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General Discussion · question about Williams AD line filter
push5280
msg #141782
2/2/2018 4:28:27 PM

This message is for Tom B @stockfetcher but maybe anyone can answer it. On the Stockfetcher page explaining Williams Accumulation Distribution the second filter looks for the WAD line at a new 3 month high. However, if you click the clickable filter, some stocks are below the 3 month high such as LBTYK and some are ABOVE the 3 month high line such as SFLY. Can anyone explain? My understanding is that if the filter is looking for stocks that made a new 3 month high shouldn't the WAD be at the WAD 3 month high line?

General Discussion · Does anyone use or heard of Robinhood?
push5280
msg #135435
4/14/2017 5:22:02 PM

Thank you to everyone for your input and suggestions. It's given me a few services to check out.


General Discussion · Does anyone use or heard of Robinhood?
push5280
msg #135332
4/7/2017 3:02:22 PM

C1916, thanks for the input. I currently use Scottrade and have been happy with them always felt $14 round trip was reasonable. Just exploring other options before the conversion to TD Ameritrade.

General Discussion · Does anyone use or heard of Robinhood?
push5280
msg #135327
4/7/2017 1:55:59 PM

I found this company while comparing discount brokerages and I have never heard of it. Just wondering if any one has heard of or is using it.
https://robinhood.com/

Feedback on any of these companies would be appreciated too
https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/investing/the-best-discount-brokers/



General Discussion · TastyWorks
push5280
msg #133508
1/3/2017 10:02:57 PM

https://tastyworks.com/

General Discussion · Anyone having problems today?
push5280
msg #133156
modified
12/9/2016 3:01:43 PM

Looks to me that you're having a sodium and Nitrogen problem. Increase your intake of sea salt and protein, and try logging in again and you should be good to go :)


General Discussion · ICHIMOKU PLEASE HELP US
push5280
msg #133155
modified
12/9/2016 2:58:27 PM

Matt....

Here is the set up that I talked about in the earlier post. This setup works best in the earlier parts of the trend. What I look for is SSA > SSB and use the RSI(14), RSI(2) and CCI(4) to time my entries. I go through the charts at night and when I find a set up I like, I use limit orders for an entry the next day. I always set my limit order at today's close. I miss out on some entries but that's the way it goes. I don't worry about it because there will be others. Never chase an entry.

What you want to look for is the RSI(14) between 40 and 50, moving up or side ways. You then use the RSI(2) and CCI(4) as confirmation. in general I look for the RSI(2) below 30 or lower after hitting 90 in the last few days. I will consider a trade if the RSI(2) has hit 90 in the last few days but hasn't hit 30 if the the RSI(2) set a little base and is moving up. CWEI on 7/7/16 is a good example.

RSI(2) below 30, preferably below 10 with a little backslash sort of line or an almost flat line with the CCI(4) below -130 or below in the last few days and moving up is also a good signal. See TECK on 7/20/16 for an example.

As I said in an earlier post in this thread, if you haven't already go to this link and download the ebook. It's free and it is easy to understand explains very clearly what each line of Ichimoku means and offers a number of different setups. It was a big help for me in understanding Ichimoku.
https://www.ichimokutrade.com/articles/Ichimoku_Ebook.pdf

Best of luck to you!


Fetcher[
/* Full Ichimuko Cloud*/
/*Tenkan-Sen*/
set{diff9TS, high 9 day high + low 9 day low}
set{TS, diff9tS / 2}
draw TS on plot price

/*Kijun-Sen*/
set{diff26KS, high 26 day high + low 26 day low}
set{KS, diff26KS / 2}
draw KS on plot price

/*Chikou Span*/
set{CS, DMA(1,-26)}
draw CS on plot price

/*Senkou Span A*/
set{SSA1, TS + KS}
set{SSA2, SSA1 / 2}
set{SSA, SSA2 26 days ago}
draw SSA on plot price

/*Senkou Span B*/
set{SSB1, high 52 day high + low 52 day low}
set{SSB2, SSB1 / 2}
set{SSB, SSB2 52 days ago}
draw SSB on plot price

/*my indicators*/
set{myrange, high 52 week high / low 52 week low}
set{wrval, INDPOSITION(williams %r(10), 60) * 100 }
set{c16, CCI(16)}
set{c126, CCI(126)}

