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General Discussion · OTC
push5280
msg #156257
modified
3/24/2021 8:17:33 PM

Need a good penny stock filter
with:
Top % gainer
price
volume
float
% change

**************************************

Stockfetcher doesn't have a way to search Top % gainer or float.

this may work though... look at the top % change stocks then go to FINVIZ to find the float
Fetcher[
close < 1
sort by column 3 descending
]



Filter Exchange · weekly indicator on daily chart question.....
push5280
msg #156256
modified
3/24/2021 8:05:29 PM

I need some help.... plotting weekly ma(9) on ma(9) and trying to set a counter of days ma(9) is above weekly ma(9) but the counter doesn't work right. There are days that the daily ma is above the weekly ma and the counter is 0. I searched the forums and found a post that has a filter that TRO wrote (https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/Filter-Exchange/weekly-syntax/56065/-1/56092) , counting days weekly rsi crossed but same thing happens with that filter as does in mine. I initially thought it was because I'm using weekly measure on a daily chart but I seem to remember that when you do that, the weekly measure doesn't recalculate each day it just plots the weekly value for that day.

any help is appreciated....
Fetcher[
set{ma9w9_count, count( ma(9) > weekly ma(9),1)}
draw ma(9)
draw weekly ma(9)
draw ma9w9_count
]



Filter Exchange · Slope of Ma(50) above 0
push5280
msg #156012
3/3/2021 11:03:14 AM

added the rsi line at 50

Fetcher[
draw MA(200)
50 day slope of MA(50) is between 0 and .1
close above MA(50) for the last 5 days
RSI(250) is above 50
draw RSI(250) line at 50
close between 3 and 10
]



Filter Exchange · Slope of Ma(50) above 0
push5280
msg #156011
3/3/2021 11:01:40 AM

clickable
Fetcher[
draw MA(200)
50 day slope of MA(50) is between 0 and .1
close above MA(50) for the last 5 days
RSI(250) is above 50
close between 3 and 10
]



Filter Exchange · simple consistent filter needs some help
push5280
msg #155949
modified
2/25/2021 11:22:48 AM

This filter is super simple and takes out a lot of guess work regarding entries. I am hung up on some coding which I'm really not sure is possible to code in SF but I know there are more capable folks on here than I.

This scan looks for stocks at a 63 day low and then draws a price line at the prior days open. You don't even consider buying until the next time the entire candle crosses the line. If the entire candle doesn't cross the price line, you move on to the next stock.

What I'm looking for help with is this...
Some days there are a few hits some days more but it takes A LOT of clicking through charts to find the stocks that have cleared the price line. Is there a way to code something more automated that will tell when the current days low has cleared the price line? I've been racking my brain but can't seem to get a handle on it. Any help is appreciated !!!!
Fetcher[
/*My Indicators*/
set{msval, shares outstanding * .01}
set{m_c, close * shares outstanding}
set{market_cap, m_c *1,000,000}
set{6molo, count(close is at 6 month low, 1)}

/* Criteria*/
market is not ETF
market is not otcbb
shares outstanding > 0
market_cap < 2,000,000,000
average volume(252) > 100,000
close is at 6 month low

/*charting*/
do not draw market_cap
draw close 6 month low
draw price line at open 1 day ago
draw 6molo
]




General Discussion · Lots of charting problems
push5280
msg #155881
2/20/2021 10:58:53 AM

Check the scaling of your charts. APRN had a big spiike the candles may be compressed at thw bottom of the charr

General Discussion · Breakout Trading Webinar (Kunal Desai) - owner of BullsonWallstreet.
push5280
msg #155613
2/5/2021 11:08:11 AM

Mac: what does the phrase "above high 4 week high" mean in the line
set{ratio1, price / above high 4 week high } ?



