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General Discussion · Easy way to swing trade and make good returns
msg #41412
2/20/2006 7:13:19 AM

You might try a similar approach but wait for a pull back. I like to use the linear regression slope feature in SF as a guide. Check for stocks that hit a N month high several days ago and see if they have declined any recently. If they come down to the lower linear regression line they usually bounce off it and go back up. Take a look at DTV for an example of the patter. Put draw linear regression(45,1.0) on in your settings. Then write a filter to replicate that pattern. If you really want a kick, compare DTV to DIA and you will notice a similarity of pattern. Use comparative relative strength(dia,45) in your settings and filter for whenever it is ascending.

This is a swing trade approach.

General Discussion · Looking for new broker..
msg #41411
2/20/2006 7:02:06 AM

Just force-switched from Harrisdirect to E-trade. IMO a step backwards. I find that on high activity mornings e-trade basically shuts down, takes minutes to execute transactions. Customer service is crap. And their trading interface is a joke.

Far as I'm concerned they're still standing outside the building throwing rocks.

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