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Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
no4j
msg #26575
5/22/2003 5:20:24 AM

Been thinking more. You can also make sure the last 3 days were red candles by adding the following criteria: close 2 days ago was under open 2 days ago and close 1 day ago was under open 1 day ago and close was under open.


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
no4j
msg #26574
5/22/2003 4:49:24 AM

Been thinking. The criteria for the days candle is: AND PRICE TOUCHED LOWER BOLLINGER BAND(20). If we want to include stocks that really went way down, why not use: AND LOW IS BELOW LOWER BOLLINGER BAND(20). This would include stocks whose entire candle was below the LBB and did not even touch it. There aren't a lot of those, but they can be good ones and they are being missed by this filter.


General Discussion · Income Tax Reporting
no4j
msg #26542
5/18/2003 8:09:25 AM

How do you day traders file your stock activity on your Federal Income Tax return? I use Turbo Tax and it requires me to manually enter every equity sell. Seems to me there should be some way of entering a summary without listing each transaction separately. Or at least a tax program that allows such an entry. Help!!!!


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
no4j
msg #26481
5/12/2003 8:45:05 AM

Wallman....I'm still using your system with great success. Thank you very much. I have one more question, though. The object here is short term profits. If you have a stock that climbs above the certer BB line, you move the stop to 3%. What if that stock straight-lines and never gets stopped out but also never wants to get the RSI up to 75? How long will you keep looking at it before you dump it? Or does it ever really get like that? If a stock get to be 15 days old or so, I would think you would want to take your profit and move on. Wachuthink?


Filter Exchange · +DI(14) and -DI(14) difference
no4j
msg #26465
5/10/2003 12:33:15 AM

Partial fix: Show stocks where DI(14) Difference is less than 4


General Discussion · Just Buy It!
no4j
msg #26463
5/9/2003 11:34:50 PM

How bout this for an impressive screen. Show stocks where close tomorrow gained 20 percent over close today.


General Discussion · Just Buy It!
no4j
msg #26435
5/7/2003 9:25:32 PM

Noah.....I'd love to see that filter too! Thanks for the limit order advice. I'll start putting the limit at the last price instead of the bid.


General Discussion · Just Buy It!
no4j
msg #26402
5/5/2003 2:31:01 PM

I wonder if any of you are afflicted with the same desease that has got me by the mouse clicker. When my setups are telling me to buy, I just can't help myself from putting a limit on the order at the bid price. Really stupid. I lose about a third of them. Is there a cure for this? I've heard there is but I just can't do it.


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
no4j
msg #26365
5/2/2003 7:31:07 AM

Wallman, Still another question (you've really got something going here). One requirement of the screen is that the price touches the bottom BB. What if the day range is entirely below the band? Is this a stock you would not want to deal with? Oh, about the over $10 stocks. I am paper trading with stocks up to $20. Just trying to see the difference in volatility. And I agree, paper trading is NOT like the real thing. Many people paper trade well but lose discipline when the cash is on the line.


Filter Exchange · bollinger bands
no4j
msg #26356
5/1/2003 10:14:08 PM

Me again. I just turned on the Volume indicator color option in IQCharts. I didn't even know I could do that! Makes it a lot easier. The scan doesn't return the same stocks as stockfetcher does. I'm working on the scan to try and figure out what the diff is. I simply missed the part about moving the trailer up before it hit the center BB band. Got it now. Makes sense. Thanks again!


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