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Filter Exchange · BOLLINGER BAND HELP
murknd
msg #35117
2/12/2005 1:25:22 PM

the first part of your equation is simply the bollinger width(20) and this is a standard SF indicator - the SMA(20)is the mid point of the bollinger width, so this equation I think will always yield 50% - I'm not sure what your trying to do, but look at the bollinger %B(20) which is a measure of where the close is within the bollinger bands


General Discussion · How do you filter out mutual funds from results?
murknd
msg #35068
2/5/2005 9:29:31 AM

Also try Historical Volatility(100,1) below 25 to filter out almost all funds and trusts.


Announcements · New Feature: Ignore List
murknd
msg #34188
11/30/2004 9:20:14 AM

thanks!!


Announcements · New Feature: Ignore List
murknd
msg #34169
11/28/2004 11:34:54 PM

SF - Any response to my question? - D


General Discussion · Bollinger Band Squeeze
murknd
msg #34126
11/25/2004 1:13:23 PM

All,

I've been working squeeze filters for sometime now and have tried numerous (read many, many, many). I'm currently down to 4 which I'll post here. You can change; close range, volume % increase, day change % increase, etc. for increasing / decreasing the number of hits. Together, these replicate closely smallcapcenter scans (although as muddy indicates, smallcapcenter.com scans are very powerful - I'm adding hits from smallcapcenter to a watchlist and then filtering for pullback (see below)). I've found the key to filtering for these breakouts (Dick, I assume you mean ZICA on 9/20-21) to be 13(ema) xover on increased volume and usually a touch of the UBB. If they continue to break (walk the ubb) then entering on pullback to UBB is good. If they do not continue to break (or they run out of gas) then watch for pullback to and support at ema(13) or sma(20) on much decreased volume. Also, a great pullback signal is very low (near zero) fast stochastic(5,3) %K or near zero rsi(2) - (doesn't happen too often, but what I've seen is pretty strong - eg SWYC on Wednesday - TBD on whether or not it bounces). So here they are - enjoy - improvements/comments welcome!!!

D

Fetcher[volume 300% above average volume(90) and average volume(90) above 50000 and close between 0.45 and 8 and count(close below ema(13),3) equal 1 and close above ema(13) and day change above 0 and volume above volume 1 day ago]



Fetcher[day change above 20% and close between 0.45 and 8 and close above ema(13) and average volume(90) above 50000]



Fetcher[bollinger width(20) 1 day ago less than bollinger width(20) 2 days ago and bollinger width(20) greater than bollinger width(20) 1 day ago and count(high above upper bollinger band(20),2) above 0.1 and slope of upper bollinger band(20) 1 day ago below 0 and slope of lower bollinger band(20) 1 day ago above 0 and close between 0.45 and 8 and volume above 100000 and average volume(90) above 100000 and volume above volume 1 day ago]



Fetcher[close above ema(13) and count(close below ema(13),3) equal 1 and high above upper bollinger band(20) and close between 0.45 and 8 and volume above 100000 and average volume(90) above 100000 and volume above volume 1 day ago]





Announcements · New Feature: Ignore List
murknd
msg #33639
10/23/2004 11:43:26 AM

Nice feature - do the number of matches then include or exclude the ignored list?

D


Filter Exchange · Fast Stoch(5,3) %K %D
murknd
msg #30692
1/16/2004 9:15:17 PM

try (adjust close and volume as you like) ...

Fetcher[Show stocks where slow stoch(5) %K is below 25 and slow stoch(5) %K 1 day ago is below slow stoch(5) %K 2 days ago and slow stoch(5) %K is above slow stoch(5) %K 1 day ago and average volume(90) is above 100000 and close is between 1 and 10]



D


Filter Exchange · great bottom fisher filter taking strength and finding bottoms
murknd
msg #29817
11/11/2003 10:28:13 PM

sorry about that - here are the matches

days matches
60 17
50 15
40 11
30 7
20 5
10 4


Filter Exchange · great bottom fisher filter taking strength and finding bottoms
murknd
msg #29816
11/11/2003 10:22:19 PM

Avery, HG,

I don't see the logic of checking for RSI(2) >99 for the past 60 days when you're looking for a 10% price drop in the last one day - it seems this alone would have the greatest effect on RSI < 5 NOT the number of days it happended to be above 99 - as an example for today's data as a function of the number of days you check for RSI(2)>99 here's the number of matches

days matches
60 17
50 15
40 30
30 7
20 5
10 4

Is the inference that the greater the number of days RSI(2) >99 then the harder the fall and the greater probability of a bounce - or what?

I'm in this "RSI(2)<5 means everything" and it's much less important how it got there and what the history is.

D


Filter Exchange · PARABOLIC SAR, THINK OUTSIDE THE BANDS!!
murknd
msg #29227
10/9/2003 11:00:36 PM

Try this variation on PSAR xover:

Fetcher[RSI(15) reached a new 30 day low and RSI(2) reached a new 30 day low and RSI(5) reached a new 30 day low and parabolic sar crossed above close within the last 10 days and close is between 0.1 and 10 and average volume(90) is above 100000]




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