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General Discussion · What's the hype on VWAP all about?
nibor100
msg #154751
11/25/2020 7:43:06 PM

I decided to try a 30 day trial of Trading View Pro+ monthly, instead of opting for the Black Friday sale prices that are only good thru this Friday.

As soon as I logged into my 30 day trial and checked my account & billing section, I was offered an Early Bird offer, which was identical to all of the black Friday sale prices offered by TradingView, but apparently is good for the entire duration of my 30 day trial, (Looks like a lot! of features to try out in 30 days...)

Might be of interest to some,
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Exclude watchlist?
nibor100
msg #154742
11/24/2020 1:38:45 PM

Something that might help smooth out the process would be to use a filter similar to the one below, that when run will list all of the stocks in all of your watchlists, in the results, making it very easy to ignore them all at one time with just a couple of clicks.

Ed S.

apply to watchlist(watchlistname1, watchlistname2,watchlistname3,...)

Filter Exchange · can you do this in stockfetcher
nibor100
msg #154713
11/22/2020 5:26:56 AM

Is the below filter close to what you are looking for?

Thanks,
Ed S.

Fetcher[
set{var1, ma(200) - low} and draw var1
add column var1 52 week high

close > 50
draw low 52 week low and draw ma(200)
chart-time is 1 year
]



Filter Exchange · Help with filter
nibor100
msg #154699
11/20/2020 1:33:37 PM

I suspect that SF data vendor has some anomalous historical data that is affecting the charts in some weird fashion as there was a large reverse stock split for Gush in Mar 2020 and the data starts getting strange around Mar 20th for Gush. If you add column for the variable slb and also draw slb you'll notice the column values starts diverging from the slb drawn values after mar 20th.

That's my guess...
Ed S.

General Discussion · Do you see what is wrong??
nibor100
msg #154675
11/19/2020 2:13:14 PM

If you use a different number of standard deviations in each one as the 2nd parameter, it looks like you can see all 4 lines.

make it
draw bollinger band (20,2)
draw bollinger band (10,1)

and you should get an idea of what would be drawn.

Ed S.

General Discussion · Do you see what is wrong??
nibor100
msg #154674
11/19/2020 2:03:20 PM

And to make it more confusing the upper band color for the BB(20) is being used for the upper band line for the BB(10), seems very odd.....

Ed S.

General Discussion · Do you see what is wrong??
nibor100
msg #154673
11/19/2020 1:59:24 PM

I'm getting two BBs but one of them is missing its upper band line.

Appears that the upper band line for the BB(20) is missing for some unknown reason.

Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Started as a rotation filter -- enjoy
nibor100
msg #154669
11/19/2020 9:42:54 AM

I was curious about the results anomaly you guys have been seeing and this morning at 9:25, when I ran the original filter and my 2 day back filter version, SF was not returning any stocks for the past 5 days.

When I ran them 2 minutes later both versions were returning results for the latest 4 of those 5 days.

So there does seem to be some kind of SF issue in the running of those 2 filters.

Ed S.



Filter Exchange · Help with Filter
nibor100
msg #154620
11/14/2020 1:09:38 PM

SF has usually enforces a 1 year limit/252 day limit on filter criteria even though it uses more history data to calculate long period moving averages.
So try this one below and note you'll have to go back a few days to find a hit:

Fetcher[
Price is near MA(300)

exchange is not OTCBB and exchange is not ETF and exchange is not AMEX and volume is above 1,000,000 and price is between 15 and 1000

/*add column*/ count(price > ma(300),250) > 249
draw ma(300)
]



General Discussion · Stop loss sell orders
nibor100
msg #154617
11/14/2020 11:23:32 AM

@Cheese,

I'm assuming Mac got in around Nov 2, at ~$1.71 if he used Guppy's for his decision.

Fast stochastics have been around quite a while; is there something about "Muddy Wallman's fast stochastic fast %k(14)" that makes it special, as either an entry or exit criteria for a stock?

Thanks,
Ed S.

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