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General Discussion · VERRY BULLISH CANDLE PATTERN ON WEEKLY CHART
mystiq
msg #99114
2/15/2011 3:34:44 AM

very intersting...will keep a close watch on it. NOW it looks like it is waiting to move when noone looks.

General Discussion · VERRY BULLISH CANDLE PATTERN ON WEEKLY CHART
mystiq
msg #99048
2/11/2011 8:43:35 PM

---whatever it is...it looks tradeable!

Filter Exchange · PORTFOLIO SELECTION AND MANAGEMENT USING RISK/REWARD RATIOS
mystiq
msg #99014
modified
2/10/2011 10:55:27 PM

???

General Discussion · ROI(%) = 4,372,537%
mystiq
msg #98895
modified
2/3/2011 10:02:21 PM

Fetcher[
close < 0.019
and Average Volume(20) above 500000
close above ema(100)
close above ema(200)
volume > average volume(20) 1 day ago
volume > average volume(5) 1 day ago
volume > volume 1 day ago
high new 6 month high

and ema(100) > ma(100)
and ema(200) > ma(200)
draw ma(200)

]





Filter Exchange · Dow 30 stocks -- overbought?
mystiq
msg #98872
2/3/2011 3:32:47 AM

?

Filter Exchange · Dow 30 stocks -- overbought?
mystiq
msg #98871
modified
2/2/2011 11:58:44 PM

jimvin
msg #98868
- Ignore jimvin 2/2/2011 4:45:48 PM

Short answer, "Yes" according to some techical analysts.

More comples answer; here's a link that offers a brief but detailed discussion:

http://www.thedowjonesclimax.com/

Un-asked question: Does it matter?

My response to the latter would be: It depends on your filter(s) and your trading style. Most of the filters I use are robust, so on the whole they return decent positive gains (3% to 5%) even when the market moves down. My trading style is buy on Monday at open and sell before Friday at 3:30, with a set 5% stop-loss. Longer-term traders and/or those using more sensitive filters may find that this technical indicator has more impact on their strategy.
===
~went to site and started SF code for The Climax Indicator & the Net Field Indicator

*but cannot TOTAL the Climax Indicator(clx) or Net Field Indicator(nfi) as a column STAT...any suggestions are welcome (-.-)*

..also for SHORT INTEREST checkout www.nasdaq.com/quotes/short-interest.aspx

Fetcher[
set{ba, count(obv > obv 1 day ago high,1)}
set{bd, count(obv < obv 1 day ago low,1)}
set{clx, ba - bd}


set{rt, count(obv increasing for the last 3 days,1)}
set{ft, count(obv decreasing for the last 3 days,1)}
set{nfi, rt - ft}

set{ma200, count(price cross ma(200),1)}
set{ma200nr, count(price approaching ma(200),1)}
market is djia
add column clx
add column nfi
add column ma200
add column ma200nr

draw obv
draw ma(200)
]



data: 02/02/11 CLI->guage short-term technical strength-8 NFI->guage long-term technical strength+7

General Discussion · Individual stock indicator in the program
mystiq
msg #98856
2/2/2011 2:51:53 AM

try using weekly rsi(5) instead of rsi(14)

Filter Exchange · Do the K.I.S.S. Method and be Happy
mystiq
msg #98537
1/11/2011 1:01:39 AM

..or just watch price action off support and resistance

Filter Exchange · pocket pivot buy point
mystiq
msg #98477
modified
1/7/2011 2:21:37 AM

**tuned up the first filter** to include price around 9ema to find better pocket pivots in a "base", also closing in top end of day within a uptrend ...and don't forget the narrow range ;-) --->pkpivot9<--- MUST be "9" for pocket pivots (-.-)



Fetcher[
set{xppb,high 10 day high}
set{yppb,low 10 day low}


set{negday, count(day change < 0,1)}
set{nvol, negday * volume}
add column nvol 10 day high


set{ppb, count(volume > nvol 10 day high,1)}
set{ppb1, count(day change > 0,1)}
set{ppb2, count(price <= r1,1)}
set{ppb3, count(price >= s1,1)}
set{ppb4, count(Close is above Day Position(0.55,1),1)}
set{ppb5, count(price approaching MA(50),1)}
set{ppb6, count(price is above MA(200),1)}
set{ppb7, count(price approaching ema(9),1)}
set{ppb8, count(high is below xppb for last 10 days,1)}
set{ppb9, count(low is above yppb for last 10 days,1)}
add column ppb
add column ppb1
add column ppb2
add column ppb3
add column ppb4
add column ppb5
add column ppb6
add column ppb7
add column ppb8
add column ppb9

set{mash, ppb + ppb1}2
set{mash1, mash + ppb2}3
set{mash2, mash1 + ppb3}4

set{mash3, mash2 + ppb4}5

set{mash4, mash3 + ppb5}6
set{mash5, mash4 + ppb7}7
set{mash6, mash5 + ppb8}8
set{mash7, mash6 + ppb9}9

add column mash7{pkpivot9}

draw MA(50)
add column atr(10)
volume >= 300000
draw MA(10)
]






General Discussion · draw pivot lines
mystiq
msg #98457
1/6/2011 2:07:54 AM

mahkoh
msg #97975
- Ignore mahkoh
modified 12/12/2010 1:14:20 PM

I've enhanced the monthly filter a bit so that all I need to do is change the date offset and the number of trading days to look back each first of the month. The date offset affects the whole filter, therefore I use it as my global filter instead of embedding it in my regular filters.
However, if I run the filter by itself and click "debug" it shows a number of syntax errors. I cannot figure out what is wrong, does anyone have an idea?


*good idea for monthly data* will work on a mothly DOJI

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