/*Filter Criteria*/
close > 1
average volume(90) > 500,000
SSA > SSB
RSI(14) is between 40 and 50

/*Charting*/
draw RSI(14) line at 50
draw RSI(14) line at 90
draw RSI(14) line at 40
draw wrval on plot RSI(2)
draw RSI(2) line at 90
draw RSI(2) line at 10
draw cci(4) line at -130
draw cci(4) line at 130
draw cci(4) line at 0

add column myrange
sort column five descending
chart-time is 6 months
]




General Discussion · ICHIMOKU PLEASE HELP US
push5280
msg #133154
modified
12/9/2016 2:01:24 PM

shills....

Fetcher[
/* Full Ichimuko Cloud*/
/*Tenkan-Sen*/
set{diff9TS, high 9 day high + low 9 day low}
set{TS, diff9tS / 2}
draw TS on plot price

/*Kijun-Sen*/
set{diff26KS, high 26 day high + low 26 day low}
set{KS, diff26KS / 2}
draw KS on plot price

/*Chikou Span*/
set{CS, DMA(1,-26)}
draw CS on plot price

/*Senkou Span A*/
set{SSA1, TS + KS}
set{SSA2, SSA1 / 2}
set{SSA, SSA2 26 days ago}
draw SSA on plot price

/*Senkou Span B*/
set{SSB1, high 52 day high + low 52 day low}
set{SSB2, SSB1 / 2}
set{SSB, SSB2 52 days ago}
draw SSB on plot price

/*my indicators*/
set{myrange, high 52 week high / low 52 week low}
set{wrval, INDPOSITION(williams %r(10), 60) * 100 }
set{c16, CCI(16)}
set{c126, CCI(126)}



/*Filter Criteria*/
close > 1
average volume(90) > 500,000
SSB > SSA
SSA > TS
TS > KS
TS crossed above KS within the last 1 day

/*Charting*/
draw RSI(14) line at 50
draw RSI(14) line at 90
draw RSI(14) line at 40
draw wrval on plot RSI(2)
draw RSI(2) line at 90
draw RSI(2) line at 10
draw cci(4) line at -130
draw cci(4) line at 130
draw cci(4) line at 0
draw RSI(14) line at 50
draw RSI(14) line at 90
draw RSI(14) line at 40
add column myrange
sort column five descending
chart-time is 6 months
]





General Discussion · ICHIMOKU PLEASE HELP US
push5280
msg #132731
11/23/2016 12:12:30 PM

Shills.....I've been trading Ichimoku for close to a year and it is a powerful system. Here is a linkhttps://www.ichimokutrade.com/articles/Ichimoku_Ebook.pdf to a very good primer on Ichimoku with a number of bull / bear setups. One trade that I have found to be very consistent and profitable is SSA > SSB and RSI(14) between 40 and 50. I also use RSI(2) below 10 ans CCI(4) below -130 as triggers. Those two in tandem and seperately have been reliable triggers for me. My experience with the CCI(4) below -130 is that it is a little faster indication of a trend change or pull back than RSI(2) so be careful that you don't get in too early. My experience has been 1-5 days sooner than RSI(2).

Good luck to you!

General Discussion · ICHIMOKU PLEASE HELP US
push5280
msg #132713
11/22/2016 6:09:08 PM

Short version....

Submit
Fetcher[
/*Tenkan-Sen*/
set{diff7TS, high 7 day high + low 7 day low}
set{TS, diff7tS / 2}
draw TS on plot price

/*Kijun-Sen*/
set{diff22KS, high 22 day high + low 22 day low}
set{KS, diff22KS / 2}
draw KS on plot price

/*Chikou Span*/
set{CS, DMA(1,-22)}
draw CS on plot price

/*Senkou Span A*/
set{SSA1, TS + KS}
set{SSA2, SSA1 / 2}
set{SSA, SSA2 26 days ago}
draw SSA on plot price

/*Senkou Span B*/
set{SSB1, high 44 day high + low 44 day low}
set{SSB2, SSB1 / 2}
set{SSB, SSB2 22 days ago}
draw SSB on plot price

Close > 1
Average volume(90) > 250,000
SSA > SSB
KS > SSA
TS > KA

]



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