggs has gone over the filter results for these 2 trading days with a fine tooth comb and is ready to shoot down any criticism.

Don't set your hopes of exiling The Mighty Riggs too high as he will insist on being the final arbiter as he always writes the rules.

Since in the end we have no other choice, we therefore by acclaim acknowledge The Might Riggs as "THE STOCKFETCHER MAN OF THE YEAR".

Here are the first three finishers. Ooops, is that Riggs doing the heavy work again?

http://www.btinternet.com/~knutty.knights/more_manofyear.htm

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The above is being posted in the spirit of levity with malice toward no one.
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Portions of this spoof were taken from the following site;
http://www.hanoverhistory.org/ruffin.html



Filter Exchange · Help with indicators for narrow daily range fluctuations
dangreene
msg #40121
1/10/2006 10:18:14 PM

guru_trader,

This might be close to what you are looking for.

Fetcher[/* ADC l/t 1.00% for 3 days */
Show stocks where market is NASDAQ
and Average Volume(22) is above 150000
and Absolute Day Change has been below 1.00 percent for the last 3 days
and Bollinger Width(20) is less than 0.15
and close is between 0.20 and 8.00
offset 0
]





General Discussion · Balance of Power indicator
dangreene
msg #40114
1/10/2006 8:57:14 PM

yepher,

Fantastic job, thank you very much.




Filter Exchange · DMA(28,-14) Uncovered
dangreene
msg #39996
1/5/2006 8:36:54 PM

as214 [Ignore] 12/30/2005 1:04:02 PM

Made another 7100 today trading DO! Used 100 percent linear regression channel variable RSI2 and DMA(28,-14)... I really believe RSI(2) and DMA(28,-14) are the best indicators out there when used in conjunction with one another. If you guys are ever in NY let me know Im buying.. Thanks Rumpled and Riggs! Ive made alot of $ value investing but this is much more fun LOL!!
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From what I've seen, you should give 100 percent linear regression channel more credit.




General Discussion · OBV crosses.... what is the correct syntax?
dangreene
msg #39235
11/30/2005 10:19:50 PM

ImperialWhazoo,

Thanks for your continuing struggle to reach a solution to your approach. I still believe that what you are attempting to achieve has real merit and am interested in pursuing it further.

However, I agree with jclaffee when he said, ---- "I still think there's something funky about "OBV(12)".

Since there seems to be little interest in this forum from others (except for jclaffee) I would prefer to continue this privately.

Please email me at dangreene@yahoo.com as I have come up with something that should be of interest to you.

I may not be able to respond until late tomorrow, 12/01/2005 as I have other commitments so bear with me.

jclaffee, because of your participation and work to help in this effort, I invite you to email me also since you seem to be interested in this approach.

email: dangreene@yahoo.com



General Discussion · OBV crosses.... what is the correct syntax?
dangreene
msg #39191
11/29/2005 1:23:02 PM

ImperialWhazoo,

You said,

".... there is an astonishingly regular pattens that could be used to signal buys when both the Stochastic and the OBV are set up as I note. When both have crosses occuring withig days of each other, there appears to me to be a highly useful signal of an immenent upswing."

I certainly see your point and am surprised that no one other than jclaffee offered any comment.

Perhaps it is time to contact Stockfetcher support via "Comments, Bugs and Requests" to see if what you are trying to achieve is attainable.

Good luck.



General Discussion · OBV crosses.... what is the correct syntax?
dangreene
msg #38972
11/19/2005 9:21:55 PM

ImperialWhazoo,

Here is a start for you using your price range and OBV(12) only.

Tweak this by adding other indicators to your liking.

Fetcher[ /* OBV X-Over */
OFFSET 10
Show stocks where market is not OTCBB
and Average Volume(22) is above 500,000
and close between 0.05 and 5.00
and OBV(12) crossed above CEMA(OBV(12),12)
and draw OBV(12)
]



I will be unable to respond further until 11/28/2005 as I will be out of town.

Looking forward to your final version and comments from others.

Good luck.

Dan Greene



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