Filter Exchange · Guppy KST (sort of)
push5280
msg #155023
modified
12/18/2020 10:22:42 PM

Maybe when cema(rsi(14),5) crosses cema(rsi(14),9).
rsi_trigger > 0
Fetcher[
/*The short-term MAs are typically set at 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 15 periods. The longer-term MAs are typically set at 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60.*/
set{short_ma1, ema(3) * 6}
set{short_ma2, ema(5) * 5}
set{short_ma3, ema(8) * 4}
set{short_ma4, ema(10) * 3}
set{short_ma5, ema(12) * 2}
set{short_ma6, ema(15) * 1}
set{long_ma1, ema(30) * 1}
set{long_ma2, ema(35) * 2}
set{long_ma3, ema(40) * 3}
set{long_ma4, ema(45) * 4}
set{long_ma5, ema(50) * 5}
set{long_ma6, ema(60) * 6}
set{short_ma7, short_ma1 + short_ma2}
set{short_ma8, short_ma7 + short_ma3}
set{short_ma9, short_ma8 + short_ma4}
set{short_ma10, short_ma9 + short_ma5}
set{short_ma, short_ma10 + short_ma6}
set{short_val, short_ma / 21}
set{long_ma7, long_ma1 + long_ma2}
set{long_ma8, long_ma7 + long_ma3}
set{long_ma9, long_ma8 + long_ma4}
set{long_ma10, long_ma9 + long_ma5}
set{long_ma, long_ma10 + long_ma6}
set{long_val, long_ma / 21}
set{longMA_trigger, count(long_ma > cema(long_ma,9),1)}
set{shortMA_trigger, count(short_ma > cema(short_ma,9),1)}
set{rsi_trigger, count(cema(rsi(14),5) > cema(rsi(14),9),1)}
set{entry, longMA_trigger + shortMA_trigger}
entry > 0
draw rsi_trigger
draw shortMA_trigger
draw longMA_trigger
draw short_ma on plot long_ma
draw cema(short_ma,9)
draw cema(long_ma,9)
draw long_val on plot price
draw short_val on plot price
draw rsi(2)
draw rsi(14)
draw cema(rsi(14),9)
draw cema(rsi(14),5)
average volume(63) > 250,000
close > 1
sort column 2 ascending
]



Filter Exchange · Guppy KST (sort of)
push5280
msg #155020
modified
12/18/2020 4:02:04 PM

I've been playing around with this for a few days now and thought I'd share. I took the Guppy MMA and added Pring's KST weighting. shortMA_trigger starts the short term trend up and usually the longMA_trigger rolls over starting a bit longer up trend
Fetcher[
/*The short-term MAs are typically set at 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 15 periods. The longer-term MAs are typically set at 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60.*/
set{short_ma1, ema(3) * 6}
set{short_ma2, ema(5) * 5}
set{short_ma3, ema(8) * 4}
set{short_ma4, ema(10) * 3}
set{short_ma5, ema(12) * 2}
set{short_ma6, ema(15) * 1}
set{long_ma1, ema(30) * 1}
set{long_ma2, ema(35) * 2}
set{long_ma3, ema(40) * 3}
set{long_ma4, ema(45) * 4}
set{long_ma5, ema(50) * 5}
set{long_ma6, ema(60) * 6}
set{short_ma7, short_ma1 + short_ma2}
set{short_ma8, short_ma7 + short_ma3}
set{short_ma9, short_ma8 + short_ma4}
set{short_ma10, short_ma9 + short_ma5}
set{short_ma, short_ma10 + short_ma6}
set{short_val, short_ma / 21}
set{long_ma7, long_ma1 + long_ma2}
set{long_ma8, long_ma7 + long_ma3}
set{long_ma9, long_ma8 + long_ma4}
set{long_ma10, long_ma9 + long_ma5}
set{long_ma, long_ma10 + long_ma6}
set{long_val, long_ma / 21}
set{longMA_trigger, count(long_ma > cema(long_ma,9),1)}

set{shortMA_trigger, count(short_ma > cema(short_ma,9),1)}
draw shortMA_trigger
draw longMA_trigger
draw short_ma on plot long_ma
draw cema(short_ma,9)
draw cema(long_ma,9)
draw long_val on plot price
draw short_val on plot price
draw rsi(2)
draw rsi(14)
average volume(63) > 250,000
close > 1
sort column 2 ascending
]



General Discussion · EOD price
push5280
msg #154952
12/14/2020 5:22:40 PM

Anyone know what time Stockfetcher updates the EOD price? I think that quotes are delayed 20 min. during the day but it doesn't seem like EOD is updated at 4:20p.m.

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