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General Discussion · chart peoples !
maxreturn
msg #37078
7/26/2005 6:08:18 PM

Hrosas, I am intrigued by your strategy of selling put spreads. Would you mind sharing a little more detail? Specifically I'm wondering: 1) How far out of the money do you go? 2) How far out in time do you go? 3) When do you take a position (timing signal, test of support...etc). Thanks in advance.


Filter Exchange · Need help writing a filter for tight trading range
maxreturn
msg #37054
7/25/2005 12:34:12 PM

Here's one way to go about it

[set{20dh, high 20 day high}
set{20dl, low 20 day low}
set{x, 20dh divided by 20dl}
set{mv, x - 1}
show stocks where mv below .1 and add column mv and average volume(50) above 1000000]


General Discussion · force index
maxreturn
msg #36333
6/14/2005 6:53:54 PM

Hello Meir. This will work if you state "draw alrt" instead of "draw alert". Needs to match your "set" command.

Regards
Chuck


General Discussion · Breakout System Close In top 25%
maxreturn
msg #35092
2/8/2005 11:55:05 AM

Optionmaster, click on the index link and check out the "Day Position" phrase.

Regards
Chuck


General Discussion · Why not OTCBB?
maxreturn
msg #35047
2/2/2005 9:03:05 AM

Thanks again Rumpled One. My method trades off weekly charts and basically looks for stocks that have been beaten down, the weekly ranges are drying up, and weekly momentum indicators are rising. My filter picked up APYM the week of 11/22/04 just prior to a major advance. Would you mind looking at a weekly chart of APYM? My thinking based on your last post is that I could have probably gotten a decent fill on the buy side but would need to sell on the way up while the volume was still heavy? If your style was to trade of weekly charts the way I do, where have you looked to sell? Many thanks for all your help!

Best Regards
Chuck


General Discussion · Why not OTCBB?
maxreturn
msg #35041
2/1/2005 3:02:47 PM

Thanks rumpled one. A followup question...In doing more research I've discovered that one cannot place a limit order for stocks traded on the OTCBB. My assumption is that the bid-ask spreads can be ridiculous on the more thinly traded stocks but that it would be more manageable on the more heavily traded stocks. From reading your posts I know you're one of the more experienced traders here. Would appreciate your feedback on what the typical bid-ask spreads at given levels of daily volume. What minimum volume levels do you require to trade a stock? thank you!

Chuck


General Discussion · Why not OTCBB?
maxreturn
msg #35035
2/1/2005 8:14:21 AM

I am a newbie to stockfetcher but not to trading stocks. I am working on some filters to capitalize on the volatility of lower priced stocks but have read mixed reviews on trading OTCBB. Would appreciate some feedback from those who have experience trading lower priced stocks as to the pitfalls. Thank you!



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