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Filter Exchange · williams %r breakout
msg #122026
11/19/2014 9:58:25 AM

Maybe this one instead?

Stocks are not OTCBB
Stocks are not ETF
Bollinger Width Oscillator(5,2) below -50 in last day
Lower Acceleration Band(5) dropped more than 3.5 Percent
Lower Keltner Band(5)dropped more then 3 percent
Day Position(0.5,1) below day position 2 days ago
do not draw day position (-1.00,5)
do not draw day position
average Volume(4) > 120000
close > 1.20
StochRSI(4,2) < 0.20 within last 5 days
add column IMI(4)
add column average daily volume
sort column 6 descending
add column average day range (30)
add column atr (30)
set{liquidity1,average volume(30) * open}
set{liquidity2,average volume(15) * open}
set{liquidity3,average volume(7) * open}
liquidity1 > 100000
liquidity2 > 100000
liquidity3 > 100000

Filter Exchange · williams %r breakout
msg #122025
11/19/2014 9:56:18 AM

Levamit.. are you still trading this filter?

stocks are not otcbb
stocks are not etf
Average Volume(30) above 100000
Parabolic SAR(0.02,0.2) dropped more then 3.5 percent
Parabolic SAR(0.02,0.2) above close
day position(0.05,1) below day position 2 day ago
do not draw day position(-1.00,5)
show stocks where close is above 1.2
StochRSI(4,2) below 0.25 within last 3 days
Bollinger Width Oscillator(5,2) below -50

If so, can you give me any pointers other than the ones in the forum discussion about it? Which version and what do you use as a method of which stock to pick. Sorry to highjack your new post but didn't know how to contact you otherwise. Thanks

General Discussion · Weekly Statistics
msg #121329
8/13/2014 10:00:34 PM

Any Ideas???

General Discussion · Weekly Statistics
msg #121304
8/11/2014 11:36:03 AM

Here is Avery's "stat scan travel guide".....I am looking for the same thing with weekly statistics instead of daily since I can't trade daily. The idea is to plug your stock into the symlist and get the stats for that stock. Simply changing the chart display to weekly isn't gonna get the weekly stats.


set{xRange, high - low}
set{AvgRng, cma(xRange,5) }

set{HiOp, High - Open }
set{RunPCT, HiOp}
set{AvgRun5, cma(RunPCT,5) }
set{AvgRun20, cma(RunPCT,20) }

set{HiCl, High - Close }
set{PBPCT, HiCl}
set{AvgPB5, cma(PBPCT,5) }
set{AvgPB20, cma(PBPCT,20) }

set{ClLo, Close - low }
set{BouncePCT, ClLo }
set{AvgBounce5, cma(BouncePCT,5) }
set{AvgBounce20, cma(BouncePCT,20) }

set{OpLo, Open - low}
set{DropPCT, OpLo }
set{AvgDrop5, cma(DropPCT,5) }
set{AvgDrop20, cma(DropPCT,20) }

set{Green, count( close > open , 100)}

set{B10A, count(RunPCT > .10 , 100)}

set{A10A, count(RunPCT > .10 , 1)}
set{chg, sum( A10A - A10A 1 day ago ,5)}

and add column separator
add column RunPCT{R(today)}

add column PBPCT{P(today)}

add column DropPCT{D(today)}

add column BouncePCT{B(today)}

and add column separator
and add column AvgRun5
and add column AvgDrop5
and add column AvgBounce5
and add column AvgPB5
and add column AvgRun20
and add column AvgDrop20
and add column AvgBounce20
and add column AvgPB20



sort column 1 Ascending

General Discussion · Weekly Statistics
msg #121290
8/8/2014 7:09:16 PM

I have been searching all of TRO's stat scans but have not been able to find a WEEKLY stat filter that has the same information as the daily "travel guide" that TRO produced. I was hoping to find the same info just based on a weeks info instead of the daily info. Any help locating it (if it exists) would be much appreciated.

General Discussion · Swing Trade Filter Help
msg #120906
6/28/2014 9:33:59 AM

Thanks FOUR for the help. Wonder what is causing it to return zero results? The author of the filter claimed to get 30-50 stocks per day and sorted through those for his set-ups. I think he was using the finviz screener but referenced Stock-Fetcher also? Your work gives me a good starting point anyhow. Thank you

General Discussion · Swing Trade Filter Help
msg #120902
6/27/2014 4:04:44 PM

Nothing... Come on guys. I've seen some awsome filters here created by some very intellegent folks. I wouldn't think this would be too tough to program.

General Discussion · Swing Trade Filter Help
msg #120397
6/4/2014 9:27:22 AM

The following is the filter componants and method used by a successful swing trader that was posted on another site. I thought it looked interesting and wanted to see if any of the programers out there would take a swing at making it into a clickable filter. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks

My swing trades only use three pieces of data: price, volume, and time. Absolutely no fundamental information at all.

Filter #1: Price is above $15 and average volume (90 days) is above 20,000 shares traded daily.

Filter #2: Price is above simple moving average (30).

Filter #3: On Balance Volume has been increasing for the last 30 days.

Filter #4: RSI(5) is below 70.

Filter #5: The price has been decreasing for at least 1 day (I prefer 3 to 4 days) prior to entry.

Filter #6: The stop-loss area (exit) must be within 2% of the entry price. The chart must offer me an easily recognizable and identifiable exit ( area, 10 day MA, 30 day MA, flags and pennant patterns are best). I look for rising bottoms, symetrical rising trends, higher highs and higher lows. This is done with visual observation of the chart in multiple time frames.

From these 6 filters I usually have a list of 50 to 100 stocks in my watch list for the trading day. Takes me about an hour per day.

