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General Discussion · Guppy Investigations
nibor100
msg #149620
11/17/2019 11:27:46 AM

@Mactheriverrat,

So I get in my truck, outside Buffalo Wild Wings this past Thursday night, after having some beers with my softball team, and turn on my radio which was still on the CNBC station from earlier in the day, and lo and behold they are doing some kind of chart review segment with Darryl Guppy!

No mention of his Guppy MMAs while I was listening, however. Then I switched over to Classic Rock.

He still has a pretty thick accent.

Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Need some help calculating
nibor100
msg #149561
11/8/2019 5:28:14 PM

@ksk8,

Try this one and let me know.
Thanks,
Ed S.

Fetcher[
/* KSK8: Attempting to find stocks that have a day range (high-low) that is in between 70 - 90 percent of the 13-week range. */
/* The big candle */

set{13wl,low 13 week low 1 day ago}
set{13wh,high 13 week high 1 day ago}
set{13wr,13wh - 13wl }
/*add column 13wr one day ago*/
set{13wr1, .3*13wr } add column 13wr1
set{13wr2, .7*13wr } add column 13wr2

set{13wlmin,13wl + 13wr1} add column 13wlmin
set{13whmin,13wl + 13wr2} add column 13whmin

set{DayRange,high - low}

set{PercentDayRange,dayrange / 13wr }

PercentDayRange > .70
PercentDayRange < .90

set{highst, count(high > 13wh,1)} add column highst add column high
set{lowst, count(low < 13wl,1)} add column lowst add column low
set{lowNGT, count(low less than or equal to 13wlmin ,1)} add column lowngt
set{highNLT, count(high greater than or equal to 13whmin ,1)} add column highnlt

set{hightest,highst * lowngt} add column hightest
set{lowtest,lowst * highnlt} add column lowtest
set{finaltest,hightest + lowtest}
add column finaltest > 0

/* The setup, edit/omit this part to find your setup */
/*average volume(30) > 123456*/
close > open
/*close > high 30 day high 1 day ago*/
chart-time is 14 weeks
do not draw percentdayrange
do not draw high 30 day high /*1 day ago*/
/* Debugging */
draw high 13 week high on plot close
draw low 13 week low on plot close
add column 13wl
add column 13wh
add column 13wr
add column DayRange
add column PercentDayRange
]



Filter Exchange · Need some help calculating
nibor100
msg #149558
11/8/2019 12:14:39 PM

@ksk8,

body of candle or entire candle including wick is to be inside 70 to 90% of 13 wk hi-lo range?

When I look at BEAT on Nov 6th part of its wick is above the prior 13 wk hi so I think it doesn't qualify as a candle you want to see.

Thanks,
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Need some help calculating
nibor100
msg #149557
11/8/2019 11:03:57 AM

Yes that’s what I suspected u really wanted.

Thanks,
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Need some help calculating
nibor100
msg #149555
11/8/2019 10:13:50 AM

@ksk8,

I made some changes to xarlor's filter to adjust for your last question as you can see further below:

However, I'm not sure these filters are giving you quite the results you are looking for in all cases.
For example, look at the below filter run 1 day ago for result stock FAGI. The large candle is completely above all of the 13 week High Low history so it doesn't really encompass 70% to 90%.

It's total range is just 76% of the 13 week high-low range mathematically.

Ed S.

Fetcher[
/* KSK8: Attempting to find stocks that have a day range (high-low) that is in between 70 - 90 percent of the 13-week range. */

/* The big candle */

set{13wl,low 13 week low 1 day ago}
set{13wh,high 13 week high 1 day ago}
set{13wr,13wh - 13wl }
/*add column 13wr one day ago*/

set{DayRange,high - low}

set{PercentDayRange,dayrange / 13wr }

PercentDayRange > .70
PercentDayRange < .90

/* The setup, edit/omit this part to find your setup */

average volume(30) > 123456
close > open
close > high 30 day high 1 day ago
chart-time is 14 weeks
do not draw percentdayrange
do not draw high 30 day high /*1 day ago*/
/* Debugging */
draw high 13 week high on plot close
draw low 13 week low on plot close
add column 13wl
add column 13wh
add column 13wr
add column DayRange
add column PercentDayRange
]



General Discussion · Making a Resistance Column
nibor100
msg #149524
11/3/2019 1:43:43 PM

It sure is strange.

1. I noticed that many of the stocks in your filter results with -99,999,997,952 don't have a resistance line drawn on their charts so that could be one reason why.

However, others with resistance lines have the -99,999,997,952.

2. If I add
add column Resistance(65,10,0)
add column Resistance(45,10,0)

to your filter I get more of the resistance values but still lots of -99,999,997,952 you probably need to email SF on this one...
Ed S.



General Discussion · The reports of my demise are greatly exaggerated
nibor100
msg #149523
11/2/2019 11:08:06 PM

@Graf,

I know a couple of older handball players that recently underwent shoulder replacements and both turned out well and were able to come back to playing tournament level handball in their age group divisions pain free.

Ed S.

Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Filters
nibor100
msg #149477
10/28/2019 1:56:15 PM

@karennma,

Thanks for clearing up why you believe Weinstein method lags the Guppy method as the 2nd chart you posted explains a lot regarding your claim.

a. By the way, your chart is not displaying the normal Guppy moving avg groups and even so there does not seem to be any significant downward crossover of your Guppy-like moving avg groups on your chart on Sep 12th.

b. There does seem to be a signal to go short on sep 12th in one of the lower chart panels labeled "cntcmadma8abovecmadma8b". Unfortunately, since no filter accompanies your chart I'm not sure what is the derivation of that particular signal.

Ed S.

Stock Picks and Trading · Weinstein Filters
nibor100
msg #149431
10/26/2019 4:46:11 PM

Can someone post some evidence of this "lag" for the Weinstein approach vs no lag for the Guppy approach?

a. Also, if one is using Guppy in a non-standard fashion, to reduce lag, please include those details; as points of entry defined in Guppy's book and what I suspect are being used by various SFers are probably very different and clearly could "eliminate lag" but also not be as statistically effective as Guppy's intended approach.

b. Secondly, assuming we are all referring to lag in entering Weinstein Stage 2 trades and that following the Guppy method gets you into those particular stocks earlier, please show how often that Guppy approach gets you into stocks that don't end up ever getting into Weinstein Stage 2.

c. Or explain it in more detail using your own methods,

Thanks,
Ed S.



General Discussion · Filter out prior day results
nibor100
msg #149418
10/25/2019 2:11:03 PM

Here's an alternative to consider without a set statement for those with the basic subscriptions and longer filters.
:
Ed S.

Fetcher[
symlist(msft,aapl)
ma(3) 1 day ago is less than or equal to ma(7) 1 day ago
ma(3) > ma(7)

/* for debugging add column ma(3) 1 day ago
add column ma(7) 1 day ago
add column ma(3)
add column ma(7)*/
]



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