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General Discussion ·  Any site/Data Co. to get historical bid/ask intraday??
dmindy
msg #35425
3/23/2005 10:50:15 AM

Did you find this data?

I checked both places and cant find it.

I would also like to get intra day price data for a couple days back.


General Discussion · 5 year average EPS
dmindy
msg #54742
9/12/2007 9:22:24 AM

Is there an easy way to get an average of an indicator over a long period?
An example would be a 5 year average of EPS.
I'm sure it could be done with A LOT of "set" variables... but I was hoping for something more like...

Avg EPS(5)

or something?

General Discussion · 5 year average EPS
dmindy
msg #54747
9/12/2007 1:19:16 PM

Darn.
Thanks though.

General Discussion · A filter that works.
dmindy
msg #27419
7/17/2003 11:53:31 AM

2 quick questions.

1) You're using the MACD Histogram? Divergance?
2) Yousaid your looking for ones that are bottoming out.
Do your picks have to have a MACD below 0 and turning up or just turning up?


Filter Exchange · Another "How do I" thread... :)
dmindy
msg #32620
7/19/2004 1:50:15 PM

Ok.. I think I've seen something like this before but it's been awhile since I've played with creating filters.
I'm trying to get a real quick idea of where a reasonable stop may be set.
So I'd like to find a way to get the average intraday price drop for a stock.

Ex:
Throughout the day a stop price is going to rise and fall.
I'd like to get an idea of how drastically it falls on average.
(maybe a moving day type average)

And of course the opposite (how drastically does the price shoot up throughout the day) would be handy if your setting stops for a short.


... does any of that make sense?


Filter Exchange · are you guys paying attention i gave you the worlds best filter
dmindy
msg #27075
6/25/2003 9:41:22 PM

ok everyone... step back a minute here.

I'm not commenting on the filter.. maybe it is the best ever, I never ran it but PLEASE keep in mind...

"date offset 30" does NOT give you a good backtest for "periods of thirty days". All it does is give you what happened this last 30 day period.

In order to get that you'd need to test for thirty day periods starting at various dates in the past. Stockfetcher can't do that (as of yet).

If you bump it up and do a date offset 60 or 280 (or whatever) the percentages reflect what happened from that date until NOW. Also not a good back test.

The only way to back test for thirty days via stockfetcher is to do a date offset 30 every day for a year or two AND THEN report the results. Not very effective.

Date offset gives you a GREAT "rough starting point" for possible winning filters but shouldn't be your only source of "back testing"

There are plenty of good filters, and given enough time (20 days, 30 days, a thousand whatever) most of them will look awesome.

Practice Due diligence before labeling something a 100% winner.


Filter Exchange · best 1 month filter is and if you backtest it you will be amazed
dmindy
msg #27076
6/25/2003 9:43:11 PM

ok everyone... step back a minute here.

I'm not commenting on the filter.. maybe it is the best ever, I never ran it but PLEASE keep in mind...

"date offset 30" does NOT give you a good backtest for "periods of thirty days". All it does is give you what happened this last 30 day period.

In order to get that you'd need to test for thirty day periods starting at various dates in the past. Stockfetcher can't do that (as of yet).

If you bump it up and do a date offset 60 or 280 (or whatever) the percentages reflect what happened from that date until NOW. Also not a good back test.

The only way to back test for thirty days via stockfetcher is to do a date offset 30 every day for a year or two AND THEN report the results. Not very effective.

Date offset gives you a GREAT "rough starting point" for possible winning filters but shouldn't be your only source of "back testing"

There are plenty of good filters, and given enough time (20 days, 30 days, a thousand whatever) most of them will look awesome.

Practice Due diligence before labeling something a 100% winner.


Filter Exchange · Bollinger Band Squeeze
dmindy
msg #27112
6/28/2003 2:25:39 PM

Hi all,

I've been playing around with this idea for some time. Here's what I came up with.
They don't generate nearly as many results but they do eliminate losers.

You can see they get more and more restrictive. Fewer losers in each, but fewer returns and winners as well.

Maybe a Hybrid of ig0r's and one of these would do well??

Fetcher[Show stocks where close is between .25 and 5 and average volume(90) is above 50000 and Bollinger Width (20) reached a new 1 month low 3 weeks ago and bollinger Oscillator(20) has been increasing the past 3 days and price touched upper bollinger band(20) and date offset is 15]



Fetcher[Show stocks where close is between .25 and 5 and average volume(90) is above 50000 and Bollinger Width (20) reached a new 1 month low 3 weeks ago and bollinger Oscillator(20) has been increasing the past 3 days and price touched upper bollinger band(20) the past 3 days and FI(15) above 0 and OBV has been increasing the past 2 days and date offset 15]



Fetcher[Show stocks where close is between .25 and 5 and average volume(90) is above 50000 and Bollinger Width (20) reached a new 1 month low 3 weeks ago and bollinger Oscillator(20) has been increasing the past 3 days and price touched upper bollinger band(20) the past 3 days and FI(15) above 0 and OBV has been increasing the past 2 days and ADX(14) crossed above -DI(14) withiin the past 1 week and date offset 15]




Whuddya think??
dmindy


Filter Exchange · Bollinger Band Squeeze
dmindy
msg #27113
6/28/2003 2:26:55 PM

Ooops forgot to remove the date offset.

You'll want to remove that if you want to get current results of course.


Filter Exchange · Bollinger Band Squeeze
dmindy
msg #27136
6/29/2003 8:34:09 PM

Yeah Force Index is a Very cool indicator!





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