After the first hour of the trading day (10:30am) I load up my watch list in real time. I cross off any stocks that are red (going down). I cross off any stocks that are up more than 2% from yesterday's close (too high). This usually leaves me with about 15 to 30 names that are tradeable that day. They are in my "sweet spot" with a justificable risk/reward potential.

Filter #7: I check each of the 15 to 30 names on my list by sector and industry. I cross off any names whose sectors and industry are not rising and beating the S&P 500 within multiple time frames (1 week, 1 month, 2 month) Now I might have 10 to 15 names.

I take the 10 to 15 names and note duplication of industries within these names. I compare each stock against the ones in the same industry by relative strength within multiple time frames (1 week, 1 month, 2 months).

I buy the strongest name in that industry. Once I enter the stock I never exit the same day.

General Discussion · POLITICS GOES HERE
msg #108061
9/15/2012 8:08:24 PM

Interesting tidbit found in my email inbox:


This is one of the most profound messages that can be put out to the public. My respect for Lloyd Marcus is great. He is truly an American Patriot!! If a white person said what Mr. Marcus says here, there would be an immediate and overwhelming backlash from the media and others. I agree with his sentiments and statements. I would ask you to read it and share it - unless you don't agree with his analysis. And if you don't agree, then may you be blessed with the results of getting what you wanted.

A Black man's point of view.
By Lloyd Marcus

Like millions of my fellow Americans, I am outraged, devastated and extremely angry by the democrat's unbelievable arrogance and disdain for We The People. Despite our screaming "no" from the rooftops, they forced Obamacare down our throats. Please forgive me for using the following old but crude saying, because it is very appropriate to describe what has happened. "Don't piss on me and tell me it's raining."

Democrats say their mission is to give all Americans health care. The democrats are lying. Signing Obamacare into law against our will and the mandates of the Constitution is tyranny and step one of their hideous goal of having as many Americans as possible dependent on government, thus controlling our lives and fulfilling Obama's promise to fundamentally transform America .

I keep asking myself. How did our government move so far from the normal procedures of getting things done? Could a white president have so successfully pulled off shredding the Constitution to further his agenda? I think not.

Ironically, proving America is completely the opposite of the evil racist country they relentlessly accuse her of being, progressives used America 's goodness, guilt and sense of fair play against her. In their quest to destroy America as we know it, progressives borrowed a brilliant scheme from Greek mythology. They offered America a modern day Trojan Horse, a beautifully crafted golden shiny new black man as a presidential candidate. Democrat Joe Biden lauded Obama as the first clean and articulate African American candidate. Democrat Harry Reid said Obama only uses a black dialect when he wants.

White America relished the opportunity to vote for a black man naively believing they would never suffer the pain of being called racist again. Black Americans viewed casting their vote for Obama as the ultimate Affirmative Action for America 's sins of the past.

Then there were the entitlement loser voters who said, "I'm votin' for the black dude who promises to take from those rich SOBs and give to me."

Just as the deceived Trojans dragged the beautifully crafted Trojan Horse into Troy as a symbol of their victory, deceived Americans embraced the progressive's young, handsome, articulate and so called moderate black presidential candidate as a symbol of their liberation from accusations of being a racist nation. Also like the Trojan Horse, Obama was filled with the enemy hiding inside.

Sunday, March 21, 2010, a secret door opened in Obama, the shiny golden black man. A raging army of ultra-liberal democrats charged out. Without mercy, they began their vicious bloody slaughter of every value, freedom and institution we Americans hold dear; launching the end of America as we know it.

Wielding swords of votes reeking with the putrid odor of back door deals, the democrats landed a severe blow to America and individual rights by passing Obamacare.

The mainstream liberal media has been relentlessly badgering the Tea Party movement with accusations of racism. Because I am a black tea party patriot, I am bombarded with interviewers asking me the same veiled question. "Why are you siding with these white racists against America 's first African American president?" I defend my fellow patriots who are white stating,"These patriots do not give a hoot about Obama's skin color. They simply love their country and oppose his radical agenda. Obama's race is not an issue."

But recently, I have come to believe that perhaps I am wrong about Obama's race not being an issue. In reality, Obama's presidency has everything to do with racism, but not from right wing fringe groups or the Tea Party movement. Progressives and Obama have exploited his race from the rookie senator's virtually unchallenged congressional and presidential campaigns to his unprecedented bullying of America into Obamacare. Obama's race trumped all normal investigative journalism and media scrutiny of him as a presidential candidate and most recently even the Constitution of the United States . Obamacare forces all Americans to purchase health care - which is clearly unconstitutional.

No white president could get away with boldly and arrogantly thwarting the will of the American people, ignoring laws, and bypassing the constitution. President Clinton tried universal health care. President Bush tried social security reform. The American people said "No" to both proposals and it was the end of it.

So how can Obama get away with giving the American people "the finger?" The answer: He is black.

The mainstream media continues to portray all who oppose Obama in any way as racist. Despite a list of failed policies, overreaches into the private sector, executive orders which violate existing law and the Constitution, and carefully crafted but destructive legislation too numerous to mention in this article, many Americans are following the lead of the media and still fearful of criticizing our first black president. Incredible.

My fellow Americans, do not continue to allow yourselves to be "played" and intimidated by Obama's race or the historical context of his presidency. If we are to saveAmerica , the greatest nation on the planet, Obama must be defeated.

General Discussion · POLITICS GOES HERE
msg #107998
9/10/2012 7:08:40 PM

Curtis..... you are right. You vote your beliefs and your convictions. Nobody is gonna try to change your mind. Thats what makes this country so great, the ability to agree to disagree. Many have paid the untimate price for folks like you to believe what you want, say what you want, and hear only what you want to hear.

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